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Uncertainty over SP-Congress tie-up for Rajya Sabha poll
Congress with 21 MLAs cannot win a seat on its own in U.P.
Centre not giving enough aid to combat Maoists: CPI(M)
‘Attack on Bhattacharjee’s convoy warning bell’
Integrated checkposts coming up on borders
CCEA clears facility for cargo, passenger traffic
Raj Thackeray behaving like a regional terrorist: counsel
Supreme Court will hear petition against MNS chief on November 10
Jnanpith Award presented
NEW DELHI: Advocating the need for more access to history, literature and performing arts to make the education complete, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on Thursday that no society could consider itself complete if it did not have ...
Civil aviation sector begins to feel the pinch
High jet fuel prices, high operational costs and lower passenger volumes are taking their toll
No Russian assurance on ONGC’s acquisition plan
Putin and Deora fail to reach an agreement
A freak case: Army
NEW DELHI: The arrest of a serving officer for his alleged complicity in the Malegaon bomb blasts has hurt the Army’s prestige but this was a “freak” incident, a senior Army officer said here on Thursday. “The ...
Summer placements bring cheer to IIMK students
“Forensic report alone can mention range of firing”
Mumbai: The post mortem report on Rahul Raj Kundan Prasad Singh, the Patna youth who was shot dead by the Mumbai police aboard a BEST bus on October 27, “does not mention blackening,” Rakesh Maria, Joint Commissioner of Police ...
In same school, cut-off marks no bar to admissions: court
It may take student in a suitable stream in higher class
Separatists’ march thwarted in Kashmir
SRINAGAR: There was an undeclared curfew in Srinagar and other major parts of Kashmir on Thursday to prevent separatists from marching to the Jamia Masjid to commemorate the killing of Muslims in the Jammu region on this day in 1947. A ...
Sisters shot dead, honour killing suspected
NOIDA: In a case of suspected honour killing, two teenaged cousins were shot dead allegedly by their families after they eloped with their lovers at Greater Noida in Gautam Budh Nagar district. The girls’ brother, Sonu (22), was ...
Alva: why different standards?
NEW DELHI: Senior Congress leader Margaret Alva on Thursday questioned the presence of a number of relatives of party leaders among the candidates being fielded for the upcoming Assembly elections in various States. A member of the central ...
Centre calls Chief Ministers to discuss crop insurance
NEW DELHI: The Centre has decided to call a meeting of Chief Ministers to discuss the issue of providing crop insurance for farmers dealing in tea, coffee, rubber, tobacco and spices. The Centre wants State governments to share some part of ...
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