Hindu migrants from Pakistan living a life of homeless wanderers, courtesy Indian red-tapism

Jodhpur: At a time when the world is battling one of its biggest refugee crises, India has its own share of the problem -- thousands of Hindu migrants from Pakistan remain stranded at this Rajasthan transit hub. They have been awaiting their citizenship papers for years, despite submitting their passports, documents and hard-earned money too.

Delving into the 'other side' of Amarnath Sehgal, S.H. Raza on Partition

New Delhi: Amarnath Sehgal is best known for his sculpted marvels, S.H. Raza for his work with the brush. Little or nothing is known about their penmanship -- particularly about the trauma of Partition.

Kerala HC rejects Dileep's request for abduction video

Kochi: The Kerala High Court on Tuesday turned down accused Malayalam actor Dileep's demand of a copy of the video of the abduction of an actress and her harassment at the hands of the perpetrators who took her around in a vehicle in Kochi for two hours in February 2017.

India's WPI eases to 5.09% in July

New Delhi: India's annual rate of inflation based on wholesale prices eased to 5.09 per cent in July from a rise of 5.77 per cent in June, official data showed here on Tuesday.

Anti-Sikh riots: Delhi HC to hear victims' appeals against Sajjan Kumar

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday will hear appeals by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and victims against Congress leader Sajjan Kumar's acquittal in connection with 1984 Anti-Sikh killings case.

Books break barriers as Indo-Pak cultural exchanges diminish

NEW DELHI:  At a time when diplomatic exchanges between India and Pakistan are at a standstill and cultural initiatives across the border have taken a backseat, the literary space has become the avenue for exchange of ideas, thoughts and perspectives between the two rival nations separated at birth.

Guarantee no attack on critics of government: Umar Khalid to Modi

NEW DELHI: A day after he survived an attack on his life in the heart of the capital, JNU scholar Umar Khalid on Tuesday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to assure in his Independence Day speech that critics of the government won't be targeted.

Indian, Swedish food to boost IKEA shoppers' energy

HYDERABAD;  Walking through the sprawling, newly-opened IKEA store here needs energy and the company is making sure that customers get to recharge at its trademark restaurant. The 1,000-seater restaurant is the biggest among the Swedish home furnishings retailer's global network in 50 countries.

Rupee hits record low against US dollar

NEW DELHI: The Indian rupee on Tuesday slumped to its record low at 70 to the US dollar.

Unlike politburo, Bengal CPI-M state committee refers Chatterjee as 'comrade'

Kolkata: Contrary to the party politburo, the CPI-M West Bengal state committee paid tributes to veteran Communist leader and former Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee, who died here on Monday, detailing his long association with the party and addressing him as "comrade" on four occasions.

Indian Army to climb world's fifth highest peak Mt Makalu

NEW DELHI:  The Indian Army plans to scale the fifth highest mountain peak in the world, Mount Makalu (8485 metres), the government said on Monday.

Indian currency printed by Chinese firm? AAP takes on Modi government

NEW DELHI: The AAP government on Monday sought a clarification from the Centre following a report published in a Chinese daily claiming that a company there has been given the licence to print Indian currency.

Shah didn't disclose liabilities, suspend his RS membership: Congress to EC

NEW DELHI:  The Congress on Monday met Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) O.P. Rawat and demanded that BJP President Amit Shah's membership of the upper House be suspended for not disclosing his liabilities in his election affidavit during the Rajya Sabha polls last year.

Rahul targeting Modi over Rafale because of IT probe in NH case: Prasad

NEW DELHI:  The BJP on Monday hit out at Congress President Rahul Gandhi, saying he was spreading a "blatant lie" against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government over alleged corruption in the Rafale deal to escape the income tax department inquiry against him related to the National Herald case.

JNU scholar Umar Khalid targeted, escapes US Ambassador meets Rijiju in Delhi SC notice to Centre on plea for court-monitored CBI probe into official's suicide Pak to free 30 Indian prisoners today Boss' incivility can lead to bad parenting: Study Microsoft builds digital solution for CBSE to prevent paper leaks Shiv Sena dismisses PM's interviews as 'propaganda' Parliamenatry panel suggests periodic revision of train fares Excessive air pollution affects 660 m Indians: Researchers Former LS Speaker Somnath Chatterjee dies at 89 Somnath Chaterjee passes away, Rahul hails him as 'institution' Kovind, Modi mourn Somnath Chatterjee's demise Ad firms suffer as Google, Facebook dominate digital dollars: Report Why silent over pro-Khalistan rally in London, asks Congress Modi flays lynching, his ministers glorify it: AAP Burning of Constitution's copy at behest of those in power: Sisodia Jilted lover held for killing married woman in Delhi I share Trump's vision of prosperity for India, US: Modi Glitch-ridden GST was due to lack of time: GSTN CEO Karunanidhi: Scratches on my mind firm five years in Chennai 2 Bihar shelter home women dead Naipaul's death major loss to world of literature: Modi ISRO unveils bust of space pioneer Sarabhai in Bengaluru Delhi Metro parking lots to remain shut on I-Day Angels of hope: They make the poor and helpless aware of their rights Trump denounces racism ahead of white supremacist rally anniversary Cancer Survivor Children spread cancer awareness through various art forms Vodafone campus survival kit returns bigger and better – college life now #sortedhai Youth held for impersonating Patanjali Chief on Facebook Sharp shooter of Dilpreet-Rinda Gang, involved in attack on singer Parmish, nabbed after hot chase, cross-firing
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