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Pakistan: what was Sharm-el-Sheikh all about?
Pakistan eager to engage with India, but Indian reluctance holding things up, says Qureshi
Now a forensic lab for common citizens
NEW DELHI: Truth Labs, an independent forensic service facility established in collaboration with the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D), has set up shop here, breaking government monopoly in the highly specialised area and ...
War of succession in BJP news analysis
Post of possible prime ministerial nominee for 2014 polls at stake
Ministry condemns killings by naxalites in Jharkhand
NEW DELHI: The Centre on Friday condemned “wanton and brutal” killings of civilians by the cadres of the outlawed CPI (Maoist) outfit in Jharkhand. “These are to be seen as desperate attempts by the naxalites to take ...
‘Billions worth of Indian wealth in Swiss banks’
How to retrieve this frozen money should be a top priority: R. Vaidyanathan
Fuel efficiency norms in two years: Jairam
NEW DELHI: The government will come out with mandatory fuel efficiency standards in the next two years, Minister of State (Independent charge) Environment and Forests, Jairam Ramesh has said. This has been done to check carbon dioxide emission ...
“Stop political support for illegal constructions”
Builders have scant respect for regulatory laws: Supreme Court
Civilian nuclear deal with Canada on the anvil
NEW DELHI: India and Canada are on the verge of signing a civilian nuclear deal that will allow companies of both countries to access each other’s market, Ontario Minister of Economic Development and Trade Sanda Pupatello said here on ...
Rs. 20-lakh award for clue to Shopian case
Newfound Republican unity based on hatred: Prakash Ambedkar
Motivated to write book when I went to Pakistan with Atalji: Jaswant
He said he was reluctant to say anything about the book because it might appear as a self-promotion exercise
Amar Singh: no need for another probe
NEW DELHI: Samajwadi Party (SP) general secretary Amar Singh on Saturday took exception to the inclusion of the former Bhartiya Janata Party ideologue, Sudheendra Kulkarni, on a Railway Ministry Committee, while his party, which had bailed out ...
RSS could turn to the States for new BJP president
NEW DELHI: There is a straw in the wind that Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat, in a bid to end the internecine feud in the Bharatiya Janata Party, may zero in on a replacement for BJP president Rajnath Singh from outside the ...
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