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To prevent the ghettoisation of Hindus, the Ministry of Home Affairs has said that while 50 percent of the houses in the proposed "composite township" in Kashmir will be reserved for displaced Kashmiri Pandits, the rest may be up for sale to Kashmiri Muslims.
HuffPost founder and editor-in-chief Arianna Huffington spoke with journalist Shekhar Gupta on NDTV's 'Walk The Talk' show about the success of the eponymous news portal, debating Benazir Bhutto and her spiritual connect with India.
A group of 10 photographers in and around Kathmandu have started the 'NepalPhotoProject', capturing the rescue operations underway.
This drone footage of the aftermath of the Nepal Earthquake shows the extent of the damage.
Exemplifying the starkest fears of critics of India’s land acquisition policy, the Madhya Pradesh government issued an ordinance on Monday to amend laws and thereby allow industrialists and private developers to easily buy as much agricultural land as they want for non-agricultural activities.
In the latest twist to the tension between the government and the judiciary over the appointment of future judges, the NDA government said that a 1993 judgment—that was the foundation of those rooting for the pre-eminence of the judiciary--was invalid.
Chennai-born Raja Rajeswari has been sworn-in as a criminal court judge in New York by Mayor Bill de Blasio, becoming the first India-born woman to be appointed a judge in New York City.
Anil Ambani-led Reliance Power’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Jharkhand Integrated Power Ltd. (JIPL), has pulled out of one of its most ambitious power projects at Tilaiya, Jharkhand, citing delays in the availability of land for the 3960 MW enterprise.
Indian pharma company Wockhardt today announced it was recalling 13 of its drugs sold in America and manufactured at its plants in Maharashtra, after US drug inspectors said these weren’t being properly made.
Underlining who’s the boss in West Bengal, Mamata's Trinamul Congress steamrolled the Opposition by winning 70 of the 91 civic bodies that went to polls across Bengal and bagging a record 114 of the 144 wards in the Calcutta Municipal Corporation.
Eight convicts -- two Australians, one from Brazil and four from Africa, as well as a Indonesian -- were put to death by a firing squad in Indonesia in the high-security prison island of Nusakambangan, inspite of international protests condemning the nature of the execution.
Off The Front Page
After the crusading antics of Somnath Bharti, the law portfolio is turning out to be a jinx for the Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi, with minister Jitender Singh Tomar, in the dock over allegations that he had forged his degrees.
Like a washing machine that has had too much detergent put in it, Varthur lake – one of the largest lakes in Bengaluru city – started to spout five-feet-high froth, a result of improperly-treated effluent being discharged into the lake.
Captain Ritesh Goel, an Army doctor, was nothing short of God for 70 mountaineers stuck during the Nepal earthquake. He provided first-aid and stabilised nearly 70 climbers who had fractured their limbs and attended to eight persons with serious head injuries for about 14 hours before rescue helicopters arrived.
In an oxymoronic instance of stingy generosity, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has said it would offer all-embracing support to Nepal to rebuild temples and houses that have been trampled by the earthquake.
An insurance agent, charged with rape by his wife, studied law to successfully defend himself in court and has now slapped a counter-suit on her for defamation.
Colin Gonzalves, in The Hindu, says that the environment minister is trying to “finish off what little is left of the Himalayas, its rivers and glaciers.”
Pushkar, in The Hindustan Times, says that India’s elite institutions have not made as much progress as China’s.
Ashutosh Varshney, in The Indian Express, argues that to leave farmers on the land and not give them skills for urban and industrial lives “is equal to trapping them in misery.”