• Photo Feature

    People fetching water from a tank on the eve of World Water Day, in Bhopal.

    PTI Photo Tue Mar 21, 2017
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    Women carrying buckets of drinking water on their heads on the eve of World Water Day, in Jammu.

    PTI Photo Tue Mar 21, 2017
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    A girl waits for the arrival of water supply at a public tap next to plastic cans lined up by others for collecting drinking water in a hill area on the eve of World Water Day, in Guwahati.

    AP Photo/Anupam Nath Tue Mar 21, 2017
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    A woman in her traditional attire walks after collecting water from public tap on the eve of World Water Day, outskirts of Hyderabad.

    AP Photo/Mahesh Kumar A. Tue Mar 21, 2017
National March 24, 2017
The ministry has also asked to introduce new courses after analyzing market opportunity that will generate employment opportunities for students
National March 24, 2017
A juridical person can sue and be sued. It is for the Centre and the states and peoples to study the legal and political implications of the Uttarakhand court order and take remedial action if their interests are adversely affected.
National March 24, 2017
“Let it be, I have many cases against me,” he says in the video.
National March 24, 2017
He said the apex court will collect all the records electronically from the lower courts and the high courts so that there is no need to file hard copies.
National March 24, 2017
Chennithala, Congress’s north-east Observer and chairman of the screening committee for the just-concluded assembly elections in Manipur, talks to Outlook on the assembly elections, Rahul Gandhi’s leadership, CPI(M)-BJP clash in Kerala and more.
International Opinion March 24, 2017
There is a need for better coordination and cooperation among the armed forces of the two neighbouring countries...
International March 24, 2017
Two catastrophic wars in Europe between 1914 and 1945 left millions dead, and a continent devastated, divided and prostrate. For countries that had long been at war, European integration has been the most successful peace project in our history.
International March 23, 2017
Flight AI-171 with 230 passengers on board suffered a bird hit while it was on its way to London.
International Opinion March 22, 2017
To carry or not to: Ever-growing list of banned items on flights adds to confusion of fliers
International News Analysis March 20, 2017
Will Modi be able to deliver on Teesta convincing West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in lending her support to the agreement?
Features Babri Masjid March 22, 2017
The book says that there are records that a court official in Faizabad had admitted that the mosque was built on the birthplace of Lord Rama...
Features March 09, 2017
The university officials reportedly said that these references were based on the books of RSS ideologue and founder of Shiksha Bachao Andolan Samiti, Dinanath Batra.
Features Book Review February 27, 2017
A good book is the precious life-blood of a master spirit, embalmed and treasured up on purpose to a life beyond life
Features Cinema March 24, 2017
CBFC is said to have found the sequence 'incongruous' since ghosts are supposed to be eradicated not pacified with the recital of Hanuman Chalisa.
Features Arts And Entertainment March 23, 2017
Classical Indian tunes needn’t necessarily stick to time theory if pure aesthetics is of prime importance, going by a recent Carnatic-after-Hindustani session in spring-time Delhi
Features March 20, 2017
Balasubrahmanyam doesn’t need Ilayaraja’s permission to perform his songs. He is an equal owner. Ilayaraja though may seek his share of proceeds
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