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In view of Gujarat polls: Chavan
UNPA-Left for common approach to nuclear deal
Understanding reached at meeting on stance to be taken in Parliament
Threat to Benazir
Karachi: The former Pakistan, Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, on Tuesday received a threat that she could be targeted by female suicide squads. Meanwhile, a top official said there were apparently two suicide bombers behind last week’s ...
Parliament approval must, says UNPA
NEW DELHI: The United National Progressive Alliance (UNPA) on Tuesday said the government should not operationalise the nuclear deal with the United States without Parliament’s approval. “The deal should be discussed in detail in ...
Fractured mandates cause difficulties: PM
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on Tuesday that “competitive politics” and “very fractured mandates” had made it difficult for governments to do what was “manifestly obvious.” Delivering ...
Nuclear deal: Manmohan hopeful of solution
Says deal does not compromise India’s position to pursue an independent foreign policy
Damage to Ambedkar statue sparks protests in Madurai
MADURAI: Damage caused to a statue of B.R. Ambedkar led to protests in Madurai on Tuesday with members of various Dalit organisations resorting to road blockade in the city and district demanding action against those responsible. Seventeen ...
Stormy session likely in Puducherry
Gambari seeks concrete action for democracy in Myanmar
Wants New Delhi to encourage Yangon to work with U.N. authorities
Indian, PoK nationals cross over for reunion
Poonch: As part of confidence building measures between India and Pakistan, 119 people crossed over the Line Of Control in Poonch district for an emotional reunion with their relatives on the other side, officials sources said here on ...
Building contractors urged to enrol with Employees Provident Fund Organisation
It will facilitate issuing of National Social Security Number to construction workers
PMK will float new front for next Assembly polls, says Ramadoss
CHENNAI: The Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK) would like to float a front comprising parties other than the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) and the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) to face the next Assembly elections, according to ...
CBI questions Rahman’s wife, mother-in-law
KOLKATA: Investigations by a team of officials of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into the death of computer graphics teacher, Rizwanur Rahman, took a major step forward after his wife Priyanka was questioned at an undisclosed place ...
Maternity scheme norms: order reserved
PUCL seeks guidelines for effective implementation
‘Let your bowling do the talking’
Glenn McGrath feels Sreesanth has to start performing
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