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Jairam irons out differences with negotiators
Assures them that carbon emission intensity cuts are voluntary, not legally binding
Number of ‘freedom fighters’ still growing
In the absence of foolproof guidelines for pension, Centre grapples with peculiar cases
Import of edible oil will continue: Pawar
Thrissur: Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar said on Sunday that the import of edible oils would continue as there was a huge oil deficit in the market. Speaking to journalists after launching a coconut replanting and rejuvenation ...
Admiral Gorshkov likely to arrive by 2014
NEW DELHI: India and Russia have apparently sorted out differences on the price to refurbish aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya (formerly Admiral Gorshkov), said highly placed government sources. Due to a hasty visit by the first ...
BMIC case: ‘Karnataka government misled court’
‘Verdict’ passed by a “People’s Court,” organised by the Bhoo Swadhina Virodhi Vedike-Karnataka
Dubai debt crisis will not affect India: Zoellick
‘But it may prompt a second or a third look at investments in emerging markets’
AI proposes cut in expat pilots’ wages
MUMBAI: Under pressure from its Indian pilots’ unions, Air India is understood to have proposed a 10 per cent cut in the salaries of about 150 expat pilots currently on its rolls. “The management has proposed a 10 per cent ...
Paresh Barua claims moral victory
Guwahati: The self-styled commander-in-chief of the outlawed United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA), Paresh Barua, on Sunday described as a “moral victory for the ULFA” the assertion by the arrested leaders, Arabinda Rajkhowa and ...
Former Gujarat CMs prevented from attending rally
Babri Masjid demolition anniversary peaceful
SP activists observe ‘black day’; VHP and Shiv Sena observe ‘victory day’
Security for separatist leaders being reviewed
Pranab: Trinamool leader will be chief ministerial candidate
KOLKATA: Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee has described the alliance between the Congress and the Trinamool Congress as “timely” and said the leader (Mamata Banerjee) of the largest partner (the Trinamool Congress) would be ...
Rahul mission to strengthen central Uttar Pradesh base
LUCKNOW: Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi embarks on his two-day visit to central Uttar Pradesh on Monday, a journey touted as the first step towards transforming the Congress from a mass-based party to a cadre-based one. ...
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