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Rs.23 lakh seized from Koda, aides
Ranchi: The Jharkhand High Court was on Thursday informed that Rs 23.65 lakh and USD 3,430 were seized during search operations conducted at 69 premises of former chief minister Madhu Koda and his associates.
Cabinet clears HITS policy norms
HITS signals will be available to cable operators nationwide
Centre to press for extradition
New Delhi: Senior officials in the Home Ministry claimed that Indian investigators had evidence to show that U.S. national David Headley had links with the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and the HuJI, both Pakistan-based terror groups. They said ...
FAO calls for worldwide hunger strike
NEW DELHI: Much like late Indian Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri’s call for a weekly fast during the era of food shortage in the mid-sixties, the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) on Thursday appealed for a day-long worldwide ...
Global technology giants eye role in UID project
After Microsoft and Yahoo, Google looking to be part of project
Headley did not visit Agra, Lucknow, says U.P.
LUCKNOW: Even as intelligence agencies indicated that Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) suspect David Coleman Headley visited Lucknow and Agra during his stay in India, the Uttar Pradesh government denied that he had stayed in the State capital or in the ...
Sale of petrol with 5% ethanol made mandatory
NEW DELHI: The Union Cabinet has directed the Petroleum and Natural Gas Ministry to make it mandatory for all oil marketing companies to sell petrol mixed with 5 per cent of ethanol. In November 2006, the Centre mandated that five per ...
Antony asks Navy to close any gap in coastal security
NEW DELHI: The government on Thursday asked the Navy tasked with the overall coastal security of the country to review and draw a plan to close gaps, if any, in the new apparatus established after the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. At a ...
Panel on coastal security to be set up
NEW DELHI: The Shipping Ministry has decided to set up a broad-based committee, comprising various agencies, for sharing information on traffic, port and issues related to ship and coastal security. The decision was taken at a meeting ...
UPSC for replacing civil services preliminary with aptitude test
NEW DELHI: Convinced of the need to bring about changes in the method of recruitment, the Union Public Service Commission has recommended to the government that a Civil Services Aptitude test replace the existing Civil Services (Preliminary) ...
Van set afire as Jhargram bandh begins
KOLKATA: The 72-hour bandh called by the Maoist-backed Police Santrash Birodhi Janasadharaner Committee in the Jhargram sub-division of West Bengal’s Paschim Medinipur district began on Thursday, with its supporters setting a pick-up van ...
Mamata rules out merger with Congress
NEW DELHI: Railway Minister and Trinamool Congress president Mamata Banerjee ruled out any possibility of a merger of her party with the Congress with which it has an alliance in West Bengal. During an informal chat with journalists, ...
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