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CPI(M) leader shot dead
KOLKATA: Suspected Maoists gunned down a Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader near Lalgarh in West Bengal's Paschim Medinipur district late on Tuesday, even as the police arrested 11 suspected Maoists, including a key leader of the ...
We want to pass Bill through collaborative approach: Chavan
NEW DELHI: Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office Prithiviraj Chavan underlined the need for consultations on the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Bill, because the nuclear sector was “very sensitive.” He said the ...
U.S., India sign trade and investment agreement
Washington DC: A framework for cooperation on trade and investment was on Wednesday signed by Indian Minister of Commerce and Industry Anand Sharma and U.S. Trade Representative Ronald Kirk. The agreement aims to strengthen bilateral ...
NPCIL, Areva finalising contracts for two reactors
CHENNAI: The Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) and Areva, one of the biggest reactor manufacturers of France, are finalising contracts for two 1,650 MWe-European Pressurised Reactor plants at Jaitapur, Maharashtra, by the ...
Robert Blake to visit India
Washington DC: Robert Blake, U.S. Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asian Affairs, is travelling to India during March 17-30, the State Department announced on Wednesday. He will also visit Afghanistan and Pakistan for the first time ...
‘Public, private sectors to have bigger role in equipment production'
MORMUGAO (GOA): India's public and private sector would have a much bigger role to play in the production of defence equipment in the near future for the country to emerge a strong defence manufacturing base, Defence Minister A.K. Antony said ...
Kasab retraction an afterthought: Nikam
Nothing to show confession was extracted
Truckers threaten strike from April 5
KOLKATA: Owners of 70 lakh commercial vehicles across India will launch an indefinite strike from April 5 if the Centre does not meet their demands including implementation of the new National Permit Scheme and levy of uniform toll on national ...
Supreme Court quashes criminal proceedings against Pawar
Initiative to ensure menstrual hygiene among rural women
Increase LoC trade frequency: J&K
JAMMU: The Jammu and Kashmir government has recommended to the Union government that the frequency of trade across the Line of Control (LoC) be increased from two days a week to four days. The list of items being traded may also ...
Take 1971 rolls as basis for updating NRC: Assam
Guwahati: The Assam Assembly on Wednesday passed by voice vote a resolution urging the Centre to update the National Register of Citizens (NRC) of 1951 by taking 1971 electoral roll as the basis in accordance with the decision arrived at the ...
Anna Hazare on indefinite hunger strike
Ralegan Siddhi (Maharashtra): Social activist Anna Hazare, who began an indefinite hunger strike on Tuesday, has alleged that the Congress-Nationalist Congress Party government in Maharashtra is wasting public money by allowing Ministers to ...
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