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Citing daughter’s partnership in advisory firm
Manmohan expresses regret
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday expressed regret to the family of a patient, who died for want of timely medical attention due to traffic restrictions during Dr. Singh’s visit to the Post Graduate Institute of ...
Congress-NCP government soon, says Ashok Chavan
Mumbai: A day after Maharashtra Governor S.C. Jamir met Chief Minister Ashok Chavan and Deputy Chief Minister Chhagan Bhujbal, Mr. Chavan announced on Wednesday that the Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) would be forming the ...
2 deported Uzbek families detained at Tiruchi airport
Sustained economic activity not possible under shadow of gun: PM
“Exploitation of our tribal communities can no longer be tolerated”
I will go by directive of central leadership: Yeddyurappa
NEW DELHI: Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa has said he was ready to go by the directions of the BJP central leaders to resolve the political crisis in the State. Talking to The Hindu here late on Wednesday ...
New Assembly complex to aim for lower green rating
CHENNAI: The new Assembly complex coming up in the city will aim for a lower green rating than what was decided earlier. It would pursue the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) requirements for earning at least 40 green ...
Bardhan slams detention of Gurudas Dasgupta
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India criticised the detention of its parliamentary party leader Gurudas Dasgupta by the Haryana police on Wednesday and demanded that he be set free. Party general secretary A.B. Bardhan said here that ...
Commercialisation has influenced media’s decisions: Hamid Ansari
There is serious need for codification of legislative privileges and contempt: N. Ram
India, EU may ink civil nuclear pact
NEW DELHI: India and the European Union may ink a civil nuclear cooperation agreement, but a free trade pact will elude both sides at the India-EU summit scheduled here for Thursday. At a press conference here on Wednesday, Swedish ...
A crucial tie, with series evenly split
Gautam Gambhir cleared to play; Moises Henriques ruled out for the Aussies
Steve Martin, Alec Baldwin to co-host Oscars
LOS ANGELES: Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin are taking on the Oscars. The two Hollywood veterans will share hosting duties at the 82nd Academy Awards, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said on Tuesday. Telecast producers ...
Spiritual stardust for climate change campaign
LONDON: The campaign against climate change got a dash of spiritual stardust on Wednesday as representatives of the world’s leading faiths gathered at Windsor Castle at the invitation of the Duke of Edinburgh to discuss the role of ...
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