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Centre allows export of wheat products for a year
NEW DELHI: The Centre will allocate additional quantities of wheat and rice for ration card holders at rates lower than the minimum support price (MSP), but higher that the issue price, under the public distribution system. The allocations ...
All radioactive sources of varsity irradiator accounted for: AERB
New Delhi: The Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) has identified and accounted for all the cobalt-60 radioactive sources originally present in the gamma cell irradiator of the Chemistry Department of Delhi University. Stating this in ...
Court declines CBI plea to extend Chudasma remand
GANDHINAGAR: The special CBI court on Wednesday rejected a request for further remand of Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime Branch) Abhay Chudasma, and sent him to judicial custody. He was produced before the court on completion of ...
No harm in caste-based census, says BJP
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party favours a caste-based census so that correct data on castes, the basis for reservation in jobs and education, will be available to planners. This will give the country an idea of the percentage of ...
Spate of adjournments
Ananth Kumar and Lalu Prasad clash over remarks
‘Recognise right to worship Ram Lalla'
New Delhi: The right to worship Ram Lalla at the disputed site at Ayodhya must be recognised by court. For, this place has been believed to be the birth place of Lord Ram by millions of Hindus for several centuries, senior counsel Ravi Shankar ...
Subbarami Reddy praises management of economy
NEW DELHI: Congress MP T. Subbarami Reddy on Tuesday praised the way the economy has been managed, resulting in an upward trend at a time when leading economies of the world are suffering. “I am very happy that the nation has ...
Ministry asked to file affidavit on tenure of chiefs of sports bodies
Muivah sticks to his travel plan
Kohima: In a snub to the Manipur government's ban on his visit, National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Isak-Muivah) leader T. Muivah on Wednesday arrived at the State's frontiers. From here, he is set to embark on a journey to his birthplace, ...
Elders pass Tamil Nadu Council Bill
NEW DELHI: Amidst opposition by the Left Parties and the AIADMK, the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday passed a Bill proposing to create a 78-member Legislative Council for Tamil Nadu, 24 years after it was abolished. Not part of the original ...
Supreme Court pulls up Bihar for ‘we don't have funds' affidavit
Bench hails A.P., Delhi for providing shelter to poor
Parliament approves “green benches'' Bill
NEW DELHI: Parliament has approved the setting up of specialised “green benches'' with the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday approving the National Green Tribunal (NGT) Bill to quickly dispose of environmental protection cases. The Lok Sabha had ...
New tourist visa norms bring some relief
Condition of two-month gap remains before a foreign national can return
Trinamool committed to alliance: Mamata
Kolkata: Announcing the induction of West Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee (WBPCC) working president Subrata Mukherjee into the Trinamool Congress here on Wednesday, party chief Mamata Banerjee indirectly accused the State Congress of ...
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