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Manmohan hints at more relief to ryots
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday said the government would not be found wanting in doing more for farmers, if need be. Responding to the concern expressed by several retiring members of the Rajya Sabha in their ...
Karat discusses party congress with Basu
KOLKATA: Communist Party of India (Marxist) general secretary Prakash Karat on Thursday discussed the coming 19th party congress, at a meeting with veteran Marxist leader, Jyoti Basu, at the latter’s residence in Salt Lake ...
Scheme to help civilian victims of terror strikes
NEW DELHI: The Union Cabinet on Thursday gave its approval for launching a Central scheme to assist civilian victims of violence perpetrated by terrorists, militants, insurgents and naxalites. The assistance would be in addition to support ...
High Court admits Bihar plea against Lalu acquittal
“CBI court did not consider all evidence”
Actor Sobhan Babu passes away
Chennai: His entry into Tollywood was considered refreshing. And his exit from the industry, very dignified. Veteran Telugu actor Sobhan Babu passed away at a private hospital here on Thursday, following cardiac arrest. He was ...
Goa safest for tourists: DGP
PANAJI: For the first time since the raging controversy over the slain British teenager Scarlett Keeling has forced the State Police on the defensive, the Goa Director-General of Police, B. S. Brar, on Thursday came out forcefully defending ...
Drugs, alcohol in Scarlette’s viscera
PANAJI: The Goa police on Thursday said the viscera of the slain British teenager Scarlette Eden Keeling tested positive for drugs as well as alcohol. The viscera of the 15-year-old girl, whose semi-nude body was found on north ...
Bird flu in W. Bengal’s Malda district
KOLKATA: Culling operations began on Thursday in and around a State poultry farm in West Bengal’s Malda district. Over 800 chickens have died over the past few days in a fresh outbreak of avian flu in the district. This is the ...
Bar on multiple H-1B applications
To ensure fair distribution of visas
Appeal to trace Kerala PoW
He has been missing since the 1971 war
Supreme Court upholds order against IPS officer in assets case
Says he is entitled to produce materials in defence only after start of trial
Pokhran comes alive with war-games
Effectively engage the latest array of weaponry in joint air-land battle setting
U.S. team in India to locate missing soldiers
NEW DELHI: A team from the Pentagon has arrived here on an unusual mission – to locate the wreckage of 90 U.S. military aircraft believed to have crashed in the dense jungles of the North-East during World War II. The planes were ...
Religious Freedom Bill passed in Rajasthan
“To check conversions by force”
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