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Malaysian coach is kept under observation
HYDERABAD: Just as the organisers of the Badminton World Federation (BWF) championship were heaving a sigh of relief after taking all precautions against a perceived threat from terror attacks, they found themselves grappling with the swine ...
Tripartite meeting agrees to abolish Gorkha Hill Council
Alternative administrative framework to be set up in Darjeeling
Haj: India may go with proposed ban
NEW DELHI: India appears inclined to go with the proposed ban on children, the elderly and those with chronic medical conditions from going on the Haj pilgrimage to stem the spread of swine flu. The country is scheduled to send 1.6 lakh ...
GJM expresses satisfaction
KOLKATA: The Gorkha Janmukti Morcha leadership has expressed “satisfaction” with the outcome of the third round of tripartite talks held in New Delhi on Tuesday to end the political stalemate in the Darjeeling hills arising from ...
See China in terms of opportunities, says Tharoor
Kochi: Minister of State for External Affairs Shashi Tharoor on Tuesday said the relationship with China should be viewed not only in the context of problems but in terms of opportunities as well. Mr. Tharoor said India fundamentally ...
Swine flu: TV channels asked to exercise restraint
NEW DELHI: The Centre has informally asked television channels to exercise restraint in the coverage of swine flu stories. Given the panic following swine flu-related deaths in the past few days, the channels are being urged not to add ...
We could not audit RIL capex, CAG tells oil ministry
NEW DELHI: In what could turn out to be an embarrassment for the Petroleum Ministry, the office of the Comptroller and Auditor-General has stated that the recent claim of the Director-General of Hydrocarbons (DGH) that Rs. 45,000-crore capex ...
“Ambanis’ deal will harm public interest”
NEW DELHI: Amid the bitter battle between the Ambani siblings over the KG Basin gas distribution, the Petroleum and Natural Gas Ministry has written to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) that the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between ...
Charges filed against 62 for Gulberg Society massacre
AHMEDABAD: With the filing of charge sheet, the trial in the case of Gulberg Society massacre during the 2002 communal riots in Gujarat virtually began at the designated court here on Tuesday. Special judge B.U. Joshi framed the charges ...
Nepal seeks Indian aid to modernise its border forces
NEW DELHI: Nepal warded off Indian attempts for a commitment on settling the border issue but assured that in no circumstances would it allow its territory to be used for anti-India activity. In talks with several Union Cabinet ...
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