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Samajwadi Party keeps UNPA guessing
NEW DELHI: With the Samajwadi Party refusing to reveal its mind on the Indo-U.S. nuclear deal till July 3, other constituents of the United National Progressive Alliance (UNPA) are busy trying to assess the emerging situation in a bid to draw ...
Manmohan calls on Pratibha
NEW DELHI: Setting at rest speculation on his trip to Tokyo to attend the G-8 Summit, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday called on President Pratibha Patil at Rashtrapati Bhavan and discussed his tour. During the 50-minute ...
Not moving towards BJP: Mayawati
LUCKNOW: Amid reports of a possible Congress-Samajwadi Party tie-up on the India-nuclear deal and beyond, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Tuesday scotched rumours of the Bahujan Samaj Party moving towards the Bharatiya Janata Party. ...
‘If a journalist cannot write, who else will?’
Why harass Nandy, court asks Gujarat
Lessons from the Chitrakonda ambush
Police veering round to the view that Maoists lured Greyhounds by providing false leads
Deora urges OPEC chief to hike oil output
Minister discusses Iran-Pakistan-India gas pipeline project with Iran
Small townships and rural areas badly hit
NEW DELHI: With the international crude oil prices continuing to rise, touching $143 a barrel, the public sector Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) have “virtually stopped” supply of ordinary petrol and diesel to small townships, ...
B.C. Roy awards for 55 doctors
NEW DELHI: President Pratibha Patil presented the B.C. Roy National Awards for Medicine to eminent doctors at a function at Rashtrapati Bhavan here on Tuesday. The doctors were felicitated for their contribution to medical research, teaching ...
For want of papers, Indian freed by Pakistan sent back to jail
ISLAMABAD: Ram Prakash, an Indian released on Tuesday on completion of his 10-year jail term on spying charges, was sent back to prison from the Wagah border because he did not have travel documents to cross into India. The Indian High ...
We will not compromise: Karat
New Delhi: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Tuesday said Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s presence at the G-8 summit in Japan next week would be taken as an indication of the UPA government’s intention to go ahead with the ...
Raise creamy layer ceiling, says BC panel
NEW DELHI: The National Commission for Backward Classes (NCBC) has recommended that the income ceiling for the creamy layer among the Other Backward Classes be increased to Rs. 4.5 lakh from Rs. 2.5 lakh a year for employment and admissions to ...
“Oral partition must have legal sanctity”
Law Commission recommendation
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