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Monthly Archives: November, 2015

Mudra Yojana hasn’t grown the way I wanted: Modi

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that the pace of enrolment for the Pradhan Mantri MUDRA Yojana (PMMY) to help small entrepreneurs...

Gender equality against Islam and Humanity says Kerala Muslim leader

Thiruvantpuram: Kerala Sunni leader Kanthapuram A P Aboobacker Musliar described the concept of gender equality un-Islamic. He did not stop just there, but he also...

What to expect from India in Paris Climate Talks

The climate talks in Paris are happening on the outset of the recent terror attacks in the city and the global leaders’ presence in...

Why Indian tribes need more opportunities to ‘Make (a living) in India’

Jamshedpur: Sumanti Bhagat, a petite 30-year-old Oraon tribal woman, famous among her tribe for her paintings, uses some sophisticated techniques that could put many contemporary...

NDA’s Bihar debacle proving blessing for realty

New Delhi: Contrary to the general impression, the defeat in the Bihar assembly elections has not dealt any blow to the reforms agenda of...

Senior journalists, authors slam scribes for ‘selife with Modi’

New Delhi: The primary job of journalists as the Fourth Estate of a democracy is to ask tough questions to powers-that-be and in order...

Govt to announce one-man commission to address OROP shortcomings

New Delhi: In a bid to mollify striking Army veterans, the government has decided to form a one-man commission to address remaining issues in the...

When RBI governor talks about intolerance, world listens: Historian Aijaz Ahmad

New Delhi: As the intolerance discussions show no sign of abating, eminent scholar and Marxist literary theorist Aijaz Ahmad has joined the debate, saying that...

NASA validates Indian scientist’s black hole theory

NEW DELHI: The US space agency, NASA, observed flares of X-rays from a black hole, altering the conventional concept of it, evidencing Indian astrophysicist Abhas...

[PHOTOS] CIMA Art Mela starts in Kolkata

By Arnab Mitra Kolkata: The CIMA Art Mela, which is exhibiting more than 6000 paintings on the theme-- 'Modern Art and Shadow painting', kicked off...

‘Pak ready for unconditional dialogue with India’

New Delhi: In a statement that is bound to surprise all, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said that Islamabad was ready for an unconditional...

Belgian University honors BR Ambedkar

Brussels: Belgium’s most prestigious and oldest university, KU Leuven (KUL) marked India’s Constitution Day as an honour to BR Ambedkar with a big audience of...

Over 100 South Asian immigrants on hunger strike in US

Washington: About 110 detainees, largely from South Asia, at three immigration detention centres in Alabama and California, are on hunger strike demanding an end...

Climate change to pose dire consequences to Indian agriculture

Climate change will soon be a threat of huge magnitude to India, which will face dire consequences in the Agriculture sector, despite contributing a...

Chances of Bihar style grand alliance in poll-bound Bengal remote

Kolkata: It was "rising intolerance" or a "desperate survival bid" that saw old foes Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad join hands with the Congress to...

Delhi under radar of terror groups, warns Home Ministry

New Delhi: The Home Ministry warned against a possible aerial attack from different terror groups including Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). A report...

No interest hike expected in RBI bimonthly monetary policy

NEW DELHI: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will present its bimonthly monetary policy on Tuesday, December 1. The central bank is expected to...

India will use all might if sovereignty threatened: President

Hasimara (West Bengal): President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday said India is committed to peace but will use "all its might" if its sovereignty is threatened. Speaking...

Farooq Abdullah undermines Indian forces

New Delhi:  Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah seems to grab media attention every day with his sensational comments on the highly...

Gujarat HC declines to intervene in deletion of voters issue

Ahmedabad: Gujarat High Court rejected two Public Interest Litigations (PILs) seeking a judicial inquiry into the controversy of deletion of the names from the...

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