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‘Maths didn't help Einstein discover gravity’: Union minister Goyal commits a Modi-model gaffe

New Delhi, Sept 12: Trying to counter his critics on India's slowing economy, Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal made a gaffe by invoking Einstein for the Theory of Gravity, which was propounded by Isaac Newton.

“Don’t go by all the calculations you see on TV, that if the country has to become a $5 trillion economy, it will...

Dangerous misuse of mandate by BJP: Sonia Gandhi

Sept 12: Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Thursday expressed concern over the "grim" economic situation in the country and accused the BJP government of misusing its mandate in the "most dangerous" fashion.

Sources said, Gandhi, while addressing Congress leaders at a meeting at the party headquarters here asserted that the BJP government was testing the resolve and...

Kolkata: Mamata takes out rally to protest against NRC

Kolkata, Sept 12: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday took out a rally in north Kolkata to protest against NRC in Assam.

The TMC supremo along with her party colleagues began her march from Sinthee More in the northern fringes of the city around 3 pm.

The rally will culminate at Shyambazar five-point...

PM only worried about 'cow economy', not country's: Owaisi on Modi’s 'Om and cow' mantra ahead of polls

Sept 12: AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi on Wednesday targetted Prime Minister Narendra Modi within hours of the latter saying some people get "electric shocks" when someone talks about "Om and cow".

Owaisi lashed out at PM Modi saying he talked about "Om and cow" keeping an eye on the assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana where the...

Patel was Right, Nehru Wrong on Kashmir, Says Ravi Shankar Prasad

Ahmedabad, Sept 12: Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said India's first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru was wrong and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the country's first home minister, was right in handling the Jammu and Kashmir issue after Independence.

Prasad was addressing a press conference here to mark the National Democratic Alliance government completing 100 days in office after...

Chinmayanand case: Shahjahanpur woman examined at hospital

Shahjahanpur, Sept 11: A special investigation team on Wednesday took the student who has accused BJP leader Swami Chinmayanand of raping, and "physically exploiting" her for a year to a hospital for medical examination.

She was taken to the local medical college hospital under heavy security, where Chief Medical Officer Dr Anita Dhasmana said the woman was...

Govt's intention is to save lives, not earn revenue through fines: Nitin Gadkari on new traffic rules

New Delhi, Sept 11: Union minister for road transport and highways Nitin Gadkari on Wednesday said the government's intention behind bringing the Motor Vehicles Amendment Act (MV Act) was not to collect revenues through fines but to save lives of people.

The minister pointed out that the number of deaths caused by road accidents is highest in...


Some people get electric shock on hearing 'Cow, Om': PM Modi

Mathura, Sept 11: Lashing out at those who have been critical of the Union government's attempt to use cow for political gain, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said that some people deem words like 'cow' and 'Om' as taboos. He said such people have ruined the country.

"When some people hear words like 'Cow' and 'Om',...

SC slams Gautam Khaitan's lawyer in AgustaWestland case

New Delhi, Sept 11: Supreme Court bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra on Wednesday slammed the lawyer of Gautam Khaitan in the AgustaWestland case on the applicability of the black money law with retrospective effect.

"You are trying to avoid the bench. This conduct is deprecating," Justice Mishra said during the hearing.

"Nonsense", said Justice...

Ban on oil imports: India shouldn’t have obeyed US, says Iran

New Delhi: Months after India decided to shut down oil imports from Iran in keeping with the sanctions imposed by the United States, the Iranian Ambassador to India said it is hurting the India-Iran bilateral trade and the former's future in Chabahar port.

Breaking silence on New Delhi's move to “zero out” oil purchases after May 2...