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We will strive to make telecom tariffs more affordable: Scindia
“But there will be no compromise on technology front”
More turbulence on the copter front?
Defence Ministry may cancel deal for 80 helicopters with Russia
Price talks under way, Gorshkov deal likely to be clinched soon
Refurbished Russian aircraft carrier to replace ageing INS Viraat
Kiran Bedi not to join torch relay
NEW DELHI: The country’s first woman IPS officer Kiran Bedi on Wednesday declined to participate in the Olympic torch relay in India, saying bolstered security measures would mar the “spirit and exuberance of the ...
“Reconsider FCR Bill”
It will affect the voluntary sector
Honorary degree for Ansari
Almaty (Kazakhstan): Vice-President Hamid Ansari was awarded an honorary degree by the prestigious Al-Farabi Kazakh National University here on Wednesday. The citation, read out by the university Rector, Tolegen Kozhamkulov, applauded ...
Swamy: project must be scrapped if it cannot proceed without damaging the Ramar Sethu
New Delhi: Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy on Wednesday urged the Supreme Court to direct the Centre to scrap the Sethusamudram Shipping Channel Project altogether if the government could not proceed with it without destroying Ramar ...
Decision on Hogenakkal was Karunanidhi’s, says Congress
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Wednesday clarified that putting the Hogenakkal project on hold was “absolutely the decision of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi.” While appreciating the “gesture” on the part of ...
Panel commissions study on non-Muslim minorities
NEW DELHI: Faced with a dearth of information on the socio-economic and educational status of non-Muslim minorities, the National Commission for Minorities (NCM) has commissioned a study to plug the gaps and see how the other minority ...
Gorkhaland supporters, police clash
It’s Showtime on Air India’s domestic flights
NEW DELHI: It is going to be “Showtime” for passengers on board Air India’s domestic flights. The public sector carrier is adding in-flight entertainment service in its latest Airbus family aircraft — 41 of the brand ...
Judgment today in OBC quota case
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court will give its verdict on Thursday on a batch of petitions assailing the Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in Admission) Act, 2006, providing for 27 per cent quota for Other Backward Classes, and the ...
Do not worry about pay panel report: Patil
New Delhi: The government on Wednesday asked Central paramilitary forces “not to worry” about the recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission report and also keep away from the “misinformation” campaign being spread ...
It’s bribe, not whistle blowing: court
“Cash for warrant” an interference with judicial proceedings
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