TN getting ready for professional poll strategists

Aug 18 (IANS) The disconnect with the party cadre of current crop of political leaders, the death of two tall leaders – AIADMK’s J. Jayalalithaa and DMK’s M. Karunanidhi – and the entry of new political...

Shivpal’s party won’t contest UP Assembly bypolls

Polling begins in TN’s Vellore Lok Sabha constituency

Ahead of Maharashtra polls, Aditya Thackeray hits the road to ‘thank’ voters

Akhilesh, Mayawati feel CBI heat ahead of UP bypolls

PM Modi embarks on 3-nation visit

Aug 22 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday left the national capital for France to attend bilateral and multilateral programmes there. From France, Modi will travel to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain before...

Never met Indrani: Karti contradicts ED claims

20 Questions CBI posed to Chidambaram

With Modi visit, India cements strategic connect with Gulf nations

Crackdown on MNS ahead of Thackeray’s ED appearance

Address grievances of Kashmiris instead of silencing opposition voices

Source: Counterview.net Aug 6, Sharply criticizing the Government of India (GoI) decision for revoking the special status granted to Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), one of the world’s topmost rights-based NGOs, Human Rights Watch (HRW), in...

Lynching: India’s Shame!

Many Fierce Tyrants in India

Amid leadership crisis, Scindia, Deora quit party posts

Budget 2019: Can it clear the revenue mobilisation hurdle?

Kashmiri apple growers, cricket bat makers face losses

Aug 22 (IANS) Continuous lockdown in Jammu and Kashmir is having a big impact on apple farming in the Valley. With the harvesting season just round the corner, Kashmiri apple growers are a worried lot. The...

Economy doesn’t need fiscal stimulus to tackle slowdown: CEA

Centre to complement RBI’s efforts to beat slowdown

Slowdown woes: Parle may lay off 10,000 employees

Voda-Idea loss triggers Rs 21.5K cr m-cap loss in Birla firms

Sarwan feels WI can give India a run for their money

Aug 22 (IANS) While many would think that India will have a walk in the park in their Test series against West Indies, former WI skipper Ramnaresh Sarwan begs to differ. He feels that the boys...

PSG reject Barcelona offer for Neymar again: Reports

Flamengo, Boca win in Copa Libertadores

Brazil-born Elkeson set to debut for China

Roy probably suited for middle order: England coach

The opposition’s blind spot

Prime Minister Narendra Modi rightly began his Independence Day address by declaring that the abrogation of Articles 370 and 35A, approved by the two Houses of Parliament with a two-third majority, had restored ‘One Nation,...

Kashmir’s 1991 moment

Sushma Swaraj: A fiery leader and a mother figure

A History of Article 370

Source: Sabrangindia.in By AG Noorani Article 370: A Constitutional History of Jammu and Kashmir by AG Noorani is a collection of documents on Article 370 of the Constitution of India that contains “temporary provisions” with...

To what extent is European picture about India distorted? How democratic is its polity?

Rahul Gandhi Must Rediscover India

Russia to beef up western, eastern borders amid tensions

Aug 22 (IANS) Russia will strengthen defence in its western and eastern military districts due to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) ramping up activities near its borders, the country’s Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu has said....

Exit accord possible say Merkel, Johnson on Brexit

Russia will respond to new US missile threat: Putin

Trump likely to ending birthright citizenship

N.Korea warns of new cold war on Korean Peninsula

Hackers attack Indian healthcare website, steal 68 lakh records

Aug 22 (IANS) In a startling revelation, US-based cyber security firm FireEye said on Thursday that hackers broke into a leading India-based healthcare website, stealing 68 lakh records containing patient and doctor information. Without naming the...

22 Texas towns hit by ransomware attacks

India’s Chandrayaan-2 on course to Moon

Redmi TV with 70-inch display to launch on August 29

Air pollution linked to premature death risk

Aug 22 (IANS) Exposure to toxic air pollutants is linked to increased deaths due to cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, warn researchers. Conducted over a 30-year period, the study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine,...

Packaged food, drinks unhealthiest in India: Survey

Cellphone breaks not good for your brain: Study

A gene mutation can put you at alcoholism risk

Nepal bans single-use plastics on Everest region

Aug 22 (IANS) Nepal will make the Everest region a plastic-free zone by 2020 by banning single-use plastics, a move that will curb excessive pollution on the highest point of the Earths surface. The executive council...

Delhi govt rapped for opposing technology to combat pollution

Plantation drive along river banks in UP

Delhi-NCR to get 300 more EV charging stations in 6 months