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BPCL Kochi Refinery "Bottom Upgradation Project"
U.S., India still working on draft
Mulford hoping only for ‘clean exemption’
U.S. understands that India will not sign the NPT
Rail link to J&K snapped
Jammu/Srinagar: A day before Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s all-party meet to defuse tensions on the Amarnath land row, there was no let-up in protests in the Jammu region and Srinagar. The agitators, protesting against the ...
SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Governor N.N. Vohra on Tuesday termed the situation in the State, especially in Jammu, as worrying and renewed his appeal to the people and political parties to help the administration restore ...
Japan for India signing NPT
Nuclear deal is limited to peaceful energy programme: Pranab
Truck hits speeding train; 2 killed
Eighteen persons including nine rail passengers injured
Over 90% students in distress: survey
Nag missile testfired
It achieved the maximum range and was bang on target
Stage set for China to emerge the best
The host has been running an ambitious project to win more medals
China’s big moment is just around the corner
The organisers want the event to convey a message of friendship
Court restores ban on provocative SMS in J&K
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday restored the ban imposed by the Jammu and Kashmir government on spreading provocative SMS (short messaging service) through mobile phones to curb violence in the State. A three-judge Bench of Chief ...
Tribunal lifts ban on SIMI
New Delhi: A Special Tribunal on Tuesday lifted the ban imposed by the Centre on the activities of the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) saying there was no fresh evidence to justify the extension of the measure first clamped in ...
The Boogers return
South Korean firm delivers cloned dogs
39% of world’s primates found to be at risk of extinction
The two biggest threats: habitat destruction through logging, and hunting for bushmeat and wildlife trade
For teachers without borders
A unique virtual classroom experiment based in Hyderabad holds out much promise
Captive-reared gibbon now finds forest mate
Kaziranga: It learnt to watch television, reacted to magazine pictures of food items, even ate with a spoon — but in the end went to live in the woods with a male partner. Siloni, a female captive-reared hoolock gibbon ...
Vienna: Sometimes, ice cream just does not do the trick. In Austria, the broken hearts have a new place to seek solace, a tactic for the lovelorn billed as the country’s first. Run by a psychologist and a counsellor, the Vienna ...
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