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Rajasthan farmers want Biodiversity Board
Demand ban on acquisition of pasture land for industrialisation, farming of bio-fuel crops and creation of SEZs

We have not given up on 33% reservation: Sushma
But Election Commission proposal is the only quick way to forge consensus

BJP hasn’t given up on quota for women
But Election Commission proposal is the only quick way out: Sushma

West Bengal steps up bird culling
Doctors may be brought from outside State as bird flu continues to spread

Satyajit Ray’s drawings on display
Kolkata: A series of vibrant sketches, highlighting filmmaker Satyajit Ray’s virtuosity with the paintbrush, is the crux of the exhibition, the ‘Art of Satyajit Ray,’ inaugurated by West Bengal Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi ...

Split among Goa rebels defused crisis
PANAJI: Following a vertical split in the nine-member rebel group in the wee hours of Saturday, the three-day-old rebellion spearheaded by the legislative wing of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), one of the major allies of the ...

Assocham regrets Mayawati’s decision on quota
NEW DELHI: The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham) has strongly opposed the decision of the Mayawati government in Uttar Pradesh for imposing reservation on Indian Inc. that intend to work with the State government ...

Not the first attack by Hindu Samrajya Sena
BJP, Congress condemn vandalism at NDTV office in Ahmedabad

Government cannot walk away from education or health, says Pitroda
NKC a “catalyst” in the mission to make education a central instrument for achieving growth

Cheers to Team India


INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Say hello to multimode mobile phones
Kyocera’s Indian engineers have created a combined cellular-WiFi device

Indian engineers do IT for Intel
Bangalore: Hello, hello! Your mobile phone is talking to you. It has been monitoring your vital health signs when you are not making or taking calls, and wants to give you an update, possibly warn you off more sweets, because your blood sugar ...

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