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Centre misled country on deal, says CPI (M)
NEW DELHI: Charging the government with having “consistently misled” the country on the Indo-U.S. civil nuclear agreement, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Friday said the Presidential ‘determination’ by George ...

‘Semi-conductor policy’ attracting investments: Raja
“Extension of sunset clause will be taken up with Prime Minister”

Terrorism to be BJP’s major poll plank
‘Only after Advani becomes Prime Minister will there be a decisive initiative’

No plan to cut oil prices now: Deora
Indian crude oil basket falls to $95

A “hypothetical question”
BANGALORE: Could the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam become a BJP ally ahead of the next Lok Sabha election? This is a “purely hypothetical question,” BJP spokesman Ravi Shankar Prasad told journalists on the opening ...

European aerospace industry exploring tie-ups with India
Discussions in progress with potential partners: Kraus

3 released on bail in Aarushi murder case
NEW DELHI: Krishna and Raj Kumar, accused in the Aarushi-Hemraj murder case, were granted bail by separate courts in neighbouring Ghaziabad on Friday as the Central Bureau of Investigation(CBI) failed to file the charge sheet against them ...

Rajnath: BJP opposed to unbalanced provisions
“Our objection to nuclear deal is different from that of the Left”

MP’s recommendation clashes with admission policy
Supreme Court to go into question of law

Rhinoceros spotted near Bhutan border
Wildlife officials, experts hope to tranquillise it by today

Rs. 2,900 crore disbursed through post offices under job scheme
NEW DELHI: Over Rs. 2,900 crore has been disbursed through post offices across the country as wages under the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS). As on July 31 this year, 1.47 crore accounts were opened for NREGS ...

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