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Intelligence reports warned of threat via sea
26/11: India responds to latest queries
Sufficient evidence to continue investigation against JuD chief Hafiz Saeed
Praful talks tough to private airlines
NEW DELHI: A day after private airlines threatened to go on a day’s strike on August 18, the Centre has decided to act tough. The Directorate-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), the regulatory body of airlines in the country, on ...
No compromise on Hindutva despite poll debacle: Rajnath
“Hindutva is as important to the BJP as the Constitution is for the country”
Revolvers recovered from Sarobjit’s house
Complex yet fascinating job: Nirupama Rao
NEW DELHI: Describing her new assignment as “complex and yet fascinating,” Nirupama Rao on Saturday took over as Foreign Secretary with the focus on augmenting India’s diplomatic capabilities. The appointment of the ...
Ban on old vehicles takes effect in West Bengal
Government-run buses attacked, protest rallies held
Gujarat Governor-designate Dwivedi passes away
New Delhi: Devendra Nath Dwivedi, a constitutional expert, who was recently appointed Governor of Gujarat, died here on Saturday due to liver problems even before he could take up his assignment. The 74-year-old Dwivedi was admitted to ...
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In these gloomy times, spammers enter email inboxes, steal private data
Journal on free, open source software law launched
KOCHI: An international peer reviewed biannual journal focusing exclusively on free and open source software law has been launched recently. It is managed by an editorial committee made up of members of the European Legal Network. The ...
DMDK candidate to contest as independent
CHENNAI: The Desiya Murpokku Dravida Kazhagam (DMDK) candidate for the Bargur Assembly constituency has been allowed to contest as an independent following a re-scrutiny exercise. The DMDK had appealed to the Chief Electoral Officer to ...
Rethink on high mast lamps
CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation has decided to go slow on installing any more high mast lamps, which typically loom high over the city’s major road intersections, given their high cost of installation and maintenance. “We ...
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