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Rescue work on at Korba plant
RAIPUR: Rescue and relief operation continued for the second day on Thursday at the under-construction power plant of metal major Bharat Aluminium Company Ltd. at Korba, where 14 labourers were killed in a chimney collapse, officials said. ...
SPG was informed: Congress
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Thursday described the Uttar Pradesh government’s criticism of party general secretary Rahul Gandhi’s “surprise visit” to Shravasti as a manifestation of the political insecurity of “the ...
Kakodkar and R. Chidambaram refute doubts
MUMBAI: While refuting the doubts raised recently over the success of the May 1998 Pokhran II tests, Anil Kakodkar, Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), and R. Chidambaram, AEC Chairman in 1998 and the current Principal Scientific ...
‘Zero tolerance of violence’
NEW DELHI: Promising to strengthen bilateral ties in the energy and security sectors and strategic dialogue with India, Australia on Thursday re-emphasised its “zero tolerance” of violence against Indian students in the country. ...
Oceansat-2 takes pictures of Arabian Sea
CHENNAI: Satellite Oceansat-2, launched by PSLV-C14 on Wednesday, is doing “absolutely fine” and the onboard camera, called the ocean colour monitor (OCM), has taken pictures of the Arabian Sea, off the coast of Gujarat’s ...
Shopian: CBI gets nod for exhuming bodies
SRINAGAR: The Central Bureau of Investigation was given permission on Thursday to exhume the bodies of two women of Shopian who were allegedly raped and killed in May. Sources told The Hindu that the CBI team, ...
Leader of Opposition comes under RTI Act
NEW DELHI: The office of Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha is covered by the Right to Information (RTI) Act and it should provide information as per the provisions of the Act, the Central Information Commission ruled on ...
Bodies of two CPI(M) supporters recovered
KOLKATA: The Lalgarh region in Paschim Medinipur district of West Bengal on Thursday continued to witness violence, allegedly perpetrated by Maoists. The police recovered the bullet-riddled bodies of two Communist Party of India (Marxist) ...
Maharashtra rebels get unexpected support
MUMBAI: Rebellion in Maharashtra is taking on dizzying proportions with last-minute switchovers by ticket aspirants for the October 13 Assembly elections. The Shiv Sena MLA from Dadar here, Sada Sarvankar, miffed at being ignored by his ...
Premier of Victoria allays fears of Indian students
“India is our biggest market for education exports”
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