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Diamond is Manchester United manager ...

Diamond is Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal's new best friend

Sonia, Manmohan, Rahul among 40 ...

Sonia, Manmohan, Rahul among 40 Congress campaigners in Haryana

BJP, INLD candidates issued notices for ...

BJP, INLD candidates issued notices for violating poll code in Haryana

Xi Jinping's India visit: Congress ...

Xi Jinping's India visit: Congress brings up Chinese incursions; asks why government 'hid' Kiren Rijiju

Indian Super League will lift Indian ...

Indian Super League will lift Indian soccer, says Alessandro Del Piero

CBI to probe Chidambaram's FIPB nod in ...

CBI to probe Chidambaram's FIPB nod in Aircel-Maxis deal

The Hindu

Memorabilia of Prakasam Barrage project ...

Memorabilia of Prakasam Barrage project works

Prakasam Barrage the lifeline for thousand of hectares of paddy and other cash crops in Coastal Andhra Pradesh, was built between 1954 and 57 on Krishna River. The search for chronicling its history yielded no results for the engineers in service. Incidentally, a Masula-based professor K.S. Krishna Prasad, grandson of an Executive Engineer Kattoji Satyachari who had worked on the barrage construction works between 1953 and 1955, found an album of rare pictures of Prakasam Barrage works. The Hindu correspondent T. Appala Naidu gathers those rare pictures.
Chinese soldiers return to Chumar

Chinese soldiers return to Chumar

Official sources said 35 PLA men returned to Chumar and were perched on a hillock while another 300 soldiers were maintaining presence close to Line of Actual Control.
To save alliance, BJP settles for less

To save alliance, BJP settles for less

BJP will get 125 seats under new proposal, Sena 163
Banks to be careful about Jan Dhan ...

Banks to be careful about Jan Dhan Yojana: RBI

The Reserve Bank on Friday warned the banks to be more careful while opening accounts under the Jan-Dhan Yojana, saying that a single individual could open multiple accounts in the lure of Rs 1 la...
Protests erupt over alternative route ...

Protests erupt over alternative route to Mansarovar yatra

Protests erupted in Uttarakhand’s Kumaon region on Friday over a pact signed between India and China seeking an alternative route to Mansarovar through Nathula in Sikkim, even as Chief Minister Ha...
Cattle transporter assaulted; three ...

Cattle transporter assaulted; three arrested

A 30-year-old man reportedly transporting cattle was assaulted by a group of persons in Thumbe near Bantwal town on Thursday night. The police have arrested the person transporting cattle and also...

Niti Central

UK retains Scotland after Historic ...

UK retains Scotland after Historic Referendum

Scotland took a step back in a heated bid for independence with 55 per cent voting against breaking up with United Kingdom, holding together its 307-year old union.

The official victory for the No side came after eight hours of vote counting in 32 local councils across Scotland, when the region of Fife turned in enough No votes to give a clear majority to the side that campaigned to keep Scotland as part of the United Kingdom.

The post UK retains Scotland after Historic Referendum appeared first on India News Analysis Opinions on Niti Central.

Scotland says No – Gordon Brown’s ...

Scotland says No – Gordon Brown’s stock rises

In what can be called a win for economic security over nationalistic aspirations, the people of Scotland voted ‘No’ for independence from United Kingdom. In a vote that saw unprecedented turnout, Scots voted 55 – 45 per cent against independence, saving their 307-year-old union with England.

The post Scotland says No – Gordon Brown’s stock rises appeared first on India News Analysis Opinions on Niti Central.

Asian Games 2014: India’s hopes rise

Asian Games 2014: India’s hopes rise

After success in Asian Games 2010, there is a lot of expectations from Indian participants in Incheon Games 2014. But it seems like the politics in Indian Olympics Association will prove to be a hurdle. Some of the participants have still not reached Incheon. Those already there are not able to practice.

The post Asian Games 2014: India’s hopes rise appeared first on India News Analysis Opinions on Niti Central.

Narendra Modi on Indian Muslims and ...

Narendra Modi on Indian Muslims and Al-Qaeda

Prime Minister Narendra Modi told an international media house that –

“Indian Muslims will live for India and die for India. Al Qaeda delusional to think Indian Muslims will dance to its tunes”

Ahead of his US visit, where he is scheduled to address the United Nations Deneral Assembly (UNGA) and hold summit level talks with President Barack Obama, Narendra Modi has ensured that all fears of divisive politics in India is set to rest. His prime agenda of inclusive growth and commitment for Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas gets reflected in every policy that the Government has implemented till now.

The post Narendra Modi on Indian Muslims and Al-Qaeda appeared first on India News Analysis Opinions on Niti Central.

Scotland’s Lesson to Kashmir ...

Scotland’s Lesson to Kashmir Separatists

Scotland’s lesson to Kashmir Separatists is that ill-considered bids for self-determination are overrated. The aspirations of Kashmiri youth can be best realised through the federalism enshrined in the Constitution of India without the wall of Article 370.

The post Scotland’s Lesson to Kashmir Separatists appeared first on India News Analysis Opinions on Niti Central.

Richard Verma – Obama’s envoy to ...

Richard Verma – Obama’s envoy to India

The US President Barack Obama has appointed eminent lawyer Richard Rahul Verma as the Ambassador to India.

The post Richard Verma – Obama’s envoy to India appeared first on India News Analysis Opinions on Niti Central.

