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Retain "all-India" outlook, Manmohan
Manmohan asks bureaucrats to remain "politically neutral and professionally competent"
Bahraich to decide Beni's future
`Prestige fight' between him and Mulayam Singh
India links truck service to SAFTA
Expansion in Pakistan's list
Refund fees to withdrawing students: AICTE
Refund fees to students opting out
Be cautious in invoking sensitive sections against authors: court
Intention to disturb communal harmony has to be judged by the language of book
India, Syria make breakthrough in hydrocarbon ties
Agree to participate in exploration, production, and development of gas infrastructure
"Don't entertain plea against court martial conviction"
If proceedings conform to procedure, court must stay its hand: apex court
Failure to procure wheat criticised
NEW DELHI: Criticising the UPA government for failing to procure adequate quantity of wheat, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday demanded immediate upward revision of the procurement prices to the wheat growers. At a briefing at the ...
Vajpayee to campaign in Uttar Pradesh
NEW DELHI: The former Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, will campaign for the Bharatiya Janata Party in Uttar Pradesh next week. Last month, his programme was cancelled due to indisposition. Mr. Vajpayee is likely to cast his vote in ...
Medical staff shortage in four major Delhi hospitals: CAG
NEW DELHI: Insufficient medical staff, endless waiting period for patients, overcrowding in wards and inadequate medical services in the Emergency and Casualty areas sums up the state of affairs at the four major public hospitals in the Capital, ...
Veena fete ends
NEW DELHI: The four-day Veena Festival in Delhi aimed at giving a new lease of life to the ancient Saraswati Veena tradition concluded on Saturday. The festival, organised by the Veena Foundation and the Indira Gandhi National Centre of the Arts ...
Follow unity in diversity: Prime Minister
Communal forces trying to destroy our composite culture, warns Manmohan
More BJP MPs involved in human trafficking: Congress
`Probe would prove Katara case is mere tip of the iceberg'
Trafficking issue `grave': Somnath Chatterjee
NEW DELHI: Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee on Saturday described the allegations of human trafficking as "very serious and grave in nature" and said it could be discussed at a meeting next week. "Allegations against [some MPs] on the face ...
Telgi, 4 others convicted
The judge will hear on the quantum of punishment on Monday
3 lensmen attacked near Bachchan's house
TV camera damaged
Spying with an Indian eye
An advanced surveillance system
Naxalites disrupt rail traffic
PATNA: Naxalites of the CPI (Maoist) on Saturday laid siege to the Narganjo railway station in the Jammui district of Bihar after abducting three employees. This was done as part of their bandh call to protest the murder of their colleague in ...
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