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Kakodkar committee to suggest reforms in IITs
NEW DELHI: Union Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal said here on Monday that the percentage of marks in Class XII exams under the revised criteria for appearing in the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) entrance test would be ...

Search on for engineer abducted in Assam
No demand for ransom; hand of NDFB anti-talks faction suspected

Revised visa rules may hit vital projects


Platinum II develops cracks
AHMEDABAD: The controversial Platinum II, waiting in the high seas for permission to beach at Alang in Gujarat, has developed cracks but there is still no report of any toxic waste leaking from the ship into the sea. The former U.S. ...

Jairam Ramesh’s plan comes under attack
NEW DELHI: Jairam Ramesh, Minister of State (independent charge), Environment and Forests, on Monday came under severe criticism for a recent proposal that, the Opposition said, amounted to a total shift in India’s stand on climate ...

“He is trying to change India’s two decades-old position”
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party has condemned Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh’s reported efforts to completely change India’s two decades-old position on environmental issues to bring it closer to that of the United States ...

Hearing today on plea for SIT probe into Asthana’s death
Bar association secretary moves Supreme Court

Manmohan allays Arunachal team’s fears
New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh told an Arunachal Pradesh delegation that China had not constructed any dam on the Brahmaputra river — which would have been a matter of concern for India. According to Chief Minister Dorje ...

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