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‘Univs should be bastions of free speech’
28 August 2016, New Delhi, Team MP
President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday said universities and institutions of higher learning must be bastions of free speech and expression and debates should be encouraged.
Mehbooba pins Kashmir hopes on Modi, slams Pak for unrest
Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday squarely blamed Pakistan and Separatists for fuelling the ongoing trouble in the Kashmir Valley that has been seething with public anger and violent anti-government protests for the past 50 days.
Father of abandoned girls had killed their 2-year-old brother, arrested
A day after the plight of two minor girls who were found starving and infested with maggots was highlighted by the media, Delhi Police on Saturday arrested their father.
Elderly couple forced to say goodbye after 62 years of marriage
A photograph of a crying elderly Canadian couple in wheelchairs, separated into two different care homes after 62 years of marriage because no beds were available together, has received international attention.
  MP EXCLUSIVE
Why is Aveek Sarkar so desperate to discredit Mamata Banerjee?
The ABP group owner wanted to play with the big boys of industry in Bengal but Mamata Banerjee has refused to play ball from day one. Even in matters which he had assumed were a cakewalk, he found...


Keep the passion alive: Anupam Roy tells Gen Y musicians
‘It took a lot of courage, but I finally quit my job and grabbed the right opportunity which...

NATION  
Kashmir suffers 50th day of Pak-plotted unrest, misery
Curfew and restrictions continued for the 50th day across the Kashmir Valley on Saturday with no let up in separatist-called shutdown as the death toll rose to 71 after the body of a man, allegedly chased by security forces during a stone-pelting protest a day ago, was fished out from Jhelum river.

  CITY
PM wants to reverse our decisions; they will arrest Maliwal, says CM
Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to reverse numerous decisions of the AAP government through Najeeb Jung and remove DCW chief Swati Maliwal who, he claimed, will be “arrested” soon.

  OPINION
Urjit Patel and the inflation battle
S Sethuraman
National Democratic Alliance government harps on a growth balance.
India needs to tread the innovation path to progress
Amit Dasgupta
Unless new ideas and new ways of doing things become part of our DNA, we face another lost...
Veteran affairs – A glaring contrast
Bhopinder Singh
The highest appreciation is not to utter words but to live by them.
Remembering Ayyankali
Guru Prakash and Sudarshan Ramabadran
Guru Prakash and Sudarshan Ramabadran discuss the impact of the social reformer from Kerala.

EDITORIAL

  BUSINESS
‘Why are most world arbitration court judges from West bloc?’
As India seeks to develop into a hub of international arbitration, Law and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Saturday lamented that only a...
Singapore company to build $400-mn IT park in Gurgaon
 WORLD
Italy holds mass funeral for earthquake victims
Italy held a tear-drenched funeral on Saturday for dozens of its earthquake victims as the country observed a day of mourning over a disaster that killed...
N Korea threatens to fire at US and South Korea troops
 SPORTS
Centurion Lewis takes Windies to 245/6 in first T20I
Riding on opener Evin Lewis’ century, West Indies posted 245/6 in the first T20 International against India at the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf...

MOVIES

ENTERTAINMENT
‘Men gossip more than women’
Being brought up in a Punjabi family, Ssumeir Pasricha alias Pammi aunty says that Pammi is a combination of all the ladies he has come across as a neighbour, his mother’s friends, aunties, nani and dadi and all those whom he still comes across.

FEATURES
Childhood head injury may up mental illness, mortality risk
Brain injuries, including concussions in childhood, can increase the risk of mental illness, poor school attainment as well as premature death, finds a study.

  PHOTO
PHOTO OF THE DAY  
Real Madrids forward Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal, kisses his trophy after winning the best player of the year award, during the UEFA Champions League draw, at the Grimaldi Forum, in Monaco.

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