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The Times of India: Indian English-language daily newspaper
The Times of India (TOI) is an Indian English-language daily newspaper owned by The Times Group. It is the third-largest newspaper in India by circulation and largest selling English-language daily in the world according to Audit Bureau of Circulations (India). It is the oldest English-language newspaper in India still in circulation, albeit under different names since its first edition published in 1838. It is also the second-oldest Indian newspaper still in circulation after the Bombay Samachar.

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HRD minister quotes viral hoax on Sanskrit

Nasa believes that Sanskrit is the most scientific language for programming, said HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ while delivering the 57th convocation address at IIT-Bombay. Students told..
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India issues Pakistan note verbale over diplomats' harassment

India issued yet another note verbale to Pakistan earlier this month protesting five cases of harassment of Indian diplomats in Islamabad, TOI has learnt. While these were mostly cases of tailing, the..
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How the sea spits out plastic

Monsoon usually comes with several instances of garbage-spill on Mumbai’s beaches and promenades. As the season peaks, TOI looks at the science of how the sea churns up plastic waste from its bowels..
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A cause for the Times: Helping India...Say bye to dry

The Times of India ran a front-page editorial on July 1, along with the day’s lead story, welcoming Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call on ‘Mann ki Baat’ for a national effort to protect and..
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Only Modi, Trump can make India-US relationship work: Mike Pompeo

US President Trump and PM Modi can execute the transformation of the India-US relationship, secretary of state Mike Pompeo said in an exclusive interview to TOI. He said, “These two leaders have a..
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Pakistan could allow only 700 devotees , levy fee and issue permits for Indian devotees

Pakistan government could allow only 700 devotees each day for four to five days a week, it could levy around $100 fee on Indian pilgrims and it could take up to three days for it to issue permits to..
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Election Commission notice to Sunny Deol for breaching poll expense limit

The Election Commission has issued a notice to actor-turned-politician Sunny Deol for crossing the poll expenditure limit in the recently concluded Lok Sabha polls. Gurdaspur deputy commissioner Vipul..
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It's business for government at 9.30am

Following the instruction of PM Narendra Modi, Union ministers Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi and Ram Vilas Paswan have rescheduled their morning engagements in order to reach their offices by 9.30am. TOI found..
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In relief to India, Maldives may scrap ocean deal with China

An agreement China signed with the Maldives to build an observatory in the Indian Ocean is likely to be scrapped, as India's relations with its maritime neighbour enter a purple patch following the..
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India's second journey to the moon

Isro is all geared up for its second moon mission, slated for launch on July 15, which follows the Chandrayaan-1 lunar probe in 2008. TOI traces the path that Chandrayaan-2 will take to realise..
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India’s role vital for peace in Indian Ocean, says Maldives

As PM Narendra Modi landed in Male on Saturday, Maldivian foreign minister Abdulla Shahid told TOI that India had a key role to play in the maintenance of peace and stability in the Indian Ocean, and..
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Looking at India for peace and stability in Indian Ocean: Maldives

As PM Modi landed in Male on Saturday, Maldives foreign minister Abdulla Shahid told TOI India had a key role to play in the maintenance of peace and stability in the Indian Ocean, and in turn the..
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No trace of IAF AN-32 that disappeared over Bay of Bengal three years ago

When contacted, official spokesperson of the ministry of defence Col Aman Anand told TOI that there were no updates about the AN-32 aircraft that went missing three years ago.
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Leader of Kerala IS module ‘killed by the US forces in Afghanistan’

A message sent by an unidentified IS operative from Khorasan province of Afghanistan through Telegram app says that Abdulla was killed in ‘random bombing’ by US forces. “Total three Indian..
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These men and women will run India for the next 5 years

Amit Shah makes his debut, and Suresh Prabhu his exit. Jaishankar is the big surprise, and Sushma the shock omission. As the 58 shades of Team Modi are unveiled in a US-style inauguration, TOI..
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Your good news journey starts here

Starting today, TOI will bring you positive news therapy — fundamental improvements that you might have missed because they are too slow or fragmented. But over time, they show what a Swedish..
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TOI’s #PredictThePoll contest: Chance to win prizes worth lakhs of rupees


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India to get another 'eye in the sky' on May 22

India is set to get another 'eye in the sky' as Isro will launch its latest radar imaging satellite (Risat-2BR1) on May 22 from Sriharikota. "Though the new satellite looks same as the old one from..
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TOI exclusive: India working on robots that may patrol borders

As part of enhancing India's defence capabilities, scientists have been quietly working on all-terrain artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled robots that may eventually patrol the country's borders...
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Masood Azhar on constant move since Balakot

Highly placed intelligence sources told TOI that Azhar, who was designated by the UNSC on Wednesday as global terrorist, has been on the move from one hideout to another since the Balakot air strikes...
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22 losses, yet chaiwala keeps stirring poll pot

The 49-year-old has contested in every election since 1994. “It’s a fascination. People have different passions and this is mine. I want to be part of the festival of democracy,” he told TOI...
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Ask the PM a question and TOI will take it to him


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Chandrayaan-2 mission deferred again, scheduled for May launch

The launch of India's second lunar mission was initially planned in April last year but later Isro deferred the liftoff till October 2018. But the launch could not happen in October also due to some..
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Space debris due to A-Sat test won’t affect Monday launch: Ex-DRDO scientist

Setting to rest all fears and concerns, former DRDO scientist Ravi Gupta told TOI, “Whenever a country is launching a satellite, it calculates all the risk involved in the mission by considering each..
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Eastern Regional Bureau of CPI Maoist release manifesto and structure of proposed people’s government

After a long gap, just ahead of 17th Lok Sabha election, they have shared part of their plan to provide an alternate to the present system and sought political recognition to the movement. Issuing a..
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TOI is the most trusted English news brand in India: Report


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His dad signed Rajiv, Sonia poll papers. He will now fight Rahul

Citing lack of development and progress in Amethi as reasons for his disenchantment with Congress, Haroon told TOI, “There is a big difference in what Congress says and what it does. And no place can..
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TOI report triggers Twitter spat between Sushma Swaraj, Pak minister


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Pending bills to defence contractors now more than Rs 2,000 crore

“That money was insufficient, and about 45 days ago, when we calculated the amount that was pending from the MoD it was Rs 2,000 crore. Now, it has risen to touch almost Rs 2,500 crore,” Praveen..
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Maya, Akhilesh may not contest Lok Sabha polls

The hectic campaign schedule, which will leave them with little time to canvass for themselves, is purportedly why Mayawati and Akhilesh Yadav are rethinking their candidature. Akhilesh had earlier..
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7 from India killed in mosque massacre in New Zealand, say families

Four Indians — one from Hyderabad, a woman from Kerala and two from Gujarat—were among those killed in the Christchurch terror attack in New Zealand on Saturday, their families confirmed to TOI on..
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Sharad Pawar makes one more U-turn, says won’t contest polls

NCP sources told TOI on Monday that Sharad Pawar chose to opt out as his party in Madha was plagued by factionalism between MP Vijaysinh Mohite Patil and his arch rival Sanjay Shinde. A few days ago,..
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On tape: 3 Kashmiri youths escape Pakistan terror camp

A videotaped interrogation of the trio by the Indian Army, accessed by TOI, reveals that 22-year-old Mohammad Shafi Bhatt, 20-year-old Sajjad Ahmad Wani and 21-year-old Abid Ahmad Dar, all from J&K’s..
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