Why India stood firm at WTO trade talks, what happens next
Plans to kickstart a global initiative to ease customs rules across nations came unstuck on Thursday as India stood firm on its stand not to support the World Trade Organization's (WTO's) trade facilitation agreement (TFA) if it weren't bundled with a roadmap for ...
`India's stand on WTO puts into doubt its credibility`
Will India's WTO veto take the sheen off John Kerry's meeting with PM Modi?
WTO impasse: India wanted relief on subsidy to carry on, walk towards solution
Australians take part in search for more human remains from MH17 crash site
Sydney Morning Herald
At last, after weeks of frustration for investigators and emotional pain for families and friends of the 298 passengers and crew lost in the crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, the wheat and sunflower fields of eastern Ukraine on Friday took on the appearance ...
Experts recover more MH17 remains, despite deadly clashes
Ukrainian soldiers killed in ambush by rebels
Police recover MH17 bodies and belongings
Voice of America
Israeli Troop Capture Hardens Positions
Voice of America
The Israeli military says one of its soldiers has been captured by militants in the Gaza Strip, where a temporary cease-fire collapsed just hours after it began Friday and has drawn new rounds of international protest over the fighting. The presumed abduction ...
Gaza Fighting Intensifies as Cease-Fire Falls Apart
Gaza Truce in Tatters, Obama Blames Hamas
Gaza militants 'seize Israeli soldier' as ceasefire ends
Times of India
BJP, Cong. teams meet LG over e-ricks
A Delhi BJP delegation, led by its chief Satish Upadhyay, and a Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) team met Lieutenant-Governor Najeeb Jung on Friday and submitted a memorandum in support of a transport system that helps “poor people of the ...
Delhi BJP opposes ban on e-rickshaws
E-rickshaws ply in Delhi despite ban
Connect with people across city: Delhi BJP chief tells workers
Times of India
Pune landslide live: Toll hits 70, Maharashtra CM announces aid of Rs 5 lakh
As hopes of finding more survivors are receding, rescuers dug out 29 more bodies as the toll in the Malin landslide disaster rose to 70. The death toll in the Pune landslide rose to 70. PTI. Over 100 people are still feared trapped under the debris of the ...
Landslide Near Pune: Hopes of Finding Survivors Fade as Toll Rises to 73
Pune landslide: Death toll rises to 73, over 100 people still feared trapped
Pune village landslide: Toll rises to 73, NDRF faces difficulty in continuing ...
58 nurses from Libya heading back home
Free Press Journal
New Delhi : Fifty-eight Indian nurses from Libya are on their way back home, the government said on Friday. Making a fresh appeal to all Indians living in the strife-torn nation to leave because of the deteriorating situation there, the government said it was ...
58 Indians leave Libya
58 nurses in Libya on their way back home
Libya crisis: 58 nurses from Kerala reach Tunisian border
Govt to hold spectrum auction from Feb 3; targets Rs 93.6 bn mop-up
Free Press Journal
NEW DELHI : The telecom department will begin the next round of spectrum auction in the 800 MHz, 900 MHz and 1,800 MHz bands on Feb 3, a government official told Cogencis. The government aims to initially raise 93.55 bln rupees from spectrum auction ...
Department of Telecommunications eyes Rs 15000 crore via spectrum sale
Spectrum auction in February
DoT expects to start next spectrum auction by February
DMK leader MK Stalin summoned by court in defamation case
Chennai: A court in Chennai on Friday issued summons to DMK Treasurer M K Stalin to appear before a court on 9 September in a criminal defamation case filed against him by Chief Minister Jayalalithaa for his remarks while protesting the eviction of his ...
Opposition not allowed to raise issues, says Stalin
Stalin slams ruling AIADMK for not permitting DMK MLAs to raise issues in ...
Stalin mocks at Jaya for announcements of projects in assembly
Sheila spent Rs. 3000 crore, but did little for illegal colonies in Delhi: CAG
The Sheila Dikshit government spent Rs. 3,029.21 crore on regularisation of illegal colonies in Delhi but failed to provide the most basic of amenities, such as sewer and water lines, roads and drainage, the comptroller and auditor general (CAG) has said.
Regularisation of illegal colonies not as per guidelines: CAG
CAG raps govt for poor budgeting
House in abeyance, but Rs 1.44 cr spent on running canteen: CAG
Nagpur: Shiv Sena women wing President found murdered at her residence
Nagpur: Shiv Sena women wing President Aarti Borkar, 40, was slain to death at her residence in north Nagpur on Friday night. Borkar' body has stab wounds. The murder was reported at around 10 PM on Friday. More details are awaited. Nagpur: Shiv Sena ...
Sena leader in Nagpur murdered ; one held