The Week
transparent
JUDICIARY
Death row convict may be heard in open court: SC
IANS
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday held that in the cases where the death sentence has been upheld by the apex court, the death convict will have a right that his petition seeking review of the verdict upholding death sentence will be heard by the three judges bench in an open court and he will be accorded half an hour hearing.The apex court constitution bench headed by Chief Justice R.M....
PAKISTAN
PM chairs joint parliament session as crisis deepens
ECONOMY
Sensex, Nifty hit record highs
PM IN JAPAN
India committed to peace: Modi
Cover Story
Sly, sleek and surefooted 
In 100 days, Narendra Modi shed his divisive image, displayed finesse in handling ticklish issues and bolstered his reputation as a control freak. The good days, however, have not yet come
Shifting dynamics
Tokyo drift
More »
transparent
Courage To Go Beyond
Ghosts who sign
Corporate giants and local administration forge signatures of dead villagers to get sanction for power projects
Bruised, but not broken
Home Alone
The muck stops here?
More »
Health
Eat fruits daily for healthy heart 
Daily fruit consumption cuts the overall risk of death by 32 percent and cardio-vascular diseases (CVDs) by...
Fat kids more likely to have high BP
Ebola outbreak reaches Senegal
Daily exercise can help delay ageing
More »
transparent
More Inside THE WEEK
Two states
Family matters
Interview/ Siddaramaiah
History meets religion
Powerpuff girls
Current Events
Heyday of Raj'
A mass leader, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh is happiest when he is on the road, reaching out to people
Modi stresses on women empowerment, education
Having a blast
Parliament reappoints al-Thinni as PM
More »
Business
12 Indian firms in Forbes' 50
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), HCL Technologies and HDFC Bank are among the 50 best public companies in...
Will auction coal blocks if cancelled, centre to SC
Reliance Cap-Nippon Life launch funds
Modi’s slow and steady economic policies
More »
@Leisure
Sports
'Tough for BCCI to host AGM this month'
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) may find it tough to host the Annual General Meeting (AGM)...
Sania impresses, end of road for Paes
Murray to play Djokovic in quarters
Serena, Pennetta set up quarter clash
More »
SlideShow

Statescan
Riots and wrongs
Rampant communal violence in Maharashtra could be a ploy to gain votes in the upcoming assembly polls
Disillusionment with Modi and the BJP is setting in
Enrica Lexie case: Italian marine hospitalised
Sops and Bubbles
More »
Forecast

Aries

Taurus

Gemini

Cancer

Leo

Virgo

Libra

Scorpio

Sagittarius

Capricorn

Aquarius

Pisces
transparent
Fast-lane-promo
transparent
300x50
transparent
EBOOK PROMO-1
transparent
transparent
My Take Cast Your Vote
freewheeling  |  Derek O'Brien
Let's be fair on fare
In the 1890s, my mother’s grandfather joined the Bengal Nagpur Railway. For my family, this began a four-generation association with the railways. He rose to become an assistant engineer, working in the area ...  »
grand slam  |  Sania Mirza
Quietly brilliant
It is unfortunate that one of India’s finest tennis players has played the last professional match of his career and is yet to be accorded the kind of hero’s farewell, which he so richly deserves, by ...  »
iclick-banner
transparent
Party Snacks
Aspiring historian
Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley recently released Exploring Aspirations: Unlocking India's Future, a...
Pincode
My God, milord
It is five in the evening and there is only half an hour to go before the time for the satya pramanam ends at...
More »
transparent
transparent
transparent
Stay Connected with  THE WEEK
   Find us on Facebook
   Follow us on Twitter
   Follow us on Google+
Subscribe to RSS Feeds