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RTI activist says others too missed it despite recommendations by PMO
Nuclear liability Bill deferred at last minute
Advani demands explanation on decision
Terror suspects linked to fugitive ganglord
NEW DELHI: Karachi-based ganglord Bashir Ahmad Khan Ain-ul-Haq Khan had recruited two Mumbai-based men arrested over the weekend for plotting terrorist attacks, intelligence sources have told The Hindu. Khan, a key lieutenant of top ...
Foreign Universities Bill cleared for introduction
NEW DELHI: The Union Cabinet on Monday cleared the Foreign Educational Institutions (Regulation of Entry and Operation) Bill, 2010, for introduction in Parliament. It seeks to allow foreign education providers to set up campuses in the country ...
Setback to ballistic missile defence trial
Mayawati sees conspiracy on symbol issue
“Elephant statues erected in memorials for Dalit icons have nothing to do with BSP symbol”
Mumbai arrests cast light on jihadist-mafia nexus
Dawood Ibrahim empire working with Islamist terror groups across South Asia
26 collegians die as bus plunges into dry riverbed
JAIPUR: In one of the worst road accidents in Rajasthan, 26 college students were killed and 34 injured when the bus they were travelling in plunged 60 feet down into a dry riverbed at Morel in Sawai Madhopur district early on Monday. The bus ...
Tearful adieu to Gurshan
Kotkapura: People from all walks of life on Saturday joined the funeral procession of three-year-old Gurshan Singh Channa who was killed in Australia. The body, which was brought by the toddler's parents from Melbourne on Friday, was ...
Thailand's Abhisit rules out snap polls amid protests
SINGAPORE: Thailand's Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva on Monday ruled out snap polls, even as protesters rallied and picketed a military facility in Bangkok. The protesters, unofficially estimated to number tens of thousands, called for an ...
German anger over abuse prompts Vatican response
Paris: Faced with growing anger in Germany over the Church's continued silence over allegations of child sex abuse by paedophile priests, the Vatican reacted on Monday for the first time, saying Pope Benedict XVI will speak with a “clear ...
Inflation moving fast towards the double-digit mark
‘Rabi arrivals should have a positive impact in bringing down prices'
Royal Challengers takes on Kings XI
Bangalore: The last time Royal Challengers Bangalore played at the Chinnaswamy Stadium, the team was going through a low phase in the Indian Premier League's inaugural edition. And on May 28, 2008, RCB lost to Mumbai Indians here and ...
Many more welfare schemes in Chennai Corporation budget
CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation Budget for 2010-2011 includes a large number of welfare schemes in the health and education sectors. However, there is no change in the tax rates. Chairperson of the civic body's Committee on Taxation and ...
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