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CPI(M) wants India to act
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Thursday expressed serious concern over the continuing reports of casualties among the Tamil civilian population in Mullaithivu district of Sri Lanka and wanted India to seek the United ...
BJP’s Nagpur conclave from today
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party, at its three-day conclave that starts in Nagpur on Friday, will try to evolve a formula that will help it to wrest power at the Centre after the Lok Sabha election, which is just a few months ...
“Create right atmosphere for talks”
KOLKATA: West Bengal Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi on Thursday reiterated, before Gorkha Janamukti Morcha president Bimal Gurung, the need for maintaining an atmosphere in the Darjeeling hills and the Dooars conducive to the ongoing tripartite ...
Mulayam has betrayed Muslims: MP
Barq criticises his bonhomie with Kalyan Singh
Theft case against child dropped
Etawah: The theft case with the Jaswantnagar police against a 6-year-old girl, who was beaten up by the police, has been dropped and a case under Cr.PC 182 for registering a fake complaint has been lodged against Anju Katheria. Katheria ...
A.P. anguish over Kumar’s death
HYDERABAD: In the wake of the killing of 31-year-old Rudraraju Sudhir Kumar in Atlanta City, U.S.A., the eighth person from Andhra Pradesh to have been murdered, the State Government expressed its anguish over the incident to the American ...
Cabinet nod for centralised IT processing centre in Bangalore
It also approves introduction of a Bill to amend Rubber Act
Two more AIIMS-like institutions to come up
In West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh at a cost of Rs. 823 crore each
Intermediate Jet Trainer lands on belly
BANGALORE: In a setback to the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited’s (HAL) Intermediate Jet Trainer (IJT) programme, the Prototype Trainer Two (PT2), landed on its belly at the HAL airport here on Wednesday evening after a routine aerobatic ...
Kalam to open ‘QUARK 2009’ technical fest
The annual national-level event is conducted by BITS Pilani, Goa Campus
Locomotive units to be set up as joint ventures
NEW DELHI: The Cabinet on Thursday modified its earlier decision and allowed the setting up of two locomotive factories, in Railway Minister Lalu Prasad’s State Bihar, as joint ventures. The green-field electric and diesel ...
Two more categories in pension scheme
NEW DELHI: Widows in the age of 40 to 64 years and persons with severe and multiple disabilities between 18 and 64 years coming below the poverty line will with immediate effect get a monthly pension of Rs.200. The Union Cabinet approved the ...
Nod for national policy on safety at workplace
NEW DELHI: The Union Cabinet on Thursday approved a new national policy on safety, health and environment at workplace to ensure employees’ health and safety. The policy provides general guidelines for all stakeholders — ...
Delhi, Shimla and Hyderabad register record-breaking warmth
On January 27, 12 stations broke their earlier records
Salwa Judum disappearing: Chhattisgarh
You cannot encourage common man by arming him to fight naxals, says CJI
Monitoring Committee of Minority Education to get statutory backing
NEW DELHI: A bill to give statutory backing to the National Monitoring Committee of Minority Education (NMCME) will be introduced in the coming session of Parliament. This piece of legislation in being drafted in view of a resolution passed by ...
Launch movement against female foeticide: Sonia
“Every citizen must ensure that laws to protect children are used properly”
Vajpayee’s condition stable
NEW DELHI: The former Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, is showing signs of improvement, according to a bulletin issued by the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on Thursday. AIIMS Medical Superintendent D. K. Sharma ...
ICMR to test AIDS vaccines
NEW DELHI: The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has announced plans to initiate Phase-1 clinical trial to test a combination of two AIDS vaccine candidates — ADVAX and TBC-M4 — in a prime-boost regimen. The trial ...
Pub victims traumatised, says AIDWA
NEW DELHI: The All-India Democratic Women’s Association (AIDWA) has asked the National Commission for Women (NCW) to immediately intervene and ensure justice to victims of the January 24 Mangalore pub assault and that such incidents are ...
Cerebral palsy could not retard child poet Ajisha from Kerala
This national award winner has composed 600 poems
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