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Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has said Narendra Modi could have succeeded as prime minister because he often got his diagnosis right but "failed" on account of poor prescriptions.


The Congress Sunday criticised BJP president Amit Shah's remarks on the Supreme Court's Sabarimala temple verdict, saying the ruling party's goal was to first weaken and then finish institutions.


Union Minister Jayant Sinha on Sunday cautioned people against falling for "untruths and fake narratives" on social media.


After labelling them as betrayers, the AIADMK has extended an olive branch to its 18 disqualified MLAs, asking them to jump on to the ruling party bandwagon and flayed AMMK leader T T V Dhinakaran for "misleading" them.


A man has been apprehended by Central Railway authorities in suburban Mankhurd here for allegedly booking long-distance train tickets worth Rs 2.12 lakh online using unauthorised methods, a senior official said Sunday.


People residing close to the JNU campus here might soon get the opportunity to be on air with the university all set to launch a community radio station as part of its "social responsibility".


The Congress Sunday charged the Modi dispensation at the Centre and the Raman Singh government in Chhattisgarh for failing to contain naxal violence, saying the chief minister has forfeited his right to continue in power.


Two bike-borne men were killed Sunday after an unidentified vehicle hit them in Rajasthan's Hanumangarh district, police said.

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Pradeep Kapoor

All is not well with UP Police. If remedial steps are not taken in time, there could be a situation like the PAC revolt on 1973. The large scale protest by the policemen over the action against two constables involved in the shooting of Apple executive Vivek Tewari is causing a major worry to the Yogi government.

Ashok B Sharma

Tourism has become a mantra for Uzbekistan to bolster its economy. There is a steady rise in the contribution of travel and tourism to the Uzbek economy. With a number of sites in the country designated by UNESCO as heritage sites, the Central Asian Republic has drawn up a perspective plan to market tourism in a big way on a global scale. As most of the UNESCO heritage sites belong to the Islamic period, the country is planning to expand its basket of tourism products by including sites of pre-Islamic period, namely ancient Buddhist sites.

Arun Srivastava

During the 2014 general election campaign in his Varanasi constituency Narendra Modi had said; “Ganga Maa has called me to serve her”. But after becoming prime minister, he conveniently forgot his words and promises. A true son of Ganga, Prof G D Agarwal, lost his life after 111 days hunger strike for protection of Ganga, but it failed to move his conscience.
After Agrawal’s death the local people came to realise his sacrifice. They reminisced Modi’s words during the campaign and started searching her son; but he was not to be seen anywhere.

Justice Sathyanarayanan has upheld the disqualification of eighteen AIADMK MLAs owing allegiance to Sasikala, the jailed former aide of the late Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalitha. This gives a reprieve to Chief Minister E. K. Palaniswami to continue in power. If the disqualification had been struck down, the Palaniswami Government would have been reduced to a minority. Sasikala, it may be recalled, had claimed the mantle of her menor Jayalalithaa and staked claim for chief ministership.