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No dilution of sovereignty on end-use arrangement: Manmohan
Heavy rain brings relief to Assam
Guwahati: The drought-like situation prevailing in Assam marginally improved following continuous downpour since July 24. According to reports of the Regional Meteorological Centre, due to continuous downpour the departure from normal ...
AICTE Chairman placed under suspension
Swine flu: 16 more cases
Mumbai: Sixteen more patients tested positive in Pune for swine flu on Tuesday (12) and Wednesday (4), taking the total to 76 as on Wednesday night. The head of Maharashtra’s swine flu cell, Pradeep Awate, said: “We had ...
Chandrayaan review in September
Madhavan Nair says the space craft is doing fine
British Council to outsource jobs to India
LONDON: The British Council has reportedly decided to outsource more than 100 jobs to India as part of a series of cost-cutting measures, provoking a furious response from the staff and the unions. The Times on Tuesday ...
International meet on irrigation
NEW DELHI: India will host the fifth Asian Regional Conference and the 60th International Executive council meeting here from December 6 to 11. It will deliberate on the issue of “Improvement in efficiency of irrigation projects ...
CPI(M) objects to Ministers’ visit to Lalgarh
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Wednesday drew the Centre’s attention to the presence of two Union Ministers — Mukul Roy and Sisir Adhikari – in Lalgarh on Tuesday, despite prohibitory orders being in ...
Dos and don’ts for schools
NEW DELHI: The Centre on Wednesday directed schools across the country to ask the staff and children showing any symptoms of A (H1N1) influenza, including common cold, to stay away from the institutions for at least 7 to 10 days. Importantly, ...
Saif Ali Khan apologises to Punjabi board
Mumbai: Actor Saif Ali Khan on Wednesday gave a written apology to the All-India Punjabi Cultural and Heritage Board which had earlier alleged that his debut home production ‘Love Aaj Kal’ is offensive to Sikhism. Mr. Khan ...
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