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Survey: maintain credit offtake to facilitate economic growth
Advice to banks as credit-deposit ratio falls
Lalu woos Nagaland voters on maiden visit
The Minister showcases projects for expansion of railway network in Nagaland, northeast region
Loss of dynamism in agriculture
Economic Survey calls for “second green revolution”
Over 48 p.c. of farmers in debt
NEW DELHI: The Economic Survey on Thursday made out a case for a Debt Relief Package for Farmers, which is expected to be unveiled in the Budget presentation on Friday. In a separate column on Farmers’ Indebtedness, it said that ...
Rahul seeks centralised monitoring of rural employment programme
NEW DELHI: Congress MP and general secretary Rahul Gandhi on Thursday led a delegation of MPs to meet Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for centralised monitoring of the programme under the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act. There is a ...
Rizwanur committed suicide: CBI
KOLKATA: The death of Rizwanur Rahman, a 30-year-old computer graphics teacher, whose body was found by the side of the railway tracks near here on September 21, 2007, was a case of suicide, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has ...
No leniency in rape cases: apex court
Hapless woman tricked out of her house and gang-raped
Due allocation for education still an elusive goal
NEW DELHI: Not only is the United Progressive Alliance far from delivering on its National Common Minimum Programme (NCMP) promise of allocating six per cent of the Gross Domestic Product to education but the allocation also dipped in ...
“Justice Khanna was a crusader for civil rights”
Tributes to the former Supreme Court judge
Soaring competition in domestic skies cuts into profits
Consolidation is perhaps inevitable: Economic Survey
Unemployment rate reduction envisaged
NEW DELHI: The 11th Five Year Plan envisages lowering of the unemployment rate to below 5 per cent and seeks to add 58 million jobs by 2012 as the projected increase in labour force during the Plan period is 45 million. According to the ...
We respect internal debate on the nuclear deal: French envoy
“Concluding the deal will be a win-win situation for India and the world”
Deora: steps being taken to curb LPG black marketing
Production inadequate, shortfall tackled through imports
Anniversary of Terry Fox Run to help cancer research on March 2
Considered the largest single-day fund-raiser for cancer research in the world, the 10th anniversary of the event in Mumbai will be celebrated on March 2. People come together as individuals, families, schoolchildren and groups to raise money ...
Court stays extension of gag order against Raj Thackeray
MUMBAI: A sessions court here on Thursday stayed the extension of police order that forbid Maharashtra Navnirman Sena leader Raj Thackeray from holding public meetings or coming out with press statements. But Additional Sessions Judge ...
We are pursuing pipeline project, says Murli Deora
Says important issues are under discussion
Talks on with Ghising, Gurung: West Bengal
GJM-sponsored bandh in Darjeeling enters ninth day
Mirpur sabha to build rest house in Pakistan occupied Kashmir
Jammu: Demolishing six decades-old walls of separation, Hindu refugees here will build a rest house for Muslims who come to meet their relatives in Mirpur in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. Restoring ...
Bird flu: U.N. praises India’s ‘swift’ action
New York: The United Nations has praised the “swift and comprehensive” measures taken by India to bring under control the “worst-ever” outbreak of bird flu in West Bengal, while urging the country to maintain vigilance ...
Members back in the well of House
You are all working overtime to finish democracy, says Somnath
Vajpayee, Advani’s call to Nagaland voters
NEW DELHI: Six days ahead of polling for the Nagaland Assembly, scheduled on March 5, senior Bharatiya Janata Party leaders Atal Bihari Vajpayee and L.K. Advani have jointly appealed to the voters by recalling the efforts made by the National ...
Review export curbs: Menon urges U.S.
Says that in view of the deepening ties, ambitions of the two nations have grown
Congress should clarify its stand: CPI
BJP charged with communalising the issue
Manmohan’s daughter did not write or compile book: Delhi University
NEW DELHI: Setting the record straight, Delhi University’s History Department on Thursday clarified that Upinder Singh, daughter of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, neither wrote nor edited the text that kicked up a storm over some ...
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