Best Stories From Print August 24

Following are the best top stories from print.

Published: 24th August 2015 08:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th August 2015 08:05 AM   |  A+A-


Pakistan Raised K-bogey to Get Out of Talks, Says Rajnath

Why were separatists and Kashmir not raised when the PMs met in Ufa, asks Home Minister.


Unrealistic Posturing Killed Talks: Separatists

Separatist leaders hold India responsible for the cancellation of talks; J&K CM Mufti Mohammad Sayeed expresses hope that the break will be temporary


Irani Flags Land Grab, Calls Rahul A Liar

Irani questioned the alleged sale of land meant for a bicycle factory to a trust run by Rahul's family, the Congress, however, dismissed her allegations as “wild and baseless”.


Bandhan Joins Indian Banking League

The new bank begins operations with `2,570 crore capital base; will focus on small and medium enterprises in rural and semi-urban areas


Commodity Markets Tumble as China Weakness Spreads

The Aussie dollar fell as iron ore miner Fortescue saw its annual profits collapse almost 90 percent.


U Mumba Edge Out Bengaluru Bulls, Lift Pro Kabaddi League 2015 Title

U Mumba overcame a fighting Bengaluru Bulls 36-30 in a thrilling summit clash to lift the second Star Sports Pro Kabaddi crown.


'Teacher Kalam had No Complaints on Students'

Former President of India APJ Abdul Kalam never complained about the students, instead reposed confidence in them.

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