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Defence deals to be discussed during Manmohan’s Paris visit
Pranab dispels fears about high fiscal deficit
Jangipur (West Bengal): Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday dispelled fears about the high fiscal deficit projected in the budget, saying the Reserve Bank of India would be able to manage the government borrowing programmes ...
Expenditure stimulus is required: Montek
New Delhi: Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia on Sunday endorsed the high fiscal deficit of 6.8 per cent as projected in the budget for 2009-10, saying increased government expenditure would stimulate growth. ...
NSG team visits Writer’s Building
KOLKATA: A team of National Security Guards (NSG) did a recee of the Writer’s Building (the State secretariat) here on Sunday for an understanding of the layout of the building in the event of any terrorist entering it or of people being ...
Unrest does not deter pilgrims
Srinagar: Frequent strikes and violent clashes in the Valley notwithstanding, pilgrims from across the country are turning up in large numbers at the holy cave shrine of Amarnath. Hundreds of pilgrims are arriving here daily to have a ...
BSF-BDR meet begins
DHAKA: A three-day Director-General-level conference between the Bangladesh Rifles (BDR) and the Border Security Force (BSF) began at the BDR headquarters here on Sunday. BSF Director-General M.L. Kurawat led an 18-member delegation in ...
Deregulation of oil prices with human face: Deora
MUMBAI: The government has been making periodic changes in the prices of petrol and diesel depending upon international rates, which effectively is as good as deregulation, Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Murli Deora said on Sunday. ...
Rice exporters seek lifting of ban
NEW DELHI: The All-India Rice Exporters’ Association has urged the government to lift the ban on exports to allow them to ship the non-basmati variety of about 20 lakh tonnes abroad it has decided to sell to friendly countries. ...
Innovative NRHM schemes to be reviewed
NEW DELHI: The Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry has recommended an in-depth review of 20 innovative schemes being implemented by States and Union Territories (UT) under the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) for scaling up and ...
Rajnath Singh: our stand vindicated
‘Government failed to curb terrorism’
“Remain firm on ideology of cultural nationalism”
NEW DELHI: BJP president Rajnath Singh on Sunday asked the party’s youth wing to remain firm on the ideology of cultural nationalism despite the recent electoral debacle. “We are proud of being part of a party that has a ...
Patrol along Koshi during floods planned
India, Nepal Ministers inspect repair works
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