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Brothers grim: Will sibling rivalry hurt RJD?

RJD insiders attribute the differences between the brothers to Tej feeling neglected as the party is being virtually run by Tejashwi.

Market Movers: What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping

Let us check out the factors that may bring action to the domestic market on Wednesday.

Learn lesson of affection, love from Taj Mahal: Akhilesh Yadav to PM

Yadav tweeted hours before the prime minister's visit to the city during which he will launch several projects worth Rs 2,980 crore and address a public meeting.

NDTV entitled to tax deduction on news software export: HC

A bench of Justices S Muralidhar and Pratibha M Singh dismissed the Income Tax department's appeal against the ITAT July 2004 decision.

Death amid jostling crowds at Everest’s tip: ‘It’s like a zoo’

“It was scary,” Ed Dohring said “It was like a zoo” on reaching the top pf Mount Everest.

Sharad Pawar's pullout exposes family rift, his weakening grip

Pawar had the last word in NCP until now. However, despite his reservation, Parth and father Ajit started cultivating the Maval constituency.

Market Movers: What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping

Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) bought Rs 1,038.58 crore worth of domestic stocks on Tuesday.

Bharat Financial, IndusInd Bank gain on merger news

The swap ratio is likely to be set at 1.5 shares of Bharat Financial Inclusions for every one share of IndusInd Bank, ET Now had reported last week.

Railways to launch recruitment drive for 1.3 lakh vacancies

An Indicative Notice will be published in Employment News on the forthcoming recruitments in Railways on Saturday.

BCCI puts ball in government’s court over India’s match against Pakistan in Cricket World Cup

There has been a call to boycott the June 16 World Cup face-off against Pakistan at the Old Trafford in the aftermath of the Pulwama terror attack.

It’s Nirupam Vs Deora in Mumbai Congress

Mumbai Congress president Sanjay Nirupam and senior Mumbai Congress leader Milind Deora are engaged in a war of words. Deora has lashed out at Nirupam on Tuesday in a series of tweets.

Delhi government doubles honorarium for Anganwadi workers, helpers

The honorarium of Anganwadi workers has been increased from Rs 5,000 to Rs 9,678 and of Anganwadi helpers from Rs 2,500 to Rs 4,839, Sisodia said.

We hope to have better relations with India after elections: Pak PM Imran Khan

"Unless there is peace and stability in region, economic prosperity is difficult for Pakistan," Imran said.

House panel’s summons to Twitter may not hurt revenues: Experts

Twitter had 30.4 million active users in India last year, according to Statista.

After India, WhatsApp to globally limit forwarded messages to 5 chats at a time

The messaging platform also said that the move will help in staying focused on private messaging with close contacts.

Govt should compensate victims of its inaction: Delhi High Court

The court said that as a result of the polluted groundwater, several persons of the area are suffering from cancer.

GST relief for pharma samples, discount offers

Close to two years after GST was launched, the finance ministry sought to provide some answers on the question of discounts and freebies.

Alarming air pollution level in Delhi: Masks, masks everywhere!

The toxic haze hanging over Delhi today thickened, leading to near zero visibility at many places, even as air quality slid further and touched calamitous levels.

As focus shifts to mandir, Ayodhya gets media centre

ET has seen a copy of the order issued by the UP govt on Dec14, sanctioning Rs 99.81 lakh for the project which envisages a new building with computers, LED televisions and rooms for accommodation for journalists.

Reports of active political role for Priyanka fake news: Congress

"These are government planted fabrications and distractions. They require no comment from the Congress, except that I dismiss this," Anand Sharma said.

FPIs pour Rs 5,300 crore into equities in February so far

However, FPIs pulled out a net amount of Rs 248 crore from the bond market during the period.

Vivek Oberoi to play PM Narendra Modi in comeback Bollywood biopic

The biopic titled 'PM Narendra Modi' will be directed by Omung Kumar.

Pulwama attack: Sehwag offers to fund education of martyrs' children; Vijender Singh donates a month's salary

The former cricketer took to Twitter to offer the children a place at the Sehwag International School.

Test your skills: Here's your chance to win Rs 2 cr at India's biggest online poker event

The tournament, dubbed 'Game Changer', is good news for poker enthusiasts.

Pulwama terror attack: Virat Kohli postpones Indian Sports Honours as a mark of respect to the martyrs

Indian Sports Honours is an initiative of Virat Kohli Foundation and RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group.

