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Chidambaram for bipartisan approach by parties to tackle Naxalism
NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Tuesday appealed to all political parties, particularly the main Opposition Bharatiya Janata Party, to maintain a bipartisan approach in tackling Naxal violence. Talking to reporters here, ...
Half-hearted measures won't do, says Jaitley
NEW DELHI: Bharatiya Janata Party leader Arun Jaitley on Tuesday regretted the “limited mandate” available to Home Minister P. Chidambaram in his fight against Naxalism. In his view it was “absolutely necessary to get the ...
Soren continuing in post is a fraud on statute: Marandi
Rahul Gandhi wants change in U.P.
Says he is ready to be at the vanguard of the struggle
Karat: UPA government failed to check food inflation
Guwahati: Communist Party of India (Marxist) general secretary Prakash Karat said on Tuesday that the United Progressive Alliance government had miserably failed to check the skyrocketing prices of food articles and other essential commodities ...
Ahmadinejad, Krishna discuss Af-Pak situation
TEHRAN: The Af-Pak situation figured during a meeting between Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna here on Tuesday and the former stressed the need for India and Iran to work together on regional ...
Affiliation only if new colleges adhere to UGC norms on infrastructure, faculty
Railways on high alert in 5 States
At least eight trains have been cancelled, six others diverted
Amnesty team in Kashmir
SRINAGAR: A two-member team of Amnesty International has begun its week-long visit to Kashmir, the first in 20 years since the militancy erupted in the State. The team comprising Bikram J. Batra and Ramesh Gopal Krishnan is learnt to be ...
PIL co-petitioners condemn Maoist attack
‘Violence has no place in a democracy'
‘20 lakh teachers needed'
NEW DELHI: The government needs to recruit 20 lakh teachers to successfully implement the Right to Education Act, Union Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal said on Monday. The implementation of the Act was a difficult task ...
Kedarnath shrine reopens
DEHRA DUN: The doors of the higher Himalayan shrine of Kedarnath were reopened for ‘darshan' amidst loud chants of ‘Har Har Mahadev' and recitation of Vedic hymns on Tuesday morning. The shrine will remain open for about five ...
One year on, Nehru Library deputy director awaits justice
NEW DELHI: It has been exactly one year since N. Balakrishnan appealed against his suspension as Deputy Director of the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library here. Since then, the government has debated on a number of issues. First, who is ...
CBSE class XII results on May 21
NEW DELHI: The results of more than 6.99-lakh students, who appeared for class XII CBSE board examinations this year, will be declared on May 21. The results will be available on the CBSE websites after 8 a.m. on May 21, and the Board ...
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