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Centre to conduct ‘vulnerability line mapping’ of coast: Ramesh
India, France operationalise civil nuclear trade
Instruments of ratification exchanged
Speaker to head team to Mauritius
NEW DELHI: Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar who will head an Indian parliamentary delegation to Mauritius on Sunday, January 17, will be inaugurating an exhibition ‘Kalpana’ at the Mahatma Gandhi Institute at Moka in Mauritius during ...
Another Indian driver assaulted near Melbourne
Melbourne: Attacks on Indians in Australia continued unabated with yet another taxi driver being punched by his passengers, an assault described as “opportunistic” and “not racially motivated” by police. In the ...
Tharoor denies influencing MEA book purchases
NEW DELHI: Reacting to the latest controversy, Minister of State for External Affairs Shashi Tharoor has denied influencing the External Affairs Ministry’s recent purchase of three books authored by him. In messages on the social ...
Nuclear power plant in Konkan opposed
MADBAN (Ratnagiri district): From the 75-foot lighthouse on the Rajapur Bay you have a bird’s eye view of the endless sea around and in front, about 700 hectares (ha) of land, the proposed site of the world’s largest capacity ...
Inter-caste marriage: denial of quota upheld
AHMEDABAD: The Gujarat High Court ruled out reservation benefits for the off-spring from an inter-caste marriage if the father was from the forward caste. The ruling came in the case of a son born to a Kshatriya and a scheduled caste ...
Mamata fails to meet Manmohan, leads march
KOLKATA: Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee led a procession here on Saturday in protest against the political violence in West Bengal and the spiralling price of essential commodities — the very day Prime Minister Manmohan Singh ...
Area sown under rabi wheat picks up
NEW DELHI: Sowing of rabi wheat, rice, coarse cereals and pulses has crossed last year’s level but there is a decline of about 6.2 per cent in the acreage of oilseeds. The shortfall in oilseeds is mainly due to the decline in acreage of ...
Arjun tanks to be tested against Russian T-90s
NEW DELHI: With the first Arjun tank regiment completing its conversion trials, the Army is readying to test the indigenous Main Battle Tank’s (MBT) mettle against the proven Russian T-90s in the early half of the year. “The ...
Soumya’s alleged killer injures himself
NEW DELHI: Ravi Kapoor, the key accused in the murders of television journalist Soumya Vishwanathan and IT executive Jigisha Ghosh, allegedly banged his head against the wall of the lock-up after which a court here on Saturday asked the Delhi ...
Medical certificates may become mandatory to get driving licence
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