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Jet Airways lenders ‘reasonably hopeful’ of successful bids for grounded airline

Mumbai: Lenders to India’s Jet Airways Ltd said on Thursday they are “reasonably hopeful” that the bidding process for the grounded airline will end successfully. Jet...

Larger conspiracy in Saradha scam alleged

Officer names two top BJP leaders Former Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar has claimed that the allegations raised against him in connection with the multi-core...

Poll officer searches PM Modi’s chopper, gets suspended for violating norms...

Bhubaneswar: An officer posted as General Observer in Odisha has been suspended by the Election Commission for allegedly checking Prime Minister Narendra Modi's helicopter...

This is a fight for the very idea of India: Rahul...

Speaking to The Hindu, the Congress president says there’s a clear link between national and livelihood security and the aspirations of youngsters and farmers;...

Tough fight in Tamil Nadu as state sees first polls after...

Mumbai: This is the first time that Tamil Nadu is going to vote without the towering presence of its two late politicians J Jayalalithaa...

Rain, thunderstorm leave over 50 dead in four States

Unseasonal storm damages crops in Gujarat, Rajasthan Over 50 people were killed as rain, coupled with thunderstorm and lightning, hit several parts of Rajasthan, Madhya...

Odisha gears up for second phase of Lok Sabha, Assembly polls

Bhubaneswar: Over 76.93 lakh voters will on Thursday decide the fate of 279 candidates, including Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik and Union minister Jual Oram,...

A big country needs a strong leader like me to rule...

Solapur: Attacking Congress and Opposition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said that he is being targeted because he is from backward community. "The Congress...

TikTok vanishes from Google, Apple app stores after ban

The Madras High Court asked the Tamil Nadu government on April 3 to ban TikTok, saying it encouraged pornography and warning that sexual predators...

Five million people lost job opportunities after demonetisation: study

The 'State of Working India' report, published by Azim Premji University, was released on Tuesday Since the November 8, 2016 demonetisation, at least five million...
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