Person of the Year 2015
Vol 6 Issue 9, Feb 27 - Mar 5, 2015
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03 Mar 2015
PM has lunch in parliament canteen 21:30 ( 02 Mar 2015 )
Dalmiya elected BCCI president, Anurag secretary 21:27 ( 02 Mar 2015 )
Historic government-RBI agreement on inflation control 20:44 ( 02 Mar 2015 )
Documents leak: GMR Energy official called for questioning 20:38 ( 02 Mar 2015 )
Jaishankar in Dhaka on SAARC Yatra, holds talks 20:37 ( 02 Mar 2015 )
AAP's national executive to decide fate of Bhushan, Yadav 20:35 ( 02 Mar 2015 )
Sayeed's remarks cause uproar 20:32 ( 02 Mar 2015 )
Jaitley makes fashion statement with Nehru jacket 20:40 ( 28 Feb 2015 )
Rs.1,000 crore to be set aside for start-ups: Jaitley 18:55 ( 28 Feb 2015 )
Over 80,000 secondary schools to be upgraded 18:51 ( 28 Feb 2015 )
Rs.150 crore for research, innovation 18:50 ( 28 Feb 2015 )
India beat UAE by 9 wickets 18:48 ( 28 Feb 2015 )
Wealth tax to be abolished with tax on 'super rich' 18:45 ( 28 Feb 2015 )
Mufti to be sworn in as Kashmir CM Sunday, Modi to attend 18:41 ( 28 Feb 2015 )
New law to track black money: Jaitley 18:39 ( 28 Feb 2015 )
Jaitley avoids 'big bang' to present budget of promise, inclusion 18:37 ( 28 Feb 2015 )
Nine dead after shootings in US 20:35 ( 27 Feb 2015 )
Age gracefully, don't cover the lines: Kareena 20:30 ( 27 Feb 2015 )
De Villiers powers Proteas to win over Windies 19:44 ( 27 Feb 2015 )
Modi hits back at critics, ready to bend on land bill 19:38 ( 27 Feb 2015 )

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