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India, U.S. come together to streamline energy efficiency
Technology atlas to be distributed for construction sector
A saint of our times, says Manmohan Singh
He dedicated his life to uphold Gandhian philosophy: Pratibha Patil
New mining policy on anvil: Subbarami Reddy
Bangalore: Union Minister of State for Mines T. Subbarami Reddy has said the country will have a new mining policy shortly. Addressing the valedictory session of “Stona 2008,” organised by the All India Granites and Stones ...
Foundation ceremony for Tiroda power plant cancelled
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was to attend function
We don’t need BJP’s advice: Yechury
HYDERABAD: Asserting the party’s resolve to prevent communal forces from coming to power, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) has said the Bharatiya Janata Party need not give advice on the course of action that the CPI (M) should ...
Raj hits back at Shiv Sena
Mumbai: Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray on Saturday hit back at the Shiv Sena, which had likened him to a “bird flu-affected chicken having no market value.” “If I am so small an entity, why was I ...
State should bear responsibility for Nandigram violence: NHRC
New Delhi: The Left Front regime in West Bengal “failed” to prevent violence in Nandigram and the State government should bear responsibility for the loss of life and property, the National Human Rights Commission has said. ...
ULFA hijacking unit busted
Police unearth plot by militants to strike at LGBI airport
Power projects: fast track clearance on anvil
NEW DELHI: Following the directions by the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the Planning Commission to put the clearance for mega power projects on the fast track, the Union Power Ministry and the Ministry of Environment and Forests are ...
Top Hurriyat leaders among 50 arrested
SRINAGAR: Senior leaders of moderate Hurriyat Conference were among 50 people arrested by police on Saturday while they were marching towards the United Nation’s office here to present a memorandum. They were demanding that remains of ...
Rs.700-crore package for bird flu-hit families
Kolkata: The West Bengal government on Saturday announced a Rs 700 crore package for helping the seven lakh families affected by the bird flu virus, which raged through the State for nearly a month since mid-January. State finance ...
A great visionary, says Medha Patkar
NEW DELHI: “Today Saraswati has come to Narmada,” was how social worker and reformer Baba Amte described writer Arundhati Roy’s “Rally for the Valley” coming to the banks of the river at Kasrawad in Badwani ...
Azad visits snow-hit areas
Interacts with locals in Doda and Kishtwar areas
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