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Thousands join “independence” rally
Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Syed Ali Geelani, Mohammad Yaseen Malik, Shabir Shah lead protesters
I am optimistic: CM
KOLKATA: “I think the people of the State want this project to come up and I am optimistic,” Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, West Bengal Chief Minister, said here on Friday on the future of the Tata Motors project at Singur. Mr. ...
U.S. hints at changes in NSG waiver draft
Mumbai: The U.S. on Friday indicated that the draft being considered by the Nuclear Suppliers Group to allow India to conduct nuclear trade may undergo some changes which would be discussed between the two countries to see what can be ...
BJP says its stand on Singur vindicated
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party on Friday said its stand on the happenings in West Bengal’s Singur and Nandigram districts over the last one year and more was vindicated by the statement of industrialist Ratan Tata, threatening to ...
Centre will review clinical trial process: Anbumani
NEW DELHI: The government will review the policy of clinical trials, Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Anbumani Ramadoss said on Friday. This follows the death of 49 children during clinical trials at the All-India Institute of ...
Talks with Amarnath Yatra Samiti today
Jammu: Curfew was clamped on the Hiranagar area of Kathua district on Friday in the wake of continuing protests, even as the first round of talks to resolve the crisis, triggered by the cancellation of the order transferring land to the ...
Replantation, too simplistic a solution to destruction: court
New Delhi: Destruction of a large number of trees in a forest cannot be compensated merely by planting new saplings there, the Supreme Court has eld. “We find from experience and observation that re-forestation or afforestation ...
Majuli: PM likely to make aerial survey
Notice to CBI on petition seeking discharge in sting operation case
Kharif paddy MSP Rs. 850 a quintal
NEW DELHI: The Centre has regularised the minimum support price (MSP) for the common variety of kharif paddy at Rs. 850 a quintal, up from Rs. 745, and for grade ‘A’ at Rs. 875, up from Rs. 775. This decision was taken at a ...
Human skulls, bones found in Siliguri eatery
Siliguri: The police seized 70 human skulls and 19 femur bones stored in two gunny bags from an eatery at Panitanki, near the India-Nepal border, in Darjeeling district on Friday. Acting on a tip-off, the police found the gunny bags ...
Atram’s bail plea rejected again
Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Friday rejected the anticipatory bail application of the former Maharashtra Minister of State for Transport and Tribal Development, Dharmaraobaba Atram. He is accused of hunting chinkaras in Bhor taluk of Pune ...
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