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Set up special cell in Home Ministry, says Advani
China announces target to limit gas emissions
Carbon intensity to be cut to 40-45 per cent of 2005 levels by 2020
Kolkata pays homage
KOLKATA: With prayers on their lips and candles in their hands, hundreds of people came together at several locations in the city on Thursday to remember and pay homage to those who lost their lives during the Mumbai terror attacks last year ...
‘Report on YSR chopper crash by month-end’
NEW DELHI: Union Minister of State for Civil Aviation Praful Patel on Thursday informed the Lok Sabha that the report of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) enquiring into the crash of the helicopter ferrying former Andhra Pradesh ...
Missing evidence mars Mumbai massacre probe
Pakistan’s investigation has failed to resolve three key mysteries
Food inflation creeping up to high levels
Unprecedented rise in potato prices pushes up inflation
A year on, Mumbai remembers its dead
MUMBAI: On November 26, 2008, this gothic giant of a station was a breached fortress. On the first anniversary of the terror attacks, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) transformed into a temple. Travellers, who kept coming in a ...
Gas supply pact beneficial only to RIL: Jethmalani
NEW DELHI: Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL) hurriedly convened the board meeting of Reliance Natural Resources Ltd. (RNRL) on January 11, 2006, to consider and approve various agreements with RNRL including the Gas Supply Agreement and the ...
PM leaves for Port of Spain
Washington: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday wound up his four-day State visit here, the first by a foreign leader under the 10-month-old Obama administration, during which the two countries decided to transform their ties into ...
Haunting memories, yet getting on with life
A year after the terror strikes, telltale evidence still at Cama Hospital
Australian leaders pay homage to 26/11 victims
“We must remain vigilant to defeat terrorism”
Expedite oil dealerships for 26/11 martyrs: Chidambaram
MUMBAI: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Thursday handed over letters of appointment of petroleum product dealerships to the families of five of the 18 security officers who lost their lives during the terrorist attacks on November 26, ...
Sreesanth wrecks Lanka on his return
India on course for a thumping win; visitors’ batting comes a cropper
Left to back AIADMK in by-polls
CHENNAI: The Left parties have decided to support the AIADMK in the by-elections to Tiruchendur and Vandavasi Assembly constituencies. AIADMK general secretary Jayalalithaa invited the State leadership of the Communist Party of India for ...
A new beginning, says Sreesanth
The speedster is enjoying his game more and focusing on the future
School buses, vans come under scanner
Madrid moves closer to qualification
Marseille holds Milan; Bayern keeps hopes alive
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