TODAY'S Columnists

LATEST NEWS

Read all stories

Today's Newspaper

Gujjars end stir as Govt pledges Bill for 5% quota

Friday, 29 May 2015 | PNS | New Delhi

Gujjars end stir as Govt  pledges Bill for 5% quota

The eight-day long protests and blockades of rail and roads by Gujjars ended on Thursday night as the Rajasthan Government assured them to introduce a Bill in the Assembly to provide them with 5 per…

Read More

Vivacity

When George R Martin met Chris Martin

Friday, 29 May 2015 | Rupinder Kaur | New Delhi

When George R Martin met Chris Martin

As part of a campaign to raise funds for youth living in poverty, Coldplay and Game of Thrones cast members came together in a hilarious attempt to create an unfortunately ill-fated musical. By Rupinder Kaur Who…

Read More

Sports Bytes

Under-17 World Cup to be held in Sep-Oct 2017: FIFA

Friday, 29 May 2015 | PTI | Mumbai

Under-17 World Cup to be held in Sep-Oct 2017: FIFA

India would host the FIFA Under-17 World Cup in six different venues, four of which have been given provisional approval, in September-October 2017, it was announced by the tournament organising committee head today. Announcing the window…

Read More

POTPOURRI

Alia Bhatt teams up with mother for new ad

Friday, 29 May 2015 | IANS | New Delhi

Alia Bhatt teams up with mother for new ad

Young and versatile film talent Alia Bhatt has teamed up with her mother Soni Razdan to feature in an advertisement to promote Garnier Fructis Oil-In-Cream, a haircare product. The "Highway" actress says she has fond…

Read More

BUSINESS & FINANCE

Seven states propose own broadband network model: Prasad

Friday, 29 May 2015 | PTI | New Delhi

Seven states propose own broadband network model: Prasad

Seven states have proposed to come up with their own model to roll out broadband network proposed under Rs 72,000 crore BharatNet prorgamme, Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said today. "Seven states have offered to come…

Read More

HEALTH & FITNESS

Green tea may help prevent prostate cancer

Friday, 29 May 2015 | IANS | New York

Green tea may help prevent prostate cancer

Drinking green tea may help prevent prostate cancer in men with high risk of developing the disease, suggests a research led by an Indian-origin scientist. The researchers, led by Nagi Kumar from Moffitt Cancer Center…

Read More

Avenues

Create value through MBA

Wednesday, 27 May 2015 | Jatin Bhandari | New York

Create value through MBA

From building functional capabilities, creating international business and regulatory environment to networking across the world, global MBA has been redefined to make it more relevant in today’s time. Jatin Bhandari beings you a report Imagine, an…

Read More

India Abroad

India,Russia, China for peaceful reconciliation in Afghanistan

Friday, 29 May 2015 | PTI | Beijing

India,Russia, China for peaceful reconciliation in Afghanistan

India, Russia and China have agreed to play a constructive role to support peaceful reconciliation and economic reconstruction of Afghanistan, saying the situation in the war-torn nation is closely connected with the regional security and…

Read More

SHOW TIME

Kangana all the way

Sunday, 24 May 2015 | MEENAKSHI RAO | Beijing

Kangana all the way

Tanu Weds Manu Returns Starring: R. Madhavan, Kangana Ranaut, Jimmy Shergill, Deepak Dobriyal Rated: 7.8/10 If Tanu Weds Manu was a delight, this one is a delightX2. And that’s because there is KanganaX2. Both of the two Kanganas…

Read More

Books

When the past meets the present

Sunday, 24 May 2015 | Ankita Arora | Beijing

When the past meets the present

David Nicholls’s Us, longlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2014, is the story of a family showing signs of utmost strain while its members take turns at dwelling on the fringes of either intimacy or…

Read More

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Sectarian battle claiming heritage and cultures

Friday, 29 May 2015 | Surendra K Gupta | Noida

This refers to the editorial, “Mankind’s true enemies” (May 27). The editorial explicitly describes the destruction of human heritage by the Islamic State in Palmyria city of Syria near its capital Damascus and earlier at…

Read More

Sunday Edition

Kejriwal’s maiden century: Hit or miss?

24 May 2015 | RAJESH SINGH | Noida

...

Read More

STATE EDITIONS

Sonia blames centre shows indifferent attitude towards her constituency.

29 May 2015 | RAJESH SINGH | Noida

Assuring farmers of her Parliamentary constituency of forwarding them all possible financial help for their crop destroyed in recent un-seasonal rains, Congress President Sonia Gandhi, accused the Centre of showing apathetic attitude towards her constituency. Earlier her son Rahul Gandhi, who is MP from neighbouring Amethi Parliamentary constituency, alleged that the Modi government was pursuing “politics of vendetta” against them...

Read More

SOUND BITES

Media always wins, journalists always win. We get pasted, defeated and pinned down to our seats, hoping for the ordeal to be over.

Bollywood legend | Amitabh Bachchan

We don't want to run Delhi Government through anyone. But upholding Constitution is our responsibility.

Union Home Minister | Rajnath Singh

I will go with an alliance in Bihar, if there is a need to do so, with any party that does not include Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.

Former Bihar CM | Jitan Ram Manjhi

POLLS

Should India react to the Pak ceasefire violation or the two countries should talk to each other to stop violation ?

Site Designed and Developed by: Infomedia Web Solutions