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Don't appoint tainted persons as ministers: SC
PTI
New Delhi: Sending a strong message that people against whom criminal and corruption charges have been framed be not inducted as ministers, the Supreme Court today said Prime Minister and Chief Ministers should desist from making such appointments and act in "national interest". A five-judge Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice R. M. Lodha, however, stopped short of prescribing...
NATION
PM approves committee to review obsolete laws
KASHMIR
India, Pak hold flag meet to defuse border tension
ABUSE
Court sends shooter's husband to transit remand
Cover Story
IT TAKES TWO TO TANGLE 
Narendra Modi has bared his teeth. And flexed his muscles. But by calling off talks with Islamabad, has he fallen into a trap set by the Pakistani army?
A mixed bag
Domestic foul
Wrong to call off talks
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Courage To Go Beyond
Ghosts who sign
Corporate giants and local administration forge signatures of dead villagers to get sanction for power projects
Bruised, but not broken
Home Alone
The muck stops here?
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Health
Ban e-cigarette sales to minors: WHO 
Geneva: The World Health Organisation called on governments to ban the sale of e-cigarettes to minors,...
Govt finalises health assurance programme
'Flight restrictions hamper Ebola response'
Japan could offer unapproved Ebola drug
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Two states
Family matters
Interview/ Siddaramaiah
History meets religion
Powerpuff girls
Current Events
Govt to emphasise on e-governance: Jitendra
The government will emphasise on e-governance measures to ensure good and simplified governance, Union...
Will quit politics if charges proven: Rajnath Singh
Sharif defiant amid calls for ouster
Seven countries join US in arming Kurds against IS
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Business
Prasad unveils dot Bharat domain name
Telecommunications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad Wednesday unveiled the dot Bharat domain name, an...
AI website crashes on heavy booking for tickets
Waive taxes to promote cycle ownership: TERI
DLF to comply with SC direction to deposit Rs 630 cr fine
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@Leisure
Sports
United's humiliation is MK Don's glory
From being the most reviled club in British football, MK Dons woke up on Wednesday to find they had gained...
Boxers may not compete under national flag
Bopanna-Qureshi bows out of US Open
Teenager overshadows Serena, Federer
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Patkar seeks probe into Kandhamal riots
Seeking a high level probe into the 2008 riots in Odisha's Kandhamal district, social activist Medha...
Lalu aide candidate for lone council seat
Out on a limb
Over 12 lakh affected in Assam floods
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My Take Cast Your Vote
freewheeling  |  Derek O'Brien
Let's be fair on fare
In the 1890s, my mother’s grandfather joined the Bengal Nagpur Railway. For my family, this began a four-generation association with the railways. He rose to become an assistant engineer, working in the area ...  
grand slam  |  Sania Mirza
Quietly brilliant
It is unfortunate that one of India’s finest tennis players has played the last professional match of his career and is yet to be accorded the kind of hero’s farewell, which he so richly deserves, by ...  
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Party Snacks
Flight change
The BJP is feeling the change that its new president, Amit Shah, has brought to the party. Senior party...
Pincode
Needle hill
A light shower lowers the temperature but doesn't slow down traffic as travellers continue their slow...
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