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Realignment of Forces: Reality or Mirage?

Nelambroy
Sr. Editor

The fifteenth general elections have heralded a major shift towards single party dominance. Though it cannot be emphatically concluded that this dominance would continue, the BJP under Modi’s dispensation is sure to enforce its ...

Rise and Fall of Jagan

Nelambroy
Sr. Editor

The 2014 general election in AP is a watershed election in more ways than one. Bifurcation preceded it and the scars of vivisection were too fresh in public memory. Given the complexity of Indian society and the range of factors that a...

Less numbers in Rajya Sabha: Limiting factor for Modi

Ram
Sr. Editor

People voted en mass to MODI hoping a big change in governance and development. Results will be announced tomorrow. There is no doubt about his victory and forming of Government.Any changes in basic policies will come through enactment...

The Emergence of Modi as Strong Leader

Ram
Sr. Editor

The lengthy election process is over. The nine phase election process started with North East States and concluded with most populated States i.e. UP, Bihar and West Bengal. The climax also witnessed election to Varanasi with mega Road...

Pawan Kalyan a Trend Setter in Politics

Ram
Sr. Editor

The much awaited Pawan Kalyan’s new Party has borne. The name of Party, JANA SENA is touching the hearts of common man. The way he spoke; the way he narrated; the way he presented convinced his fans that it is a hope for alternative ...

What does the future hold for Seemaandhra?

Ram
Sr. Editor

Some Proposals for the New StateWhat does the future hold for Seemaandhra? Bifurcation of the state is a now a certainty – a certainty that is being refuted by Seemaandhra protagonists just to keep their opposition to bifurcatio...

Emergence of far-right group in American politics

Ram
Sr. Editor

Washington DC: The birth of Tea party few years ago in USA has brought far right ideas to the centre stage. The spirit of original Tea party movement is said to be their objective. It was more than 250 years back, the European settlers...

Politics

Andhra Pradesh/Telangana

No going back on loan waiver: Chandrababu Naidu

No going back on loan waiver: Chandrababu Naidu

Asserting that his government was committed to fulfilling all the promises it made before the elections, Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu said the ...

Chandrababu Naidu blames KCR for power crisis in Telangana

Chandrababu Naidu blames KCR for power crisis in Telangana

VIJAYAWADA: AP chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Tuesday said the KCR government in Telangana state had no vision to tackle power crisis.He accuse...

Telangana Congress asks Governor to ensure relief to farmers in state

Telangana Congress asks Governor to ensure relief to farmers in state

Hyderabad: A delegation of Telangana Congress on Tuesday met Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan and urged him to intervene immediately to provide relief to fa...

Explosion at firecrackers making unit; one dead, two injured

Explosion at firecrackers making unit; one dead, two injured

Machilipatnam: One person in Machilipatnam of Krishna district was killed after an explosion in yet another firecrackers making unit. Two others suffe...

Andhra Pradesh sets Rs 1.5 lakh as ceiling for loan waiver

Andhra Pradesh sets Rs 1.5 lakh as ceiling for loan waiver

HYDERABAD: The Andhra Pradesh government has decided to drop its earlier idea of insisting on one-family-one-bank-account for farmers to be eligible f...

National/International

Govt to tell SC names of Swiss bank account holders

Govt to tell SC names of Swiss bank account holders

The government will likely disclose to the Supreme Court next week names of people against whom strong evidence exists of stashing away black money in...

Haryana elections: BSP first mooted idea of non-jat as Haryana CM

Haryana elections: BSP first mooted idea of non-jat as Haryana CM

NEW DELHI: BJP's choice of a non-jat as chief minister of Haryana marks the culmination of a rallying cry that was sparked by Dalit czarina Mayawati a...

Ex-Maharashtra ministers told to vacate official residences tomorrow

Ex-Maharashtra ministers told to vacate official residences tomorrow

Mumbai: Ministers in erstwhile Congress-NCP government in Maharashtra, which is currently under President's rule, have been asked to vacate their offi...

Twitter 'source of all evil': Top Saudi cleric

Twitter 'source of all evil': Top Saudi cleric

Riyadh: Twitter is nothing more than "a source of lies" and evil, Saudi Arabia's top Muslim cleric said, in comments that sparked lively debate Tuesda...

Canadian soldier killed in ‘Islamist’ car attack

Canadian soldier killed in ‘Islamist’ car attack

Saint Jean Sur Richelieu: One of two Canadian soldiers hit by a car in a city near Montreal has died and authorities are examining whether the driver&...

Indian researcher Vikram Patel wins Sarnat Prize for mental health research

Washington: An Indian medical researcher has been awarded the US-based Institute of Medicine's (IOM) 2014 Sarnat Prize for his contributions to improving mental health care in developing countries.Vikram Patel on Monday was presented with the Sarnat Prize, which consists of a medal and USD 20,000, at IOM's annual meeti...

Indian-American indicted for violating cash reporting in US

An Indian-American perfume trader from Texas has been indicted by a federal court on charges of failing to report over 40 cash tra...

NRIs set up firm to promote Indian events in UK

London: A group of NRIs have come together to set up a company with the purpose of planning and promoting India-related events in ...

6 PIOs-led firms among 100 fastest-growing biz in US: Fortune

NEW YORK: Six firms founded and headed by Indian-origin persons are among the 100 fastest-growing businesses located in American c...

Shrien Dewani ‘threw a pizza party days after wife’s murder’

Honeymoon murder suspect Shrien Dewani threw a pizza party for 500 people days after allegedly masterminding a hit on his new wife...

Indian diaspora in Britain urged to invest in energy, manufacturing

NEW DELHI | LONDON: The 24th Overseas Indian Facilitation Centre (OIFC) Diaspora Engagement Meet, held in London, focused on partn...

Indian-American jailed in US for selling fake sculptures

An Indian-American foundry owner, who claimed that he had been invited to participate in building the world’s largest statue...

Indian American doctor honoured

WASHINGTON: A top Indian American doctor who heads the prestigious Carnegie Mellon University, will be inducted into the Institute...

Indian engineer sentenced for stealing trade secrets

New York: An Indian engineer has been sentenced to 18 months in prison and ordered to pay thousands of dollars in restitution for ...

Feds Getting Ready for Executive Action on Immigration

León Rodríguez, the new head of Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), recalled how he was put on the “wait list” and eventually denied admission to Georgetown Law School, where he spoke Tuesday.He tried to persuade the school’s officials to let him in and was told he was lucky to be on a wai...

Centre plans to open up coal mines to private companies

New Delhi: A day after deciding to e-auction coal mines cancelled by the Supreme Court to captive users, finance minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday said commercial mining of coal will soon be opened for private sect...

Doing business in India to get easy, registration in just a day

NEW DELHI: In order to make India a better place to do business, the government is working to cut down the time for registering a business from 27 days to a single day. Towards this end, it has readied a raft of m...

Troubled West Indies continue to hunt for new Head Coach

Antigua: West Indies might be in neck deep trouble after their team’s pull...

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WICB in crisis meet after legal threat from India

Bridgetown, Barbados: The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) began an emergency me...

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Rajasthan under-19 player slams record 18 sixes in double ton

Greater Noida: A Rajasthan under-19 player named Aditya Garwal on Tuesday hit 18...

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