Nation

Wanted to Quit in 2012, but Stayed on after Nirbhaya: Sheila Dikshit

After the Nirbhaya incident, resigning would have been seen as fleeing the "battlefield", Sheila Dikshit, the former Delhi chief minister writes in 'Citizen Delhi: My Times, My Life'.

Business

To Check GST Evasion, Govt May Levy Cess on Pan Masala at Manufacturing Stage

Commodities like pan masala are prone to tax evasion as they are available in small sachets and are bought mostly in cash and hence tracking their final supplies is difficult for tax authorities.

World

Indian Worker Dies in UAE After Diesel Container Falls on Him

Police received a call at the operation room about the incident and rushed to the site where the worker was found dead, the Khaleej Times reported.

Sport

Tata Steel Masters: Anand Suffers Shock Loss Against Kramnik

Indian grandmaster Viswanathan Anand's quest for a record sixth title suffered a setback as he slumped to a shock defeat against Vladimir Kramnik of Russia in the seventh round of the Tata Steel Masters chess tournament, here.

Nation

India Can Attack Its Enemies Not Only on its Soil, But Also in a Foreign Territory: Rajnath Singh

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh's remarks came almost a week after the Indian Army carried out a "retaliatory action" against Pakistani troops, killing seven of their soldiers and injuring four others along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district

World

Iraq sentences German woman to death for IS ties

Court says she provided logistical support to terror group

Cricket

Kohli & Co Didn't Gain Anything Playing Sri Lanka: Harbhajan

Senior off-spinner Harbhajan Singh is of the opinion that India's home series against Sri Lanka served little purpose ahead of the gruelling tour of South Africa.

Nation

A Missile, Bomb, Meteor or Gift From Aliens? Poop from Aircraft Befuddles Gurugram Village

The news spread like wildfire and a few minutes later, a large number of the villagers had circled the frigid "rock", which later turned out to be human poop.

World

Last-ditch bid to end impasse

U.S. Senators to vote today on a funding measure to end government shutdown

Nation

CPI(M) Kerala unit has done it again

Leaves its imprint on party’s tactical line

Nation

Indian scientists dispute minister's anti-Darwinism statement

'Nobody, including our ancestors, in written or oral, have said they saw an ape turning into a man'

Nation

Mani, CPI(M) move one step closer to tie-up

Alleged move to withdraw cases against MLAs who assaulted Mani in Assembly

Entertainment

Black Panther is Marvel’s James Bond: Ryan Coogler

Black Panther will kick off 2018 for Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe. Chadwick Boseman’s Black Panther debuted in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War (fighting from Tony’s side).

Nation

Big Blow to AAP, 20 MLAs Stand Disqualified as President Approves EC Recommendation

Twenty Delhi MLAs of the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) were disqualified on Sunday with the President of India approving an Election Commission recommendation against the lawmakers in office-of-profit case.

Sport

Australian Open: Rafael Nadal Fights Off Gutsy Schwartzman to Reach Quarters

Spain's Rafael Nadal fought off tenacious Argentine Diego Schwartzman to win through to the quarter-finals of the Australian Open on Sunday, ensuring he remains world number one after the tournament ends

Politics

Rahul Gandhi Has a Slot for Everyone, Knows Whom to Utilise Where, Says Ahmed Patel

"Gujarat poll results have boosted the morale of Congress workers, not only in Gujarat but all over India, and given them the belief that the BJP can be defeated," the 68-year-old leader said.

Cricket

Sachin Tendulkar Lauds Team India for Winning Blind World Cup

Legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has lauded Team India for lifting their second Blind World Cup title on Saturday.

Cricket

There’s no one to help wicketkeepers in India, says Kiran More

Kiran More wants wicket-keeping coaches who can travel with the team and get the glovemen ready before the first game on an away tour.

Cricket

21st January 2000: Abdul Razzaq's All-round Show Grounds India

Pakistan has produced many great players who have taken the team to new heights. Back in the 2000s, the reason they were so successful was because every player contributed on the field. One such player who was always involved in the game was Abdul Razzaq.

