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Visa holders hope to enter U.S.
Advocates ask travellers to get on the earliest flights; V-P Pence calls court decision 'frustrating' Read more »
Will Budget help double farmers' income?
Most of the earnings of the average farm household were spent in meeting consumption expenditures.
Aadhaar linkage to school subsidy schemes worries HRD Ministry
The HRD Ministry official was responding to the Cabinet Secretariat's directive in November. Read more »
Ancient sport, new age protests
Almost everybody appeared to miss the siren song of 'unsynchronised awakenings' of an 'under class' in the jallikattu protests. It is these segments that are leading the global revolt against the so-called 'elite' Read more »
Breaking the status quo
The NDA government is determined to undertake reforms in all domains Read more »
Princes have pauperised nation: Shah
Insecurity forced SP to tie up with Congress, says BJP national president
Hold referendum on own soil: Rajnath to Pak.
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Refugee ban unchristian, says Indian American evangelist
Sam George works among Europe's West Asian refugees, many of whom are reportedly converting to Christianity.
IS's 'hole fee' angers cash-strapped Mosul residents
The fee is a modest 7,000 Iraqi dinars (around $5) but adds insult to injury, say residents. Read more »
Employees to pay tax on gifts worth more than Rs.50,000
The Finance Bill 2017 has introduced an amendment to Section 56 of the Income Tax Act
An Indian sub-prime crisis in the making?
The share of debt of firms with failing financial health has been going up every year since 2011, leading to mounting NPAs Read more »
Modest display by Bangladesh batsmen
Aniket Choudhary picks up four
Lakshya Sen stuns Prannoy, Reshma Karthik puts it across Anura Prabhudesai
Celebrating the mystic tradition
The yearly Urs of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya is a reminder of Delhi's composite culture
'India has to devise its own strategy on H-1B curbs'
BJP leader Muralidhar Rao says India's growth using U.S. and European markets is no longer possible Read more »
Eleven foreign films to watch out for this year
From crime capers, icy murder mysteries to existential dramas, the most anticipated foreign films of this year have something for every cinephile
Art beneath the surface
What does a moving image mean in today's times? A seminal exhibition drawing from the art practices of Mani Kaul and Ranbir Singh Kaleka tries to find the answer. Read more »
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