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Encroachment on forest land to be verified
Boost for Adivasis’ struggle in Dhule district
Pranab: SAARC should check human trafficking
“No alternative to accelerating regional cooperation”
India can play a key role in resolving crisis: Rajapaksa
‘But we will not prefer direct intervention of our neighbour’
Equal opportunity panel to be set up
Centre announces measures to improve status of minorities
Permanent Court of Arbitration branch in Delhi
To promote dispute resolution
“Medical professionals must not indulge in unethical practices”
World Medical Association president says position in Third World is bad
Rumours triggered Allahabad violence
Anti-social elements trying to foment communal trouble: police
BJP gets into election mode
NEW DELHI: “Minority appeasement” through “reverse discrimination” and a “soft attitude” toward terrorism, besides the Congress’ ‘inability’ to run a coalition government are two issues ...
Sinha: Advani’s suggestion is worth examining
New Delhi: Senior BJP leader L.K. Advani’s remark that domestic laws can be changed to protect India’s nuclear options were only a suggestion for the party to examine, his colleague Yashwant Sinha has said. “Mr. ...
World Bank framing long-term strategy
NEW DELHI: With globalisation changing the contours of economic decision-making across the world, the World Bank is reorienting its strategy to see how best it can serve the needs of various countries in the years to come. Armed with a ...
Pawar’s claim on suicides disputed
MUMBAI: The Vidarbha Jan Andolan Samiti (VJAS) has debunked the statement of Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar that farmers’ suicides have come down in the State and that the media was exaggerating the issue. The VJAS said ...
Chennai-Europe flights to be introduced
Bangalore: Air India, or ‘The National Aviation Company of India’ to give it its official name after the merger of the two national carriers, the erstwhile Air India and Indian, will shortly introduce direct flights between Chennai ...
Shiv Sena threatens stir
MUMBAI: Opposing implementation of the Sachar Committee report, Shiv Sena MPs led by executive president Uddhav Thackeray will soon meet Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. The party said the “hurried implementation” of the ...
Dasmantpur ill-equipped to tackle cholera
Dasmantpur (Orissa): Oriya Kanjika (35) has lost three members of his family to cholera at Dasmantpur, one of the worst hit zones in Koraput district. The epidemic has claimed 80 lives. While his father died on Friday, his eight-year-old son ...
Retired seamen seek hike in pension
New Delhi: The Retired Indian Seamen’s Association has appealed to the Centre to consider its long-pending demand of increasing the monthly pension granted to the retired Indian seafarers from Rs. 200 to Rs. 3,000. The Association ...
1,000 “good quality” buses for Delhi soon
‘This move would reduce increasing burden on DTC’
Corpus fund to protect Asiatic Lions
Gujarat move to counter poaching
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