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BJP sends observers to 150 Parliament constituencies
To identify local issues, short-list candidates
Engage with Latin America to address food security, says Pratibha Patil
She discussed the issue with the Presidents of Brazil, Mexico and Chile
Sharief non-committal on next move
NEW DELHI: The former Railway Minister, C.K. Jaffer Sharief, who resigned from primary membership of the Congress on Friday, is non-committal on his next step. Mr. Sharief is in the capital and scheduled to meet party president Sonia ...
Demand for CBI probe into farmers’ packages
MUMBAI: The Opposition parties in Maharashtra and activists have condemned the manner in which the government has implemented the farmers’ packages for the Vidarbha region. Their worst fears were confirmed by the report of the ...
Abducted engineer was on official mission
MANGALORE: The Indian engineer Sarang Mohammad Naeem from Gurukambla near here was on an official mission when he was abducted by unknown persons in the Herat province on Monday. This confirmation provided by the Indian Embassy in Kabul ...
Power project symbolises return of peace
Kishtwar: The 390 MW Dul Hasti hydroelectric power project on the Chenab river symbolises the return of peace in Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir. The former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi laid the foundation stone for the project ...
Renegotiation no problem, says Saran
New Delhi: Renegotiation of the 58-year-old Indo-Nepal Peace and Friendship Treaty will not be an issue for India, says Prime Minister’s special envoy Shyam Saran. Maoist chief Prachanda has strongly advocated abrogation of the ...
Greenfield airports policy a consolidated one: Patel
Will aim at cutting down procedural hassles
CJI: if contempt powers go, executive will not obey court
“We are constrained to issue orders that will result in reforms”
“Profiteering in cement will not be allowed”
NEW DELHI: The Central government on Saturday said that it would not allow profiteering in cement and would go for further imports if necessary, to address the demand-supply mismatch in the domestic market and check rise in its prices ...
Quota should not exceed 50 %, says Supreme Court
Reiterates ruling in Mandal case
Vaccines: no scope for problems at manufacturing stage
HYDERABAD: The Human Biological Institute has observed that there should not be any scope for manufacturing related quality issues in the measles vaccine supplied by it to Tamil Nadu. Referring to the death of four children after ...
MLA’s son runs car into pavement killing four
Case of drunken driving, say police; I tried to save two motorcyclists, says Abbas
Congress appoints coordinators
Experienced hands to perk up party organisation
India ready to assist Nepal in its transformation: Saran
Nitish hails dawn of new era in Kathmandu
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