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Religious leaders criticise Delhi High Court order
Status of Arunachal Pradesh not negotiable, says Krishna
NEW DELHI: Asserting that Arunachal Pradesh was an integral part of India and its status was not negotiable, External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna on Thursday informed the Rajya Sabha that China had recently objected to the Asian Development ...
Australia reviewing aspects of education programme
High Commissioner stresses need for student counselling
At 95, Jyoti Basu is the sagacious counsellor
KOLKATA: The body might have become frail. But the spirit has not. The doyen of Left politics, Jyoti Basu was almost patriarchal in his assurance to a group of admirers who called on him at his residence on his 95th birthday on Wednesday that ...
Two more ‘Duronto’ trains
NEW DELHI: The Railways will introduce two additional non-stop, point-to-point “Duronto” trains to New Delhi from Secunderabad and Nagpur, Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee announced in the Lok Sabha on Thursday. Two of the 12 ...
Why give security to Varun, asks NCP
NEW DELHI: The Nationalist Congress Party on Thursday questioned the rationale behind providing Bharatiya Janata Party MP Varun Gandhi security when he invited a threat upon himself with his hate speeches. Demanding withdrawal of the ...
White Paper won’t target anyone: Mamata
It’s about new projects, policies & performance improvement
PSBJC chief threatens to launch a “greater movement”
West Bengal, Jharkhand police plan simultaneous operation against Maoists
Three State BJP presidents replaced
NEW DELHI: The process of revamping the Bharatiya Janata Party organisation after the Lok Sabha poll debacle has begun, with party president Rajnath Singh accepting the resignations of three State party presidents on Thursday and replacing ...
“Judicial reforms after national consensus”
NEW DELHI: The government will seek a national consensus on bringing about judicial reforms, Union Law and Justice Minister M. Veerappa Moily said on Thursday. It would take a couple of months to set the ball rolling. The reforms were ...
Mohanlal joins Territorial Army
NEW DELHI: Film actor Mohanlal on Thursday was formally inducted into the Territorial Army and granted the rank of Honorary Lieutenant Colonel. Chief of the Army Staff General Deepak Kapoor formally piped Mr. Mohanlal at a function at the Army ...
Pragnya’s bail plea rejected
MUMBAI: The Maharashtra Control of Organised Crimes Act (MCOCA) court on Thursday rejected the bail application of the Malegaon blast suspect, sadhvi Pragnya Singh Thakur. Public Prosecutor Rohini Salian told
Indian-American girl wins Fulbright-mtvU scholarship
NEW DELHI: An Indian-American girl has bagged the Fulbright-mtvU scholarship to make a documentary that will explore the impact and influence of Hindi film music on underprivileged youth in Mumbai. Tina Wadhwa, a Columbia University ...
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