Indian Air Force collates proof of strikes at Balakot camp

Information gathered by air force sensors, satellite images ready as pressure increases on government.

Copycat Attack: Pulwama similar to recent attack in Iran

Home ministry sources said country security managers should keep an eye on emerging trends in terrorism in the immediate surroundings and sensitise formations as soon as possible.

Rumours grow of rift between Saudi King, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

The development holds the prospect of derailing some of the reforms initiated by the ambitious Crown Prince, referred to as "MBS".

Salary increments likely to be better than last year in most sectors: Survey

The best-paying sectors for high performers will be consumer internet, professional services, financial institutions, hi-tech and ITeS.

Today's Gold Price: Track the latest trends and news

The yellow metal was trading 0.24 per cent, or Rs 70, up at Rs 28,789 per 10 gram around 10.45 am (IST).

Softbank investing in Jio as Mukesh Ambani deleverages business

"Softbank has long been seen as a potential investor in Jio," JPMorgan said.

Jet stock hits air pocket on Etihad offer, plunges 8%

According to media reports, the discount is as much as 49 per cent to its Tuesday closing price.

NHRC notices to Centre, govts of Delhi, Punjab, Haryana on 'toxic haze'

The National Human Rights Commission today criticised authorities for not taking proper steps to tackle the "hazard", amounting to violation of right to life and health.

Strongly condemn Naxal attack in Chhattisgarh: Union Information and Broadcasting Minister

Two policemen were also injured in the attack in Dantewada district of the poll-bound state.

How Apple TV+ can make it big in India? Desi content & easy pricing, say experts

Indian users would spend money only if the content and pricing is really disrupting.

Amid infighting between its officers, CBI registered 67 cases in January alone

The probe agency had filed a total of 765 cases in 2018 as against 940 in 2017.

Jet Airways climbs 2% on talks of third partner

Shares of the company had jumped over 5 per cent on Thursday.

Sensex slumps 500 pts, Nifty below 11,600; what caused this pain

Brent crude futures jumped 3.3 per cent to hit a five-month high of $74.31 a barrel on Monday.

Plea in Supreme Court to ensure transparency at fuel stations

The plea filed by advocate Amit Sahni claimed that petrol pump owners are indulging in "systematic and organised cheating" with customers.

Chinese TV show entire Jammu & Kashmir as part of India

It is not yet known whether this was a deliberate and calculated move by the Chinese government or not. This, however, may draw reaction from Islamabad and the Pakistan Army.

Working to improve nightlife in Delhi: Minister

The minister further stressed once a vibrant and thriving nightlife sets in the Capital, problems of law and order will be done away with.

Syed Shuja given asylum in March 2018, claims IJA document

However, the name in the document is Syed Hyder Ahmed and date of birth April 4, 1983.

Imran Khan ready to dial PM Narendra Modi, return IAF pilot: Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi

Qureshi even said Prime Minister Imran Khan is ready to talk to Narendra Modi on the telephone and ready to extend an invitation of peace.

Delhi’s Rohingya may prefer drowning in the Yamuna to leaving India

Some 4 lakh Rohingya are believed to have fled to Bangladesh following attacks by an armed group called the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army on security posts.

Modi targeting Pawar to grab headlines: NCP's Supriya Sule

The PM, in his election rallies in Maharashtra, has been speaking about internal affairs of the NCP and the Pawar family.

Why Opposition can't fight Modi's quota move: From Maya to Manmohan, these leaders wanted it too

With 10% quota for upper caste poor, Modi has achieved what many opposition leaders had been asking for.

BJP retains nearly 80% of sitting MPs in first list

The first list has 100 seats currently held by BJP and the party has replaced 21, giving tickets to the remaining 79 MPs.

New DDA flats by Feb 2019 but size a dampener

Initially, Delhi Development Authority had planned to launch a mega scheme with 30,000 flats on offer but the number has now been reduced.

Flyers to take big hit as Jet Airways revises refund rules

The new structure is bad news for fliers who book cheap tickets months in advance.

PM Modi leads BJP attack on rivals over Pulwama attack, IAF strike

Using the hashtag 'Janta Maaf Nahi Karegi' (people will not forgive) in a tweet, Modi attacked Sam Pitroda.

