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BJP caught unawares by UPA move
Many parties will like to see woman elected President
She stood by Congress through thick and thin
Indira Gandhi wanted to make Pratibha Maharashtra CM, but the idea was dropped
Win-win situation, say Rajasthanis
JAIPUR: : The nomination of Rajasthan Governor Pratibha Patil as the ruling United Progressive Alliance's Presidential candidate came as a surprise to most Rajasthanis, who were till then preoccupied with the candidature of Vice-President ...
India, facing uranium fuel shortage, presses on with nuclear power programme
New mines, mills planned in Andhra Pradesh, Meghalaya; five reactors under construction
Text of statement
NEW DELHI: This is the text of the press release issued after the meeting of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) and Left leaders here on Thursday: It said: "This meeting of the UPA and Left Parties resolved unanimously to field Smt. ...
Tata to expand telecom business
CHENNAI: Tata Sons Chairman Ratan Tata on Thursday said his telecom company was keen on expanding, by adopting the latest technology. "We intend to grow the telecom business in the country. We would like to become one of the leading ...
Singur land cannot be returned: Nirupam Sen
Legal obstacles to returning land; wall already built at site
J&K situation improving: Home Secretary
"However, there is no scope for complacency"
Blankets, sewing machines seized in raid on SP office
These were procured for the poor during Mulayam regime
Modi's photo on biscuit packets draws flak
Meant for malnourished children, pregnant women
Modi launches Rs. 6000-crore irrigation, water supply project
To benefit 10 districts in Kutch-Saurashtra, north Gujarat
Rs. 2,000-crore U.K. aid for healthcare
Targeted at the poor and marginalised sections
New Health Regulations come into force
Updated version will give maximum security against spread of diseases
Ramchandra Gandhi cremated
NEW DELHI: Ramchandra Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, was cremated in the presence of his relatives and friends at the Lodhi Road crematorium here on Thursday. He was found dead in a guestroom at the India International Centre on ...
Funding change hurts Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan
Many States unable to pick up 50 per cent of expenses
Court rejects CID request for narco-analysis test on Vanzara
AHMEDABAD: The Ahmedabad Chief Metropolitan Magistrate rejected the CID (Crime) police request for narco-analysis and brain mapping tests of the six police officers, including D.G. Vanzara, arrested in connection with the Sohrabuddin fake ...
Strike was inevitable: ACEU
NEW DELHI: : Air Corporation Employees Union (ACEU) general secretary J. K. Badola said on Thursday that the strike by the employees of the state-owned airline, Indian, became inevitable in the wake of the management's attitude on the question of ...
Second underground railway corridor for Kolkata
KOLKATA: The city is set to be the first in the country to have a second underground railway corridor. The project providing for Metro services along an east-west corridor that is to extend underwater across the Hooghly river to Howrah on the ...
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