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Arun Jaitley resigns as BJP general secretary
Cites one-man, one-post principle as reason

Problem at Lalgarh spreading: official
Rush paramilitary forces as requested by government: CPI(M)

Need for greater sensitivity to ecological issues: Minister
Says environment and growth are not mutually exclusive

Indigenous vaccine soon for A(H1N1): ICMR chief
MADURAI: The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has initiated steps to produce an indigenous vaccine for the A(H1N1) influenza and it expects the vaccine to be available in four to six months at affordable rates. “We have ...

Nuclear deal moving: Kakodkar
To meet high energy needs, India must tap every available resource

Stalemate on pricing of 3G service
NEW DELHI: Even after two rounds of talks between Communications and Information Technology Minister A. Raja and Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee here on Tuesday, the issue related to the pricing of spectrum for 3G (third generation) mobile ...

“PSBJC will accept democratic forces’ support”
Lalgarh: Convener of the Police Santrosh Birodhi Janashadharaner Committee (PSBJC) [People’s Committee against Police Atrocities] Chhatradhar Mahato told journalists here on Tuesday that the outfit would accept only the support of ...

U.S. asked to screen outbound passengers
NEW DELHI: Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare Dinesh Trivedi has demanded that Washington provide some kind of screening for outbound passengers as most of the swine flu cases in India have come from the U.S.. ...

Stalemate over pricing of 3G service
NEW DELHI: Even after two rounds of talks between Communications and Information Technology Minister A. Raja and Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee here on Tuesday, the issue related to the pricing of spectrum for 3G (third generation) mobile ...

26/11: Report not accepted in entirety, says Chavan


Maran presents proposals to revive textiles sector
COIMBATORE: The Union Ministry of Textiles has submitted to the Finance Ministry proposals for reviving the textile industry. Union Minister for Textiles Dayanidhi Maran told journalists here on Tuesday that the industry needed a ...

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