News Analysis: Nitish’s good work winner, Lalu success on alliance steam

By Anuradha Mukherjee NEW DELHI-- The Bihar poll mandate is an endorsement of the state’s incumbent Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s performance, even as it marks...

Fingerprints from early ’80s nailed Chhota Rajan

By Rajnish Singh NEW DELHI--Fingerprints 0f Chhota Rajan the Mumbai police collected in 1980 and 1983 provided the clinching proof that led to the deportation...

Profile: Nitish Kumar, a soft-spoken engineer leads Bihar again

PATNA--He graduated as an engineer but plunged into politics in the early 1970s. Sophisticated, soft-spoken and a teetotaller who detests tobacco, Janata Dal-United leader...

Facebook donates Rs 1.75 crore for Kerala flood victims

New Delhi-- Social networking giant Facebook is donating $250,000 (nearly Rs 1.75 crore) for relief work in Kerala, which has been battered by torrential...

Odisha to allow tourists into tribal areas – with restrictions

By Chinmaya Dehuri BHUBNESHWAR-- After imposing restrictions on the visit of foreign tourists to certain tribal pockets in Odisha for over three years, the state...

Spreading rumours most annoying habit for Indian netizens: Study

HYDERABAD--As many as 94 percent of Indian netizens surveyed by a telecom service provider feel that internet has improved their lives while 40 percent...

India’s Supreme Court Orders States to Implement Animal Birth Control

NEW DELHI-- Humane Society International/India has welcomed the Supreme Court of India’s order to implement the Animal Birth Control (ABC) program to control the...

India, Singapore ink strategic partnership, 9 deals as Modi concludes visit

SINGAPORE-- India and Singapore signed a joint declaration on strategic partnership and nine bilateral accords on Tuesday, the concluding day of Prime Minister Narendra...

Gaurang Shah set for sari art show in Delhi

NEW DELHI-- Textile revivalist Gaurang Shah will take the experience of Jamdani art beyond just fashion through his 'Kalpavriksha - Sari Art Show’ here. The...

Indian women’s struggle with push-pull of traditionalism, modernity painful: Tina Brown

By Sugandha Rawal NEW DELHI--Globally acclaimed journalist and author Tina Brown, who is in India to host the Women in the World summit, says the...

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