The Net Hindu

Hindustan , India and Bharatvarsh !

Hindustan , India and Bharatvarsh !

Wake Up Call For Modi Sarkar

Wake Up Call For Modi Sarkar

True Indian History: Does It Help Or ...

True Indian History: Does It Help Or Hurt Us?

PM Modi, President Obama and the ...

PM Modi, President Obama and the potential new swing in India-US relationship

Modi Sarkar Needs To Show Results

Modi Sarkar Needs To Show Results

"Big Troubles Are Coming ..Soon"

"Big Troubles Are Coming ..Soon"

Narendra Modi Blog

Compose a song that captures the ...

Compose a song that captures the essence of Mission Swachh Bharat & inspires oth...

Chaired a high-level meeting to review ...

Chaired a high-level meeting to review preparations for the launch of Mission Sw...

Met Mrs. Melinda Gates and Mr. Bill ...

Met Mrs. Melinda Gates and Mr. Bill Gates today.

Sharing a list of documents signed ...

Sharing a list of documents signed during President Xi Jinping's visit. These ha...

Addressed a Press Briefing with ...

Addressed a Press Briefing with President Xi Jinping. I am glad we were able to...

President Xi Jinping and I were ...

President Xi Jinping and I were present during the signing of 3 MoUs today. On...

CNN-IBN

India can learn from Scottish vote: ...

India can learn from Scottish vote: Shashi Tharoor

The result of the Scottish referendum gave a "good and healthy signal" to the world and offered a lesson in unity to India, Congress politician and author Shashi Tharoor said on Friday. As Scots voted decisively in favour of staying within the United Kingdom, the Thiruvananthapuram MP said, "There is a very simple lesson of staying together and being together. I think that is really what India is all about".
UP: Dalit youth beaten up, forced to ...

UP: Dalit youth beaten up, forced to eat excreta allegedly over land dispute

In a shocking incident in Jhansi on Friday, a Dalit youth was tortured by a group of men allegedly over a land dispute.
Army calls off its rescue mission in ...

Army calls off its rescue mission in J&K, relief work to go on

The Army on Friday called off its 'Operation Megh Rahat' to rescue people stranded in flooded areas of Jammu and Kashmir, but its relief efforts will continue in the state.
Minor dies after unqualified doctor ...

Minor dies after unqualified doctor operates with kitchen knife

A child died after an unqualified doctor operated on her with a kitchen knife in Bihar's Purnea district.
Jadavpur varsity students seek meeting ...

Jadavpur varsity students seek meeting with Bengal governor

Protesting students of Jadavpur University plan to meet West Bengal Governor KN Tripathi with their demands at the culmination of a mammoth rally Saturday, a student said.
J&K floods: Kolkata 'rice bucket ...

J&K floods: Kolkata 'rice bucket challenge' for relief

Collections in the rice bucket challenge, as part of the "Joy of Giving" "Daan Utsav" week that began here Friday, will be donated for relief measures in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir, an organiser said Friday.

NDTV

Alibaba Surges on Massive Demand in ...

Alibaba Surges on Massive Demand in Trading Debut

Alibaba Group Holding Ltds shares surged in their first day of trading on Friday as investors jumped at the chance to get in on what looks likely to be the largest IPO in history and profit from China...






CBI to Probe Chidambaram's FIPB Nod in ...

CBI to Probe Chidambaram's FIPB Nod in Aircel-Maxis Deal

The CBI will investigate the circumstances of the FIPB approval given by the then Finance Minister P Chidambaram in the Aircel-Maxis deal in 2006.






Former SHO Booked on Charges of ...

Former SHO Booked on Charges of Molesting a Gangrape Victim

A former Delhi Police SHO, now posted in security wing at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, has been booked on the charges of molesting a gangrape victim in Karawal Nagar area of Northeast Delhi, police said to...






Maharashtra Alliance Crisis: ...

Maharashtra Alliance Crisis: Considering a 'Formula' on Seat Sharing, Say BJP and Shiv Sena

After an exchange of tough words for days, leaders of the Shiv Sena and the BJP met in a residential complex in south Mumbai and emerged to say they are considering "a formula" on seat sharing, which ...






India Gets its First Transgender TV ...

India Gets its First Transgender TV News Anchor: Report

A television news station has recruited the country's first transgender news anchor, five months after a court ruled that transgender people be recognised as a legal third gender, a newspaper reported...






What's Different About SpiceJet on ...

What's Different About SpiceJet on Weekends

Passengers though seem to be divided on SpiceJet's initiative.






Times of India

35 Chinese soldiers return to ...

35 Chinese soldiers return to Ladakh’s Chumar, sit on a hillock

Hours after withdrawing from the Chumar region in Ladakh, Chinese PLA soldiers were today reported to have crossed into Indian territory again.
BJP softens stand, says it always ...

BJP softens stand, says it always sacrificed to save alliance with Shiv Sena

In a mild softening of its stand, the state BJP said it has decided to send a fresh seat-sharing formula to the Sena before making any final move on the matter.
Britain to learn from Bihar’s ...

Britain to learn from Bihar’s phenomenal transformation

Britain is all set to learn from Bihar’s phenomenal transformation from one of India’s most backward to the country’s fastest growing state.
Alibaba beats Facebook, raises $21.7 ...

