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Freight too untouched, Izzat pass for unorganised sector, 57 new trains
Strike will send a wrong message: Patel
Assures Air India of support
Visiting the Vavuniya IDP camps: an uplifting experience
Colombo: The last phase of Sri Lanka’s low-intensity military conflict saw the elimination of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam as a military force. It simultaneously witnessed a poignant human drama in which some 300,000 Tamil ...
Sanction to prosecute Varun granted
LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh government on Friday granted sanction to the Pilibhit district administration to prosecute local Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Member of Parliament Varun Gandhi, in connection with the alleged hate speeches he ...
Six new trains for Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: Six new trains were proposed for Tamil Nadu in the railway budget on Friday. They are: a non-stop point-to-point Chennai-Delhi bi-weekly express, a weekly Bilaspur–Tirunelveli Junction superfast express via ...
Prosecution opposes bail to actor
Mumbai: The prosecution on Friday filed an objection to Shiney Ahuja’s bail application. The actor has been accused of raping his 20-year-old domestic help. Investigations were on and Ahuja might tamper with the witnesses if ...
Mamata revises targets
Says Lalu’s projections were “unrealistically high” and “not sustainable”
BJP, Lalu criticise rail budget; PM showers praise
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday said Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee had done a “very competent job in a short period of time.” In his statement on the budget, Dr. Singh said he was appreciative of the fact that ...
Air India staff stage walkout
The two-hour walkout was against delay in payment of salaries for June
Mamata does a balancing act
NEW DELHI: Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee has done a good balancing act. Even while keeping her promise of presenting a pro-people budget she has initiated measures for yielding revenue and sustaining the commercial viability of the ...
“How did surpluses deplete so fast?”
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) said on Friday that the Railway budget presented in Parliament reflected a marked deterioration in the financial position of the railways and sought to know why it had declined so ...
Pakistan may appeal against Saeed’s release
Move to clear the air ahead of Indo-Pakistan talks
‘Railway budget in tune with slowdown’
Utilisation of air space over railway platforms will help growth: CII
Imperious Federer too good for Haas
Roddick ends Murray’s and Britain’s hopes; Paes and Black in mixed doubles final
Tonnes of artificially ripened fruits seized
CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation on Friday seized and destroyed five tonnes of mangoes and two tonnes of papaya that were ripened using chemical substances. During the raids conducted on wholesalers and retailers across the city, it ...
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