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No decision yet on giving freedom to oil firms on prices: Deora
"Increase in crude oil prices has hit developing nations"

U.S. cannot change goalpost unilaterally: Natwar
It cannot depart from the ``letter and spirit'' of the Indo-U.S. agreement on civilian nuclear cooperation

CEOs team to visit Japan on June 14
Japanese counterparts would be apprised about India's growth

"Frame policy for quota in private sector"
Parliamentary panel urges Government

Increase FDI ceiling for small industries: parliamentary panel
This will ensure better technology transfer and large investments, it says

Increase quota for SCs: Meira Kumar
NEW DELHI: In a move that may further fuel the quota controversy, the Social Justice and Empowerment Ministry is ``favourably'' considering raising reservations for Scheduled Castes from the existing 15 per cent to 16.23 per cent following the ...

Alert along West Bengal border
BSF, BDR hold flag meeting after heavy exchange of fire

Will not increase fares, will electrify all trains: Lalu Prasad
NEW DELHI: Unperturbed over diesel price hike, which would be costing an additional Rs 422 crore to the Railways, Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav on Sunday said he would not increase fares rather intensify efforts to electrify all trains. ...

Timely payment of wages is a must, says apex court
Restores order passed by Assistant Labour Commissioner

Anti-hijacking policy: new proposal will not inconvenience passengers
DGCA can look for first available passenger aircraft at airport for use of NSG commandos

Self-immolation bid over Fanaa screening
Man sustains more than 85 per cent burns

Police get warrant against Rahul for presence at special court
Powers of Magistrate who heard bail application challenged

Passports: MEA plan to abolish address verification
NEW DELHI: Obtaining a passport may not be difficult anymore if a proposal of the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) to do away with the system of address verification of an applicant receives support. The MEA intends to shift to the system ...

IIT students polarised on quota issue
IIT Mumbai begins study to evaluate quota policy; quieter demand for reservation not being heard

Muslims demand share in politics, jobs
"Reservation on basis of population"

Sajjad Lone arrested, released
The People's Conference chairman tried to take out a protest rally

BJP demands complete rollback of oil prices
Left parties adopting a "dual stand"

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