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Auto stocks fuel bull run on Dalal Street

Markets surged for the sixth session in a row on Tuesday with the benchmark Sensex rising 30 points to a new closing peak of 26,420.67 and the Nifty gaining 23 points to end at a record 7,897.50 on ac

Sonia Gandhi attacks Modi government, says NDA selling fake dreams

Congress president Sonia Gandhi. (Photo: PTI)

Making a strong pitch for women's reservation in Parliament and state Assemblies, Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday said her party would put "full pressure" on the NDA government to pass th

Marine life inspires a camouflage system


Soon put your cell phone down on a table and watch it fade into the woodwork, thanks to a new technology.

India stays optimistic over WTO deal on food subsidy

India is hopeful of a solution to the food stockpile issue at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) negotiations beginning next month at Geneva, which will also pave the way for signing of the trade faci

Pakistan High Commissioner defiant, says dialogue is not a favour

Pakistan's Ambassador to India, Abdul Basit (Photo: AP)

A defiant Pakistan on Wednesday made it clear that it will continue talking to Kashmiri separatists despite India's protestation, saying that the "bottom line" for Indo-Pak talks on Kashmir issue was

Way to recycle old batteries into solar cells


MIT researchers have proposed a system that recycles materials from discarded car batteries a potential source of lead pollution into new, long-lasting solar panels that provide emissions-free power.

Volkswagen sets up diesel assembly plant


European car maker Volkswagen on Tuesday announced setting up of a state-of-the-art diesel engine assembly and testing facility at its Chakan plant in Pune at an investment of Rs 240 crore.The new eng

DLF to pare debt to Rs 12,000-14,000 crore by FY17

As of FY’14, DLF had a debt of Rs 19,000 crore

PILs filed in Supreme Court over judges bill

Three PILs have been filed in the Supreme Court for declaring the National Judicial Appointments Commi-ssion Bill unconstitutional, days after Parliament passed two bills to scrap the collegium system

A political party which seeks a text book start often remains superficial, pretending that the preamble or the introduction remains the real thing. For a party that created a great propaganda machine to devastate the Congress during the election, the Bharatiya Janata Party regime has little to say.

The Narendra Modi government approaching the 100-day mark demands an assessment of its performance. A national television channel even arranged, more a boxing match than a debate, a programme on whether Mr Modi’s foreign policy is continuity or radical change.