A missile is launched by Palestinian militants from Gaza towards southern Israel, as seen from the Israel-Gaza border, in Sderot on Saturday.
AP A missile is launched by Palestinian militants from Gaza towards southern Israel, as seen from the Israel-Gaza border, in Sderot on Saturday.

Israel, Hamas defiant as toll rises to 151

Two nephews of Hamas ex-PM Ismail Haniyeh were among 46 people killed on Saturday, as Gaza was hit by multiple strikes, Palestinian officials said. »
Sharad Pawar and Supriya Sule

NCP not to oppose TRAI Bill

The TRAI Act bars its former chairmen and members from taking up government jobs after leaving office. »

Old capital, new dreams
With the dream of Bangalore fading, Mysore is slowly emerging as an alternative business destination. The challenge before it is to escape the fate of Bangalore

Bloom, boom, doom
Bangalore, the garden city once known for peace and tranquillity, has turned into an urban nightmare after a phase of rapid development. Is there a way out?

This is the first time that the Dutch have ended a World Cup in third place »

BRICS bank tops Modi’s agenda

The meeting of the BRICS leaders will be held on July 15, when they are expected to sign important economic agreements on the BRICS bank. »
The fire soon engulfed the first floor housing the office of the Chennai main branch, a government accounts section and a cash point. Photo: K. Pichumani

Fire breaks out in SBI main branch building

Over 75 firemen battled the blaze for over two hours and salvaged cash totalling a few crores from the first floor of the three-storey building. »


Serious violations of Coastal Regulation Zone norms were found on the Kozhikode coastline in a 2009 report. Photo: S. Ramesh Kurup

Coast tense over relaxed norms

The KCZMA, which found serious CRZ violations on the coastline of Kozhikode in a study report in 2009, is yet to take any concrete action against alleged violators even after four years. »
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Sunday Magazine

Indian troops arrive in France during World War One. WW1 CENTENARY

A great poet, a great war

Tamil nationalist poet Subramania Bharati lived much of his short public life in the shadow of World War I. In this two-part essay, a historian reconstructs those days. »  
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‘What will I do with a cheaper LED TV or a mobile phone?’ »

Listen to The Hindu's Sports Editor Nirmal Shekar speak to our Sports-Writer Arun Venugopal on the World Cup and India's tour of England...Listen in »

Gujarat, Rajasthan and Punjab: The Need for a Border States Group

The aim of the research report by Tridivesh Singh Maini is to examine the approach of the political leadership, as well as the business community, in three ‘border States’ towards India-Pakistan ties.This paper has sought to look at a number of factors, which include politics, economics as well as security issues.Read Article »

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