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“Once the process is over, I will bring it before Parliament and abide by the House”
Prove majority by July 7, Azad told
“Srinagar Chalo” today to demand revocation of land transfer order
Nothing new in his offer: Left
NEW DELHI: The Left parties on Monday said there was “nothing new” in Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s offer of coming to Parliament before operationalising the nuclear deal with the United States. They also reiterated ...
Valley shut down for 8th day
SRINAGAR: Kashmir Valley witnessed a complete shutdown for the eighth consecutive day on Monday in protest against the transfer of land to the Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board. Shops and business establishments, government offices, educational ...
BJP plans protests
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party is planning nationwide protests against withdrawal of land allocation for Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board in Kashmir, senior leaders indicated here on Monday. “This will certainly be an electoral ...
Violent protests in Jammu against Governor’s decision
The decision is one of appeasement and discrimination, say protesters
It’s UPA’s vote-bank politics: Advani
Bhopal: Surrendering the land allotted to Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board is yet another example of the UPA’s vote-bank politics, according to senior BJP leader L.K. Advani. “Revoking of land allotment to the Board is one ...
It will be more difficult to stop deal when PM comes back to Parliament: Yechury
NEW DELHI: CPI(M) Polit Bureau member Sitaram Yechury said on Monday that if the government moved ahead formally to sign a safeguards agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the party would implement the Polit Bureau ...
“Left not informed of need to go to IAEA”
Certain things not disclosed to UPA-Left committee: Biman Bose
Congress says it is committed to deal
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Monday said that it was committed to take forward the India-U.S. nuclear deal and would try to take on board “all sections” on it. The party dismissed suggestions of any connection between the ...
Redress deprivation, particularly among children: Ram
The Hindu Editor-in-Chief sees significant role for Rotary Clubs to bring about a qualitative change in their lives
Rainfall forecast for the season revised upward
NEW DELHI: The India Meteorological Department on Monday forecast that the rainfall during the coming month across the country is likely to be 98 per cent of its long period average with a model error of plus or minus 9 per cent. The ...
N. Murali re-elected Music Academy president
CHENNAI: N. Murali, Managing Director of The Hindu, has been elected president of The Music Academy, Madras. This is his second term as president. At the annual general body meeting of the Academy on Sunday, the ...
SBI, three others raise rates
New rates from today
Spain crowned champion of Europe
Torres’s strike settles the issue; Aragonés’s side ends a 44-year title drought
Federer easily passes the Hewitt test
The Aussie’s challenge dies out after the loss of the first set in a tie-break
Jayasuriya celebrates birthday in style
Muralitharan ensures Sri Lanka a place in the final
Working towards one laptop per school
New scheme from Kerala’s IT@School programme
Fuel shortage sparks rush, traffic snarls
IOC admits to shortage of diesel, but says problem is temporary
‘Kuchelan’ audio released
Death of woman sparks protest
PUDUCHERRY: The death of a 23-year-old woman due to snake bite on Monday sparked an immediate protest by her relatives and activists belonging to the Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi (VCK) in front of the Assembly. Her relatives and activists ...
Quota for BC Christians may be referred to panel
CHENNAI: Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi has indicated to a delegation of Christians and representatives from Kanyakumari that the issue of revocation of the quota of 3.5 per cent for Backward Classes Christians will be referred to the Backward ...
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