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It is Rs. 2 more for petrol and Re.1 for diesel
Left, BJP condemn hike
New Delhi: The Left parties and the BJP have condemned the rise in oil prices and threatened to launch protests. “We protest against this decision and will organise widespread protests against it. This hike was not necessary and ...
Nod for delimitation report
Saffron, radical groups protest against Valentine’s Day
A rotten imported culture, says Sena leader Bal Thackeray
Australia has the edge over Sri Lanka
The winner will lead the points tally at the halfway stage
‘Gilly wanted to exit at the right time’
Perth: Australia captain Ricky Ponting was hard pressed to hide his emotions while talking about Adam Gilchrst and ‘Gilly’s’ last international game at the WACA. Said Ponting: “He probably won’t like me ...
Man U closing the gap on Real Madrid
The two generated revenues in excess of €300 million each
Aiyar calls for greater responsibility
Reports on river link by March
CHENNAI: Detailed reports on most of the components of the three proposed links of rivers in the State will be ready by March-end. This is part of the State Government’s programme of implementing three projects – linking the ...
Accident costs school student his leg
Will the School Education Department implement task force recommendations soon?
Mumbai returns to normal
Charge sheets will be filed soon against those involved in attacks: Deshmukh
Cooperation among Indian Ocean navies vital to fight terrorism, says Manmohan
High level of trade and economic growth dictated the need to ensure security of the sea lanes
Fuel price: Left, BJP threaten campaign
NEW DELHI: The Left parties and the Opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday condemned the “unwarranted” hike in the prices of petrol and diesel and threatened to launch a nation-wide campaign. Stating that the ...
Markets stage pull-back rally
‘Global turnaround has raised confidence in investors’
Dasgupta appeals to unions for strike against oil price hike
“It has reduced the Common Minimum Programme to a piece of paper”
Raj Thackeray apologises to family of violence victim
Denies his party had hand in the killing
Supreme Court to study AICTE notification
Madras High Court had dismissed petitioner’s plea against it
Hope for sandpipers
BANGKOK: The discovery of 84 spoon-billed sandpipers on a coastal stretch of Myanmar offers fresh hope for the birds. This comes only months after Russian researchers reported that numbers of the tiny birds — with their speckled ...
Two planets discovered
WASHINGTON: In a solar system thousands of light years away, a star about half the size of our sun is being orbited by two planets that seem like smaller versions of Jupiter and Saturn, astronomers report. The simultaneous discovery of ...
CBSE revises question paper format for Classes X and XII
NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education has revised the design of question papers in all the major subjects of Classes XII and X to assess Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) in children that will focus on evaluating their ...
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