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SC asks Mudgal to probe IPL further

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Narayanswami Srini-vasan’s iron grip on the Board of Control for Cricket in India seems to be in danger of being prised open, thanks in part to the strong stance adopted by the Supreme Court.

Srini’s ICC role looks doubtful

The ball is no more in the hands of the BCCI.

Priyanka: Attacks on family make me stronger

A “pained” Priyanka Gandhi Vadra broke her silence Tuesday on continued “political” attacks on husband Robert Vadra by the BJP, but sounded philosophical as she referred to celebrated Latin American w

Bihar, Punjab likely to be tough fight for BJP

With eastern Uttar Pradesh yet to go to the polls, the BJP is finding it tough going in Punjab and Bihar.

’84 riots sting to aid BJP-Akalis?

The Akali-BJP combine, fighting to consolidate the Sikh vote, got a shot in the arm with Cobrapost’s revelations on the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.

Kejriwal to file today, Modi 24th in Varanasi

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Varanasi, one of the main battlegrounds of the 2014 Lok Sabha poll, will see hectic political activity in the next two days.

Hate speech by saffron leaders has BJP worried

With Sangh Parivar hawks unleashing an aggressive face of Hindutva, the BJP’s development plank has taken a hit.

Moyes sacked, Giggs named interim Man Utd manager

Manchester United on Tuesday sacked manager David Moyes following a disastrous ten-month spell at the world-famous club, with veteran midfielder Ryan Giggs named as interim manager.

Confusion in Varanasi on Ansari’s role

Confusion prevails over the much-coveted support of the Quami Ekta Dal, led by jailed don Mukhtar Ansari, who is said to control close to 1.5 lakh Muslim votes in Varanasi.

Amarinder, Jaitley in spat over Tytler, Akalis join in

The battle for Amritsar, one of the most keenly fought in Punjab, has now raked up another controversial issue — one relating to Congress leader Jagdish Tytler’s role in the 1984 Delhi anti-Sikh riots

Of late, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has been thoughtlessly and in a hurry jumping into every available situation, without verifying basic facts, to criticise the Bharatiya Janata Party.

Madhu Kishwar, as the editor of Manushi, set the feminism agenda for many Indian women decades ago. Madhu Kishwar as chief media admirer of prime ministerial hopeful Narendra Modi is another story completely. The first Kishwar has been declared missing, never to be found.