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India, Chile discuss free trade pact
Michelle Bachelet, Manmohan reiterate commitment to U.N. reforms
Congress wants EC to cancel transfers in U.P.
NEW DELHI: The Congress has urged the Election Commission to cancel transfer orders issued to officials by the Mayawati government in Uttar Pradesh after February15. The officials were posted in new places on the recommendations of ...
Rebels left out in BJP’s list for Gujarat
NEW DELHI: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi had his way with the Bharatiya Janata Party’s Central Election Committee, which on Tuesday denied ticket to 6 sitting MPs in the State. Many of them were dissidents and had raised the ...
Militants attack Congress workers
Imphal: Unidentified militants on Tuesday fired at two Congress workers in Imphal East district of Manipur, police said. Two militants came on a vehicle and abducted Congress workers L. Ibomcha and Kh. Muhindro at gun point from their ...
“Parties vying to vandalise public property”
Supreme Court to frame guidelines for payment of damages
Mulayam: ready to meet Azam Khan
LUCKNOW: After keeping mum for over a month, Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh is ready to mend fences with his estranged colleague, Mohammad Azam Khan. However, he gave no indication that he would dissociate himself from the former ...
Uma Bharti wants to see Advani as PM
NEW DELHI: The former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister and expelled Bharatiya Janata Party leader, Uma Bharti, has said her sweetest dream is to see L.K. Advani become the prime minister. A letter written by her to Mr. Advani was reportedly ...
Snapping of BJP ties brings a gush of freedom, says Naveen Patnaik
Award for Sivathanu Pillai
CHENNAI: The International Project Management Association (IPMA), Switzerland, has awarded its highest level (Level A) certification of Project Directorship to A. Sivathanu Pillai for his contribution in the field. Dr. Pillai is the ...
Women’s groups come up with charter to parties
Ensure passage of Women’s Bill, enact law to punish those guilty of communal violence, raise allocation for welfare schemes
Activist’s counsel to Anbumani Ramadoss
NEW DELHI: Stanton Glantz, a leading activist in the non-smokers rights movement in the United States, has said the film industry needed clear guidelines on smoking that would also help in checking depiction of smoking in the movies. ...
Action against Bihar officials for public meeting in school
NEW DELHI: The Election Commission has ordered the Bihar Chief Secretary to immediately suspend Darbhanga Sadar Sub-Divisional officer Rameshwar Bhagat and initiate disciplinary proceedings against him for allowing Union Minister of State for ...
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