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Thursday, December 27, 2007
I had to drive home a point: Kiran Bedi
Centre accepts the first woman IPS officer’s plea for voluntary retirement
No rethink on Advani’s leadership, says Venkaiah
Verdict will have impact on national scene
Thrust on health in XI Plan
Sarva Swasthya Abhiyan will have components of NRHM, NUHM
Sahitya Akademi chief withdraws candidature
Gopi Chand Narang says decision taken to maintain best conventions of the Akademi
Centre seeks report from Orissa
NEW DELHI: The Centre has sought a detailed report from Orissa government on the incidents in the State where mobs targeted 15 churches and destroyed property in Christian educational institutions. The Home Ministry has ...
Nandigram: BJP seeks “fair investigation”
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party has once again reiterated its demand that the Centre issue a directive to the West Bengal government under Article 355 of the Constitution to ensure “fair investigation” of murder, rape and ...
Houses torched in parts of Kandhamal
G.UDAYGIRI (KANDHAMAL): Eleven persons were injured on Wednesday when miscreants torched houses and threw stones at Barakhama and Jaleshpeta in Kandhamal district of Orissa that has been rocked by violence for the last two days. On ...
Centre to fund Check Posts project
NEW DELHI: The Centre has decided to fund the entire Rs. 853-crore project upgradation of 13 Land Customs Stations (LCS) into Integrated Check Posts (ICPs) along India’s border with Pakistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar and Nepal. The ...
Final notice issued to Army
New Delhi: The Army has been served with a final notice to produce its officers and jawans for questioning in connection with the alleged pilferage of food and clothes meant for troops on the Siachen glacier. If the Army does not heed ...
G.P. Sippy cremated
Mumbai: Veteran Bollywood producer-director G.P. Sippy, who become a household name with his 1975 blockbuster ‘Sholay,’ was cremated here on Wednesday. Mr. Sippy, who died on Tuesday night, was cremated at 11.45 a.m. at ...
Manmohan to arrive in Goa today
PANAJI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will arrive in Goa from New Delhi on Thursday afternoon on a two-day visit to the State. During his visit, the Prime Minister is scheduled to inaugurate the Goa government’s ambitious broadband ...
The world’s largest Hindu temple complex in New Delhi
Maharashtra gives more time for power producers
MUMBAI: The Maharashtra government on Wednesday extended the time for eight independent power producers to commission their projects till September 2011 with the hope of instilling confidence in them and giving them time to sort out certain ...
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