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Acute food shortage in Mizoram villages
Bamboo flowers again attracting rats; paddy crop destroyed, losses put at Rs.411.38 crore
India-U.K. relations are now better than ever before, says Lord Paul
Commonwealth Parliamentary team visits West Bengal Assembly
India firm on ensuring a peaceful torch relay
NEW DELHI: With the Beijing Olympic torch relay having been temporarily disrupted by protesters in London and Paris, India is not taking any chances. It is making foolproof security arrangements to ensure that the relay passes through ...
Ansari: emulate our accommodative pluralism
Suggestion to Kazakh legislators
“West Bengal is marching ahead”
KOLKATA: “West Bengal is marching ahead and we can safely go back and tell our colleagues that if they are interested, it is on the move,” NRI industrialist Lord Swraj Paul said on Monday. He is visiting the State as the ...
Jigmi Thinley, Bhutan’s Prime Minister-elect
Kolkata: Jigmi Y Thinley, president of the Druk Phuensum Tshogpa (DPT), that won a landslide victory in Bhutan’s first parliamentary elections held on March 24, has been unanimously endorsed by the party as the country’s Prime ...
Notice to EC on Swamy’s plea
High Court had rejected his petition against order on symbol
Order against church relief stayed
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday stayed a Orissa High Court judgment upholding an order passed by the Kandhamal Collector asking all religious institutions and NGOs not to carry out relief works in areas affected by communal violence in ...
Indo-German naval exercise begins today
Germany willing to transfer hi-tech weaponry to India, says Ambassador
Lalu pledges Railway Ministry support to J&K development
JAMMU: The Union Railway Minister, Lalu Prasad, has pledged full support to the development of Jammu and Kashmir adding that the State was an integral part of the country and it was everybody’s responsibility to ensure its full ...
Court seeks details of land allotment for oustees
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Madhya Pradesh government and the Narmada Hydro-Development Corporation (NHDC) to furnish details of agricultural land to be given to oustees of the Omkareshwar project by April 15. A ...
Gill induction improper: BJP
NEW DELHI: Political propriety demanded that the former Chief Election Commissioner, M.S. Gill, should not have been inducted as Minister, the Bharatiya Janata Party said here on Monday. Party spokesperson Prakash Javadekar said that he ...
Prices should be within reach: Sonia
New Delhi: With price rise threatening to become a major issue in the coming elections, Congress president Sonia Gandhi has said the government must ensure that the prices of essential commodities remain affordable to the aam ...
Sibal unveils five technology products
NEW DELHI: Union Science and Technology Minister Kapil Sibal on Monday unveiled a set of five technology products, including a CD-ROM of district-wise daily normal of rainfall, temperature and other meteorological parameters, and an atlas of ...
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