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Favours partial sale of profit-making non-navaratna PSUs, and tackling of inflationary impulses
What they say...
Optimism, but with caution, is the watchword. — P. Chidambaram This sort of economic process, which brought about discrepancies between rich and poor, will lead the Indian economy to greater ...
Holding Karnataka elections by due date is mandatory
In 1973-74, Rule 24 was used in U.P. and Orissa, after delimitation, to conduct polls in record time
Not looking at deadline: Menon
“No pressure to conclude nuclear deal with the U.S.”
Musharraf pardons Indian on death row
ISLAMABAD: President Pervez Musharraf on Thursday granted mercy to an Indian prisoner who has been on death row for more than 30 years. Kashmir Singh, now over 70, was jailed on charges of spying in 1973 and was sentenced to death. His ...
Chidambaram hopeful of 9 p.c. growth
Priority for conducive investment climate
Gap between rich and poor widening: Left
NEW DELHI: Left parties on Thursday slammed the United Progressive Alliance government’s economic policies, saying that the reforms process was taking the economy to greater disaster by further widening the gap between the rich and the ...
BJP warns of economic slowdown
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party here on Thursday warned of an economic slowdown if the government failed to meet the new challenges that have emerged as a result of higher growth. Speaking on the Economic Survey tabled in ...
16 labourers walking on track mowed down by train
AHMEDABAD: Sixteen people, including three women and two children, were run over by a train on a railway bridge over a small nullah near Udhna station on the outskirts of Surat on Wednesday night. According to Surat District Collector ...
Will perform puja in Mumbai, says Lalu
Dimapur: Railway Minister Lalu Prasad on Thursday announced that he would perform this year’s “Chhath puja” in Mumbai and dared anyone to stop him. The Rashtriya Janata Dal supremo was addressing a public meeting here ...
Madhesi leaders withdraw Terai agitation
KATHMANDU: The Nepal government and the United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF) signed an eight-point agreement, ending the 16-day-long Madhesh movement and clearing the way for the April 10 Constituent Assembly (CA) election. The UDMF ...
Beijing opens an airport fit for Olympics
With a head and long tail, the vents along the roof represent the Chinese dragon
Aussies keen to maintain momentum
Sri Lanka to play for pride in the last league game
Time may have come for Tendulkar to concentrate on Tests
Landmark event at Auroville
Focus on the future at 40th anniversary celebrations
Mullaperiyar: court to hear State suit on March 11
It will also hear writ petition filed by Kerala NGO seeking direction to de-commission existing dam
Modified property tax norms likely for Chennai
CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation is likely to go in for modified norms while revising property tax rates instead of following recent guidelines issued by the government. The guidelines have anomalies and, if strictly followed, the tax ...
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