Alibaba beats Facebook, raises $21.7 billion in biggest-ever IPO

By raising as much as $25 billion, Alibaba is poised to break the record for the largest initial public offering in history.
Senior Delhi cop booked on charges of ...

Senior Delhi cop booked on charges of molesting a gang-rape survivor

A former Delhi Police SHO, now posted in security wing at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, has been booked on the charges of molesting a gang-rape survivor.
New US envoy to India brings wealth of ...

New US envoy to India brings wealth of experience

Richard Verma remembers the time when he was a little kid, seeing his mom in her sari waiting for a bus to go to work in sub-zero centigrade temperatures in blowing and drifting snow.

SIFY

Images: Xi Jinping visits India

Images: Xi Jinping visits India

Who is the worst CM of India?

Who is the worst CM of India?

Mission Sahayata: Indian Army at work

Mission Sahayata: Indian Army at work

Flood fury in Jammu and Kashmir

Flood fury in Jammu and Kashmir

Photos: Flood fury in Jammu and Kashmir

Photos: Flood fury in Jammu and Kashmir

5 unexpected and endearing things Modi ...

5 unexpected and endearing things Modi shared on Teachers' Day

The Telegraph

Border springs back to centre stage

Border springs back to centre stage

New Delhi, Sept. 18: India and China have yanked negotiations over their festering boundary dispute from the outhouse to the front lawn of their diplomatic agenda after 26 years, breaking away from an unspoken agreement their former leaders had struck after a historic handshake in 1988.
Shah sets Sena 12hr deadline

Shah sets Sena 12hr deadline

Mumbai, Sept. 18: The BJP today set a 12-hour deadline for the Shiv Sena to find an "honourable" seat-sharing formula for next month's Assembly polls in Maharashtra.
When pilgrims progress, don't forget ...

When pilgrims progress, don't forget acclimatisation

Besides several agreements on trade and investments during the current visit of the President of China, Xi Jinping, a new route to Kailash and Manasarovar, via Nathu La in Sikkim, was agreed upon.
First Lady leads school chorus

First Lady leads school chorus

New Delhi, Sept. 18: The 1,300-year-old Chinese lyrics that Devansh Chaudhary joined in chorusing today had little to do with the Mandarin classes the Class VII boy is taking as a prop to a future career in a globalised world.
Tihar jailer arrested

Tihar jailer arrested

New Delhi, Sept. 18: A Tihar jailer was arrested today and locked up in the same prison where he has worked for 15 years on charges of attempting to murder his daughter-in-law.
Save-baby plan

Save-baby plan

New Delhi, Sept. 18: The Union health ministry today announced a six-pronged plan that seeks to speed up reductions in newborn mortality by expanding key life-saving services currently not widely available across India.

Rediff

Modi: Indian Muslims will live and die ...

Modi: Indian Muslims will live and die for India

"The patriotism of Indian Muslims cannot be questioned."
What is your best Indian Test XI?

What is your best Indian Test XI?

Haresh Pandya picks his all-time best Indian Test team which is packed with some exciting stroke-players, a couple of heavy-scorers known to play monumental innings, some superb spinners, a world-class all-rounder and a top-notch wicketkeeper.
Sundar Pichai: The genius who could be ...

Sundar Pichai: The genius who could be Google's next CEO

If Android One succeeds, it will only cement Pichai's so-called position as the most powerful man in the mobile world.
'Modi@Madison Square Garden is ...

'Modi@Madison Square Garden is once-in-a-lifetime event'

'A historic reception of this size is an extraordinary statement for the broad appeal of such a dynamic, action-oriented, people-first leader,' says Dr Bharat Barai.
Lakshmi star Monali Thakur wins Best ...

Lakshmi star Monali Thakur wins Best Actress award in Washington

Monali bagged the Best Actress award at the South-Asian International Film Festival in Washington DC, making her the first Bollywood singer to have won an award for acting.
Will Pawar dash Srinivasan's hopes of ...

Will Pawar dash Srinivasan's hopes of comeback in BCCI?

Former Board of Control for Cricket in India chief Sharad Pawar could make a sensational return as president. There is talk that the Maharashtra politician could emerge an unlikely candidate to take on the suspended Narayanaswami Srinivasan.

India today

35 Chinese soldiers return to Chumar; ...

35 Chinese soldiers return to Chumar; sit on a hillock

The Indian Army, which had starting scaling down operations from the Chumar area in Ladakh following the Chinese withdrawal on Thursday night, put a halt and again started pitching their tents for a possible fresh stand-off.






Shiv Sena, BJP hold talks to salvage ...

Shiv Sena, BJP hold talks to salvage alliance

Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray kept himself away from talks for which he deputed his son and Yuva Sena chief Aditya and Sena leader in the state Assembly Subhash Desai, who met BJP's Maharashtra election in-charge OP Mathur.






Alibaba jumps more than 40 per cent in ...

Alibaba jumps more than 40 per cent in trading debut

The company's initial public offering, on track to be the biggest ever if underwriters exercise their option to sell more shares, will help fund Alibaba's expansion in the United States and elsewhere.
Asian Games opens with spectacular show ...

Asian Games opens with spectacular show at Incheon

The Games were declared open by South Korean President Park Geun-Hye before actor Lee Young-ae lit up the flame resembling a fountain of cascading water.






From May to September

From May to September

BJP superimposed its Hindutva fantasy on Lok Sabha result and paid for it. Can it return to the centre-right again, asks Shekhar Gupta.






