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  • Internet During Mahabharat? Nobel Prize Winner's Reality Check

    Internet During Mahabharat? Nobel Prize Winner's Reality Check

    Speaking exclusively to NDTV, Nobel Prize winner for Chemistry Dr Venki Ramakrishnan has agreed to reality check all such claims in great detail.

  • "Small Men" Tweet Not Directed At PM Modi, Imran Khan Clarifies

    "Small Men" Tweet Not Directed At PM Modi, Imran Khan Clarifies

    Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said his controversial tweet about "small men occupying big offices" did not refer to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He, however, did not specify who it referred to. -"Consensus for peace has developed... do not mistake this for desperation for peace," Mr Khan said.

  • Questions Over Interim CBI Chief Nageswar Rao's Record

    Questions Over Interim CBI Chief Nageswar Rao's Record

    In "cleaning up" the country's top probe agency, the Central Vigilance Commission shunted out two top officials facing charges of corruption and appointed Nageswar Rao -- a relatively junior 1986-batch bureaucrat -- as the interim chief of the CBI. However, NDTV has now found that the new director has a chequered past himself.

  • Snubbed By Allies In Madhya Pradesh, Congress Reaches Out To Tribal Group

    Snubbed By Allies In Madhya Pradesh, Congress Reaches Out To Tribal Group

    The Congress may have been cold-shouldered by the Samajwadi Party and Mayawati's Bahujan Samaj Party in Madhya Pradesh, but it has not given up hope on forming alternative political alliances ahead of the state assembly elections on November 28. At a time when the list of candidates are being finalised, the party told NDTV that it could still secur...

  • Why UAPA, The Law Used In Activists' Arrests, Is Hugely Controversial

    Why UAPA, The Law Used In Activists' Arrests, Is Hugely Controversial

    The arrest of five activists after multi-city searches at their homes last evening has been widely condemned amid allegations of the use of an oppressive anti-terror law that empowers the state to search and arrest people without a warrant.

  • In 1984 Furore, Amarinder Singh Names 5 Congressmen, Says No Party Role

    In 1984 Furore, Amarinder Singh Names 5 Congressmen, Says No Party Role

    After Rahul Gandhi's comment in London about "no Congress involvement" in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots has caused political convulsions back home, especially in Punjab. Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh took the Congress chief's statement ahead by limiting the party's role in the riots to the involvement of five leaders he named in the assembly.

  • What Pak Army Chief Told Navjot Sidhu Before The Hug At Imran Khan Oath

    What Pak Army Chief Told Navjot Sidhu Before The Hug At Imran Khan Oath

    Navjot Singh Sidhu, the Punjab minister who travelled to Pakistan to watch 'friend' Imran Khan take over as Pakistan Prime Minister, prophesised a positive change in Islamabad's approach towards India. "He will be taking the positive direction... and positive anything is better than negative nothing," Mr Sidhu told NDTV in an exclusive interview.

  • Sonia Gandhi Ordered Tweet Against Pranab Mukherjee For RSS Visit, Say Sources

    Sonia Gandhi Ordered Tweet Against Pranab Mukherjee For RSS Visit, Say Sources

    Pranab Mukherjee has tossed a political grenade of epic dimensions with his visit to the RSS headquarters in Nagpur - his party of over five decades, the Congress, has publicly condemned his trip which sees him as Chief Guest at a key RSS function for thousands of the organization's volunteers - and the RSS has publicly retorted that "It is the gra...

  • Cambridge Analytica Behind Rahul Gandhi's 'Gabbar Singh Tax' Jibe, Minister Implies

    Cambridge Analytica Behind Rahul Gandhi's 'Gabbar Singh Tax' Jibe, Minister Implies

    The Congress used disgraced firm Cambridge Analytica in the Gujarat election and also took its help to come up with its viral catch-phrases "Gabbar Singh Tax" and "Vikas Gone Crazy", the government implied today after Rahul Gandhi tweeted that allegations had been "invented" to deflect attention from a controversy over 39 Indians killed in Iraq.

