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29 May, 2017 6:51 AM Modi seeks to repair Russia ties on Europe tour

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will seek to repair India's drifting partnership with Russia when he meets President Vladimir Putin this week, amid wariness over Moscow's renewed interest in New Delhi's backyard, analysts say. The two leaders will look to stem a decline in trade between the once robust economic partners and resolve tensions over their 24

27 May, 2017 11:35 PM 360 degree: Can ICJ untie ‘K’ knot

The move by New Delhi to approach the ICJ in alleged Indian spy Kulbushan Jadhav’s case has set off alarm bells in various circles in India about the possible reference by Pakistan of the Kashmir issue to the ICJ, a scenario considered to be suicidal by many. Such reaction is, to say the least, misdirected. New Delhi today may not have a military, diplomatic 37

26 May, 2017 11:45 PM Slaughter for meat: Animal markets can’t be used any longer for buying or selling cattle

Animal markets — pashu haat or pashu mela as they are popularly known as in many parts of the country — can no longer be used to sell or buy cattle for purposes of slaughtering them for meat. The environment ministry on Friday issued new rules to regulate these animal markets with the stated objective of preventing cruelty to animals and streamlining 24

26 May, 2017 2:37 PM Nitish Kumar skips opposition meet, but will attend PM's lunch

NEW DELHI: Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar has sent rumour mills churning with his decision to skip the united opposition luncheon convened by Congress president Sonia Gandhi in Delhi on Friday. The meeting, attended by the representatives of 17 opposition parties, was called to discuss a united strategy for presidential polls and was seen as a prelude 21

26 May, 2017 1:41 PM Centre’s ban on sale of cattle for slaughter at animal markets will cripple buffalo trade

The Centre has banned the sale and purchase of cattle from animal markets for slaughter by notifying a stringent rule under Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act New Delhi: The environment ministry has notified new rules tightening trade in livestock and transport of cattle to ensure their welfare at animal markets and also prevent smuggling. The rules 22

24 May, 2017 10:25 PM Appalled by atrocities of Razakars, says Amit Shah

Gundrampalli (Nalgonda): BJP national president Amit Shah on Wednesday said that those who had shed blood and given their lives fighting Razakars will be forever remembered by the nation and will hold a special place in the hearts of BJP leaders. Slamming the Congress and the TRS for objecting to his visit to the village and raking up Razakar atrocities 22

24 May, 2017 7:03 AM Top CRPF Officer, In Report, Alleges Encounter In Assam Was Fake

Senior CRPF officer Rajnish Rai said security agencies need to reflect how their internal systems have weakened, allowing custodial killings to take place in a planned manner. NEW DELHI: Two Bodo militants reported to have been killed in an encounter with security forces in Assam's Chirang district had been picked up earlier and shot in cold blood, a report 17

23 May, 2017 3:06 PM Roger Moore, The Man Who Played 'Jimmy Bond'

Sir Roger Moore said in his autobiography he had been approached about playing James Bond as early as 1967. But it was not until 1973 that he finally won the role. He made his debut in Live and Let Die, after the producers made him lose weight, get fit and cut his hair British actor Roger Moore was never one to boast about his acting ability but then the facts 25

23 May, 2017 5:21 AM Why Do We Need Fats and Oils in Our Diet?

Just like carbs, oils and fats have been shunned from being included in a healthy diet for the longest time. But things seem to be taking a u-turn now. Health experts and scientists agree that amongst the variety of fats and oils available - there are good ones and bad ones. It is very important to understand the difference between the two so as to make the right 35

22 May, 2017 11:17 PM An historic day at the Western Wall

US President Donald Trump stood alone in a rare moment of solitude before the Western Wall on Monday. When the contemplative moment was over, he placed a note in one of the Wall’s crevices and then walked backward for a few steps. Its location over the pre-1967 lines makes such a visit potentially complicated, because it could be seen as a sign of US acceptance 43