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Stage set for Centre-NSCN (IM) talks
The final solution to Naga problem has to be worked out with all groups, says Home Secretary
‘He wanted to entertain people cutting across faiths’
NEW DELHI: A pall of gloom descended on the East Delhi house of tabla player Nawab Khan on Saturday as grieving relatives arrived to mourn him. He was killed in the terror attack in Kabul on Friday. “This was my father’s ...
Braveheart major from Manipur a gifted doctor
IMPHAL: When Major Jotin Laishram left home in January, his family was under the impression that he was headed for Congo. So, when news came on Friday that he had been killed in the bomb blast in Kabul along with other Indians, his family was ...
Manmohan’s tributes to Indian doctors serving in Afghanistan
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday said the medical fraternity in India has been serving the people with great distinction under very difficult conditions. “The death of medical personnel in the Kabul blast ...
Women’s groups hail nod for tabling quota bill
Its passage will be a step forward for women’s movement: AIDWA
IPCC sets up independent review
NEW DELHI: The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has given in to the rising clamour of doubts about the preparation of its climate science reports, and will set up an independent committee of experts to review its procedures and ...
Adani group MD held for evading customs duty
PANAJI: The Anti-Corruption Branch of the Central Bureau of Investigation, Goa, on Saturday arrested Rajesh Adani, Managing Director of M/S. Adani Exports Limited, in Ahmedabad in connection with a criminal case for undervaluation of imports ...
Unhappy with budget provisions
NEW DELHI: The All India Democratic Women’s Association (AIDWA) has said the Union budget will add to “the misery of the ordinary people, as it will lead to an escalation in the prices of essential commodities with the increase in ...
Mamata promises jobs for families of jawans killed in combat
Discusses “state-sponsored terrorism” in West Bengal with Narayanan
“Unconscious bias against Muslims must be rectified”
KARAIKUDI: There was a need to correct a sense of discrimination and ‘unconscious bias’ against Muslims in appointments or disbursal of loans, said Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram, on Saturday. Addressing a gathering of ...
Kondhwa: terror hub or unfairly targeted?
PUNE: “Please write something good about Kondhwa,” says a resident of Konark Pooram residential complex, a locality in Pune. Her request is understandable, as Kondhwa has, after one-and-a-half years, is once in the spotlight for ...
Funds for biotechnology research increased
32 per cent hike in allocation for Department of Biotechnology
Leopards escape, injure four people
SHIMLA: Four persons, including a wildlife wing veterinary officer, sustained injuries while they tried to control two fully grown female leopards which escaped from their cage on Saturday morning. Both animals were captured later, ...
Jhund village model impresses Commonwealth countries
SHGs play vital role in livelihood generation of women
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