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I’m too old to aspire to be party chief: P. Chidambaram - Asian Age
When asked about the doubts voiced on Rahul Gandhi’s leadership, former finance minister P. Chidambaram on Friday said: “I agree that Congress (cadres’) morale is pretty low. But I don’t agree that the morale cannot be lifted. Direction cannot be ...
Samajwadi Party begins exercise to identify ‘saboteurs’ - Asian Age
The Samajwadi Party is finally getting down to business. After months of admonitions and warnings, party president Mulayam Singh Yadav has constituted a 35-member committee to identify “traitors” in the party. The committee will take up 26 districts in ...
Ram Jethmalani slams ‘ill-advised’ move - Asian Age
Rajya Sabha MP and senior lawyer c Jethmalani has attacked the NDA government over its stand in the Supreme Court over not making public the names of the people on the black money list, calling it “ill-advised”. In a letter to finance minister Arun ...
BJP and Shiv Sena deadlock likely to end in days - Asian Age
The deadlock over government formation in Maharashtra is expected to get over soon with the Shiv Sena and BJP striking a deal for a coalition government in the state. By Monday, both parties are expected to bury the hatchet and sort out their differences.
Northeast United climb to number two - dc.asianage.com
Northeast United picked up three vital points, stunning hosts Mumbai FC 2-0 in their Indian Super League match in Navi Mumbai on Friday. Strikes from Kondwani Mtonga and Felipe de Castro set up Northeast FC’s victory, and they now have seven points from ...
Delhi Dynamos in search of first win - dc.asianage.com
An impressive show against table toppers Atletico de Kolkata boosting their morale, Delhi Dynamos take high-flying Channaiyin FC in what promises to be a high-voltage clash in the Hero Indian Super League here on Saturday. Dynamos began their ISL campaign ...
Airports on alert after a terror threat to Air India - archivev.asianage.com
Airports across India were put on high alert by the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security after the state-run Airports Authority of India got a letter in Kolkata that warned of terror attacks on Air India flights at Ahmedabad, Mumbai and Kochi by suicide bombers.
South Zone enter final, Gautam Gambhir slams hundred for North - archivev.asianage.com
South Zone took just 40 minutes into the third morning to decimate East Zone by an innings and 118 runs en route to their entry into the Duleep Trophy final. East’s second innings was terminated at 62/9 with Wriddhiman Saha nursing a bruised thumb not ...
Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi should speak out more: P. Chidambaram - archivev.asianage.com
Suggesting that Congress president Sonia Gandhi and her son Rahul, party vice-chief, should “speak more” and put in action a timetable to enable the party to play the role of a “true Opposition” when the morale of the party cadre is “pretty low ...
Gurunath Meiyappan’s voice sample confirmed in IPL tapes - archivev.asianage.com
The voice sample in conversations taped by the Mumbai police have been confirmed as that of Gurunath Meiyappan, once a team official of the IPL cricket franchise Chennai Super Kings. Gurunath and his cricket betting contact Vindoo Dara Singh, who had both ...
Sporting take U-turn, now decide to play - archivev.asianage.com
Just days after shocking the football fraternity by declaring they were shutting down for the season due to acute funds crunch, the city’s 123-year-old club Mohammedan Sporting on Friday announced that they will play in all tournaments and resume ...
58 terrorist cells active in Bengal - archivev.asianage.com
In a sensational revelation, intelligence agencies and the National Investigation Agency told the Centre that at least 58 terror modules are active in West Bengal, most specialising in making IEDs. A status report on the investigations into the Burdwan ...
Gareth Bale blow, a blessing in disguise? - archivev.asianage.com
The most star-studded game in world football will be missing one of its brightest lights on Saturday as Real Madrid host Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu without the injured Gareth Bale. It took the Welshman the best part of the three goes at the Clasico ...
Hashim Amla powers Proteas to series win - archivev.asianage.com
South Africa crushed New Zealand to claim a 72-run victory in the second one-day international on Friday, inspired by a superb century from opening batsman Hashim Amla. In a see-sawing match, the Proteas initially blunted the Black Caps attack then endured ...
Caroline Wozniacki makes semis - archivev.asianage.com
Caroline Wozniacki stormed into the WTA Finals last four on Friday as Maria Sharapova’s early exit crowned Serena Williams as year-end world number one for the second season in a row. Wozniacki battered Petra Kvitova 6-2, 6-3 for her third victory in ...