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“We will have to do a balancing job”
Inflation up due to demand-supply mismatch, says Chidambaram
Protesting AIDWA activists enter the Yojana Bhavan
Method of identifying BPL families questioned
Doing his bit for Indians in Pakistan jails
Kunjawani (J&K): Even as the nation celebrates the release of Kashmir Singh from a Lahore jail after 35 years, the man who confirmed his whereabouts last year believes that the battle to get other Indians released from Pakistan prisons has ...
Apex court stays High Court order to reinstate teacher
He was dismissed from service for molesting five girls
SCs list: Mayawati writes to Centre
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati has sent to the Centre a proposal for the inclusion of 17 most backward castes in the State in the list of the Scheduled Castes under Article 341 of the Constitution. She also urged it to increase ...
BJP panel on loan waiver
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party has set up a committee under the chairmanship of the former Finance Minister Yashwant Sinha to study the loan waiver for farmers announced in the Union budget. The committee is expected to look at ...
Advance passenger information from April
NEW DELHI: Come April and international passengers landing at six Indian airports will have their personal details sent in advance for scrutiny with the immigration authorities. The notification for implementing the Advance Passenger ...
Centre: House competent to enact office of profit law
New Delhi: The Parliament (Prevention of Disqualification) Amendment Act, 2006 exempting 55 offices from disqualification was constitutionally valid and the House has the legislative competence to enact the law, Additional Solicitor-General ...
UPA is directionless and divisive: Jaitley
NEW DELHI: Bharatiya Janata Party leader and the former Union Law Minister, Arun Jaitley, on Tuesday accused the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government of being “directionless and divisive” and of having ...
After Mumbai, gag order in Pune now
Pune/Mumbai: After Mumbai, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray, who indulged in an anti-North India campaign, was on Tuesday barred from public speeches in Pune even as more Bollywood actors came out in ...
Prevent attacks, Centre tells Maharashtra
NEW DELHI: The Centre has asked the Maharashtra government to prevent attacks on north Indians, Home Minister Shivraj Patil told the Lok Sabha on Tuesday. It was the duty of the Centre to direct the States to take action, if they failed to act ...
‘Delhi, 24th dirtiest city in the world’
NEW DELHI: Dealing a resounding slap on the wrists of civic organisations in the Capital, a study by American magazine Forbes has listed Delhi as the 24th dirtiest city in the world. Even as the Capital races to put up a wholesome face ...
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