Top 10 athletes who will be India's ...

Top 10 athletes who will be India's best bets for gold medals at Asiad








Asia Times

The Middle East and its armies

The Middle East and its armies

The military successes of the Islamic State - at first apparently just a tatterdemalion bunch of ill-equipped jihadists before they became more clearly in focus as a force to be reckoned with - underlines the question of why regular armies across the Middle East and beyond have frequently proven to be ineffective under fire. - Brian M Downing (Sep 19, '14)
IS and the blowback brewing

IS and the blowback brewing

The stresses and fault lines the Middle East today could easily lead to implosions tomorrow, and America's past failure could see it be blamed, rightly or wrongly, for any ensuing mayhem. The critical questions the George W Bush administration ignored when it invaded Iraq remain applicable today for Barack Obama. - Emile Nakhleh (Sep 19, '14
China bargains with Indian territory

China bargains with Indian territory

Far away from the cheer of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to India and the inking of deals which will boost investments, cut the trade imbalance and build a high-speed rail corridor, Beijing has orchestrated spurts of aggressive intrusions on India's border which reveal up close its true intentions and undermine the sincerity of strategic agreements. - Namrata Goswami (Sep 19, '14)
The Tao of North Korea

The Tao of North Korea

Most outsiders think of the Korean peninsula as starkly divided: to the dark north is Gulag style, while the lights of the south flicker Gangnam Style. Forgot the statellite photos that illustrate the difference - North and South Korea are more Ying and Yang than many suppose, and they're slowly growing closer. - John Feffer (Sep 19, '14)
BOOK REVIEW A wild ride in China

BOOK REVIEW A wild ride in China

A sprawling tale of intersecting lives and generations that spans 1,000 years of blood- and sex-besotted Chinese history, this intricate work uses lively prose and perverse narrative twists to explore personal betrayal. Relentlessly dark and tragic, the book is fueled and fired by an astonishing imagination. - Kent Ewing (Sep 19, '14)
SPEAKING FREELY China still haunted by ...

SPEAKING FREELY China still haunted by Japan

This month's celebration of a newly created "Victory against Japan" day in China is a reminder of how, despite burgeoning economic ties, Beijing continues to view the past as window into the future. China wants Japan to constantly remember its imperialist past and not repeat the mistakes of that period, but there are also risks in this approach. - Amrita Jash (Sep 19, '14)

Yahoo

India's Modi says Al-Qaeda South ...

India's Modi says Al-Qaeda South Asia plan 'delusional'

India's new prime minister has dismissed Al-Qaeda's plan to set up a South Asia branch, saying it was "delusional" to think the country's Muslim minority would follow orders to wage jihad in the region.
Trade, investment hopes as China's ...

Trade, investment hopes as China's Xi visits India

AHMEDABAD, India (AP) — Chinese President Xi Jinping landed in the Indian prime minister's home state of Gujarat on Wednesday for a three-day visit expected to focus on India's need to improve worn out infrastructure and reduce its trade deficit.
Xi sees factory China and back office ...

Xi sees factory China and back office India as global engine

By Rupam Jain Nair AHMEDABAD India (Reuters) - The "world's factory" and the "world's back office" could together drive global economic growth, Chinese President Xi Jinping said as he began a rare visit to India on Wednesday, playing down mistrust that has long kept the Asian giants apart. India's new prime minister, Narendra Modi, is determined to build closer relations with the world's second ...
India's Mars mission enters last ...

India's Mars mission enters last lap; faces crucial test on September 24

By Aditya Kalra NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's first mission to Mars will attempt to put a spacecraft in orbit around the red planet next week, in a crucial test of a low-cost project carrying the country's hopes to join the leaders of a global space race. A successful outcome for the $74-million mission would stiffen Prime Minister Narendra Modi's resolve to build new space launch facilities ...
India's lost generation: A systemic ...

India's lost generation: A systemic risk?

Despite India's huge talent pool of graduates, few are equipped with skills to be gainfully employed.
US to welcome India's Modi with ...

US to welcome India's Modi with open arms

The United States and India have turned the page on a bitter row which soured ties earlier this year and Washington is eager to welcome new Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a top official said Wednesday.

Reuters

Pakistani embraced by Islamic State ...

Pakistani embraced by Islamic State seeks to drop U.S. legal appeal

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Pakistan-born neuroscientist has become a rallying cry for militant groups demanding her release from a U.S. prison. But in a little-noticed move she is trying to abandon her legal fight for freedom, saying the U.S. court system is unjust.
Gunmen in Pakistan kill professor who ...

Gunmen in Pakistan kill professor who faced blasphemy accusations

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Unidentified gunmen on Thursday shot dead a professor of Islamic studies in Pakistan who had faced accusations of blasphemy and threats from colleagues over his moderate views, police said.  
Pakistani Islamists use floods to turn ...

Pakistani Islamists use floods to turn opinion against India

MULTAN Pakistan (Reuters) - Hafiz Saeed, widely considered one of South Asia's most dangerous militants, has no doubt who is to blame for devastating floods that have submerged swathes of Pakistani countryside and claimed hundreds of lives.
Pakistan's PM threatens to clear ...

Pakistan's PM threatens to clear protesters camped in capital

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, weakened by weeks of demonstrations calling for him to resign, threatened on Wednesday to clear a protest camp established more than a month ago outside government offices in Islamabad.
Afghan election crisis talks stall over ...

