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Wholesale inflation at record high of 15%
INDIA'S wholesale price-based inflation jumped to an all-time high of 15.08% due to across-the-board rise in prices, including those of food and fuel.
Wheat export: No bar on sanctioned orders
Centre clarifies that shipment of consignments registered with customs authorities before the ban will be allowed
Protect ‘Linga', let Muslims free entry to pray: SC
Advocate commissioner leading survey of Gyanvapi sacked; 2 more days to file report
Top court allows ED to interrogate Mamata's nephew, wife in Kolkata
THE Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed the Enforcement Directorate (ED) to interrogate Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP Abhishek Banerjee and his wife Rujira Banerjee, but granted the duo some concession.
Oxygen cylinders for first Amarnath Yatra post-Covid
UNION Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday directed security forces to pro-actively carry out coordinated counterterror operations in Jammu and Kashmir and ensure zero cross-border infiltration.
LIC lists lower, analysts bat for long term
Street expected a tepid debut with the share quoting a ₹22-23 discount on the grey market a day before the listing
Indices recover from lows; Sensex, Nifty gain over 2.5%
BULLS made a strong comeback on Tuesday after witnessing falls in sixth straight sessions.
Did Soren route money via bizmen?
Initial findings suggest money laundered through shell companies, ED tells Jharkhand HC
CONG PRESIDENT WILL BE EXEMPTED FROM 5-YR RULE
A five-year term for all office-bearers was among the biggest takeaways- besides 'one family one ticket' and '50 below 50' — of the Congress 'chintan' at its Udaipur shivir.
Assam toll rises to eight, IMD warns more rains
THE Assam landslide and flood toll swelled to eight on Tuesday, with the death of one more person in Udalguri district.
How New Robin Hood CEO Buery Plans to Fight NYC Poverty
Richard R. Buery Jr., is starting his first full year as CEO of Robin Hood. But he’s no stranger to New York City’s largest poverty-fighting organization.
Got a Tax Question? Don't Call the IRS
Customer service has cratered at the short-staffed, underfunded agency
A Colossal Secret
Ian Evenden discovers how British WWII braniacs, faced with an impossible task, helped save millions of lives and invented the computer as we know it
Painting Through Pandemic
Vibrant illustrator Tania Yakunova talks about her life as an artist in quarantine and shares her hopes and fears as we all wrestle through this pandemic.
The Party of Mandela Is at Odds With Itself
South Africa’s president is under pressure for alleged graft.
What It's Like to Run a Company in the Most Dangerous Places on Earth
Inside the deadly, controversial, highly secretive, and crucially important private warfare waged by Patriot Group.
The Elusive Maggie Thatcher
Why distorting Mrs. T. has been a popular literary pastime.
The Front-Runner Fallacy
Early presidential polls have tended to be wildly off-target. There’s no reason to think this time is different.
Narendra Modi's Enormous Ambitions
"Obsession with self and image, combined with staggering ambition, defines Modi, a veteran politician says. After 25 years, it's really all he knows about the man."
HAS THE WHEEL COMPLETED A FULL CIRCLE?
The above question has come to the foray, as the farm bills passed by the parliament has become an Act with the assent of President Sri Ram Nath Kovind.