The Reserve Bank is committed to bringing inflation below 6 per cent by January 2016.
The Reserve Bank is committed to bringing inflation below 6 per cent by January 2016.

Pact binds RBI to inflation target

Central bank to give price rise more priority than interest, forex rates; it will try bring figure down to 6% by Jan. 2016. »

Dalmiya back at BCCI helm

Srinivasan’s group wins four of the five posts for which polls were held »
Congress president Sonia Gandhi led a walkout in the Lok Sabha on Monday over Mufti Mohammad Sayeed’s statement on Sunday crediting Pakistan, separatists and militants for the smooth conduct of polls in J&K.

Mufti remarks rock Parliament

Sayeed’s remarks an insult to the Army, says BJP ally Sena »
Irish confident even as de Villiers looms large

Ireland will look to ambush pre-tournament favourite South Africa and blast away at Manuka Oval

Mohit — dangerous and dependable

His qualities have dovetailed with those of fellow pacemen Shami and Yadav.

Shane Watson’s critics crank up the heat

Twitter is rife with exasperation at his ability to throw away a solid start.

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Rahul’s associates to take top slots in Congress

Close on the heels of the appointment of five State unit chiefs, Congress is gearing up to elevate 3 close associates of Rahul Gandhi as general secretaries. »

400% rise in parties’ spend on LS polls

National parties collected Rs. 1159 crore during the 2014 Lok Sabha elections as compared to Rs. 224 crore in 2004 and Rs. 855 crore in 2009. »


Aruna Sairam.

The drama of sound

Eighteen musicians shared the stage to keep alive the memory of their fond collaborator U. Shrinivas at the Great MANdolin concert presented in association with The Hindu. »
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Pool B Ireland v. S. Africa 9 a.m. Canberra

Kollywood’s famed on-screen and off-screen couple 'Thala' Ajith and Shalini were blessed with a son, their second child on Monday. Within minutes of the baby's birth, #kuttythala started trending... »

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Reaching for the Stars: The Incredible Rise of Arvind Kejriwal

Arvind Kejriwal's emergence as a natural leader of the poor and minorities is a riveting story, as riven with contradictions as it is full of surprises. The Hindu Centre's Senior Fellow Vidya Subrahmaniam, traces his rise from activism to political stardom. Read more. »

Inserting Hindutva in Nagaland
An article on the attempts to redefine the terms of engagement of India’s longest internal conflict, by Arkotong Longkumer. Read more. »


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