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Parliamentary panel: keep existing Bangalore and Hyderabad airports
NEW DELHI: Even as new airports in Hyderabad and Bangalore are getting ready for commercial operations within a few weeks, a parliamentary committee has unanimously recommended that the existing airports in the two metros be not closed. They ...
All-party meet on women’s Bill
NEW DELHI: Indicating a renewed effort at evolving consensus on the stalled Women’s Reservation Bill, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday informed the Rajya Sabha that he would convene an all-party meeting after the March 20 ...
A pat for Vajpayee and a plea too
NEW DELHI: Praising the former Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, for taking “courageous steps” to foster peace with Pakistan, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday described Mr. Vajpayee as “Bhishma ...
“India must end military ties with Israel”
NEW DELHI: Concerned over Israel’s attacks on Palestinians, civil society organisations have urged New Delhi to end its military and security ties with Tel Aviv. They have also decided to launch a mass awareness programme, including a ...
Criticism not based on facts: BJP
NEW DELHI: The sharp attack on the National Democratic Alliance government policies of over five years, described as “anti-farmer” by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in Parliament on Wednesday, provoked the BJP to say that ...
Seeking legal opinion: CM
NEW DELHI: Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh said on Wednesday that he was seeking legal opinion before taking action against Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray for his comments against people from Bihar and north India MPs in ...
“Sabre-rattling does not stop terror”
Prime Minister castigates NDA’s performance on internal security
“H.R. Khanna, a courageous and firm judge”
Full Court reference in the Supreme Court to the demise of the former judge
Ghising revives Gorkhaland demand
Kolkata: In a move that has taken local political circles in West Bengal’s Darjeeling hills by surprise Subash Ghising, chief of the Gorkha National Liberation Front, has reverted to his old demand — first raised in the mid-1980s ...
‘BrahMos to be fired from submarine soon’
CHENNAI: BrahMos, the supersonic cruise missile and its attendant systems, will be installed in a vertical launch mode on board the Indian Naval vessel “Ranvir,” according to informed sources. The missile system would also be ...
Thackeray targets Biharis
Pune/New Delhi: Stoking a fresh round of confrontation with his anti-north Indian comments, Bal Thackeray on Wednesday targeted MPs from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh triggering an angry reaction in Parliament with a privilege motion moved against ...
Fifth Long Range plane for AI
NEW DELHI: Public sector carrier Air India on Wednesday said it had received its fifth Boeing 777-200 Long Range aircraft, which would be deployed for ongoing non-stop services to the United States from New Delhi and Mumbai. As part of ...
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