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Mayawati blames police for attack
Talks with Gujjars yet to resume
Patel briefs Manmohan on high rates of taxes
Private airlines concerned over soaring cost of operations caused by high aviation turbine fuel prices
Strictly enforce anti-ragging regulations: Raghavan panel
Reviews progress made by regulatory bodies, stakeholders
Remove cut-off rule in loan waiver: Venkaiah
Criticises ‘failure’ to announce fertilizer pricing policy
U.S. has a vital stake in India’s growth: Rice
Washington: Describing India as an emerging “global power” and an “ally,” U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says Washington has a “vital” stake in New Delhi’s rise. “India stands ...
Attack on editor condemned
Mumbai: Incidents like the recent attack on the residence of Kumar Ketkar, editor of Loksatta, a Marathi daily, were unfortunate and the government should enforce the law to safeguard the fundamental freedoms of its citizens, said D.M. ...
IT sector has changed worlds perception of India: Kalam
India has the cheapest phone call rates in the worldISRO used innovative techniques to design lighter, cheaper version of Jaipur footWe should remember that innovation in business models is also innovation
Islam is against terror, says Maulana Madani
NEW DELHI: Reiterating that terrorism and extremism were against the very basic tenets of Islam, Maulana Arshad Madani, President of Jamiat-Ulama-i-Hind, on Wednesday alleged that a vilification campaign has been launched globally to hold ...
Raise income limit for creamy layer: BC panels
Report to be submitted on June 30
“Agriculture should be left out of WTO”
NEW DELHI: A high-profile meeting here of representatives of farmers, fisher folk, farm workers, rural women, adivasis and civil society organisations on Wednesday urged the government to reject the two drafts on Agriculture and ...
Outsourcing of jobs not reversible: Obama
Washington: Outlining his vision for a strong U.S. economy, presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has said outsourcing of American jobs to India and China cannot be reversed. “Revolutions in communications ...
Law has to take its course in Afzal case: Congress
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Wednesday said the Parliament attack case convict, Afzal Guru’s act was “unpardonable” but as for his hanging, the law would have to take its course. According to the law, mercy petitions which were ...
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