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F-18s to fly over Bangalore
BANGALORE: Boeing Integrated Defence System’s F/A-18 Hornet, one of the U.S. Navy’s frontline air platforms will take to the skies over Bangalore from Saturday. The all-weather, carrier-capable multirole fighter, which is designed ...

CPI(M) opposes free trade pact with ASEAN
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) said the Free Trade Agreement with the ASEAN, signed by Commerce Minister Anand Sharma in Thailand on Thursday, reflected the “misplaced priorities” of the Congress-led government ...

“Swine flu vaccine in four months”
KOLKATA: An indigenous vaccine for swine flu should be available in four months, Dinesh Trivedi, Minister of State for Health, said here on Friday, even as the number of confirmed cases in the city rose to 28. “The development of ...

Dibrugarh University punishes 10 students for ragging
Guwahati: The Dibrugarh University on Friday punished 10 students, including two girls, for allegedly ragging their juniors. The punishment ranged from expulsion to rustication for two semesters, to fines to the tune of Rs. 20,000, ...

Starvation claims five lives in drought-hit Bihar districts
PATNA: Starvation has claimed five lives in two drought-afflicted districts in Bihar, despite measures taken by the State government to provide 1.26 crore food grains to Below Poverty Line (BPL) families. A woman and her infant died in ...

ATS claims prize catch in fake note racket
AHMEDABAD: The Gujarat Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) claims to have picked up a prize catch, who was allegedly acting on instructions of Pakistani intelligence agencies to push fake currency notes into the country. According to State ATS ...

Property rights for women under new slum policy
NEW DELHI: The Centre has decided to grant land patta and occupancy right of dwelling units in the name of a woman member of the beneficiary household under the Rajiv Awas Yojana for slum dwellers and the urban poor. Alternatively, property ...

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