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Third Front will help only communal forces: Congress
It is a comic drama, says the Bharatiya Janata Party
JD(U) talks tough with BJP Bihar
NEW DELHI: Rumblings from within the Janata Dal (United) that it may do what Naveen Patnaik of the Biju Janata Dal did to the Bharatiya Janata Party — but after May 16 when the Lok Sabha results come in – has got the BJP leadership ...
World Bank roots for urbanisation, migration
“Instead of worrying about the size of metropolises, it must be ensured these work well”
‘High land prices take sheen out of Mumbai’
New Delhi: The vicious circle of supply shortages and high land prices are taking the sheen out of Mumbai as the metropolis, which houses 1.2 crore people in slums and degraded apartments, has become the world’s most densely ...
PDP decides to go it alone
SRINAGAR: The Opposition People’s Democratic Party will fight the Lok Sabha polls on its own in all six constituencies in Jammu and Kashmir. “We have our own agenda of political resolution of Kashmir and that doesn’t suit any ...
Alliances in limbo as Pawar launches his campaign
Talks with NCP continuing, asserts Congress
Alliances in limbo as Pawar launches campaign
Talks with NCP continuing: Congress
Joint research on CyberKnife likely
Apollo Hospitals group may join a team of scientists at Stanford varsity, says Dr. Adler
NEW DELHI: Air Marshal D.C. Kumaria on Thursday took charge as the first-ever Director-General Operations at Air Headquarters here. Prior to his elevation, Mr. Kumaria was the Assistant Chief of Air Staff Operations (Space) here, an official ...
Arrested medicos expelled
Dharamsala (H.P.): Four students, arrested on charges of murder following the death of their junior Aman Kachroo allegedly due to ragging, have been expelled from the Kangra medical college. Kangra Additional District Magistrate Sandeep ...
BJP-Shiv Sena alliance finalised
MUMBAI: After many hiccups, the Shiv Sena-Bharatiya Janata Party alliance in Maharashtra for the general elections was finalised late on Thursday after a meeting between the two parties. A formal announcement is likely on ...
Observations in verdicts are not binding precedents: Supreme Court
“Judgments of courts are not to be construed as statutes”
Arrest warrant against IPS officer
Mumbai: The Chandigarh police arrived in Mumbai on Thursday with an arrest warrant for Indian Police Service officer Saji Mohan Verghese, a source at the court said. Mohan was serving judicial custody in a heroin possession case ...
Singapore to host anti-smoking meet in 2012
MUMBAI: Singapore will host the 15th ‘World Conference on Tobacco or Health’ in 2012, it was announced on Thursday at the closing ceremony of the 14th anti-smoking summit here. At the ceremony, conference president Prakash ...
A precious collection he won’t sell for the world
All IIM-Indore graduates placed
Indore: The Indian Institute of Management-Indore says it has achieved 100 per cent placement for its 10th graduating batch (2009). “Despite the global downturn, placements at IIM Indore have showcased the wide acceptability of its ...
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