Balakot terror camp used for "battle inoculation"; its trainers ex-officers of Pakistan Army: Sources

Located on the banks of Kunhar river in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan, the camp was also used by another terror group Hizbul Mujahideen.

Balakot camp located on bank of Kunhar river in KPK; also used by Hizbul Mujahideen

The Balakot camp was an important training centre for the JeM and other terror organisations and it had several structures to accommodate terrorist trainees and facilities to train them.

BJP moves EC against Congress, Kamal Nath

The ruling party charged Kamal Nath with appealing exclusively to Muslim voters to “mobilise 90% votes for Congress in Muslim booths”.

Oyo good for market: KJ Alphons

The tourism ministry came out with its own set of voluntary guidelines for OTAs and bed-and-breakfast establishments and home-stay options on December 7. The ministry had said the guidelines have been devised to ensure that there are adequate safeguards against deficiency of service.

Congress denies Rahul Gandhi meeting with Chinese ambassador, calls it "fake news"

The Chinese embassy in Delhi first posted and then removed a statement on its website saying that a meeting took place between Gandhi and Luo Zhaohui.

Facebook senior officials to appear before parliamentary panel on March 6

​​The development comes amid concerns being raised over any possible misuse of social media tools to interfere in the upcoming polls.

Sensex picks Asian cues, rallies 342 points; Nifty tops 10,800

IT stocks saw a good day, with Infosys contributing the most.

10 objects that made news in 2016

It's not only people who make news but things — sometimes rather innocuous and routine or far away from any controversy—too flash into significance.

Good news pouring in from all sides: PM Modi on GDP, UP poll

To reach out to party workers in the state ahead of the Assembly elections, PM spoke to over 7,500 women BJP workers in Gujarat in a video conference through NaMo App.

PM Narendra Modi says he called Pak's nuclear bluff because India has nuclear bombs

At a campaign rally at Surendranagar, Modi referred to the surgical strikes and air strikes by India inside Pakistan in response to terrorist attacks in Uri and Pulwama.

Escalation in India-Pakistan hostilities could make FIIs flee Indian market: Alastair Newton, Alavan Business Advisory

We could see the volatility index go up further in the coming days, says Newton

Social media code to prevent political misuse by this evening

The code of ethics may see ‘terms of use’ including a commitment from users that they will not misuse the medium for political purposes or propaganda.

Shalabh Kumar says he's target of fake news

"I am a victim of this fake news, which is part of a political agenda to attack President Trump," said Chicago-based Indian American businessman Shalabh Kumar.

Congress picks Kamal Nath as the new chief minister of Madhya Pradesh

Kamal Nath faced a tough challenge from Jyotiraditya Scindia, a former junior minister and a MP from Guna.

Trolled, mocked, even stoned... How these Mahila MPs made it

First-timers without any political lineage to find out the odds they conquered on the way to Parliament.

47 years on, a wife still waits for her fighter pilot husband

Over the decades, Damayanti Tambay and the relatives of other PoWs have met several PMs, bureaucrats and diplomats, and appealed to various human rights groups.

PM Narendra Modi to be 'star speaker' at Global Business Summit 2019

PM Modi will be the star speaker at the Global Business Summit, presented by YES Bank and The Economic Times, and powered by Facebook, being held over Feb 22 and 23 at New Delhi’s Taj Palace Hotel.

Good news for professors! Pay hike for University staff, faculty likely in July

The pay hike—estimated to cost the government Rs 75,000 crore over three years—was also taken up for discussion at the PMO on Monday, ET has learnt.

Bhojpuri cinema’s Big 3 take leading roles in BJP

Their roles in the coming Lok Sabha election will be decided in the next few days. But at the moment, all three are expected to fight for a seat in the Lower House.

Priyanka Chopra's 'The Sky Is Pink' to release on October 11

Actor Farhan Akhtar and production house RSVP took to twitter to share the news.

Take that: 2019 has fewer market holidays

Interestingly, like all years, January 1 will be a trading day for stocks.

Pakistan not concerned if India diverts water

Islamabad said that it was not concerned if New Delhi diverted water of the three eastern rivers.

Delhi air pollution hits hazardous levels, but it's not the capital's problem alone

Here are the three common myths that inhibit air pollution from being front and centre of a national public health discourse, all year-long.

