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File notings related to identifiable individuals, organisations to be exempted
Army chief withdraws circular
NEW DELHI: : Chief of Army Staff J. J. Singh on Friday withdrew a circular directing officials to withhold furnishing of information under the Right to Information Act till the Defence Ministry considered the Army's plea to exempt the three armed ...
Zee Sports wins TV rights for Test series
NEW DELHI: Zee Sports has won the cable and satellite television rights for the three-Test series between India and Sri Lanka starting in Chennai on Friday. The terrestrial rights have been granted to Doordarshan. Friday's match will be ...
Kalam suggests a network of rivers in Tamil Nadu
"The Cauvery could be linked with the Vaigai, Palar and Tamiraparani"
Left will vote against Banking Bill, says Karat
PALAKKAD: Communist Party of India (Marxist) general secretary Prakash Karat on Thursday warned the Manmohan Singh Government that the Left parties would vote against the Banking Act Amendment Bill and the Pension Bill in Parliament. ...
CHENNAI: The cyclonic storm in the Bay weakened into a deep depression late on Thursday and remained stationary at 350 kilometres east southeast of Chennai. It is expected to cross the coast on Friday night between extreme north Tamil Nadu and ...
Amitabh's condition stable
MUMBAI: Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan, who underwent surgery on Wednesday, is stable now, hospital sources said. He will be under observation for the next three days and further tests will also be conducted to rule out any other problem. ...
An all-star line-up for an "AIDS-free India"
NEW DELHI: Bollywood stars Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor, Shilpa Shetty and Sharmila Tagore and cricket star Kapil Dev took time off their busy schedules to share the stage with political leaders and policymakers here in the Capital on Thursday to ...
Sabarimala: PAC for statutory status
This will ensure smooth implementation of master plan, says panel
Slain IOC official's kin given Rs. 26 lakhs compensation
Union Minister and the IOC Chairman visit his residence in Kolar Gold Fields
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