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Centre discusses ruling on gay sex
NEW DELHI: The Union government on Friday held a meeting to discuss and analyse the Delhi High Court judgment on decriminalising same gender sex. The meeting was attended by Home Minister P. Chidambaram, Law Minister Veerappa Moily and ...

RUN-UP TO BUDGET
Infrastructure, real estate sectors expect a big boost
NEW DELHI: The infrastructure sector and the recession-hit real estate sector are looking forward to the Union budget with great expectations. Both the sectors, which require huge investments, are expecting a big boost to revive growth and put ...

Sibal talks tough on ragging
The government will now proceed to check ragging in schools, he says

Tyeb Mehta gave shape and meaning to Indian art
NEW DELHI: A couple of years ago, at a book launch in New Delhi, Tyeb Mehta (1925-2009) came across as a forlorn man, in some ways untouched by the millions he made with his works, in others a dispassionate soul. Soft spoken to a fault — ...

Medha held on way to Lalgarh, released on bail
LALGARH (PASCHIM MEDINIPUR DISTRICT): Social activist Medha Patkar and 13 others were arrested by the West Bengal State police at Debra, 35 km from Midnapore, on Friday while they were on their way to Lalgarh. They were placed under ...

No swine flu death: Azad
NEW DELHI: Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad said on Friday there was no death due to A (H1N1) influenza in the country. Intervening in the Lok Sabha during a discussion under Rule 193, on the situation arising ...

Possible case of “resistant” A (H1N1) virus


U.N. sanction on Lashkar operative a blow to Pakistan
New Delhi: Attempts by Pakistan to link the Mumbai terrorist attack of November 2008 to the earlier explosion on board the Samjhauta Express are likely to flounder in the face of the United Nations Security Council’s decision to sanction ...

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