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Language issue puts government in silent mode
Home Ministry in a fix over evolving criteria to deal with requests to bring more languages under 8th Schedule
Chintan baitak will go into poor show at hustings
NEW DELHI: The BJP’s chintan baitak will try to analyse the results of the Lok Sabha election 2009 and draw appropriate lessons. Party sources indicated that the three-day conclave, to be held in Shimla from ...
I am impartial: Gopalkrishna Gandhi
KOLKATA: West Bengal Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi has written separately to Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee and Chairman of the Left Front Committee Biman Bose, reportedly stating that he has been discharging his duties ...
Monsoon situation may improve
NEW DELHI: After a prolonged weak spell, monsoon activity could improve in the coming days. The India Meteorological Department on Monday forecast that there could be an increase in rainfall over the plains of northwest India, including Delhi, ...
India, Nepal to discuss better border management
NEW DELHI: Border management, encroachments and political mechanisms to promote trust and understanding among parties in Nepal will come up for high-level discussions during the visit of Nepal’s Foreign Minister Sujata Koirala, which ...
CPI decides to pull out from Manipur Ministry
IMPHAL: The Communist Party of India (CPI), which has been the ruling coalition partner for the last seven years, has decided to leave the Secular Progressive Front (SPF) Ministry. Sources in the CPI said that Minister of Health and ...
‘Missing man’ formation, to honour Kargil heroes
NEW DELHI: The Indian Air Force on Monday paid a special tribute — flying a “missing man” formation by helicopters — to four of its personnel who laid down their lives as their helicopter took an enemy hit at Tololing ...
Badwani tribals seek compensation under NREGA
Food prices may go up further
NEW DELHI: Scanty rainfall in the country that has led to drought-like conditions in many States may trigger further rise in the prices of primary articles, making life more difficult for the common man. The latest research report of ...
“Tinkering with NREGA will hit poor”
NEW DELHI: Fourteen organisations have opposed the manner in which the United Progressive Alliance government has been rushing through the restructuring of the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA), which they say is against the ...
Drought will hit kharif output sharply: experts
NEW DELHI: With a 28 per cent deficiency in monsoon, and the sown area under paddy, oilseeds and sugarcane lower than last year, the kharif foodgrains production is expected to fall sharply. According to experts, the loss of about six ...
Multipronged strategy to take on terror, Centre tells court
New Delhi: The Centre on Monday informed the Supreme Court that after the Mumbai terror attacks, it asked the States to set up anti-terror squads, and many States did so. In its counter to the affidavit on a public interest litigation ...
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