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King Charles II Medal for President
London: The Royal Society, U.K.’s national academy of science, has awarded the King Charles II Medal to President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam in recognition of his “extraordinary” contribution to promotion of science in India. ...
Congress hits out at BJP
Charge of tapping phones denied
Advani slams Manmohan statement
“Government bowing to terrorism”
Stadium issue: Mayawati in damage control mode
“No move to build Kanshi Ram memorial in the stadium”
Sushma: my phone is under surveillance
S.S. Ahluwalia, Digvijay Singh have similar complaints
Strike was unwarranted, says Raja
CHENNAI: Union Minister for Communications and Information Technology A. Raja on Wednesday described the one-day strike resorted to by BSNL employees as “unwarranted” and said “lakhs of customers were unnecessarily ...
No compromise on quality of imported wheat, says Pawar
Order for 10 lakh tonnes cancelled due to high global prices
Varsity alumni launch signature campaign
Seek revocation of Shivaji Panikkar’s suspension
No pending claims, says Maharashtra
MUMBAI: Faced with criticism on provision of relief to July 11, 2006 train blasts victims, the Maharashtra Government on Tuesday said ex gratia payment was made to families of those killed within two days and there were no pending claims. ...
‘Don’t use contempt power mechanically’
New Delhi: The Supreme Court has cautioned the High Courts against exercising routinely or mechanically the power to punish for contempt. Judges must earn respect through their deeds and cannot demand respect by demonstration of ...
Energy panel may not meet today
NEW DELHI: With the Committee of Secretaries (CoS) yet to finalise and submit its report on the issue of availability and pricing of natural gas, a meeting of the Energy Coordination Committee (ECC), headed by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh ...
Concern at safety of migrating elephants
Mangled train coach comes back to life
Mumbai: Coach 864 A, one of the carriages mangled in the serial bombings on Mumbai trains last year, rolled out of Churchgate station on its maiden journey since being restored. The coach is one of the seven destroyed in the blasts that ...
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