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IndiGo promoters' spat is different from other airline crises; every disagreement need not result in parting of ways
Business

IndiGo promoters' spat is different from other airline crises; every disagreement need not result in parting of ways

It was IndiGo that won rave reviews when it placed a massive order with Airbus Industries for delivery of more than 100 aircraft in a phased manner but at a fixed price.

Apple becomes first $1 trillion publicly listed US company; tech company's stock jumps 2.8%
Business

Apple becomes first $1 trillion publicly listed US company; tech company's stock jumps 2.8%

Apple Inc became the first $1 trillion publicly listed US company on Thursday, crowning a decade-long rise fueled by its ubiquitous iPhone.

Cambridge Analytica row updates: Amid political blame game, OBI says it is 'looking to end association' with CA
Tech

Cambridge Analytica row updates: Amid political blame game, OBI says it is 'looking to end association' with CA

The BJP and the Congress on Wednesday accused each other of using the services of embattled data consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica (CA).

Cambridge Analytica has worked on elections throughout the world, including in India, US, South Africa
Tech

Cambridge Analytica has worked on elections throughout the world, including in India, US, South Africa

Cambridge Analytica has stated on its website that it "was contracted to undertake an in-depth electorate analysis for the Bihar Assembly Election in 2010".

The Stephen Hawking I knew: Physicist unravelled mysteries of the cosmos that even Einstein overlooked
World

The Stephen Hawking I knew: Physicist unravelled mysteries of the cosmos that even Einstein overlooked

Stephen Hawking's greatest contribution was on cosmology and black hole physics.

Manmohan-Sharif meet likely between 26-27 September
Politics

Manmohan-Sharif meet likely between 26-27 September

The meeting, which will focus on bilateral issues with an emphasis on tensions along the Line of Control (LoC) that divides Jammu and Kashmir between India and Pakistan, will be held in New York between 26-27 September , diplomatic sources said.

Fear of Modi: Why Vanzara is part of collateral damage
Politics

Fear of Modi: Why Vanzara is part of collateral damage

The Modi factor has resulted in a change in the rules of the game where politicians tacitly backed policemen in fake encounters to deal with terror or crime.

BJP asks why PM isn't being quizzed over missing coal files
Politics

BJP asks why PM isn't being quizzed over missing coal files

Leader of the Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj and her Rajya Sabha counterpart Arun Jaitley referred to a newspaper report which quoted CBI official KR Chaurasia as stating that the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh "requires to be questioned" as he held the Coal portfolio from 2006-09.

Monsoon Session of Parliament may be further extended: Kamal Nath
Politics

Monsoon Session of Parliament may be further extended: Kamal Nath

"If need be we can extend the Monsoon Session of Parliament. Key legislations are pending and must be passed. I am hopeful that all political parties will recognise this and cooperate," Kamal Nath said.

Jodhpur court reserves order on Asaram Bapu's bail plea
India

Jodhpur court reserves order on Asaram Bapu's bail plea

Asaram, 72, is currently lodged in the Jodhpur Central Jail after the court of the district and sessions judge (rural) remanded him to 14-days' judicial custody in the sexual assault case.

Jyotiraditya Scindia made Cong's campaign committee chief in MP
Politics

Jyotiraditya Scindia made Cong's campaign committee chief in MP

The 22-member Election Committee has all the senior leaders from the state including Digvijay Singh, Kamal Nath and Scindia.

How can a bachelor like Rahul Gandhi be PM, asks Chandrababu Naidu
Politics

How can a bachelor like Rahul Gandhi be PM, asks Chandrababu Naidu

Addressing a gathering as part of his ongoing "self-respect" bus tour in Telangana region, the former chief minister termed Rahul as a person who is slow at learning.

Missing Coal files: PM meets Advani, Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley
Politics

Missing Coal files: PM meets Advani, Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh met LK Advani, Sushma Swaraj, Arun Jaitley over missing Coalgate files tonight.

No rift in BJP over Narendra Modi as PM candidate: Rajnath Singh
Politics

No rift in BJP over Narendra Modi as PM candidate: Rajnath Singh

The BJP chief alleged the Congress-led UPA government had failed not only on the economic front but also on external and internal security as well as diplomacy.

Delhi gangrape: Trial over, verdict to be announced on 10 Spetember
India

Delhi gangrape: Trial over, verdict to be announced on 10 Spetember

Additional Sessions Judge Yogesh Khanna today reserved his order after the prosecution and the defence counsel concluded their final arguments.

2G scam: SC rejects pleas of accused for recalling orders
Business

2G scam: SC rejects pleas of accused for recalling orders

A bench comprising G S Singhvi and K S Radhakrishnan said there was no good ground for recalling the orders of 11 April, 2011 and 9 November, 2012 restraining all other courts from entertaining any petition or application in the case.

Full text: Manmohan Singh speaks out about missing coal scam files
Politics

Full text: Manmohan Singh speaks out about missing coal scam files

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today broke his silence over the missing coal scam files in the Parliament saying the government is making efforts to locate the papers sought by the CBI.

Solar scam: How the opposition Left helped Chandy escape
Politics

Solar scam: How the opposition Left helped Chandy escape

But for the media, the so-called solar scam would not have got the kind of publicity it did in Kerala, where some felt it would bring to an end the political career of Chief Minister Oommen Chandy.

200 and counting: Why small parties never die out in Uttar Pradesh
Politics

200 and counting: Why small parties never die out in Uttar Pradesh

Forming a small party keeps leaders alive in politics. And it offers them a good platform to bargain with the bigger players.