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Yasmeen Kapoor sent to judicial custody till Nov 1

NEW DELHI: A Delhi Court on Friday sent corporate lobbyist Deepak Talwar's close aide Yasmeen Kapoor sent to judicial custody till November 1 in a money laundering case pertaining to negotiations that allegedly favoured foreign private airlines and caused loss to state-owned Air India.

No school will be shut, assures Delhi Education Minister

NEW DELHI:Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday said his government believes in opening schools and not shutting them as he met representatives of non-recognised private schools here and assured them that the Municipal Corporation will not be allowed to close any school in the national capital.

Facebook now 'fifth estate', take it seriously: Mark Zuckerberg

SAN FRANCISCO:A defiant Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has stressed that his platform has now become a 'Fifth Estate' in the world alongside traditional news media and people no longer have to rely on traditional gatekeepers in politics or media to make their voices heard.

Sell assets to repay PMC Bank loans: HDIL promoters to ED

NEW DELHI:Facing imminent threat of more properties being attached by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in the Rs 4,335 crore Punjab and Maharashtra Cooperative (PMC) Bank fraud case, the Housing Development and Infrastructure Limited (HDIL) promoters and directors have written to the probe agency, Mumbai Police and the RBI to sell the properties at fair market rates to repay the loans taken by the company.

Left parties on fast in support of Telangana RTC employees

HYDERABAD:Headers of the Left parties and people's organisations observed a day-long fast here on Thursday in support of the strike by employees of the Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC), which entered its 13th day.

With long power cuts, gensets run rampant in NCR

NEW DELHI:The Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) to curb air pollution in the Delhi-NCR region launched recently has helped proactive rolling out of stricter measures to discourage private vehicles on roads, stop use of diesel generators and close brick kilns and stone crushers.

IL&FS completes sale of wind energy assets to Orix

NEW DELHI: In a major development in the resolution of the crisis-hit IL&FS and its group entities, IL&FS on Thursday said that it has completed the sale of its wind energy assets to Orix Corporation of Japan for Rs 4,900 crore, helping the debt ridden company to resolve its debt of over Rs 4,300 crore.

Delhi govt hiring extra buses for Odd-Even days

NEW DELHI:The Delhi Cabinet on Thursday decided to hire 2,000 extra buses to ensure enough public transport from November 4 to 15 during the Odd-Even scheme days.

No end in sight to impasse over Telangana RTC strike

HYDERABAD:The indefinite strike by employees of Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) entered the 13th day on Thursday as no end appears in sight to the impasse despite High Court directions to both the government and employees to find a negotiated settlement.

No end in sight to impasse over Telangana RTC strike

HYDERABAD:The indefinite strike by employees of Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) entered the 13th day on Thursday as no end appears in sight to the impasse despite High Court directions to both the government and employees to find a negotiated settlement.

No end in sight to impasse over Telangana RTC strik

HYDERABAD:The indefinite strike by employees of Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) entered the 13th day on Thursday as no end appears in sight to the impasse despite High Court directions to both the government and employees to find a negotiated settlement.

10-year-old recounts father's torture in custody

HAPUR(Uttar Pradesh):"More than 10 policemen were beating up my father. They gave him electric shocks and also stabbed him with screwdrivers. The policemen were also drinking alcohol and they denied water to my father who was crying in pain. I was given a packet of chips to keep quiet at gunpoint."

LPU will strengthen the entire IT training ecosystem in Mongolia

·Access to quality higher education will also be provided to Mongolian students in diverse fields including  Engineering, Management, and Pharmacy by LPU
“We have found the right partners in LPU”: Deputy Governor  Khaliunbat of the Capital City of Mongolia

2090896 MT Paddy Procured in Punjab

As of October 15, the government agencies and private millers have procured 20.9 lakh metric tonnes of paddy from various mandis across the State informed an official spokesman of the Government of Punjab.

Himachal Students to set World Record in Robotics

DHARMSHALA:All India Council for Robotics & Automation (AICRA) an apex body creating standards and policies in Robotics & Automation; is setting up a World Record in Largest Robotics Training  on 19th October (Saturday), 2019 where 40,000 students will be trained Pan-India on same date and time in different cities.

'Zuckerberg, Clegg built careers compromising their principles'

NEW DELHI:Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie has blasted Facebook for hiring former British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg as its new "apologist in chief", saying both Facebook CEO Mark Both Zuckerberg and Clegg "built their careers compromising their principles".

Persons with disabilities to be exempt from Odd Even: Kejriwal

NEW DELHI:Persons with disabilities will be exempt from Odd-Even scheme, which will be in force in the national capital from November 4 to 15, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Wednesday.

Tourists to fill up safety bond at Dudhwa National Park now

LAKHIMPUR:Visitors to the Dudhwa National Park in the Terai region of Uttar Pradesh will now be required to fill up a bond saying that in event of any mishap, they would alone be responsible for the consequences.

IMC 2019 rings in 5G video call in India on mmWave

NEW DELHI: Swedish telecom gear maker Ericsson joined hands with chipmaker Qualcomm Technologies on Tuesday to demonstrate the first 5G video call in the country on millimetreWave (mmWave) at the India Mobile Congress here.

Nobel laureate Abhijit Banerjee on macroeconomic volatility's impact on productivity growth

NEW DELHI:It has long been recognised that productivity growth and the business cycle are closely interrelated. Yet, until recently, the two phenomena have been investigated separately in the literature on economics.

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