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More than a decade after India first started the procurement process, it has finally inked an €8bn agreement to buy 36 Rafale fighter jets from France’s Dassault. The original deal was to buy 126 Rafales to replace the accident-prone Russian MiG-21s. Ultimately, the government offered to buy only 36 ready-to-fly planes.

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Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro is hosting the 31st Olympic Games from August 5 to 21. This is the first Olympics being held in South America and is going on even as a majority Brazilians are unhappy with their rulers. Here’s a quiz on some random Olympic facts and related trivia.
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THE SOCIAL NETWORK
Cover Story MAGAZINE October 10, 2016
Russia’s decision to hold military exercises with ­Pakistan in disputed PoK marks a shift in regional ­balance­. Now, India can’t take oldest ally for granted.
Cover Story MAGAZINE October 10, 2016
Along with punitive measures against Pakistan—a diplomatic offensive, boycott of the SAARC summit and talk of an Indus waters offensive—comes the ‘surgical strike’ across the LoC. India awaits a response.
Opinion MAGAZINE October 10, 2016
Rao should always be remembered for his culpability in letting the police stand by in Delhi when about 3,000 people were killed
Interview MAGAZINE October 10, 2016
Manish Sisodia on the controversies surrounding the constant spats between the Centre and the AAP government in Delhi
Cricket MAGAZINE October 10, 2016
Lalit Modi’s expulsion period from the BCCI ended this week. A return looks tough, and he’s uncertain.
Website October 01, 2016
Says SC judgment gives no directions to states to amend their constitution
Website September 30, 2016
Tropez unveils the bust of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, Princess of Chamba and her husband General Francois Allard
Website September 30, 2016
A biography of Feroze Gandhi brings to life a fiery parliamentarian
Website September 30, 2016
The problem is so gigantic that it becomes the main issue of hustling in all the State Legislatures and Parliamentary Elections
Website September 30, 2016
Many believe that Lalu has projected Nitish as Prime Ministerial Candidate primarily to spite the Congress
Website September 29, 2016
..It leads to rise of sub-regional group excluding Pakistan. India and others have more than once abstained from SAARC summit to shame, rap and spotlight the grouses against the host country.
Website September 29, 2016
Suicide of a family and the top official held by the CBI for graft leaves little to differentiate police from the premier probe agency, which narrowly escaped being declared unconstitutional two years ago.
Website September 29, 2016
Will the Board reveal the secret at Friday's crucial special general meeting?
Blog October 01, 2016
Watch: With tears running down her eyes and nose, a nine-year-old black girl tells the world: ‘‘I don’t like how we’re treated. Just because of
Blog September 29, 2016
The teaser begins with a question most hormone-ravaged teenagers like to ask their father: “Hey pop, how come you never liked me”?
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More than a decade after India first started the procurement process, it has finally inked an €8bn agreement to buy 36 Rafale fighter jets from France’s Dassault. The original deal was to buy 126 Rafales to replace the accident-prone Russian MiG-21s. Ultimately, the government offered to buy only 36 ready-to-fly planes.
Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro is hosting the 31st Olympic Games from August 5 to 21. This is the first Olympics being held in South America and is going on even as a majority Brazilians are unhappy with their rulers. Here’s a quiz on some random Olympic facts and related trivia.
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