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Gupta's petition to overturn conviction must be rejected: Bharara
NEW DELHI, Aug 21: India-born former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta's latest bid to have his insider-trading conviction overturned should be rejected, prosecutors have told an appeals court here, asserting that he got a fair trial and the jury convicted him for his "criminal" conduct. In a len... More
His continuance a ‘Tolerance’: Swamy takes on Arvind Subramanian again
PM Modi has time for Balochistan, not for Gujarat dalits: Congress
Goa fight is between AAP & BJP, Cong has no chance: Kejriwal
Not a Govt's Messenger: RSS Chief
 
Business News
After Raghuram's Rajan Raaga, it's Urjit's Patel Rap at RBI
MUMBAI, aug 21: As the Mint Street readies for a new sheriff, industry and markets want much more than a change in the quintessential signature on currency notes when a soft-spoken but effective Urjit Patel takes over from an outspoken and rockstar-... More
Godrej Group looking at more acquisitions
FPIs rush into equities, pump in Rs 7,700 crore in August
Sunil Mittal to take home over Rs 30 crore in annual pay package
Future group to take Nilgiris supermarket store count to 1,000
 
Sports News
Media XI thumps Hindi Newspapers by 49 runs
Jammu: Riding high on the top class performance with bat and ball Media-XI outclassed Hindi Newspapers-XI by a huge 49 runs margin in a 12-over reduced cricket match played here at Phallian Mandal Cricket Ground on Sunday. Led by Captain Mir Imran ... More
Hesson hints at playing three spinners against India
Solid Pujara, gutsy Gambhir power India Blue to 362/3
Angelique Kerber on top of the world with US Open triumph
Divisional level fencing meet of DYSS begins
 
 
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Is China really Pakistan’s friend?
By Manzoor Ahmed The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) under which China is believed to invest about 46 Billion Dollars in Pakistan is widely regarded and extensively propagated by people in the government of Pakistan that it is the best thing to have happened to Pakistan and to Pak-China relations in a long time. However, there are a number of learned people in Pakistan who have time an... More
“PAKISTAN PIONEERED ISLAMIST MILITANCY”
By Manzoor Ahmed As Pakistan reels under multiple terror attacks at home, compelling the government to launch yet another military operation (Radd-ul-Fasaad, this time with the political leadership joining hands without prevarication), opinion is building up that the country must set its own house in order and not engage in blame-game with the neigbhbours. Gen. Bajwa, the new army chief, su... More
Seven militants, policeman killed in Kashmir gunfights
Jammu/Srinagar: Three militants and a policeman were killed in a day-long gunfight on Sunday between security forces and guerrillas in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district, while four militants were killed in Kupwara as the army foiled an infiltration bid, the state police said. The police said the militants in Poonch were kill... More
Rajnath Singh to forces: Go after instigators of violence in Kashmir
NEW DELHI, SEP 11: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday directed the security forces to go after those instigating youths to indulge in violence Jammu and Kashmir and try to bring back normalcy in the state within a week. The directive was given during an hour-long meeting the Home Minister had with top security officia... More
Kashmir unrest: Another youth killed in Srinagar, death toll mounts to 80
Srinagar, Sep 11 (Agewncies): The death toll in the ongoing unrest in the Kashmir Valley rose to 80 as a youth succumbed to his injuries on Sunday in Srinagar. Police said Javaid Ahmad Dar, 23, of Wadwan village in Badgam district who was injured in clashes between a protesting mob and security forces at Narbal near the Srinaga... More
Congress braces for another ignominy over Embraer report, CBI to probe if 'graft' involved
New Delhi: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Sunday made it clear that his ministry would launch a criminal investigation if it gets hold of any evidence of corruption during the execution of the UPA era Embraer jet deal. “If the case takes criminal turn, it will hand over to Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI),” Parrikar ... More
Speaker, Deputy CM attend J&K Sikhs conference
Reiterate govt’s commitment to provide equal opportunities of growth for all
JAMMU, SEPTEMBER 12 – Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh today said that the government is committed for the welfare of all communities and sections of the society and several measures have already been taken up in this regard. Deputy Chief Minister, who was the chief guest on the occasion, said this while addr... More
No compromise with those indulging in violence in Kashmir: Jaitley
Jammu, Aug 21: As unrest continues in Kashmir, the central government outlined its priorities, asserting that there will be no compromise with those indulging in violence even efforts will be made for development of the state which was "denied" for the last 60 years. Acknowledging that situation in Kashmir was "serious", se... More
 
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Afghan district falls to Taliban: Officials
Kabul, aug 21: The Taliban on Saturday captured a district in Afghanistan's northeastern Kunduz province, near the provincial capital where militants scored their biggest victory in 14 years last September. The militants, waging a bloody insurgency... More
John Kerry heading to Africa for talks on counterterrorism
12 trapped as fire erupts at Dhaka mall
Joe Biden to visit Turkey; exiled cleric Fethullah Gulen on top of agenda
Pakistan shuts border after Afghans burn its national flag during protests
 
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