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I understand agony of Punjab farmers: Manmohan
Farmers meet Prime Minister and Sonia, submit charter of demands
Lalu likely to announce sops for commuters this year too
People can hope for some big bonanza from the budget
Police order on Raj Thackeray upheld
MUMBAI: A sessions court here upheld the police order preventing the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray from holding public meetings and addressing the media, but said such a ban could not be indefinite. The police had ...
Supreme Court declines to review rape convict’s life imprisonment
His daughter says she was induced by her mother to give false complaint
Auroville, cynosure of the world
“Human unity is the first step towards a better world”
‘Sagarika’ test-firing today
CHENNAI: Underwater missile “Sagarika” will be test-fired from a submerged pontoon off the coast of Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh on Tuesday morning. The pontoon will simulate the conditions of a submarine. The ...
Now, Emirates service to Kozhikode
‘Non-stop flights six times a week’
Dhaka to honour Indian Army martyrs
NEW DELHI: Dhaka has for the first time agreed to honour the memory of Indian Army soldiers who were martyred in the war for liberation of Bangladesh. This was decided during a meeting here on Monday between the Chief of the Army Staff, ...
Left parties sound a note of warning
UPA government will risk stability if it goes ahead with nuclear deal
Congress soft on Hindutva: RSP
Government preaches one thing, practises another: Chandrachoodan
Quota for SCs/STs in MBBS, BDS
NEW DELHI: The government has decided to introduce reservation for the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes candidates in undergraduate medical and dental courses from this year under the all-India entrance examination. The Union ...
Bangalore resident held for ‘terror links’
Bangalore: The Corps of Detectives (CoD) has arrested a Bangalore resident Syed Sameer alias Sameer Sadaq (34) for his suspected terror links. Sources in the CoD told The Hindu that Sameer, a diploma holder and ...
SLP against Yuvraj dismissed
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed at the admission stage itself a special leave petition (SLP) filed by Percept Talent Management Company against the Bombay High Court judgment permitting cricketer Yuvraj Singh to terminate the ...
Sikkim cut off as bandh enters sixth day
KOLKATA: Sikkim was cut off from the rest of the country when the national highway linking it to West Bengal came under the bandh called by the Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM). The GJM leadership said the bandh, which entered the sixth ...
Airports strike put off
NEW DELHI: Following a meeting with Union Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel, the Airports Authority Employees’ Union (AAEU) on Monday deferred its strike scheduled for Tuesday. Mr. Patel along with senior officials of the ...
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