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Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh knew everything in the process of allocating a coal block to Naveen Jindal group firm, ex-Jharkhand Chief Minister Madhu Koda told a special court on Wednesday.
Yashwant Sharma and Manu Deshmukh say that the Patel agitations doesn't represent a credible threat to the BJP dominance in Gujarat.
Dhruva Jaishankar says that the US-academics protesting Modi's visit to Silicon Valley are grievously misguided.
This picture of a dead Syrian toddler sums up the migrant crisis.
9 international celebrities, with tattoos showing an India connect.
The government is set to hack away a great deal of red tape with a new classification of industries that uses colour codes to denote environmental impact, a move that means 36 industries may need no green clearance at all.
Hillary Clinton's cache of mails released by the US State Department show more than 200 references to India.
30 VIPs are off the list of people provided special security.
India's killer roads claimed the lives of 75,000 people aged between 15 and 34 years last year.
Off The Front Page
Eclipsed by the BJP in Gujarat, the Congress has decided to shift the office of its state president to fix what it calls 'a fault in the stars'.
Villagers found several Buddhist sculptures, including a 100kg headless statue of Lord Buddha, during digging in a private farm in Mainpuri district of Uttar Pradesh on Monday.
The BJP and ally, Shiromani Akali Dal, are locked in a spat in Punjab over the naming of a new international airport in Mohali.
Amrita Dutta says that Indrani Mukerjea is being castigated because "...She is a mother who wanted out, who disowned her children and moved on..."
Shyam Ponappa says that the government has to intervene in the telecom sector to improve service quality.
Rohit Dhankar says that the tiff between the Centre and state policies over the 'no fail policy' reflects a lack of appreciating the implications of progressive schooling methods.