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Donald Trump had been forced to fire his top security adviser. One of his cabinet picks had withdrawn due to opposition from within his own Republican Party. Judges in fo...

by : Arun Kumar

President Pranab Mukherjee addressed the inaugural Ceremony of the 90th Anniversary of Shri Ram College of Commerce today in New Delhi. ...

by : FnF Correspondent

There will be no seat cuts in M.Phil and Ph.D courses and there is no reason for anyone to be agitating for the revocation of the UGC Gazette order of May 2016, says JNU ...

by : FnF Desk

Shri Ram VanGaman Path Yatra 2017

Narendra Modi, Amit Shah are terrorists spreading fear: Uttar Pradesh minister

by : FnF Desk

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah are terrorists who are trying to terrorise people in Uttar Pradesh, a Samajwadi Party minister has said, as campaigning in the state turned ugly ha...

RaGa's elan in UP campaign brings out his new avatar

by : Mohit Dubey

At an election rally in Uttar Pradesh, when Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi imitated the "mitron" idiom of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the audience burst into laughter and cheered him for well ...

Walls will always divide, resettling Kashmiri Pandits in camps bad idea

by : Ruwa Shah

Author Sanchit Gupta, who has debuted with a novel based in Kashmir of the early 1990s when militancy peaked and saw mass exodus of Hindu Pandit families, does not think settling migrant Kashmiri Pand...


Afghanistan hands over list of 32 terror camps to Pakistan

by : FnF Desk

The Afghanistan Government on Monday handed over to Pakistan a list of 32 terrorist training centres and 85 terrorists based in Pakistan. ...

Melbourne plane crash that killed five blamed on 'catastrophic engine failure'

by : FnF Desk

A plane that crashed into a shopping centre near Essendon airport in Melbourne, killing four US tourists and their Australian pilot, had a "catastrophic engine failureā€ shortly after takeoff, police...

Trump's corporate tax plan is one bright spot in his otherwise quarrelsome world

by : George Albert

There are a few bright spots that will change the course of the US economy and our personal lives. One is President Donald Trump's promise to cut corporate taxes to 15 per cent from 35...


Online EPF withdrawal, pension fixation to be a reality by May

by : FnF Desk

Retirement fund body EPFO is expected to launch online facility for settlement of claims, including EPF withdrawal and pension fixation, by May this year to put an end to tedious paper work by its mem...

New Rs 2000 note is not good for Indian economy, says Baba Ramdev

by : FnF Desk

Is Yoga guru turned entrepreneur Baba Ramdev disillusioned with Narendra Modi led NDA government over the issue of black money. In a guarded language, the saffron clad Baba said the government should ...

Reliance Jio Live: Mukesh Ambani announces Jio Prime, membership at Rs 99 for 1 year

by : FnF Desk

Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani on Tuesday announced that the Jio service has crossed 100 million customers in 170 days. This is an achievement of India and Indians, Ambani said, adding how...


'India's public libraries undergoing revolutionary change'

by : Saket Suman

Images of ill-maintained public libraries -- laden with dust and poor-infrastructure, barely prompting a second visit -- is undergoing a complete makeover thanks to the government's ambitious Nat...

India: Freeze Frame On Child Abuse

by : Smita Deodhar

Making movies can be exciting, engaging, epic, heartfelt, purposeful... and that's what young film students from 17 colleges across Maharashtra discovered as they got on to doing a very important...

Crying need for outcome-based education in India

by : Amit Kapoor

If the buzz around Hyperloop materialises, a commute between Chennai and Bengaluru can be a matter of 30 minutes. The advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI) can revolutionise homes around the world an...


Irada Movie Review: Movie has its heart in the right place

by : FnF Desk

Irada Story, Army man, Parabjeet Walia(Naseeruddin Shah) dotes on his only daughter Riya (Rumana Molla). He is shattered when she is declared terminally-ill. On digging deeper to find the real cause o...

Mudassar Aziz confirms a sequel of Abhay Deol starrer Happy Bhag Jayegi

by : FnF Desk

Filmmaker Mudassar Aziz has decided to make a sequel to Abhay Deol and Diana Penty-starrer Happy Bhag Jayegi. ...

Music in blood: Rajasthan's Langhas don't marry into other communities

by : Sahana Ghosh

As distinctive as their full-throated voices, the Langhas, a Muslim community of folk musicians from Rajasthan, have evolved a rather unique way to preserve their identity for centuries. It's a s...


Believe it or not! Fruits, vegetables tackle depression in two weeks

by : FnF Desk

A lot has been said about the health benefits of inculcating fruits and vegetables in our daily diet but the researchers have now proved the psychological benefits of a balanced meal. They have found ...

Women who smoke during pregnancy could be damaging their baby's hearing

by : FnF Desk

Women who smoke during pregnancy and after giving birth may risk damaging the hearing of their children, a study suggests.Nicotine exposure before birth and during breastfeeding can cause a key brain ...

A brain injury is two times more likely to develop attention problems

by : FnF Desk

People with mild to moderate brain injuries are two times more likely to have developed attention problems and those with severe injuries are five times more likely to develop secondary Attention Defi...

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Demonetization, a bitter pill stuck in the throat

by : Priti Prakash

The year 2016 finale saw a defining descendency of the state of Indian economic health. Demonetizati...

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Obeisance to Ramakrishna Paramahansa on his birth anniversary

by : Satya Narayan Sahu

Today is the birth anniversary of Ramakrishna Paramahansa, one of the greatest spiritual leaders pro...

Conduct Rules for whom?

by : Rajeshwar Singal

This may sound like a dilemma, but it is not far from truth. Conduct Rules are meant to govern condu...

Twice bitten, not yet shy

by : Sunita Narain

Urban India is sick. Yes, that is right. Across our cities, dengue and chikungunya are taking their ...

Common Man and Judicial System

by : Ravi Kishore

Today every one is talking about judicial accountability i.e. how the whole system of judiciary is t...

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