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Global Tender for Ex-situ regeneration of DHDS Catalyst
Management will be free to exercise options, says Praful Patel
‘Big scope for rise in nuclear energy’
If our 3-stage strategy succeeds: Manmohan
Case against Quattrocchi to be withdrawn, Centre tells court
New Delhi: The Centre on Tuesday told the Supreme Court that it had decided to withdraw the case against Italian businessman Ottavio Quattrocchi, an accused in the Rs. 64-crore Bofors pay-offs case, which is pending before the Chief ...
‘No unauthorised construction of places of worship’
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday banned unauthorised construction of any temple, church, mosque or gurdwara in public streets/public spaces across the country with immediate effect. A Bench, consisting of Justices Dalveer ...
Centre withholding papers on black money: Jethmalani
Court issues notice to Centre on PIL
Goa Tourism Minister arrested, released on bail
PANAJI: Goa Tourism Minister Francisco X. Pacheco, of the NCP, was arrested by the Crime Branch of the State Police in the “threat to kill and extortion” case and immediately released as he was earlier granted an anticipatory bail ...
Kalavati pulls out of race
ElBaradei: listen to India’s voice for total disarmament
“India called for elimination of all nuclear weapons as far back as 1948”
Quattrocchi bailed out as he knew too much: BJP
Opposition flogging a dead horse, says Congress
Government trying to close Quattrocchi case: petitioner
Challenges CBI’s decision to revoke the Red Corner Notice
Government trying to close case: petitioner
NEW DELHI: Advocate Ajay Agrawal alleged on Tuesday that Italian businessman Ottavio Quattrocchi has been treated by the government as the son-in-law of the country. Mr. Quattrocchi was the only accused in the case and the CBI and the ...
States to file compliance report on places of worship
Removal must be subjected to scrutiny: Centre
‘We will walk out of Copenhagen if binding emissions are insisted upon’
NEW DELHI: Union Minister for Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh on Tuesday asserted that “India will walk out” of the Copenhagen Climate Change summit to be held in December this year if the Western world insisted on enforcing ...
Supreme Court: Where is the need for deemed universities?
Centre should come out with its decision on panel reports
Tamil youths queue up for police jobs in Jaffna
Move to address community’s major grievance
Brown urges Labour to “fight to win”
LONDON: Making what was widely believed to be his final speech to the Labour Party as leader, Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Tuesday made a last-ditch attempt to persuade his colleagues that he was the best man to lead them into the next ...
Mahato had links with Maoists, says West Bengal
KOLKATA: The West Bengal administration, which has confirmed information of Chhatradhar Mahato, convener of the Maoist-backed Police Santrash Birodhi Janasadharaner Committee (PSBJC), having “connections” with the Maoists, does not ...
Manmohan for wise use of atomic power
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said here on Tuesday that India had a comprehensive export controls system on nuclear technology and was committed to non-transfer of sensitive technologies and equipment to other countries that do not ...
Realtors to raise Rs. 11,000 cr through initial public offering
Four companies file draft prospectus with SEBI
India-Russia trade target set at $20 b
Both sides call for diversification of trade into high technology areas
New Zealand tops group and enters semifinals
England’s batting comes a cropper against the Kiwi pacemen; Broad inspires a late England fightback
Ahmedabad ISRO centre to map Himalayan region
The aim is to put in place India’s own research capacity
‘Mahatma’ pens from Mont Blanc
241 pieces of the white gold pen will be available worldwide
U.S. Award for Mallika Dutt
NEW YORK: Indian-American human rights activist Mallika Dutt has won the American Courage Award for her work in the U.S. and India. The 47-year-old, who grew up in Kolkata and left for the U.S. at the age of 18, will receive the award on ...
Vijayakant protests attacks on fishermen
DMDK president demands Centre’s intervention
World Tamil meet postponed
CHENNAI: The State government on Tuesday announced that the Ninth World Tamil Conference, slated to be held at Coimbatore in January 2010, would be held in June-end or early July to enable participation of more Tamil scholars from different ...
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