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IPL & Betting: Gandalf’s Loot

With close to Rs. 300,000 crore at stake, the underground betting syndicates have adopted new methods to up their game significantly and that is keeping the law enforcement agencies on the hop
Jasvinder Sidhu Delhi

Will Bangladesh and India seal deals to ward off the dragon?

As Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s first bilateral visit to India in seven years draws closer, there is increased anxiety on both sides over the Teesta pact and a host of other agreements that are on the table
Sanjay Kapoor Dhaka


Govt snubs China over Dalai Lama’s Arunachal visit

The government has said that no additional colour should be ascribed to Dalai Lama’s religious and spiritual activities in India

Hardnews Bureau Delhi

UP to provide ''power for all'' by October 2018?

The BJP government in the state is currently working on a model to provide round-the-clock power to registered consumers, both urban as well as rural
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

African Envoys call March 28 attack on Nigerian students xenophobic

While condemning the attack, the envoys called for an independent investigation of the attack by human right organisations
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

Kejriwal questions integrity of ECI, wants EVMs to be released in public

AAP raises doubts over who is voting in the elections: the people or the electronic voting machine  
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

National Health Policy high on intent, low on implementation

While the NHP 2017 addresses on the surface the entire gamut of challenges by way of advocacy and suggestions, a step-by-step implementation framework that provides a roadmap to achieve the goals of the policy is conspicuous by its absence
Rachna Mantri Delhi

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AAP shows resilience in paying Rs 97 crore bill on government Ad spending

Facing flak over the issue of overspending on advertisements, the Arvind Kejriwal-led government challenged the authority of the SC-directed panel in issuing recovery orders 
Hardnews Bureau Delhi

Demonetisation: Chaos prevails as March 31 deadline expires

Confusion over whether the March 31 deadline to exchange old currency notes applied to NRIs only created ruckus outside the RBI office in Delhi. People braved the heat and left with a bitter heart, accusing the BJP government of being an NRI government
Shalini Sharma Delhi

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