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Time running out on climate change: Norwegian Minister
International meet addresses challenge of food security in a warming planet
CCS reviews security
NEW DELHI: The Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) on Monday reviewed the security situation in the country in the wake of the Saturday’s Pune blast that killed nine people. It is learnt to have discussed the agenda relating to the ...
Court: all directors can’t be prosecuted for cheque bounce
A bald, cursory statement won’t do
Kolkata’s Chinatown to be on tourist map
Kolkata: Even as the West Bengal tourism department announced here on Monday a project to promote the city’s Chinatown — the only sizeable settlement of the Chinese diaspora in India — as a tourist destination, residents ...
Fresh look at security of “soft targets”
Mumbai: Following Saturday’s blast at Pune’s German Bakery, which was classified as a “soft target,” the Maharashtra government has reviewed afresh security measures at malls, shops, multiplexes in addition to ...
Road map on decontrol of petrol, diesel likely in budget
NEW DELHI: Faced with a huge fiscal deficit and rising costs of social security programmes, the United Progressive Alliance-II government could announce possible decontrol of petrol and diesel prices in the Union budget to be presented by ...
Venkaiah seeks end to Telangana impasse
“Appointment of Srikrishna Commission is not a solution to the problem”
Report may be ready in 2-3 months: Nanavati panel
AHMEDABAD: The G.T. Nanavati-Akshay Mehta judicial commission probing the Godhra train carnage and post-Godhra riots, on Monday informed the Gujarat High Court that it was in the process of “recording its findings” and was expected ...
2008 blasts trial in Gujarat stayed
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday stayed the trial of all cases connected to 2008 bomb blasts and pending before a Special Court in Ahmedabad. A Bench of Justices Altamas Kabir and T.S. Thakur, after hearing counsel Prashant ...
Bahrain supports India-Pakistan talks
NEW DELHI: Bahrain, an influential Gulf country with friendly ties to both India and Pakistan, has welcomed the move to hold Foreign Secretary level talks on February 25. However, the first round of talks need not cover all the subjects ...
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