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“Bear 50 % of revenue loss due to tax cuts on fuel”
Crude hits $140
LONDON: Crude oil rocketed to a record high of almost $140 a barrel on Monday despite news that Saudi Arabia was ready to raise the output to help cool the soaring energy costs that are threatening economic growth. ...
Bainsla satisfied with talks
Next round today will see the presence of Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje
Congress-JD(S) deal on Rajya Sabha nominations
NEW DELHI: The Congress and Deve Gowda’s Janata Dal (Secular) have struck a deal on Rajya Sabha nominations from Karnataka. The pact will enable the Congress to have two members from the State in the Upper House — one on its ...
700 more buses for public transport
Darjeeling back in bandh mode
West Bengal Cabinet core committee meets to discuss issue
Four-lane East Coast Road under study
Tamil Nadu Road Development Company to be entrusted with the task
Manmohan’s personal touch to loan waiver
NEW DELHI: To give a healing touch to distressed farmers across the country, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will personally write to each beneficiary of his government’s loan waiver scheme. In his letters, in regional languages, ...
Possible health hazards from mobile phone radiation
Draft guidelines report says children are likely to be more affected by use of mobile phones
Activists seek CBI inquiry into social worker's murder
They slam official report on Lalit Mehta's killing
12 policemen killed in LTTE suicide blast
COLOMBO: At least 12 police personnel were killed and 23 injured as a suspected LTTE cadre on a motorbike blew himself up in front of the Senior Superintendent of Police office complex in Vavuniya on Monday. The attack targeted the ...
Irresponsible statements, says Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan summoned the Afghan Ambassador to its Foreign Office on Monday to register protest against Afghan President Hamid Karazai’s threats to hunt down Taliban leaders in Pakistani territory. Separately, Foreign ...
Thrilling victory takes Turkey through
Kahveci’s late goals leave the Czechs in the cold
Honda kicks off fuel-cell car
TOCHIGI (Japan): Honda Motor Co. kicked off the production on Monday of its newest fuel-cell car. The FCX Clarity, a sporty-looking fuel-cell sedan, will be sold in the U.S. from July. In Japan, sales are slated to start in autumn. Fuel-cell ...
Indefinite bandh begins in Darjeeling
KOLKATA: The Gorkha Janamukti Morcha, agitating for a separate Gorkhaland state, has asked people in Darjeeling to keep foodstock ready for 45 days in view of the indefinite bandh from Monday evening. ...
ArcelorMittal to buy U.S. steel company
BRUSSELS: ArcelorMittal said on Monday it had agreed to buy Bayou Steel, a U.S. producer of structural steel products, for $475 million. ...
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