Afghan election crisis talks stall over release of vote results

KABUL (Reuters) - Talks between Afghanistan's rival presidential candidates have stalled again, in part over when and how to release the final results of an election that both say was rigged by the other side, officials said on Wednesday.
New al Qaeda wing in South Asia claims ...

New al Qaeda wing in South Asia claims major attack

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Al Qaeda's South Asia wing has claimed responsibility for hijacking a Pakistani naval ship and trying to use it to fire rockets at U.S. vessels in the Arabian Sea, in the first major assault by the newly created group.

CNN

The week in 31 photos

The week in 31 photos

Look at me! 22 selfies of the week

Look at me! 22 selfies of the week

Life in 'Ebola country'

Life in 'Ebola country'

Funerals, ghost towns and haunted health workers. This is life in the Ebola zone. CNN's Nima Elbagir reports.
CNN mourns loss of photojournalist

CNN mourns loss of photojournalist

CNN lost a much loved and respected colleague Monday with the sudden passing of photojournalist Sarmad Qaseera. A longtime member of CNN's Baghdad bureau, Sarmad had to flee his country in 2006 after death threats, eventually settling in the United States and continuing his work for CNN based out of Atlanta. He was 42.
Impact of ISIS attacks on journalists

Impact of ISIS attacks on journalists

CNN's Arwa Damon offers a war correspondent's perspective on terror group ISIS attacking journalists.
Who's your hero? Nominate them

Who's your hero? Nominate them

They're your neighbors, your friends, your colleagues, your parents.

MSN

Nirbhaya centres to come up in all UP ...

Nirbhaya centres to come up in all UP dictricts

Nirbhaya centres will be set up in women hospitals or women police stations with the view to providing immediate medical and other help to the victims of crime or violence against women

Gates Foundation announces $7 lakh ...

Gates Foundation announces $7 lakh towards J&K flood relief

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's Grand Challenges in Global Health initiative fosters scientific and technological innovation to solve key health problems in the developing world

350 children taken ill after consuming ...

350 children taken ill after consuming mid-day meal in Bangalore

The children were rushed to hospital after they complained of head ache and stomach ache and started vomiting

Mandolin Srinivas passes away

Mandolin Srinivas passes away

Srinivas was awarded Padma Shri and later in 2010, was honoured with Sangeet Natak Academy Award

IS releases video of another British ...

IS releases video of another British journalist

No IS militants are seen in the video, which is titled "Lend Me Your Ears" and is addressed to the Western public

Allow mercy killing for sick daughter: ...

Allow mercy killing for sick daughter: Parents to president

Doctors of the Mokama Referral Hospital, where the patient was treated, said she is 90 percent disabled due to the disorder

BBC

GSK fined $490m by China for bribery

GSK fined $490m by China for bribery

China fines UK pharmaceuticals firm GlaxoSmithKline $490m (£297m) for bribery and its former head of Chinese operations is given a suspended jail sentence.
New Zealand votes in 'dirtiest' poll

New Zealand votes in 'dirtiest' poll

Voters in New Zealand head to the polls after what is being called the dirtiest campaign in the nation's history.
China tennis star Li Na retires

China tennis star Li Na retires

China's sporting hero Li Na announces her retirement from tennis at the age of 32, citing injury problems.
Japan to restart whaling programme

Japan to restart whaling programme

Japan vows to restart its Antarctic whaling programme next year despite an International Whaling Commission vote that the hunt is illegal.
Australia boosts parliament security

Australia boosts parliament security

Security is being upgraded at the Australian parliament following "chatter" suggesting extremists could target it for attack, the PM says.
Alibaba sets share price at $68

Alibaba sets share price at $68

Chinese online giant Alibaba prices its shares $68 ahead of the start of trading on Friday, making it one of the biggest stock market listings ever.

Indian Express

Delhi: 51-year-old Danish national ...

Delhi: 51-year-old Danish national alleges gangrape, 15 detained for questioning

Police was informed about the incident by the manager of the Paharganj hotel were the woman was staying.
DGCA seeks fresh public objections ...

DGCA seeks fresh public objections after clearing AirAsia for take-off

The latest public notice was issued by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation on Monday.
Screen Awards: Milkha, Ram-Leela and ...

Screen Awards: Milkha, Ram-Leela and Madras Cafe dominate

The Screen song filled the air. "Dhak dhak dil dil, dil dil dhak dhak" perfectly encapsulated the mood of the evening.
CBI sought part RTI exemption, Govt ...

CBI sought part RTI exemption, Govt gave it full

In Orissa''s 'liberated'' zone, two ...

In Orissa''s 'liberated'' zone, two villages take on the Maoists

The two villages together have a population of around 4,000, mostly belonging to the Chakotia Bhunjia tribe.
I wonder if I will be able to ever ...

I wonder if I will be able to ever reunite with my husband, my kids. I miss them: Devyani

Controversy and its fallout were, Devyani said, more a personal than a professional loss for her.

Hindustan Times

Warmth and achievements aside India and ...

Warmth and achievements aside India and China remain cautious

Policymakers are grappling with the implications of Xis visit While some are underwhelmed others point to the achievements But all agree that border troubles dampened the mood






AAP accuses Jung of stopping them to ...