  • "Shameful": Union Minister On Congress' 'Chhota Modi' Dig Over Nirav Modi

    "Shameful": Union Minister On Congress' '<i>Chhota</i> Modi' Dig Over Nirav Modi

    Opposition leaders held up a photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with leading Indian industrialists at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland's Davos today, asking how billionaire diamond merchant and jeweler Nirav Modi was allowed to leave the country reportedly days before a first information report was filed accusing him of a massive 11,000-c...

  • For Rahul Gandhi, Morning Workout Before Election Tracking, Says Congress

    For Rahul Gandhi, Morning Workout Before Election Tracking, Says Congress

    Rahul Gandhi, who took over as Congress president on Saturday, would get down to tracking his party's progress after a good early morning workout, party sources said today as votes were counted for the Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh election.

  • Amit Shah Was Once Booth Manager In Area Where He Voted Today As BJP Boss

    Amit Shah Was Once Booth Manager In Area Where He Voted Today As BJP Boss

    A litany of high-profile VVIPs were seen standing in line today to vote in Gujarat.

  • In Gurgaon School Murder, Crucial CCTV Was Ignored Earlier, Says CBI

    In Gurgaon School Murder, Crucial CCTV Was Ignored Earlier, Says CBI

    A week after Pradyuman Thakur died at school in Gurgaon, the police cited security camera footage to assert its claim that a bus conductor was the murderer.

  • '25 Lakh On Survey Told Me To Join Congress': Gujarat OBC Leader Alpesh Thakor

    '25 Lakh On Survey Told Me To Join Congress': Gujarat OBC Leader Alpesh Thakor

    The BJP has dismissed him as a former Congressman back in the party, but OBC leader in Gujarat Alpesh Thakor said on Monday that he conducted a survey to decide which political party to join.

  • In Case Involving Karti Chidambaram, Indrani Mukerjea Sought In Delhi

    In Case Involving Karti Chidambaram, Indrani Mukerjea Sought In Delhi

    Indrani Mukerjea, jailed in Mumbai on charges of murdering her daughter, must be brought to Delhi soon to answer questions in a case involving Karti Chidambaram, the son of former Finance Minister P Chidambaram, say investigators.

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  • Internet During Mahabharat? Nobel Prize Winner's Reality Check

    Internet During Mahabharat? Nobel Prize Winner's Reality Check

    Speaking exclusively to NDTV, Nobel Prize winner for Chemistry Dr Venki Ramakrishnan has agreed to reality check all such claims in great detail.

  • "Small Men" Tweet Not Directed At PM Modi, Imran Khan Clarifies

    "Small Men" Tweet Not Directed At PM Modi, Imran Khan Clarifies

    Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said his controversial tweet about "small men occupying big offices" did not refer to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He, however, did not specify who it referred to. -"Consensus for peace has developed... do not mistake this for desperation for peace," Mr Khan said.

  • Questions Over Interim CBI Chief Nageswar Rao's Record

    Questions Over Interim CBI Chief Nageswar Rao's Record

    In "cleaning up" the country's top probe agency, the Central Vigilance Commission shunted out two top officials facing charges of corruption and appointed Nageswar Rao -- a relatively junior 1986-batch bureaucrat -- as the interim chief of the CBI. However, NDTV has now found that the new director has a chequered past himself.

  • Snubbed By Allies In Madhya Pradesh, Congress Reaches Out To Tribal Group

    Snubbed By Allies In Madhya Pradesh, Congress Reaches Out To Tribal Group

    The Congress may have been cold-shouldered by the Samajwadi Party and Mayawati's Bahujan Samaj Party in Madhya Pradesh, but it has not given up hope on forming alternative political alliances ahead of the state assembly elections on November 28. At a time when the list of candidates are being finalised, the party told NDTV that it could still secur...

  • Why UAPA, The Law Used In Activists' Arrests, Is Hugely Controversial

    Why UAPA, The Law Used In Activists' Arrests, Is Hugely Controversial

    The arrest of five activists after multi-city searches at their homes last evening has been widely condemned amid allegations of the use of an oppressive anti-terror law that empowers the state to search and arrest people without a warrant.

