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Manmohan, Advani discuss security issues
Shrine board land issue figures in talks
Cabinet okays Rs. 1,000-cr. more for insurance scheme
One crore rural landless households will benefit under AABY
Expand panel, BJP urges Speaker
New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party’s deputy leader in the Lok Sabha V.K. Malhotra on Thursday met Speaker Somnath Chatterjee and requested him to expand the parliamentary committee on the cash-for-votes scandal. Mr. Malhotra told ...
Cabinet Committee approves setting up of four blood banks
NEW DELHI: The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs on Thursday approved the setting up of four blood banks in the major metros that would function as centres of excellence in transfusion medicine.The blood banks would be set up in Delhi, ...
“We don’t project individuals for PM’s post”
Karat hopeful of presenting some third force in the coming Lok Sabha election
“Failure of Geneva talks a serious setback”
NEW DELHI: Union Commerce and Industry Minister Kamal Nath on Thursday described the failed global trade talks at Geneva as a “serious setback to the developing nations” and blamed the U.S. for undermining the issue of livelihood ...
Mumbai ATS seizes laptops
Mumbai: As part of its ongoing investigations to find the source of the e-mail sent on the day of the Ahmedabad blasts, the Mumbai Anti-Terrorism Squad has so far seized seven systems, comprising laptops and hard disks, from ...
BC Commission gets extension
To look into modalities
Karat: I never said Mayawati cannot be Prime Minister
New Delhi: Amid reports that the “Third Front” was projecting Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati as its Prime Ministerial face, the CPI(M) said on Thursday that a decision in this regard would be taken at an “appropriate ...
Consider nature of cruelty in suicide by women: court
New Delhi: The mere fact that a woman committed suicide within seven years of her marriage and that she had been subjected to cruelty by her husband or any relative of her husband does not automatically give rise to the presumption that he or ...
Reforms: Chidambaram upbeat
NEW DELHI: Finance Minister P. Chidambaram on Thursday said the three pending Bills pertaining to financial sector reforms – the Banking Regulation (Amendment) Bill, 2005, the Insurance Bill seeking to raise the FDI (foreign direct ...
New PDS for West Bengal
KOLKATTA: West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee on Friday announced a scheme to supply rice, dal (pulses) and edible oil to the people in the State. These food items would be priced substantially lower than the ruling market ...
INS Dronacharya ties up with School of Artillery
“It has enormous operational significance”
Kerala tourism not hit by terror threats: official
Big turnout expected during Volvo Ocean Race stopover at Kochi
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