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West Bengal agrees to hand over Singur site to Railways
KOLKATA: The West Bengal government has agreed in principle to hand over the site at Singur — once allotted to Tata Motors for its Nano project — to the Railways if they want to set up a coach unit there. This comes in the ...
Maoists kill two BSF personnel in Jharkhand
Elections held for 11 seats in Phase III
Scrap “ill-founded” Liberhan report: Sushma
NEW DELHI: Demanding that the Liberhan report be scrapped, the Bharatiya Janata Party on Tuesday said it had the potential of “whipping up” communal frenzy in the country. Its deputy leader in the Lok Sabha, Sushma Swaraj, called ...
Ajit Singh backs TRS demand for separate State
Hints at resuming campaign for Harit Pradesh
Auction of 3G mobile service may be delayed
NEW DELHI: The much-awaited auction of spectrum for 3G mobile service will miss its January 14 deadline, leading to further delay in the complete rollout of the advanced mobile services. “With reference to the Revised Information ...
Opposition moves privilege motion against Chavan government
NAGPUR: Despite gathering farmers in strength and leading them to protest near the Vidhan Bhavan, the Bharatiya Janata Party-led Opposition in Maharashtra failed to score points over a complacent ruling Congress alliance on the first day of ...
Firodia award for Yash Pal, Annadurai
CHENNAI: Scientist Yash Pal and Project Director of Chandrayaan-1 M. Annadurai have been chosen for the H.K. Firodia awards for 2009. While Professor Yash Pal has been chosen for his contribution to education and communication technology, Mr. ...
CSIR sequences human genome
NEW DELHI: The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has added yet another feather to its cap. Scientists at the Council’s New Delhi-based Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology (IIGB) have succeeded in ...
Fragments of Catalan amphorae found at Pattanam
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The excavations undertaken at Pattanam by the Kerala Council for Historical Research (KCHR) have yielded the largest assemblage of Roman amphorae (transport containers of wine, oil and fish sauce) in India, the most ...
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