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India has continued to grow “at an impressive rate”
Halt operations for 72 days and we will talk: Maoists
‘Invite mediation of intellectuals to facilitate dialogue’
All issues concerning bilateral ties will be discussed: Krishna
NEW DELHI: All issues concerning bilateral ties, “time permitting,” will be taken up during India-Pakistan Foreign Secretary-level talks on Thursday, External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna said here on Monday. Mr. Krishna ...
3G auction likely to begin this week
NEW DELHI: With the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) getting issues with the Union Finance and Law Ministries resolved, the auction of spectrum for advanced 3G mobile services is likely to begin this week. Issues ...
“Talks with Pakistan will be restricted to core concerns over terrorism”
We have taken initiatives in the past… we are now making another attempt: Nirupama Rao
An outrage against humanity: Badal
Urges Manmohan to secure the release of the remaining Sikhs held hostage by Taliban
Rajya Sabha polls in seven States on March 26
NEW DELHI: The Election Commission has announced biennial elections for 13 seats in the Rajya Sabha from six States, which will expire in April this year. It also announced by-elections to the Upper House from Uttar Pradesh to fill the ...
We are alive to situation over Telangana: Manmohan
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday said the government understood the situation in Andhra Pradesh over the Telangana issue and would deal with the problem appropriately. He conveyed this to a group of 11 Congress Lok ...
AIADMK seeks disqualification of 2 of its MLAs
Panel on heritage conservation proposed
It is expected to be approved by State government shortly
Bowling at the ‘death’ a major area of concern
Thrills apart, the performance at Jaipur has left the Indian supporters a worried lot
Tripura State Rifles jawan injured in gunfight
AGARTALA: A jawan of the paramilitary Tripura State Rifles (TSR) was on Monday injured in a gunfight with suspected insurgents of the National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) at Kakuiroajapara, a remote tribal hamlet in Dhalai ...
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