Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Raids on Chidambaram, Lalu houses; Opposition cries vendetta

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New Delhi--The premises of two top opposition leaders, P. Chidambaram and Lalu Prasad, were on Tuesday raided by CBI and IT officials with Karti...

Opinion: No legal verdict can resolve Ayodhya dispute

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By M. Rajaque Rahman-- With the Supreme Court refusing to fast-track it and pushing for out-of-court negotiations, it is evident no legal verdict can...

United Nations appoints Indian to high-level UN climate change post

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By Arul Louis United Nations--United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres has appointed Ovais Sarmad of India as the Deputy Executive Secretary of the UN Framework...

World’s tallest rail bridge to be a boon for tourism, employment in Kashmir

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By Brajendra Nath Singh Katra-- A rail bridge over the Chenab river which, at 359-metre, is claimed will become the world's tallest, will significantly improve...

More than 1 million TB patients in India lack adequate nutrition

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By Charu Bahri Mt Abu: One look at Puni Garasia, 14, was all it took Ashok Dave, a doctor operating a charitable mobile clinic service...

Underground 3D study to transform Varanasi into smart city

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Kolkata--IIT Kharagpur, in collaboration with the British Geological Survey, is in the process undertaking a 3D underground survey of Varanasi that will aid redesigning...

Goa tries to grapple with road accident surge

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By Mayabhushan Nagvenkar Panaji--The Supreme Court's ban on alcohol may have shut down scores of bars in the vicinity of the national highway network in...

Why ragpickers are critical for waste management in India

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By Rajanya Bose & Anirban Bhattacharya The Ajmer Shatabdi pulls into the New Delhi station every night at around 11 pm. During the six-hour journey...

Students with school bags and stones: Latest episode in Kashmir’s sordid drama

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By Sheikh Qayoom Srinagar-- The picture of a schoolgirl holding a basketball under her arm while kicking a vehicle of the security forces has become...

35 tons of gold sold during Akshaya Tritiya in India this year

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New Delhi--This year's Akshaya Tritiya saw double gold sales across the country as compared to 2016, an expert said on Thursday. "Akshaya Tritiya this year...
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