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Mumbai airport slum rehab project back on track

But fate of 60,000 slum dwellers still uncertain

West Bengal civic polls: 65% turnout amid violence, disruption by tremor

A 55-year-old man sustained bullet injury while standing in a queue at Titagarh in North 24 Parganas district

Tamil Nadu CM asks PM's intervention on Mekedatu reservoir dispute

Urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to constitute Cauvery Management Board and Cauvery Water Regulation Committee without delay

Speaker restores expunged remarks

The remarks of AAP leader Bhagwant Mann against Modi's 'Mann ki baat' talk on radio were expunged on Thursday

CPI(M) MLA apologises for insensitive remark on disabled

Elamaram Kareem invited the wrath of various sections of society over his remarks on concession travel facilities to differently abled persons

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Devastating quake leaves Nepal shaken, India stirred

Over 1,100 dead in Nepal; 36 deaths reported in India, four in Bangladesh

PM extends all-out support in handling quake aftermath to Nepal

A strong quake measuring 7.9 on the Richter scale shook Nepal and several parts of India on Saturday

IOC Chief to visit India; Buzz on bid for Olympics 2024 grows louder

Officials have indicated earlier that India wants to bid for the 2024 Games, with either New Delhi or Ahmedabad as host city

Earthquake rattles Nepal, tourism a casualty

As of now all flight services to Kathmandu have been efficetively put on hold

FMCG companies take stock of operations post quake in Nepal

Dabur, ITC, Varun Beverages (PepsiCo's bottler) and Coca-Cola, have plants in Nepal

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Museum of neglect

The Crafts Museum in Delhi, one of the largest in India, is crumbling. What it needs is restoration, not uncertainty over its future

Five things to know about Mumbai's DP

The plan was panned for its emphasis on development of highrises, compromising on the cities open spaces and architectural legacy

That streak in the sky

It's man-made, it's 450 tonnes in weight and yet glides brightly across the sky. The author tells you how you can see the International Space ...

Incredibly Indian: How Taj Mahal tourism has turned into harassment

A visit to India's most famous tourist destination is a lesson in how not to promote tourism

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Former Bengal U-19 captain Ankit succumbs to on-field injury

He got injured while trying to take a catch during a Cricket Association of Bengal's Senior one-day knock-out match on April 17

Sania seals historic World No. 1 rank with Charleston title

Becomes first Indian woman to reach the top ranking in tennis women's doubles

Star-studded RCB face defending champs KKR

Unlike the Challengers, KKR are low on star power but their players complement each other so well that the house always looks in order

Rajasthan Royals face Kings XI Punjab at new home ground

The Royals, who have three 2015 World Cup winners in Shane Watson, Steven Smith and Jame Faulkner, would look to Chris Morris, their costliest ...

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Bad weather news

A bad monsoon could add to mounting rural distress

Hearing the helicopters

Forty years after the fall of Saigon

An inevitable end

The tragic saga of Satyam draws to a close

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Lok Sabha

'This is not suicide. It is homicide'
Lok Sabha

Saugata Roy (Dum Dum): Madam, on behalf of myself and my party, I express deep anguish and sorrow at the suicide of a farmer, Gajendra Singh ...

Claude Smadja

Claude Smadja: Europe's untenable refugee dilemma
Claude Smadja

The brutal fact is that European countries are not ready to accept any significant increase in the number of refugees

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