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Bengal to pay pensioners directly

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National conference studies pen, pain and writing

By Shweta N. Arokiaswamy Siliguri – A college in North Bengal organised a literature fest for lovers of English language on issues related to pain and writing in literature ...Read More...

Hindu lawmaker blames Muslims for population rise

New Delhi: Police in Meerut on January 7 registered a case against Sakshi Maharaj, a member of parliament, who held Muslims responsible for India’s population rise. However, Maharaj’s party, ...Read More...

Delhi’s Connaught Place to go vehicle-free from February

New Delhi: From February, the inner and middle circle of the city’s business district, which gets around 500,000 visitors a day, will be a “pedestrian-only” zone, a move aimed ...Read More...

Demonetisation will cause a brief economic slowdown : President

President Pranab Mukherjee said on Thursday that the demonetisation aimed at fighting corruption may lead to a brief economic slowdown. “Demonetisation, while immobilising black money and fighting corruption, may ...Read More...

Pakistan releases 219 Indian fishermen

Pakistan on Thursday released 219 Indian fishermen who had allegedly strayed into its waters, bringing the total number of Indian fishermen freed from Pakistani jails as “goodwill gesture” in ...Read More...

Father Tom Uzhunnalil was asked not to go to Yemen: center

New Delhi: Minister of state for external affairs M.J. Akbar Wednesday said that the central government had instructed Kerala priest Fr Tom Uzhunnalil, who was kidnapped by terrorists in ...Read More...

St Stephen’s student who drowned in Kerala tops university exam

New Delhi: Two weeks after three students of St Stephen’s College drowned while on a trip to Kerala, semester exam results declared Wednesday showed that one of them, Aditya ...Read More...

India’s swindling call-center talents

By ELLEN BARRY Thane: Betsy Broder, who tracks international fraud at the Federal Trade Commission, was in her office in Washington last summer when she got a call from ...Read More...

Kerala temples must open doors for non-Hindus: RSS leader

Thiruvananthapuram: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has often been accused of trying to polarise the country on religious lines, but on Tuesday, RSS leader Indresh Kumar pitched for communal ...Read More...
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