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Announcement on quota for OBCs
"Proposal yet to reach Union Cabinet"
NEW DELHI: : The Manmohan Singh Government is puzzled at the Election Commission's decision on Saturday to seek an explanation from the Cabinet Secretary on the announcement of the proposal of 27 per cent reservation for Other Backward Classes in ...
Curfew in Nepal to foil Opposition rally
Pro-democracy demonstrations continue; clashes in the capital and other towns; hundreds arrested
Government frittered away Centre's offers of assistance, says Ramadoss
"MDMK's exit from Democratic Progressive Alliance will have no adverse impact"
I will also file a case: Medha
NEW DELHI: A team of Central Ministers, which visited the Narmada Valley in Madhya Pradesh on Friday to assess the rehabilitation of families displaced by the Sardar Sarvar Project, returned here on Saturday. It was led by Union Water Resources ...
`Government must intervene'
Left concerned over strike by SBI staff
Sonia resigns as RGF chairperson
Comes ahead of EC notification for the by-election to Rae Bareli seat
India rejects U.S. suggestion
NEW DELHI: India on Saturday rejected the U.S. suggestion that it define its credible minimum nuclear deterrent, asserting that it has "no responsibility" to "declare" it. In an interview to NDTV a day after U.S. Assistant Secretary of State ...
Send petition on Navin Chawla to CEC, NDA urges President
Plea follows reports that the A-G had given a clean chit to him
State executing fewer power projects: experts
More projects are being implemented in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka
Star with a difference, show with a difference
"When something like the Gujarat carnage happens, we all get stunned. The time has come when we have to do something... ."
Two civilians shot dead by police
Policemen face villagers' ire in Warangal; Director-General of Police admits mistake
CPI(M) is opposed to Maudany's communal politics: Achuthanandan
`At the same time, it is against the inhuman treatment being meted out to him'
All vacancies in courts to be filled
Supreme Court, High Courts to get judges in six months: H.R. Bharadwaj
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