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“I have relevant answers to objections and doubts”
Proceedings against Lakhvi put off
Pakistan court will take up Mumbai attacks case in camera on August 29
20 districts in Uttar Pradesh declared drought-affected
State seeks 51% power from Centre’s discretionary quota
Judges welcome proposed Bill on asset declaration, says CJI
Failure to declare, or misdeclaration, of assets would be deemed misconduct
Ministries told to help out Air India
NEW DELHI: The government on Saturday asked the Finance Ministry to consider a financial bailout for Air India and urged the Petroleum Ministry to extend the fuel credit limit for at least three more months. This was decided at the first ...
Binayak Sen calls for unified human rights movement
NEW DELHI: Civil rights activist Binayak Sen, who was released recently after 14 months of what was described in many circles as “illegal detention under a draconian law,” on Saturday called for a unified human rights movement ...
Kharif crops severely affected by deficient monsoon
Total acreage of crops sown declines by 52.11 lakh hectare since last year
Left parties plan joint stir against price rise
NEW DELHI: The four Left parties on Saturday announced their decision to conduct a joint agitation demanding that the United Progressive Alliance government take immediate and effective steps to curb price rise. In a joint statement ...
BSF throws open its door to women
CHANDIGARH: The Kharkan camp of the Border Security Force (BSF), 150 km from here, witnessed history being created as the first batch of 178 women recruits were inducted into the BSF for guarding international borders, on Saturday. Home ...
Maoists free policeman; security to be stepped up
Kolkata: Belying fears, Maoists on Saturday released the policeman they abducted on Friday evening at Pirrakhuli, 14 km from Lalgarh in West Bengal’s Paschim Medinipur district. . In a press statement issued later, Maoist leader ...
“We need to be more vigilant”
KOLKATA: There was need to be more cautious and vigilant to prevent incidents like abduction of policemen by Maoists , West Bengal Home Secretary Ardhendu Sen said. Answering reporters’ queries at the Secretariat, he made this ...
Tata prepares for global roll-out of Nano
To leverage marketing and sales network of Fiat
India must speed up health spending, says Gates
New Delhi: Observing that India faced the “toughest” health problems, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates on Saturday said the country could address the issue if it accelerated spending on healthcare and ensured that funds were ...
Nuclear submarine all set to enter waters
India will make history at Visakhapatnam today
The magic of many
Crowdsourcing — letting others do it
From the community, with love
True to its codename Golden Eye, VLC 1.0 is no less than a James Bond in the world of media players
More huts gutted in north Chennai fire
CHENNAI: In the second such incident in the city in a week, a fire that broke out in a disadvantaged locality in Sembium early on Saturday left a physically challenged man dead. At least six huts were destroyed. The fire is believed to have ...
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