AAP accuses Jung of stopping them to send JK aid

AAP on Friday accused LieutenantGovernor Najeeb Jung of preventing its MLAs from sending relief package to Jammu and Kashmir by raising an objection to the transfer of Rs 20 lakh from the funds of each of its 27 legislators to Jammu and Kashmir CM fund






India to play hard ball at UN climate ...

India to play hard ball at UN climate summit

India will play hard ball at the United Nations climate summit in New York next week asking rich nations to deliver on their promise to capitalise Green Climate Fund to buy copy rights of clean technologies and have a new climate treaty on the cardinal principles enshrined in Kyoto Protocol and Rio plus 20 outcome document






France joins Iraq war starts air raids

France joins Iraq war starts air raids

French Rafale jets targeted and destroyed a logistics depot in northeast Iraq on Friday morning and will follow with more operations in the next few days in order to weaken Daesh and restore Iraqi sovereignty French President Franois Hollande said in a statement on Friday






Iranian youth behind Happy video ...

Iranian youth behind Happy video sentenced

A defense lawyer in Iran says six young Iranian men and women videotaped dancing to Pharrell Williams Happy and the videos director have been sentenced to suspended jail terms and lashes






Scottish nationalist leader Salmond ...

Scottish nationalist leader Salmond quits after losing independence vote

Scottish nationalist Alex Salmond resigned as leader of his party on Friday and will quit as First Minister of his country after losing an independence referendum






ABP news

I can relate to my character in 'Bang ...

I can relate to my character in 'Bang Bang': Hrithik

Hrithik Roshan will be seen in an action hero avatar in his upcoming film "Bang Bang" and the Bollywood star says while working on the project he realised for the first time that he didn't have to toil hard to get into the skin of the character as he could relate to it.
Modi says, Indian Muslims will live for ...

Modi says, Indian Muslims will live for India, die for India ; Congress questions timing of the statement

Questioning the timing of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's statement ahead of his US visit that Indian Muslims will live and die for India, Congress on Friday wondered whether BJP and its other leaders adhere to it.
 Incheon Asian Games declared open

 Incheon Asian Games declared open

The 2014 Asian Games officially opened at the western South Korean port city of Incheon Friday evening, attracting more than 14,000 athletes and officials from 45 countries and regions across the continent.
BJP eyeing upon respectable compromise ...

BJP eyeing upon respectable compromise with Shiv Sena , tension continues

Resolving the tussle over seat-sharing which almost led to the BJP and the Shiv Sena ending their 25-year-old alliance, the two parties Friday announced they would unitedly fight the Oct 15 Maharashtra assembly elections and the division of seats would be worked out amicably.
HC reserves judgement on Lalu petition

HC reserves judgement on Lalu petition

The Jharkhand High Court reserved its verdict on former Bihar Chief Minister Lalu Prasad's petition pleading to quash a fodder scam case on the ground that he had been already convicted in a related case earlier.
Minor girl moves court to terminate ...

Minor girl moves court to terminate pregnancy

A fast track court here is likely to hear tomorrow a plea of a 16-year-old girl, seeking its permission to terminate her pregnancy.

ZeeNews

BSF plants saplings along Pakistan, ...

BSF plants saplings along Pakistan, Bangladesh borders

The Border Security Force (BSF) on Friday planted under its 'Green Mission' more than 1,80,000 saplings within half-an hour along the borders of Bangladesh and Pakistan.
Modi to talk about ending open ...

Modi to talk about ending open defecation at global festival

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will highlight the need to bring an end to open defecation during an event here that will be attended by over a dozen world leaders including UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.
IITs in Top 5 list of best ...

IITs in Top 5 list of best entrepreneurial UG institutes: Irani

Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) figure among the top five in a list of the best entrepreneurial undergraduate institutes in the world and are placed higher than the Ivy League universities like Harvard, HRD Minister Smriti Irani on Friday said.
BJP firm on resolution of issues of ...

BJP firm on resolution of issues of ethnic Tamils in Sri Lanka: Rao

BJP has always shown a firm determination to resolve the issues concerning the ethnic Tamils in Sri Lanka and those pertaining to fishermen from Tamil Nadu, party national general secretary P Muralidhar Rao on Friday said.
India can learn from Scottish vote: ...

India can learn from Scottish vote: Shashi Tharoor

The result of the Scottish referendum gave a "good and healthy signal" to the world and offered a lesson in unity to India, Congress politician and author Shashi Tharoor said here on Friday.
Tragedy strikes Indian family in Oman

Tragedy strikes Indian family in Oman

 An Indian man and his daughter were today killed in a road accident in Oman, while the man's wife was later found dead in an apartment, a media report said.

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Fifth Death Within a Fortnight in ...

Fifth Death Within a Fortnight in Tihar, Family Cries Foul

A 27-year-old inmate of Tihar jail died under mysterious circumstances hours before he was to be released on bail, the fifth death in a fortnight, with family alleging foul play.
Pak Represents World's Worst Situation ...

Pak Represents World's Worst Situation for Religious Freedom: US

Expressing concern over the deteriorating religious freedom in Pakistan, including attacks on minorities like Hindus and Christians, an independent, bipartisan US government commission has told lawmakers that Pakistan represents the worst situation in the world for religious freedom.
FIR Filed Against BKU, RLD Protestors

FIR Filed Against BKU, RLD Protestors

Police today registered cases against several RLD and BKU activists, who had protested violently against Centre's move to evict RLD chief Ajit Singh from his official residence in Delhi, at Murad Nagar.
India Not Enthusiastic About Climate ...

