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Cabinet decision “distorted” in pay scales formulation
Fixation tables reflect neither Cabinet decision nor expenditure department resolution: Central service officers
Left resistance prevented crisis: Karat
CHENNAI: If Union Finance Minister P. Chidambaram could claim that India was not affected by the U.S. financial crisis and relatively insulated, it was because the Left parties did not allow him to liberate the financial sector, said CPI(M) ...
Rs. 500 crore interim aid for Orissa
BHUBANESWAR: There was some good news for the thousands awaiting relief in the flood-hit Orissa on Tuesday — Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil announced an interim assistance of Rs. 500 crore for relief work. Mr. Patil, who arrived ...
Bashir was also a Jamia student
NEW DELHI: Jamia Millia Islamia has now admitted that suspected militant Mohammad Bashir alias Atif, who was killed in an encounter with the Special Cell of the Delhi Police at Batla House here this past week, was on its rolls. Atif was ...
Centre to amend Post Office Act
New logo for India Post unveiled
Audience for war hero’s wife
LUCKNOW: Rasoolan Bibi, wife of Hawaldar Abdul Hameed who was conferred the nation’s highest gallantry award Param Vir Chakra posthumously during the 1965 India-Pakistan war, on Tuesday urged President Pratibha Patil that an ...
PM indifferent to attacks on Christians: Gowda
NEW DELHI: Janata Dal (Secular) president H.D. Deve Gowda on Tuesday criticised Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for being too busy with the nuclear deal to pay attention to the attacks on churches and Christians in Karnataka. Speaking to ...
Bring misguided youth on path to peace: Pratibha
“We have to divest their minds of hatred”
“It will sully India’s image among investors”
NEW DELHI: Condemning the killing of L.K. Chaudhury, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Italian firm Graziano Trasmissioni, by dismissed factory workers in Greater Noida, leading industry chambers on Tuesday said such incidents would dent ...
“Spare presiding officers, let tribunal rule on defection”
Presiding officers should not be under judicial scrutiny: Somnath
India’s quest to make civil aircraft begins
NEW DELHI: The entire brains trust of Indian aviation – scientists, developers and operators – met here on Tuesday to initiate an ambitious project to manufacture civil regional aircraft. The mission would be to make a cheap, ...
Health insurance extended to construction workers
NEW DELHI: The Centre has decided to extend the Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana to construction workers. This is expected to benefit 2.6 crore people. Addressing a press conference here on Tuesday, Minister of State for Labour and ...
Rahul fits the bill: Moily
New Delhi: With the issue of Prime Ministerial candidate of the party coming to the fore again, the Congress on Tuesday said it has a leader in Rahul Gandhi, who “hundred per cent fits the bill.” “He [Rahul] would not ...
Rahul promises justice for victimised party men
CHANDIGARH: Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday promised justice for all those who lost their kin and suffered repression unleashed allegedly at the instance of the present Akali-BJP Government in Punjab. Mr. Gandhi gave ...
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