Govt. looking for common ground to break impasse over Land Bill

In 15 minutes

‘The options will allow both sides to claim victory’

India to walk BRICS tightrope on Japan

In 39 minutes

India will be walking a diplomatic minefield at the forthcoming BRICS summit in Ufa, Russia. This year being the 70th anniversary of World War II, both China and Russia are keen to include a reference to the war and the victory over forces of fascism, imperialism and colonialism in the declaration.

Afghan President Ghani’s Defence Minister choice rejected

In 31 minutes

Mohammed Masoom Stanekzai received 84 out of the 107 votes required to get the defence ministry post. A total 231 votes were cast.

7/7 survivor on an anti-terror mission

In 43 minutes

One thing Ms. Hicks says is still largely missing from Britain’s counterterrorism strategy: empathy

Europe stands to lose more if we exit from eurozone: Greek finance minister

In 3 hours

Greece's finance minister accused creditors of trying to "terrorise" Greeks into accepting austerity, warning Europe stood to lose as much as Athens if the country is forced out of the euro after a referendum on Sunday on bailout terms.

Mr Homecare and Wassup to work together

In 6 hours

Mr Homecare, an on-demand home services company, and Wassup, a laundry service startup, have decided to join hands and provide their services through the common Homecare platform, in Bengaluru. They will expand their combined service to other cities in a few months.

India’s merry run continues

In 17 minutes

The Indian juggernaut at the South Asian Basketball (SABA) Championship continued with a 119-52 win over Bhutan here on Saturday.Cheered on by a small crowd at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium i...

Defending champion Kvitova eliminated at Wimbledon

In 21 minutes

Since reaching the fourth round in 2010, Jankovic had lost in the first round three times and made the second round in 2013.

DietY, Intel host Digital Wellness Online Challenge for students

In 9 hours

Presented in the form of a quiz, it is available only from July 1-7 and open to students of Class 6 to 12, answerable in both Hindi and English.

Bengaluru-bred bond guru Kumar Palghat joins his guru

In 10 hours

The fund that Kumar Palghat will co-manage is led by Bill Gross, who moved to Janus Capital in September last year and who has built a legendary status for himself thanks to having created the largest fund in the world at Pimco.

Salman appeal put off for lack of translated documents

In 3 days

The Bombay HC on Wednesday adjourned to July 13 the appeal filed by actor Salman Khan against his conviction for culpable homicide not amounting to murder in the 2002 hit-and-run case in Bandra.

Celebrated movie gets short shrift

In 4 days

It can easily be called the curious case of screening issues for Aditya Vikram Sengupta’s ‘Asha Jaoar Majhe’ (AJM).

10 home remedies to avoid swine flu

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Preventing Diabetic Foot Syndrome

In 3 years

Last month, a Lokhandwala-based businessman shot himself in the head after being bedridden for more than six months on account of a gangrene on his foot.

Q & A

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I have completed Graduation (Honors) and Post-Graduation in Mathematics from the University of Delhi. I want to know what opportunities are available on completing MTech in Industrial Mathemati...

EP Campus

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Partnership Christ University is now an approved university partner of the Institute of Management Accountants, USA (IMA), as a result of which it will offer the CMA certification...

Indian teachers in demand in Singapore

In 4 years

Indian teachers are most sought after in Singapore schools with increasing number of teachers being recruited to teach not only Indian languages but also other subjects.

Indian teachers in demand in Singapore

In 4 years

Indian teachers are most sought after in Singapore schools with increasing number of teachers being recruited to teach not only Indian languages but also other subjects.

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Govt. looking for common ground to break impasse over Land Bill

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‘The options will allow both sides to claim victory’

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In 17 minutes

The Indian juggernaut at the South Asian Basketball (SABA) Championship continued with a 119-52 win over Bhutan here on Saturday.Cheered on by a small crowd at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium i...

Defending champion Kvitova eliminated at Wimbledon

In 21 minutes

Since reaching the fourth round in 2010, Jankovic had lost in the first round three times and made the second round in 2013.

Afghan President Ghani’s Defence Minister choice rejected

In 31 minutes

Mohammed Masoom Stanekzai received 84 out of the 107 votes required to get the defence ministry post. A total 231 votes were cast.

India to walk BRICS tightrope on Japan

In 39 minutes

India will be walking a diplomatic minefield at the forthcoming BRICS summit in Ufa, Russia. This year being the 70th anniversary of World War II, both China and Russia are keen to include a reference to the war and the victory over forces of fascism, imperialism and colonialism in the declaration.

7/7 survivor on an anti-terror mission

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Probe on into 27 phone calls Bhatkal made from Hyderabad jail

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Bangladeshi family from U.K. joins IS

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Endgame in sight for in Iran nuclear talks

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13 witnesses turned hostile in Ajmer blast case in 6 months

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Hema Malini flies back to Mumbai after being discharged

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Jaipur Metro feeder services yet to be operational; may take 3 months

In 58 minutes

Even after a month of operation of Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation (JMRC) the feeder services, is yet to get fully-operational.

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The 10% increase in devolution of central tax share to states will be of little help for cash-strapped Bengal.

Bihar: Purse lighter, less money to feed poor

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One of the biggest hits Bihar’s taken following the 14th Finance Commission’s (FC) recommendations is the folding up of Centre’s discretionary powers for grants-in-aid, or giving aid to poor deprived states like Bihar.

Woman stripped in Jammu and Kashmir, army jawan among accused

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In a shocking incident a woman was allegedly stripped naked by a gang of five people including an army jawan in Udhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir

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Greece bailout vote today

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A slender advantage for ‘Yes’; Greek Finance Minister says to get deal on Monday regardless of referendum.

Oppn guns for release of caste census, poll math may be altered

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Opposition parties stepped up pressure on the NDA government on Saturday to release caste data in the countrys first Socio Economic and Caste Census SECC so that the numerical strength of the poor and downtrodden sections could be identified

Pakistan 209-9 against Sri Lanka in 3rd test

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A fighting half—century by wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed helped Pakistan to 209—9 in their first innings at stumps on day two of the third test against Sri Lanka on Saturday. Pakistan still...