India Not Enthusiastic About Climate Meet Convened by Ban

India is giving a lukewarm response to Ban Ki-moon-convened Climate Conference in New York next week insisting that parallel platforms add too confusion and negotiations should be held under the mandate of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change only.
Modi Calls for Swachh Bharat Campaign

Modi Calls for Swachh Bharat Campaign

Ahead of the launch of the Mission Swachh Bharat on October 2, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said the mission should become the agenda of the entire country in the form of a mass movement.
Modi Commits to Make Efforts for ...

Modi Commits to Make Efforts for Socio-Econimic Development of Bangladesh

Bangladesh Foreign Minister Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali today called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who assured him of India's resolve to continue extending full support to Bangladesh's efforts for its socio-economic development.

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Bungalow row: Cases filed against BKU, ...

Bungalow row: Cases filed against BKU, RLD protesters

Murad Nagar police station officer RP Sharma said an FIR has been lodged by him against Modinagar RLD MLA Sudesh Sharma and 20 other named leaders of BKU and RLD besides 1,000 unidentified protesters.

The post Bungalow row: Cases filed against BKU, RLD protesters appeared first on Firstpost.

Scared Shiv Sena fears BJP’s growing ...

Scared Shiv Sena fears BJP’s growing clout but hesitates to break alliance

The Sena seems to have misunderstood that its own improved performance in the Lok Sabha polls was a consequence of its own popularity rather than the Narendra Modi wave.

The post Scared Shiv Sena fears BJP’s growing clout but hesitates to break alliance appeared first on Firstpost.

Alliance with Shiv Sena on the brink: ...

Alliance with Shiv Sena on the brink: BJP wants to talk to Sena on each Maharashtra seat

Standoff on seat sharing continued between Sena and BJP. BJP said they will send a new proposal to Sena after BJP's core committee meeting in Mumbai.

The post Alliance with Shiv Sena on the brink: BJP wants to talk to Sena on each Maharashtra seat appeared first on Firstpost.

Facepalm: DD news sacks anchor for ...

Facepalm: DD news sacks anchor for calling China President ‘Eleven’ Jinping

While anchoring the late night bulletin on DD News, a 'casual' anchor, pronounced Chinese President Xi Jinping's name as 'Eleven' Jinping, obviously confusing Xi with the Roman numerical for eleven.

The post Facepalm: DD news sacks anchor for calling China President ‘Eleven’ Jinping appeared first on Firstpost.

Modi spoke from his heart: BJP backs ...

Modi spoke from his heart: BJP backs PM’s remarks on Muslims

Modi's statement about Indian muslims comes ahead of his visit to the United States where he will address the UN General Assembly.

The post Modi spoke from his heart: BJP backs PM’s remarks on Muslims appeared first on Firstpost.

All Maharashtra parties should go solo ...

All Maharashtra parties should go solo to test poll power: Bhujbal

Bhujbal asserted that his party was stronger than Congress in the state, where the NCP won four Lok Sabha seats this year, while the latter could manage just two.

The post All Maharashtra parties should go solo to test poll power: Bhujbal appeared first on Firstpost.

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Pakistan media on Narendra Modi

Pakistan media on Narendra Modi

Inflation Drops to Five-Year Low on ...

Inflation Drops to Five-Year Low on Fall in Fuel, Food Prices

Manmohan ignored all warnings on 2g cwg ...

Manmohan ignored all warnings on 2g cwg coalg

Congress MLA avoiding Rahul Gandhi for ...

Congress MLA avoiding Rahul Gandhi for their campaign

Army pelted with stones in Srinagar as ...

Army pelted with stones in Srinagar as they rescue flood victims

Hafeez Saeed threatens India on flood ...

Hafeez Saeed threatens India on flood issue.

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HINDUS BOYCOTTED PEACE MEETING CONVENED ...

HINDUS BOYCOTTED PEACE MEETING CONVENED BY DIST ADMINISTRATION TODAY

Today district administration of South 24 Pargana district called a peace meeting in the wake of Hindu resistance put by the Hindu youths in the villages of Kumrakhali, Charabidya, Gabbunia, etc. Administration called 10 persons each from both sides of Hindus and Muslims. But, under the guidance of Hindu Samhati, local Hindus boycotted today’s peace […]
Hindu Samhati President demands ...

Hindu Samhati President demands immediate arrest of Ahmed Hassan Imran, TMC MP in Rajyasabha

Friends, my fears coming true. Again opposition parties have been managed by Islamic forces in West Bengal. Even after disclosure of conclusive evidence of direct involvement of TMC Rajyasabha MP Ahmed Hassan Imran in Canning riots <http://www.hindusamhati.blogspot.in/2013/02/from-site-of-hindu-devastation-of.html>, and explosive disclosure of his involvement in funding Islamic fundamentamentalist force Jamaat in Bangladesh to destablise Sk. Hasina […]
Jammu : 25th Kashmiri Pandit Balidan ...

Jammu : 25th Kashmiri Pandit Balidan Divas Protest Demonstration

Jammu, 14 September : The Joint Forum of Kashmiri Pandit Organisations observed the Kashmiri Pandit Balidan Divas today at Jammu. A joint protest demonstration was held at outside the Press Club of Jammu. Those who participated included besides others Shri Ashwani Kumar Chrungoo, President, Panun Kashmir, D.N.Kissu, Chairman, ADKPUF,  H.N.Jattu, President, AIKPC, Sardar PremSingh, President, KSDF, […]
Representatives of HJS and Sanatan ...

