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Anxious wait for relatives outside AIIMS Trauma Centre
Anomalies in defence pay will be rectified, says Antony
Thiruvananthapuram: Defence Minister A.K. Antony has said though most recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission are beneficial to the armed forces, certain issues in the pay revision proposals need to be resolved. Interacting with ...
AIFB threatens to pull out from Cabinet
KOLKATA: The All-India Forward Bloc, a major constituent of the ruling Left Front in West Bengal, has threatened to pull out its Ministers from the Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee Cabinet if the government does not withdraw its directive on renewal of ...
Communal violence continues in Orissa
BHUBANESWAR: Communal violence continued in the interior areas of Orissa’s Kandhamal district on Saturday even as Chief Minister visited Phulbani, the district headquarters town to take stock of the situation. One church was burnt ...
Buddhadeb: we are persuading Tata Motors not to pull out
If they pull out Trinamool will be solely responsible
Advani seeks Muslim support
Moradabad: Senior BJP leader L.K. Advani on Saturday reacted sharply to the Mehrauli blast in Delhi, accusing the UPA government of being unable to tackle terrorism, and underlining the need for strong anti-terror laws. “This ...
Don’t rush into FTA with European Union: CPI(M)
Don’t make commitments without debate in Parliament
Annual quiz from October 15
CHENNAI: The ninth edition of the annual “ The Hindu - Young World Quiz” contest will be held across the country from October 15 to November 13. Beginning with the regional rounds, ...
Patil reviews security situation
NEW DELHI: As the Capital was rocked again by a bomb blast on Saturday, Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil reviewed the security situation with top officials and extended all assistance to the Delhi Police Commissioner to deal with the ...
Don’t make Patil a fall guy, says Rajnath
BANGALORE: Bharatiya Janata Party president Rajnath Singh on Saturday said the Centre was soft on terrorists, resulting in the increasing terror strikes in the country. Reacting to the bomb blasts in Delhi, he said the United ...
Many give weekend shopping a miss
NEW DELHI: Crowds at some of the major markets of the Capital began thinning out in the second half of Saturday as news spread about the bomb blast at the Mehrauli Sarai market in South Delhi. As news began trickling in, barricades came ...
U.K.: role for India, G-20 in handling financial crisis
NEW YORK: In a bid to rope in countries like India in tackling the financial meltdown in the U.S., British Premier Gordon Brown has said it cannot be left to the elite G-8 club alone to come out with strategies and wanted the involvement of ...
Three parties to merge with AGP
GUWAHATI: Three Assam parties have decided to merge with the Asom Gana Parishad(AGP) with the objective of going to the polls for the Lok Sabha as a united regional force to defeat the Congress and capture power in the State in 2011. ...
UPA should resign : Swamy
CHENNAI: The Janata Party president, Subramanian Swamy, on Saturday demanded the immediate resignation of the UPA government and holding of elections to the Lok Sabha. He said, the government had failed to prevent terrorist acts even ...
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