Buy Bajaj Auto, target Rs 3.250: Kunal Bothra
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Gauri Lankesh murder: Bengaluru sees massive protest
Journalist-activist P Sainath said, “This is the largest constructed machine of hate sin...
Buy Bajaj Auto, target price Rs 3,420: Shrikant Chouhan
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Seventy years together: Russia and India
"We have everything necessary to achieve this political will of the sides, economic viability and shared global priorities."
Bacteria that can degrade pesticide linked to Bhopal Gas tragedy
The bacteria uses the pesticide as food. The researchers speculate that the genes that allow the bacteria to breaking down carbaryl may have been acquired from other species of bacteria, through a process known as ‘horizontal gene transfer’, which is the transfer of genetic material between different organisms.
80 candidates in fray for 6 assembly seats in Muzaffarnagar
In Muzaffarnagar, SP candidate Gaurav Swaroop, BJP candidate Kapil Dev, BSP candidate Rakesh Sharma and RLD candidate Payal Mahaswatri and 12 others are contesting elections.
UP polls 2017: The war has just begun
Sunday ET travelled to Meerut and Muzaffarnagar to gauge the mood and prospects of candidates in key constituencies.
Demonetisation: Mamata Banerjee, Arvind Kejriwal threaten intense protest
Kejriwal alleged the move was to write-off the Rs 8 lakh crore loans “Modi’s corporate friends” owe nationalised banks.
As India scouts for cash, PM Modi seeks patience
PM Modi made a teary-eyed appeal to his compatriots that their suffering was all for a good cause and that in 50 days, things would get much better.
Union HRD minister launches innovative learning programme for students
The HRD minister said that the programme will prove to be a turning point for the students.
Intolerance on the rise: Shabana Azmi calls returning awards 'a symbolic gesture'
The 65-year-old 'Arth' actress' response comes after some eminent film personalities returned their National Awards in solidarity with FTII students.
Filmmakers return National Award in support of FTII students
Eminent filmmakers Dibakar Banerjee, Anand Patwardhan and eight others today returned their National Awards in solidarity with the protesting FTII students and against growing intolerance in the country.
12 filmmakers decide to return national awards over "growing intolerance"
The letter spoke out against the manner in which the I&B Ministry had appointed people "with a narrow vision" to head institutions.
AIATF awards two J&K youths who overpowered Pak terrorist Naveed
Rakesh Sharma and Vikramjit were felicitated and given the award by the All India Anti Terrorist Front chairman M S Bitta and Suniel Shetty.
FTII row: Stalemate continues, students unrelenting
Nearly 150 students of FTII boycotted classes and continued their protest on the campus raising slogans against Chauhan and PM Narendra Modi.
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