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India under pressure to settle Barh dispute
NEW DELHI: India has come under tremendous pressure from Russia for settling the “dispute” between state-run National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) and Russian company Techno Promo Exports (TPE) over the execution of the ...

Commandos for West Bengal stations
KOLKATA: Commandos of the West Bengal police will be deployed in four major railway stations in the State in a move to tighten security in the wake of the recent terrorist strike in Mumbai. Vigil has also been intensified across the State and ...

BJP welcomes plan for federal agency
But without tough law, probe into terror crimes will come to naught: Jaitley

Better behaviour expected of him, says Kerala CM
We went because it is Sandeep’s family

Mizoram to see tough contests for many seats
Guwahati: Mizoram will go to the polls on Tuesday to elect a 40-member Assembly. In all, 6,12,439 voters will decide the fate of 206 candidates, including nine women. Polling teams left from Aizawl and other district headquarters on ...

‘Idea of India will triumph’
NEW DELHI: The new Union Home Minister, P. Chidambaram, said on Monday that the terror strikes in Mumbai were an attack on the “very soul and idea of India that we love which is secular, pluralist, tolerant and open.” ...

Can parties be asked to pay for bandh damage?
Supreme Court issues notice to Maharashtra government

WHO calls for greater attention to curb HIV/AIDS


Kolkata intellectuals mourn terror victims
KOLKATA: A section of Kolkata’s intellectuals held a peace congregation on Monday condemning the Mumbai terror attacks and urged the people to stand united against such “inhuman atrocities against humanity.” In the ...

Air India cuts fuel surcharge on domestic flights
NEW DELHI: Air India will slash fuel surcharge on all domestic flights by Rs. 400 from Tuesday following a substantial cut in the jet fuel prices. The airline now levies a fuel surcharge of Rs. 2,750 on flights up to 750 km and Rs. ...

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