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Trump signs order to roll back Obama’s climate change measures

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump today signed another controversial executive order to radically change his predecessor Barack Obama’s climate policies, dealing a body blow to the international efforts to combat… Read more »

IATA questions laptop ban on some flights to US, UK

NEW DELHI: The ban imposed by the US and the UK on carriage of laptops and other electronic items on board flights from some countries is “not an acceptable long-term… Read more »

4 abandoned Pak boats seized in Sir Creek in Jan-Feb: Govt

NEW DELHI: Four abandoned boats have been seized by the BSF in the Sir Creek area of Gujarat in January and February this year, while 11 such abandoned boats were… Read more »

Change working style; Adityanath tells police officials

LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has asked police officials to change the way they work to instill a sense of safety among the public and fear among criminals…. Read more »

China hopes Oppo flag row will be resolved ‘properly’

BEIJING: China has said that it hopes the Indian authorities would “properly” resolve the issue of a Chinese official at smartphone maker Oppo allegedly insulting the Indian flag and safeguard… Read more »

India lost Rs 12 lakh cr due to BJP’s opposition to GST: Moily

NEW DELHI: India lost a whopping Rs 12 lakh crore due to years of delay in implementation of the GST due to the stiff opposition by the BJP when the… Read more »

No intl law to bar sale of items carrying Indian flag image

NEW DELHI: There is no international law barring the sale of products including doormats with image of the Indian flag in other countries, but legal action can be launched against… Read more »

No relief to those who defaulted on 1st IDS installment: CBDT

NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has refused to grant any relief to those black money declarants who failed to submit their first installment of tax and… Read more »

UIDAI blacklists agency that leaked Dhoni’s Aadhaar details

NEW DELHI: Taking a serious view of public sharing of Aadhaar details of M S Dhoni, the Unique Identification Authority of India has blacklisted for 10 years the entity that… Read more »

J&K MLA detained while trying to march toward Mehbooba’s residence

SRINAGAR: Independent MLA Sheikh Abdul Rashid was today detained by J&K Police when he and his supporters tried to march towards Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti’s residence here to protest the… Read more »

Aus govt company seeks to invest in Adani’s coal mine project

MELBOURNE: An Australian government-owned investment firm is keen to fund the “infrastructure pieces” of Indian energy giant Adani’s controversial 21 billion dollar coal mine project in Queensland. Chief executive of… Read more »

Alleged ISIS operatives say they are remorseful, plead guilty

NEW DELHI: Two persons accused of criminal conspiracy to raise funds for the ISIS and recruiting people for the terror outfit today approached a special court pleading guilty, saying they… Read more »

I will run: Karan Johar on hearing Kangana’s name

MUMBAI: “I am going to run out of here” is how filmmaker Karan Johar reacted when he heard actress Kangana Ranaut’s name being mentioned at an event here. The filmmaker’s… Read more »

Lehmann disappointed with Kohli’s no-longer-friends comment

NEW DELHI: Australia coach Darren Lehmann on Wednesday said he is disappointed with India captain Virat Kohli for declaring that he is no longer friends with Australian players after an… Read more »

Baby girl attacked by Indian-origin father loses eyesight

LONDON: A one-year-old baby girl allegedly attacked with a hammer by her Indian-origin father in London recently has lost her eyesight and can hear only partially. Bidhya Sagar Das was… Read more »

India Post E-paper Edition March 31 2017

Vanita Gupta to head ‘Leadership Conference’

WASHINGTON: Indian-American Vanita Gupta, who headed civil rights division in the Department of Justice in the Obama Administration, has been appointed as president and CEO of ‘The Leadership Conference on… Read more »

India’s seventh Test series win in a row

DHARAMSALA: A clinical India regained the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, beating Australia by eight wickets in the deciding fourth Test here to clinch one of the most controversial and hard-fought bilateral contests… Read more »

Weekly Horoscope for For March 24 to March 31, 2017

Aries (March 21 to April 20): The professional matters look better. Some of you may have to move in connection with the job. The due promotion/recognition may be delayed. Some… Read more »

MPs concerned over yet another killing of Indians

NEW DELHI: Members in both Houses of Parliament today expressed concern over the killing of an Indian woman and her seven-year old son in the US last night and demanded… Read more »