Delhi can become a desert if green cover goes: Delhi High Court

It said this environmental issue was a matter of concern and needed to be addressed on a war footing in view of the adverse impact due to global warming.

IMD projects near-normal monsoon: But how big a factor is it for market?

It is a myth that monsoon has a significant bearing on our financial markets.

Market Movers: What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping

​​Let us check out the factors which may bring action to the domestic market on Friday.

Pakistan has no official info about India withdrawing MFN status: Top trade official

Adviser to Prime Minister Imran Khan on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood said New Delhi has not informed Islamabad about withdrawing Pakistan's MFN status.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey meets PM Narendra Modi

Twitter, which counts India among its priority markets, has a large number of politicians in the country on its platform who engage with residents and extensively use it around elections.

As Manohar Parrikar’s health dips, BJP searches for new CM

BJP central leadership is likely to send its emissaries to Goa to consult the MLAs to finalise its chief ministerial candidate.

Market Movers: What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping

Let us check out the factors that may bring action to the domestic market on Thursday.

'US focused on pressing Pakistan to take sustained, irreversible actions against terrorists'

A senior State Department official said Friday that the US stood "publicly and resolutely" with India in its response to the attack.

Surgical Strike-II sends Sensex reeling; analysts say it could be a chance to buy

Pakistan's KSE100 also took a hit, plunging 464.50 points, or 1.17 per cent, to 39,142.29.

4 days after Pulwama massacre, Rekha Bhardwaj and Harshdeep Kaur pull out of Lahore event

The terror attack has had a direct impact on cultural ties between the two countries.

Pakistan has no intention to interfere in India's internal matters: Qureshi after phone call to Mirwaiz

Mahmood was "cautioned" by Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale that persistence of such behaviour will have "implications".

Government hints at 'positive' news for powerloom industry

Textiles Minister Smriti Irani said in the Rajya Sabha that meetings have been held with stakeholders to address the problems being faced by the powerloom industry.

2018: When India got into its diplomatic stride, took key steps to assert its global self

In many ways, 2018 was unique for India's external engagement as the country managed to bring back normalcy in its ties with China, secured a waiver from the US on import of Iranian crude oil.

Michel’s father was a consultant with AgustaWestland in the 1980s

Christian Michel was barred from doing business in the UK for seven years.

YES Bank climbs 2%, extends gains three days in a row

Shares of the company traded 1.49 per cent up at Rs 180.65 at 9:50 am on BSE.

2019 general elections: Narendra Modi urges Rahul Gandhi, others to motivate voters

The PM appealed to other politicians, sportspersons, actors, business leaders to encourage maximum voter engagement.

Challenge Narendra Modi's 'faking news' on social media: Digvijaya Singh

The AICC general secretary charged Modi and the RSS-BJP combine with engaging in communal politics and alleged they are "threat" to the country's unity.

Proactive, AI-based tools in Twitter, FB, WhatsApp to check objectionable contents

The social media platforms have engaged NGOs working in the field and appointed grievance redressal cell for prompt action.

India to host G20 summit in 2022

Modi said he had requested Italy if it can host the summit in 2021 and allow India to host the G-20 countries for their annual summit in 2022.

Delhi court hears criminal defamation plea against Arvind Kejriwal

The court has listed the complaint seeking prosecution of the two AAP leaders for criminal defamation for August 2 for hearing further arguments on consideration.

US lawmakers condemn terror attack in J-K's Pulwama

A Jaish suicide bomber rammed an explosives-laden vehicle into a CRPF bus in Pulwama district, killing at least 39 personnel and leaving many critically wounded.

Doordarshan employees serving country like Army jawans: Rajyavardhan Rathore

"There are many media houses, but Doordarshan and DD News are national broadcasters. Just like Army jawans are involved in serving the country, we are also involved in serving the nation.

After Market: Wipro rallies on buyback nod; HDFC Bank tanks on major selloff

Momentum indicator moving average convergence divergence showed a bearish crossovers on 106 counters on BSE.

Ravneet Gill to replace Rana Kapoor as YES Bank MD & CEO

In a statement, the private lender said it has received RBI approval for the same.

Confused with exit poll results? Here are five times when they were way off the mark

There have been several instances in the past when exit polls have been way off the mark. The most popular being the 2004 Lok Sabha polls.

What will happen if BJP can not get a majority of its own?

The general elections may prove to be a disappointing experience for all the contestants.

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