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RUN-UP TO BUDGET
Slowdown hits Indian exports; booster expected in budget
NEW DELHI: The slowdown in economic growth coupled with recession hitting major economies like the United States and Europe has badly impacted India’s exports, which continue to grow in the negative territory for the last eight months ...
Three more A(H1N1) cases reported
New Delhi: Three more persons were affected by A(H1N1) on Friday, taking the total number of cases in the country to 81. One case each was reported from Delhi, Mumbai and Pune, a senior Health Ministry official said. Screening of ...
Advani, wife slip into Kodava costumes
Madikeri: For senior BJP leader L.K. Advani and wife Kamala Advani, who are relaxing in the quietude of the verdant surroundings at a resort near Siddapur in Kodagu district, Friday offered a different experience. Mr. Advani turned a ...
Assets disclosure by judges to be made mandatory
NEW DELHI: The government will soon introduce a Bill to make it mandatory for judges to disclose their assets and liabilities. It will also bring in legislation to set up a mechanism for inquiring into cases of corruption among judges, Union ...
Memorials, statues serve as an inspiration: Mayawati
Waste of money: Mulayam
LUCKNOW: Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh has attacked the Uttar Pradesh government for wasting crores of rupees on building stone structures and said the money could have been utilised in a better manner. Mr. Yadav expressed ...
India, U.S. ‘close’ to finalising end user pact
The process could end by the time Hillary arrives in July
Unease in Congress over Sibal’s proposals
NEW DELHI: Murmurs of discontent were heard in the Congress headquarters on Friday over the wide-ranging reforms in the education sector announced by Union Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal on Thursday, as part of his 100-days ...
Culprits will be punished, says Chidambaram
PHULBANI (KANDHAMAL DISTRICT): Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Friday assured victims of last year’s communal violence in Kandhamal that the police would file charge sheets soon and take the cases to fast track courts and ensure ...
Deregistration of parties: EC writes to Centre
MUMBAI: Deregistration of political parties not participating in elections is an important element in the proposal of the Election Commission for poll reforms. Since the commission does not have the power to deregister parties, it has written ...
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