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Govt grants one-year visa to Taslima Nasreen

Taslima, who also has Sweden’s citizenship, has been travelling outside the country.

Shadow tweeting

Keeping the government honest is the opposition’s job. So why stop at Twitter?


Mercy denied, the execution list before NDA

The two hangings carried out under UPA-II were of terror case convicts Ajmal Kasab (November 2012) and Afzal Guru (February 2013).


After Indian Oil, government to sack independent directors of ONGC, HPCL, MRPL

It also wants chartered accountant Rohit Khanna to be removed from the board of Hindustan Petroleum.


Corporates find marked difference in government functioning in 100 days

83% CEOs, CMDs and CFOs agreed that India looks far better in broad economic parameters like GDP.


Rating agencies will take note of economic revival: Mayaram

S&P currently rates India as ‘BBB-’, the lowest in the investment grade, with a negative outlook.

A wider net

Jan Dhan Yojana is a great move. But financial inclusion will need more than opening bank accounts.

Manipur Governor V K Duggal resigns

Duggal became the ninth governor to quit after the NDA government came to power.


PowerPoints, briefings should mark our 100 days: PMO to ministries

The press meets will include a question and answer session.


Kerala Gov Sheila too quits: ‘I followed my heart, there was no pressure’

President’s Secretariat has sent her resignation to the Home Ministry for necessary action, official sources said.


Sheila Dikshit meets Home Minister Rajnath Singh

She will also meet President Pranab Mukherjee in the evening, fuelling speculation that she may put in her papers.


Govt to tell ministries: Keep off those selected by UPA regime

New norms require that the criteria for their selection would have to be disclosed in the annual report.


100 days in power: MHA works on ‘achievements list’

On his part, Union Home minister Rajnath Singh will hold a press conference in the next few days to list the achievements of his ministry.


No table for three

Modi’s gamble won’t work unless Delhi gets act together on J&K, border management.

A self-limiting move

On Pakistan, indications are that Modi government’s learning curve could be steep and costly.


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