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THE HINDU February 08, 2017

Nobody has the right to remove me from party post: OPS

If people wish, I would even withdraw my resignation, says the Chief Minister.

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Of fighter jets and 'parachuted' candidates

Hugging the Lucknow-Agra Expressway that has a landing strip, Bangermau offers a cutaway picture of politics as practised in U.P.

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ISRO to set a new record

Indian Space Research Organisation is on the cusp of history. Find out why. Read more »

Demonetisation flushed out black money, says Modi

'The timing was right, and the decision was not taken in a hurry'

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India in talks with China over repeated blocks in designating Masood Azhar

U.S. pushes for a ban on Masood Azhar in the U.N. and China yet again blocks it Read more »

It's déjà vu for China, courtesy Trump

U.S. President's persona triggers comparisons with iconic leaders Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping

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India misread our ties with China: Namal Rajapaksa

Says the Sri Lankan parliamentarian, the eldest son of former President Mahinda Rajapaksa. Read more »

'Centre was in talks with RBI on note ban from Feb.'

Jaitley tells Rajya Sabha that the Centre and senior officials of the Reserve Bank of India had held consultations on the issue

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'M&A activity to surge by 2019'

India will also see a strong growth in the number of IPOs over the next four years. Read more »

Yet to work out how to stop Kohli, says Lehmann

Kohli has scored six of his 15 centuries in his 12 matches against Australia, averaging 60.76 compared to his overall average of 50.10.

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Experiments in Vizag Agency areas bear fruit

Commercial production of Andhra Pradesh apple may begin in four to five years

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'1892 Cauvery pact an unequal bargain'

It can claim no validity after birth of Indian Constitution, Karnataka counsel tells Supreme Court Read more »

When Bollywood locks horns

Deborah Cornelious discovers that it's the box office that suffers the most when two big-ticket films like Raees and Kaabil release at the same time

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Bring on the music

Ilaiyaraaja launches Maestro's Music, an official app that features his compositions and curated playlists Read more »

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