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Suggests phasing out of surcharges, cesses, transaction taxes
Delhi High Court strikes down Section 377 of IPC
Section criminalises consensual sexual acts of adults in private
Remove Raja: Jayalalithaa
CHENNAI: AIADMK general secretary Jayalalithaa on Thursday demanded the removal of Union Minister for Communications A. Raja on the issue of a telephonic call made by a Union Minister to a Madras High Court Judge. In a statement, she ...
Uproar over fuel price increase
Government rejects Opposition demand for rollback; asks States to revise sales tax downward
Vociferous demand in Rajya Sabha to identify and drop Minister
BJP wants Prime Minister to intervene, order an investigation
Economic slowdown may impact railway budget
NEW DELHI: Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee has said that the Railway budget for 2009-10 will be simple, pro-poor and in tune with the current economic scenario, ruling out high expectations when she presents it on July 3. It was not ...
Karat warns Centre over law on foreign capital
HYDERABAD: Communist Party of India (Marxist) general secretary Prakash Karat has warned the Centre against rushing through legislation for setting up a pension regulatory authority and allowing foreign direct investment in education, saying ...
Serena prevails in an epic struggle
The former champion’s serve and tenacity make the difference against Dementieva
Top-order is a cause for worry
Dhoni expects teammates to play more responsibly
Karunanidhi to unveil Tiruvalluvar statue in Bangalore: Yeddyurappa
Statue of Kannada poet Sarvagna to be erected in Chennai, too
5 killed in suspected militant attack
GUWAHATI: Suspected militants gunned down five persons including four minors and injured three others in an attack on Dimasa village in the troubled North Cachar Hills district in southern Assam on Wednesday night. The deceased have ...
Rs.33-crore plan to strengthen reservoirs
CHENNAI: A Rs.33-crore proposal has been drawn up to strengthen reservoirs supplying water to Chennai. It has been sent to Chennai Metrowater for funding, Public Works Minister Durai Murugan told the Assembly on Thursday. Pointing out ...
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