  • In 1984 Furore, Amarinder Singh Names 5 Congressmen, Says No Party Role

    In 1984 Furore, Amarinder Singh Names 5 Congressmen, Says No Party Role

    After Rahul Gandhi's comment in London about "no Congress involvement" in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots has caused political convulsions back home, especially in Punjab. Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh took the Congress chief's statement ahead by limiting the party's role in the riots to the involvement of five leaders he named in the assembly.

  • What Pak Army Chief Told Navjot Sidhu Before The Hug At Imran Khan Oath

    What Pak Army Chief Told Navjot Sidhu Before The Hug At Imran Khan Oath

    Navjot Singh Sidhu, the Punjab minister who travelled to Pakistan to watch 'friend' Imran Khan take over as Pakistan Prime Minister, prophesised a positive change in Islamabad's approach towards India. "He will be taking the positive direction... and positive anything is better than negative nothing," Mr Sidhu told NDTV in an exclusive interview.

  • Sonia Gandhi Ordered Tweet Against Pranab Mukherjee For RSS Visit, Say Sources

    Sonia Gandhi Ordered Tweet Against Pranab Mukherjee For RSS Visit, Say Sources

    Pranab Mukherjee has tossed a political grenade of epic dimensions with his visit to the RSS headquarters in Nagpur - his party of over five decades, the Congress, has publicly condemned his trip which sees him as Chief Guest at a key RSS function for thousands of the organization's volunteers - and the RSS has publicly retorted that "It is the gra...

  • Cambridge Analytica Behind Rahul Gandhi's 'Gabbar Singh Tax' Jibe, Minister Implies

    Cambridge Analytica Behind Rahul Gandhi's 'Gabbar Singh Tax' Jibe, Minister Implies

    The Congress used disgraced firm Cambridge Analytica in the Gujarat election and also took its help to come up with its viral catch-phrases "Gabbar Singh Tax" and "Vikas Gone Crazy", the government implied today after Rahul Gandhi tweeted that allegations had been "invented" to deflect attention from a controversy over 39 Indians killed in Iraq.

  • "Shameful": Union Minister On Congress' 'Chhota Modi' Dig Over Nirav Modi

    "Shameful": Union Minister On Congress' '<i>Chhota</i> Modi' Dig Over Nirav Modi

    Opposition leaders held up a photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with leading Indian industrialists at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland's Davos today, asking how billionaire diamond merchant and jeweler Nirav Modi was allowed to leave the country reportedly days before a first information report was filed accusing him of a massive 11,000-c...

  • For Rahul Gandhi, Morning Workout Before Election Tracking, Says Congress

    For Rahul Gandhi, Morning Workout Before Election Tracking, Says Congress

    Rahul Gandhi, who took over as Congress president on Saturday, would get down to tracking his party's progress after a good early morning workout, party sources said today as votes were counted for the Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh election.

  • Amit Shah Was Once Booth Manager In Area Where He Voted Today As BJP Boss

    Amit Shah Was Once Booth Manager In Area Where He Voted Today As BJP Boss

    A litany of high-profile VVIPs were seen standing in line today to vote in Gujarat.

  • In Gurgaon School Murder, Crucial CCTV Was Ignored Earlier, Says CBI

    In Gurgaon School Murder, Crucial CCTV Was Ignored Earlier, Says CBI

    A week after Pradyuman Thakur died at school in Gurgaon, the police cited security camera footage to assert its claim that a bus conductor was the murderer.

  • '25 Lakh On Survey Told Me To Join Congress': Gujarat OBC Leader Alpesh Thakor

    '25 Lakh On Survey Told Me To Join Congress': Gujarat OBC Leader Alpesh Thakor

    The BJP has dismissed him as a former Congressman back in the party, but OBC leader in Gujarat Alpesh Thakor said on Monday that he conducted a survey to decide which political party to join.

  • In Case Involving Karti Chidambaram, Indrani Mukerjea Sought In Delhi

    In Case Involving Karti Chidambaram, Indrani Mukerjea Sought In Delhi

    Indrani Mukerjea, jailed in Mumbai on charges of murdering her daughter, must be brought to Delhi soon to answer questions in a case involving Karti Chidambaram, the son of former Finance Minister P Chidambaram, say investigators.

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