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Tuesday, December 04, 2007
No renegotiation on price of Gorshkov: Navy Chief
“We have paid over $400 million and we own it now”
‘Deal taken at highest level’
Gangtok: Defence Minister A. K. Antony on Monday said the government was trying to settle the issue of acquisition of Russian aircraft carrier Gorshkov at the highest level. “There are some problems. We are trying to ...
Taiwan film wins Golden Peacock
International film festival ends sans Bollywood glamour
Long queues at Sabarimala temple for Neyyabhishekom
PATHANAMTHITTA: The Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB) has taken steps to check any ‘backdoor operation’ for offering Neyyabhishekom at the Lord Ayyappa Temple in Sabarimala. Devaswom executive officer B. Unniksihnan said on ...
Assam violence echoes in Lok Sabha
NEW DELHI: The Opposition on Monday staged a walkout in the Lok Sabha dissatisfied with the government stand on the recent violence in Assam and the demand for granting Scheduled Tribe status to six tea and ex-tea garden communities of the ...
Threat to India: Blackwill
New Delhi: Indian cities could be targeted by extremists who could lay their hands on nuclear weapons once Iran develops them, the former U.S. Ambassador to India, Robert Blackwill, said here on Monday. “If Iran acquires nuclear ...
Vizag’s De Paul wins the Young World Quiz 2007
Defeats Bhavan’s Vidya Mandir, Kochi, in a closely contested final
Narora Unit 1 recommissioned
MUMBAI: Sustained nuclear fission chain reaction resumed in the reactor core of Unit 1 of the Narora Atomic Power Station (NAPS) on Sunday night and achieved criticality. The unit was shut down nearly two years ago for safety upgrade and ...
Ramakrishna Math chief
Kolkata: Swami Atmasthananda was elected president of the Ramakrishna Math and Mission at a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the math and the governing body of the mission here on Monday. He is the 15th president of the Ramakrishna ...
Rights of the writer will have to be secured: Lapierre
Gorkha Bill: UPA issues whip
We will be able to muster two-thirds support: Dasmunsi
Don’t use musclemen, private banks warned
NEW DELHI: Sharing the concern of the members over the use of musclemen to recover outstanding loans, Union Finance Minister P. Chidambaram on Monday informed the Rajya Sabha that the government would come down heavily on private banks that ...
Massive investment in rural sector required: Aiyar
Participatory development is the way to inclusive growth
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