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3G for south Indian mobile users soon
CHENNAI: The BSNL is looking at migrating around 5 per cent of its customer base of over 5-crore to 3G around the middle of 2009, according to Kuldeep Goyal, Chairman and Managing Director. Mr. Goyal told journalists after launching the ...

Baggage-carrier, says Trinamool Congress
KOLKATA: Hours after External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee’s oblique reference to the Trinamool Congress while speaking about attempts to obstruct development in West Bengal, the leadership of the party hit back with a scathing ...

Modi promotes corporate culture, says Congress
New Delhi/Panaji: The Congress on Sunday hit back at Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, alleging that “corporate culture” was being promoted by him and the BJP even as poor diamond workers were suffering in the State. ...

CPI to contest 50 seats
Declares first list of candidates

Foundation laid for East-West Metro Corridor
KOLKATA: The foundation stone of the East-West Metro Corridor Project, linking the Salt Lake in the city to Howrah — the country’s first metro transit system to pass through a tunnel beneath a river (Hooghly) — was laid here ...

He mistook attackers for college students
MUMBAI: Sub-inspector Bapurao Sahebrao Dhurgude had approached the young men only to warn them. He had spotted distant figures with backpacks approaching the Cama hospital lane. He thought they were college students. He wanted to tell them ...

Judiciary sensitised on law for senior citizens
New Delhi: Considering the plight of senior citizens and aged parents neglected by their sons and daughters, the Centre has enacted the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007. The law seeks to make it a legal ...

Basmati issue: legal battle with Pakistan likely
NEW DELHI: Ruling out resumption of normal trade with Pakistan till those guilty of 26/11 attack were brought to book, Minister of State for Commerce and Power Jairam Ramesh said that India was ready to take on Pakistan in the “legal ...

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