Representatives of HJS and Sanatan Sanstha felicitated by Ganesha Festival Mandals

Karad (Maharashtra) – Most of the Sri Ganesha idols were immersed in water due to awareness created by pro-Hindu organizations, Ganesha Festival Mandals, Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) on the day of ‘Anant Chaturdashi’. 60% of Mandals avoided throwing ‘gulal’. The drive undertaken by HJS and Sanatan Sanstha was commendable; therefore, ‘Gajanan Natya Mandal’ […]
Intense demonstrations held to oppose ...

Intense demonstrations held to oppose love jihad and for rehabilitation of Kashmiri Hindus

Jalgaon  (Maharashtra) : It is the duty of every Hindu to save Hindu girls from falling prey to love jihad. Followers of all Sects need to come together now, stated Haribhakta Parayan Narayan Maharaj during ‘Rashtriya Hindu Andolan’ held near Jalgaon Municipal Corporation. The other dignitaries taking part in demonstrations were Haribhakta Parayan Varsalekar Maharaj, Haribhakta […]
Pune : Program held to commemorate ...

Pune : Program held to commemorate martyr day for Kashmiri Hindus

(From left) Colonel (Retd.) Anil Kaul; Shri. Ramesh Shinde, national spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti; Major General (Retd.) G. D. Bakshi; ‘Panun Kashmir’s Convener Dr. Agnishekhar; Dr. Ajay Chrongu, President of ‘Panun Kashmir’ Shri. Ramesh Shinde being felicitated with the ‘Kashmir Kirti’ citation by Dr. Amar Malmohi, Dr. Agnishekhar; Dr. Ajay Chrongu, Shri. R.C. Shivpuri Pune (Maharashtra) : 14th […]

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HINDUS BOYCOTTED PEACE MEETING CONVENED ...

HINDUS BOYCOTTED PEACE MEETING CONVENED BY DIST ADMINISTRATION TODAY

Today district administration of South 24 Pargana district called a peace meeting in the wake of Hindu resistance put by the Hindu youths in the villages of Kumrakhali, Charabidya, Gabbunia, etc. Administration called 10 persons each from both sides of Hindus and Muslims. But, under the guidance of Hindu Samhati, local Hindus boycotted today’s peace […]
Hindu Samhati President demands ...

Hindu Samhati President demands immediate arrest of Ahmed Hassan Imran, TMC MP in Rajyasabha

Friends, my fears coming true. Again opposition parties have been managed by Islamic forces in West Bengal. Even after disclosure of conclusive evidence of direct involvement of TMC Rajyasabha MP Ahmed Hassan Imran in Canning riots <http://www.hindusamhati.blogspot.in/2013/02/from-site-of-hindu-devastation-of.html>, and explosive disclosure of his involvement in funding Islamic fundamentamentalist force Jamaat in Bangladesh to destablise Sk. Hasina […]
Jammu : 25th Kashmiri Pandit Balidan ...

Jammu : 25th Kashmiri Pandit Balidan Divas Protest Demonstration

Jammu, 14 September : The Joint Forum of Kashmiri Pandit Organisations observed the Kashmiri Pandit Balidan Divas today at Jammu. A joint protest demonstration was held at outside the Press Club of Jammu. Those who participated included besides others Shri Ashwani Kumar Chrungoo, President, Panun Kashmir, D.N.Kissu, Chairman, ADKPUF,  H.N.Jattu, President, AIKPC, Sardar PremSingh, President, KSDF, […]
Representatives of HJS and Sanatan ...

Representatives of HJS and Sanatan Sanstha felicitated by Ganesha Festival Mandals

Karad (Maharashtra) – Most of the Sri Ganesha idols were immersed in water due to awareness created by pro-Hindu organizations, Ganesha Festival Mandals, Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) on the day of ‘Anant Chaturdashi’. 60% of Mandals avoided throwing ‘gulal’. The drive undertaken by HJS and Sanatan Sanstha was commendable; therefore, ‘Gajanan Natya Mandal’ […]
Intense demonstrations held to oppose ...

Intense demonstrations held to oppose love jihad and for rehabilitation of Kashmiri Hindus

Jalgaon  (Maharashtra) : It is the duty of every Hindu to save Hindu girls from falling prey to love jihad. Followers of all Sects need to come together now, stated Haribhakta Parayan Narayan Maharaj during ‘Rashtriya Hindu Andolan’ held near Jalgaon Municipal Corporation. The other dignitaries taking part in demonstrations were Haribhakta Parayan Varsalekar Maharaj, Haribhakta […]
Pune : Program held to commemorate ...

Pune : Program held to commemorate martyr day for Kashmiri Hindus

(From left) Colonel (Retd.) Anil Kaul; Shri. Ramesh Shinde, national spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti; Major General (Retd.) G. D. Bakshi; ‘Panun Kashmir’s Convener Dr. Agnishekhar; Dr. Ajay Chrongu, President of ‘Panun Kashmir’ Shri. Ramesh Shinde being felicitated with the ‘Kashmir Kirti’ citation by Dr. Amar Malmohi, Dr. Agnishekhar; Dr. Ajay Chrongu, Shri. R.C. Shivpuri Pune (Maharashtra) : 14th […]

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