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Sibal puts on hold deemed varsity proposals
NEW DELHI: Union Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal has called for a review of the process of declaring an institution ‘Deemed to be University’ and ordered that all pending proposals seeking such status under Section ...
Pawar: discounted foodgrains a legal challenge
NEW DELHI: Food and Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar said on Thursday that it was a challenge to legally provide 25 kg of rice or wheat at Rs.3 per kg to all Below Poverty Line category of Public Distribution System beneficiaries and his ...
Agriculture gets lion’s share in Maharashtra
Mumbai: Irrigation and agriculture are the largest beneficiaries in the Maharashtra budget for 2009-2010 presented on Thursday. From the Plan outlay of Rs. 37,915 crore, Rs. 7,587 crore has been proposed for irrigation projects. ...
“Withdraw charges against Binayak Sen”
Kolkata: A group of human rights organisations will launch a mass movement for the unconditional withdrawal of all charges against rights activist Binayak Sen, who was released on bail recently. Speaking at a press conference here on ...
Military pact with Colombo in limbo
NEW DELHI: With the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam having been militarily defeated by the Sri Lanka army, New Delhi and Colombo have put their defence cooperation pact on the backburner. “It was negotiated for quite some time. We had ...
Militants kill two in Manipur
IMPHAL: A day after the killing of a Bihari grocer in Imphal, two more non-locals were shot dead on Thursday night in Bishnupur district. Police reports said unknown persons brought two trussed and blindfolded non-locals in a jeep. ...
11-member Central team to assess cyclone Aila damage
KOLKATA: An eleven-member team of Central officials will be arriving in the city on Saturday to assess the damage caused by the storms brought about by cyclone Aila on May 25. They visit the areas in West Bengal’s South and North ...
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