Cricket

Wounded India get down to business again ahead of third Test

Looking to salvage pride in the third Test beginning, in Johannesburg, on Wednesday, team India got down to business at the Wanderers with a practice session that lasted just under four hours.

Cricket

New Zealand vs Pakistan Live Online streaming: When and where to watch NZ v Pak 1st T20I, tv coverage

The first T20I between New Zealand and Pakistan will take place in Wellington on Monday.

Nation

Bawana Fire: Cracker Factory Owner Did Not Have Necessary Clearances For Operations, Claims DSIIDC Report

Many locals had alleged the factory owner Manoj Jain, who was sent to judicial custody earlier in the day, had asked his workers to not to utter a single word about the factory to their relatives.

Technology

Thisara Perera halts Sri Lanka slide after win over Zimbabwe

Thisara Perera starred with bat and ball as Sri Lanka ended their recent dismal run by beating Zimbabwe by five wickets in the tri-nation one-day international tournament on Sunday.

Fashion

Ranveer Singh’s quirky ode to 1980s-90s cult movies with this bespoke suit at Filmfare Awards 2018

Ranveer Singh wears an ode to cult movies from the 1980s and 1990s at the Filmfare Awards 2018, with posters of Ajooba, Baazigar, Ghayal and Ram Lakhan, among many others. The suit is a bespoke piece by Karrtik D, and beautifully melds movies, fashion and

Nation

Delhi Waqf Board's Draft Graveyard Policy Proposes Annual Fee for Burials

The policy also recommends "reuse" of the land and that no pucca or permanent grave be allowed, said a Waqf Board official. The grave would be allowed only on allotment basis for a minimum period of 3 years and up to a period of 30 years against the payme

Sport

Here's what Kyrgios told Dimitrov after epic Australian Open match

Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov kept cool in the Rod Laver Arena maelstrom to knock home favourite Nick Kyrgios out of the Australian Open in a fourth-round thriller on Sunday.

Politics

Prakash Karat Prevails Over Sitaram Yechury, CPI(M) Says No to Alliance With Congress in 2019

The CPI(M) will have no alliance with the Congress in 2019 general elections, the party's central committee passed a resolution to that effect .

Nation

Why Congress lost Delhi in 2013, Sheila Dikshit reveals in autobiography

"Our party was defeated in unambiguous terms," she says about the defeat to the Aam Aadmi Party in 2013.

Nation

Passengers block bus movement

Say no bus to Textile City was started from Dindigul

Entertainment

Clash averted! 'Sony Ke Titu Ki Sweety' won't lock horns with 'Pad Man' and 'Aiyaary', will now release on this date

The release of Akshay Kumar's Pad Man was pushed to February 9 to allow a solo release for Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmaavat...

Hollywood

The Shape of Water wins top Producers Guild Award

Women and inclusivity continued to dominate the awards season conversation Saturday at the Producers Guild Awards, where Guillermo del Toro's fantastical romance "The Shape of Water" won the top award

Nation

CISF Begins Security Consultancy at Schools in Major Cities

The consultancy fee is around Rs 4 lakh for an average school.

Sport

South Africa v/s India: Temba Bavuma ruled out of final Test

South African batsman Temba Bavuma was on Sunday ruled out of the third Test against India owing to a fractured ring finger.

Delhi

When they couldn’t do anything, they disqualified our 20 MLAs: Kejriwal hits back at BJP

The harsh reaction came in the wake of the President going ahead with the Election Commission's recommendation to disqualify 20 MLAs.

Nation

Office of Profit Case: Arvind Kejriwal Attacks BJP, Says Will Approach HC Against Disqualification of 20 AAP MLAs

Adding further, the Delhi Chief Minister asserted that if required AAP will go to the Supreme Court.

Cricket

Sri Lanka series at home served little purpose, we hardly gained anything out of it: Harbhajan Singh

Stating that venues could have also been chosen wisely, Harbhajan maintained that Dharmasala with its high altitude, cooler weather, seam movement would have been ideal preparation for the Indian team.

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