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Toll-free number facility for LPG consumers coming
OMCs asked to actively address the grievances of consumers

Put Bajrang Dal, VHP on terrorist watch list: Brinda
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) said on Tuesday that it had urged the Union Home Ministry to put the Bajrang Dal and the Vishwa Hindu Parishad on the watch list of organisations indulging in terrorist-like activities and take ...

All the information you need may soon be posted in public domain
The public will get information without their asking for it: PM

‘Trust or no-trust motion not permissible in October session’
Since it will be considered a continuation of July 21/22 session

We adopted constructive stance: Yang
NEW DELHI: China has no competition with India and it wants to “move beyond doubts” to craft a strategic and cooperative relationship with New Delhi. It had made clear its intention to support India before the final draft was ...

Allow me to contribute funds to my own Guwahati constituency: Congress MP
GUWAHATI: Congress MP from the Guwahati Lok Sabha constituency Kirip Chaliha on Tuesday said he would move Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee to allow him to contribute Rs. 10 lakh from his quota of MP Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) ...

Tripartite talks on Gorkhaland held
NEW DELHI: Members of the Gorkha Jan Mukti Morcha (GJMM) which is spearheading the agitation for creation of a separate Gorkhaland state in Darjeeling hills reiterated that their demand was neither anti-national nor anti-Indian. ...

No waiver for Pakistan
NEW DELHI: U.S. ambassador to India David Mulford ruled out an NSG waiver for Pakistan. Asked to comment on reports that China was seeking such a waiver for Islamabad, he said: “I don’t think there is. No ...

No discussion on right to self-determination, NDFB told
Centre asks outfit to submit demands within the framework of Constitution

BJP to firm up poll strategy in Bangalore

Remand extended for SIMI chief
AHMEDABAD: The Ahmedabad metropolitan court on Tuesday granted a further 14 days police remand to Safdar Nagori, who is considered to be the chief of the SIMI operations in the country, and four of his accomplices, including his brother, ...

CBI announces reward for clue to Aarushi phone
NEW DELHI: With just a couple of days left for filing of the charge sheet in the Aarushi-Hemraj murder case within the stipulated 90-day period, the Central Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday said it would do so only after completion of the ...

Pictorial warnings to be tough after a year
Anbumani unhappy with slack implementation of tobacco control laws

CBI gets the go-ahead for examining judges
CJI gives permission in the ‘cash-for-judge scam’ probe

Asom Ratna award for Bhupen Hazarika
GUWAHATI: The Assam government on Monday announced the Asom Ratna award to ballad singer and a mass singer Bhupen Hazarika as a gift on behalf of the people of Assam on his 83rd birthday. Announcing the award here Chief Minister Tarun ...

Indo-German science centre inaugurated
NEW DELHI: Union Science and Technology Minister Kapil Sibal and his German counterpart, Annette Schavan, inaugurated an Indo-German Science and Technology Centre here on Tuesday. It will promote linkages among research institutions, ...

Deshmukh: none is above the law
MUMBAI: Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh and Home Minister R.R. Patil have said that those who take the law into their own hands will be severely dealt with. Referring to the fresh controversy involving Raj Thackeray and ...

Kunnakudi catered to music scholars as well as laymen
CHENNAI: Renowned violinist Kunnakudi Vaidyanathan, whose majestic bowing widened the circle of rasikas for Carnatic music, passed away here on Monday after a brief illness. He was 73. He is survived by wife V. Bagirathi, sons V.R. Shekar, V. ...

Judges scam: court asks for U.P.’s reply to CBI probe plea
Apex court asks the State to file response in two weeks

Czech nationals found guilty in insect smuggling case
KOLKATA: The two Czech nationals arrested from Darjeeling, West Bengal, in June for smuggling rare insects out of the Singalila National Park have been found guilty by a local court of offences under various sections of the Wildlife Protection ...

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