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No change in LAC: Antony
NEW DELHI: Defence Minister A.K. Antony on Wednesday denied reports that China had encroached on Indian territory in the eastern sector. “There is no change in the Line of Actual Control. There is only a difference in perception,” ...
Germany keen on civil nuclear cooperation
But the first step in this direction could be about nuclear safety: German Ambassador
Maharashtra allows Nitu Singh to return
MUMBAI: The Maharashtra government has come to the rescue of Nepali student Nitu Singh. It issued an order on Wednesday allowing Ms. Singh, a student of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune, to return to India to complete ...
Withdraw absurd, unfair conditions: Brinda
NEW DELHI: Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader and Rajya Sabha member Brinda Karat on Wednesday demanded immediate withdrawal of “unfair, unjust and absurd” conditions imposed on Nitu Singh, a Nepalese student of Pune’s ...
Krishna refuses to speculate
NEW DELHI: Minister for External Affairs S.M. Krishna on Wednesday declined to see any link between the detention in China of 21 Indians on the charge of diamond smuggling and those of Chinese engineers in Chhattisgarh after an industrial ...
Depository of academic qualifications planned
NEW DELHI: The government on Tuesday announced a proposal to establish a national database of academic qualifications to be maintained in an electronic format by a registered depository. The system will help in eliminating fraudulent ...
Chinese engineer held in Kutch
AHMEDABAD: Even as the diamond industry in Surat is flustered over the arrest of some Surat-based traders in China for the alleged smuggling of diamonds, the Gujarat police on Wednesday arrested a Chinese engineer for violation of prohibition ...
Rajdhani Express to don Kerala colours
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The serene beaches, emerald backwaters, lush hill stations, exotic wildlife, waterfalls, sprawling plantations and enchanting art forms of Kerala that charm holidayers from around the world will adorn the country’s ...
Take to climate-resilient farming: Swaminathan
Farmers must redouble efforts to boost production, he says
Congress to enquire into caste-based list
NEW DELHI: Up against criticism over inclusion of Speaker Meira Kumar in the newly constituted Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee (BPCC) and identification of each member as per their caste, the Congress on Wednesday said it was in the process ...
It’s up to CBI to prosecute Subba: Supreme Court
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday made it clear that it was up to the Central Bureau of Investigation to prosecute the former Congress MP from Assam, Mani Kumar Subba, on the basis of reports expressing doubts about his ...
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