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Narendra Modi sees New India

national

New Delhi : Fresh from BJP’s landslide win in UP and Uttarakhand after a bitter and often divisive campaign, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday talked about inclusivity and pitched for building a ‘new India’ by 2022 that would have made the nation’s founding fathers proud. Accepting felicitations from party leaders and supporters at the BJP headquarters, Modi said he ... Read More »

Eatala to present budget today

hyderabad

Hyderabad: Finance Minister Eatala Rajender will present the annual budget of Telangana State for the financial year 2017-18 in the Legislative Assembly at 12 noon on Monday. The State Cabinet on Sunday gave its nod to the budget proposals at its meeting held here at Pragathi Bhavan. The total budget outlay is likely to be around Rs 1.40 lakh crore ... Read More »

Donald Trump Tried To Call Preet Bharara Before Firing Him

international

WASHINGTON: Two days before US Attorney Preet Bharara was fired, President Donald Trump tried to call the high-profile New York prosecutor in what a White House official said was an effort to “thank him for his service and to wish him good luck.” But a US law enforcement official said Bharara declined to take the call, placed on Thursday, saying ... Read More »

Salman Khan appeared on the special 100th episode of Koffee With Karan 5

entertainment

All that glitters is not gold. With this statement, Karan Johar introduced today’s episode of Koffee With Karan 5 as he welcomed his guests. Introducing the ‘fantastic’ panel, he invited actresses Malaika Arora, Neha Dhupia, AIB’s Rohan Joshi and director Ayan Mukherjee. The jury was given the responsibility of judging the Koffee awards for this season. As the ‘illustrious’ panel, ... Read More »

Exit Polls Show Modi On A Congress-Mukt Roll

nation

This is 2017, and we’ve all learned after many misadventures over the past few years to take opinion or exit polls with a large helping of salt. But, even so, the polls that have now been released – and summarised in NDTV’s poll of polls – tell a surprisingly consistent story. And it’s one that the Bharatiya Janata Party will ... Read More »

It’s slowdown in IT hiring: Nasscom

business

Hyderabad: Writing on the wall is clear now as slowdown in hiring by technology majors looks certain. However, industry bigwigs are not explicitly admitting this. Nasscom attributes surging levels of automation and efficiency to hiring slowdown.  The convergence of information, communication and technology (ICT) coupled with surging IoT (Internet of Things) are expected to drive the talent hiring pattern in ... Read More »

More fisheries cooperative societies in the offing

telangana

Siddipet: Irrigation Minister T Harish Rao has said a legislation to create more fisheries cooperative societies would be brought next year and two fisheries engineering colleges would be set up in the State, in addition to admitting children of fishermen in BC welfare schools. Minister of Irrigation Harish Rao says legislation will be enacted for the purpose  Fisheries engineering college ... Read More »

Ajit Doval visits Israel ahead of Narendra Modi’s trip

national

National Security Adviser Ajit Doval has held talks with Israel’s top leadership here as part of preparations for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s much- awaited visit, the first by an Indian premier to the Jewish country. Modi is expected to visit Israel by the middle of this year. Doval landed in Israel on Thursday and met Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in ... Read More »

Priyanka Chopra to attend 2017 Oscars

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Internationally acclaimed Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra has announced that she will be attending the upcoming 89th Academy Awards.Priyanka took to Instagram on Friday night to share the news with her fans while posting a photograph with legendary British singer Mick Jagger.”Change of plans! Oscars here we come. Mick Jagger LA LA Land,” Priyanka wrote alongside the image. However, this won’t ... Read More »