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Patil to visit Kandhamal today
BHUBANESWAR: Communal violence-hit Kandhamal district of Orissa started limping back to normality on Tuesday with no untoward incidents reported during the day. The district had been witnessing widespread communal violence for the past ...
Relax MPLADS rules to help Bihar: Rajnath
NEW DELHI: Bharatiya Janata Party president Rajnath Singh on Tuesday urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to relax rules of the Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) to enable MPs to help Bihar in relief and ...
Strategic ties with U.S. will take India Pakistan’s way: Karat
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Communist Party of India (Marxist) general secretary Prakash Karat said on Tuesday that the India-U.S. strategic partnership, of which the civilian nuclear deal was a component, would put India in the same position as ...
Sharada Prasad dead
NEW DELHI: H.Y. Sharada Prasad, media adviser to former Prime Ministers Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi, died on Tuesday afternoon following a prolonged illness. He was 84. He is survived by his wife and two sons. His last rites were ...
Flood situation worsens in Assam, over 10 lakh people affected
Majuli remains worst hit as level of flood water continues to rise
Mysore was an inseparable part of him
Bangalore/Mysore: It was Sharada Prasad’s childhood dream to be a Kannada writer, as he himself acknowledged in his writings. Though this dream was never realised (his books were translated into Kannada), Mysore remained an inseparable ...
CPI wants cut in fuel prices
Cites decline in global market
Key witness in BMW case a “peculiar personality”
NEW DELHI: It was not just the prosecution and the defence that assailed the credibility of Sunil Kulkarni — a controversial eyewitness in the high-profile BMW hit-and-run case — at different stages, even Additional District and ...
Pat for the Fourth Estate
NEW DELHI: Though defence lawyer Ramesh Gupta blamed the media for witch hunting the rich and famous and cautioned it against “crossing its limits,” the judgment had a word of praise and admiration for the Fourth ...
Selected works of Nehru project change hands
It’ll be taken over by Nehru Memorial Museum & Library
Armed forces top brass waiting for anomalies to go
NEW DELHI: A day after the government notified the revised pay scale for armed forces officers, their top brass are understood to have conveyed their unwillingness to implement the Sixth Pay Commission report until anomalies are removed and ...
U.P. reeling under water-borne diseases
LUCKNOW: With at least two dozen districts of Uttar Pradesh reeling under the impact of rain-related diseases, the worst may not yet be over for them, despite the decline in floods and a respite from the prolonged spell of monsoon. Over ...
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