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  • I never dreamt of becoming CM: Narendra Modi March 17, 2013

    New Delhi: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday parried questions on whether he wanted to become the Prime Minister, saying he had never even dreamt of becoming the Chief Minister. "I have never dreamt of becoming someone in life. I have always tried to do something. Mostly people dream...
  • Modi parries questions on desire to become PM March 16, 2013

    New Delhi: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today parried questions on whether he wanted to become the Prime Minister, saying he had never even dreamt of becoming the Chief Minister. "I have never dreamt of becoming someone in life. I have always tried to do something. Mostly people dream of...
  • Survey: Bizarre small town sex facts you didn't know December 4, 2012

    The INDIA TODAY-Nielsen Sex Survey of four metros (Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai) as well as 12 towns (Hisar, Moradabad, Kota, Kolhapur, Jamnagar, Ratlam, Salem, Kottayam, Guntur, Asansol, Baleshwar and Aizawl) throws up some interesting facts about how people from India's small towns behave between the sheets. The 10th annual sex...
  • Katju asks ex-CJI to probe allegations against Khurshid October 15, 2012

    New Delhi: Press Council of India chairman Justice Markandey Katju on Monday urged former Chief Justice of India and National Broadcasting Standard Association (NBSA) chief Justice JS Verma to probe allegations against Law Minister Salman Khurshid as also against India Today group and come out with its report. In a letter...
  • Aditya Birla to buy stake in Living Media India May 18, 2012

    Mumbai: Aditya Birla Group on Friday said it will buy 27.5 per cent stake in the holding firm of the India Today Group, Living Media India Ltd for an undisclosed amount. The investment will be made by Aditya Birla Group's private investment company, Aditya Birla Group said in a...
  • HC restrains media house from airing Singhvi CD April 17, 2012

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has restrained a media house from publishing, telecasting and broadcasting the contents of a CD pertaining to Congress leader and a leading advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi. "Till the next hearing, the defendants (the media house), their agents and all others acting for and/or on their...
  • Muslims in India are being misled: Salman Rushdie March 19, 2012

    New Delhi: Acclaimed writer Salman Rushdie, author of the controversial 'The Satanic Verses' as also bestsellers like 'Midnight's Children' and 'Shame', on Saturday denounced "disgraceful vote bank politics" being practised in the country and said "95 per cent of Muslims in India are not interested in violence being done in...
  • Venkaiah Naidu targets Congress over Rushdie March 18, 2012

    Hyderabad: A day after controversial author Salman Rushdie hit out at Congress and Rahul Gandhi, senior BJP leader M Venkaiah Naidu said on Sunday that the Congress was adopting a "selective approach" in this regard. "That was unfortunate... Congress and pseudo-secular parties were selective in their approach," he told reporters...
  • Salman Rushdie blames Congress for Jaipur fiasco March 28, 2012

    New Delhi: Controversial author Salman Rushdie on Saturday targetted the Congress party, particularly Rahul Gandhi at the India Today Conclave, saying his presence was blocked in the Jaipur Literature Festival due to "useless electoral calculations". He suggested that this "led to the debacle" of Congress in Uttar Pradesh. Rushdie said "Deobandi...
  • Muslims in India are being misled: Salman Rushdie March 18, 2012

    New Delhi: Acclaimed writer Salman Rushdie, author of the controversial "The Satanic Verses" as also bestsellers like "Midnight's Children" and "Shame", on Saturday denounced "disgraceful vote bank politics" being practised in the country and said "95 per cent of Muslims in India are not interested in violence being done in...
  • Omar tweets on skipping conclave where Rushdie spoke March 18, 2012

    Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Saturday night defended his decision to skip the India Today Conclave saying ensuring there were no communal clashes in Rajouri town was more important than attending the meet in Delhi. "My job was to ensure we avoided...
  • Meeting Rushdie not important, Omar tweets March 17, 2012

    Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah tonight defended his decision to skip the India Today Conclave saying ensuring there were no communal clashes in Rajouri town was more important than attending the meet in Delhi. "My job was to ensure we avoided the possibility of serious communal clashes in...
  • Salman Rushdie in Delhi, attends function March 17, 2012

    New Delhi: Two months after he was forced to skip a literary fest in Jaipur, controversial writer Salman Rushdie on Saturday night attended a function in New Delhi amid tight security. The controversial author of 'The Satanic Verses', which was banned in India owing to protest from a section of Muslims,...
  • IT Conclave: Salman Rushdie's session postponed March 24, 2012

    New Delhi: Author Salman Rushdie's literary session at the India Today Conclave has been postponed by a day to Saturday following a sudden change in schedule, the organisers said. The organisers refused to cite any specific reason for the change and said the session would be open for select invitees only. Tight...
  • Imran Khan cancels India trip over Salman Rushdie March 14, 2012

    New Delhi: Pakistani cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan has reportedly cancelled a visit to India after it emerged that author Salman Rushdie would be speaking at the same conference. The Express Tribune reported that Imran Khan refused to attend the India Today conclave in New Delhi if Salman Rushdie was also going...
  • India Today grp to launch daily in '07 November 27, 2006

    New Delhi: The India Today group on Monday said it would launch an English language daily in the Capital early next year. "We are working on it and the paper is expected to be launched some time early next year," Group Chief Aroon Purie said on the sidelines of the India...
  • Most Indian men want virgin brides November 6, 2006

    New Delhi: Nearly two-thirds of young Indian men expect the woman they marry to be a virgin, but nearly half have had sex with prostitutes, according to a poll. The survey of more than 2,500 men aged between 16 and 25 conducted by India Today magazine across 11 cities found...
  • India Today Poll: Punjab best state September 2, 2006

    New Delhi: The Northern states are India’s biggest consumers, the Southern states have a much better law and order situation and insurgency-plagued Jammu and Kashmir is an attraction for investors: these are some of the surprising findings of the India Today State of the States poll. The poll pitches different states...