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Nuclear deal progressing well, says Kakodkar
TIRUCHI: The nuclear deal with the United States was progressing well and at present the fuel support guarantee has to be converted into contracts, Anil Kakodkar, Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission, and Secretary, Department of Atomic Energy, ...
If they don’t act, it will not be business as usual, says Pranab
“We want Pakistan to take the measures to their logical conclusion”
Small ships to be tracked using satellites
KOCHI: To check terror threats from sea, the Directorate-General of Shipping is planning to track smaller ships within 1,000 nautical miles using satellites. The plan comes in the wake of the Mumbai terrorist carnage, whose culprits are ...
Music of MS celebrated India’s values: Manmohan
Book on doyenne of Carnatic music released
Verdict reserved on court powers to order CBI probe without State’s consent
NEW DELHI: A Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court on Thursday reserved judgment on petitions questioning the powers of the apex court and the High Courts to order a CBI probe without the consent of the State government concerned. In ...
Police given custody of Ajmal till December 24
Mumbai: The Mumbai terror attacks accused, Mohammad Ajmal Amir ‘Kasab’ (Iman), was on Thursday remanded to police custody till December 24 in the case of killing of Anti-Terrorism Squad chief Hemant Karkare, encounter specialist ...
Worrying if Pakistan believes hoax calls: Pranab
NEW DELHI: External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Thursday utilised the floor of Parliament to point out that it was “worrying” if the Pakistani government believed hoax calls and tried to act on them. ...
Explosives found in train
Guwahati: A disaster was averted on Thursday, when about 6 kg of explosives was discovered in a compartment of the Tezpur-Rangapara passenger in Assam’s Sonitpur district, hours after recovery of a bomb from a cinema hall in West ...
CBI seeks apex court leave to withdraw case against Mulayam
NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation has moved the Supreme Court seeking permission to withdraw its application to register a corruption case against the former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mulayam Singh, and his family ...
Left-TDP leaders hold talks
Discussions also focussed on how to rope in other parties
Stop running to U.S.: Shourie tells government
NEW DELHI: The BJP on Thursday assured the government its support for a full-scale war against terrorism but asked the Centre to stop “running” to the United States in the hope that it would come to its rescue in tackling ...
Inflation drops further to 8%
Due to lower prices of vegetables, sugar and crude edible oil
Manmohan apologises for ‘failing’ to prevent attacks
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday tendered an apology on behalf of the government for its inability to prevent the “dastardly” attacks in Mumbai. And, he urged the international community to match its political ...
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