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NDTV poll: icons from Mahatma Gandhi to Sachin
People vote on independent India’s greatest personalities, achievements — as well as the low points
NEW DELHI: The methodology for the poll conducted across 13 cities including the four metros involved direct questionnaires administered randomly at street corners, responses received through the channel’s website and mobile ...
Three killed as ordnance depot catches fire in Kashmir
Defence spokesman rubbishes militants’ claim
Flood situation eases
NEW DELHI: With rain-fed rivers receding and a merciless sun beating down, the flood fury in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh abated further whereas 700 people were evacuated on Saturday from an Orissa town where Vansadhara river flowed close to the ...
BJP criticises Left’s stance on deal
NEW DELHI: While maintaining that the party was not against having close relations and cooperation with the U.S., the Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday criticised the Left parties for what it called was their “double standards” ...
Manmohan’s statement disputed
NEW DELHI: The All-India Forward Bloc on Saturday disputed the statement of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh that the Left parties had a “flawed” understanding of the Indo-U.S. nuclear deal. Various ...
Middle-income nations not getting donors’ support: WFP official
Regrets silent emergency evokes little reaction
Department of Posts to operate daily cargo flight to north-eastern States
NEW DELHI: To improve its efficiency in the north-eastern States, the Department of Posts (DoP) has acquired an airplane from Air India that will operate a daily cargo flight carrying parcels, courier, speed post and letters to the seven ...
4 Indians killed in road accident
DUBAI: At least four Indians were killed and four others were injured when a minibus, in which they were travelling, collided with a bus on Emirates Road here, a senior police officer said. “The minibus was completely destroyed ...
‘No closure of cases mentioned in report’
I am not happy with implementation of Srikrishna report: Deshmukh
RTI Act puts library in a quandary
NEW DELHI: Constitutional expert A. G. Noorani’s attempt to access the ‘Haksar Papers’ in the Nehru Memorial Museum & Library (NMML) under the Right to Information (RTI) Act has put the institution — with a sizable ...
Asian human rights body’s warning
NEW DELHI: The Asian Centre for Human Rights (ACHR) has condemned the “expulsion” of Medicines Sans Frontiers (MSF) Doctors Without Borders, from Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh as a “counter-productive” measure that ...
‘Courts cannot usurp legislature functions’
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