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Delhi High Court restrains unions from continuing protest
GoM to be set up on caste census
New Delhi: The United Progressive Alliance government decided on Wednesday to set up a Group of Ministers (GOM) on the issue of caste enumeration in Census 2011, official sources said, amidst shrinking opposition to the idea within the Union ...
Military tribunal slams Kargil war leadership
Judges say 15 Corps Commander falsified accounts of battles in the Batalik sector
“Tigress was killed by Reserve vehicle ”
NEW DELHI: Who killed the Bandhavgarh tigress? While wildlife officials blamed tourist vehicles, tourists and locals are now pointing the finger at the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve's officials themselves. Locals and tourists say it was an ...
‘Enough space in world for India, China to fulfil their goals and prosper'
Pratibha speaks about “a shared vision for the 21st century,” reaches Beijing to a warm welcome
Canadian aspersions open a can of worms
NEW DELHI: The revelation by a retired BSF official about his being denied a visa by Canada because it thought that the force was “notoriously violent” has opened a can of worms. Several serving and retired officers from the armed ...
Pratibha-Hu meet seen as crucial step to improving atmosphere
BEIJING: Presidential visits are usually heavy on ceremony and light on policy. But Pratibha Patil's trip to China, first by an Indian head of state in 10 years, has assumed particular significance here against the backdrop of a year of rising ...
U.K. for “enhanced partnership” with India
Normality returns to a politically uncertain Darjeeling
Dream come true for Jithender, Uday
HYDERABAD: It was dream come true for A. Jithender Reddy and Uday K. Shah, who nurtured the wish to get into IITs since childhood. The two students of Narayana Junior College created a record of sorts by realising their dream. While Jithender ...
Girls shine in class X exams
Super 30's super record in IIT-JEE
Patna: All 30 students of Super 30, Bihar's free coaching centre for poor students here, cracked the IIT-JEE this year. “All the 30 students have cleared the IIT Joint Entrance Examination,” director and founder Anand Kumar told ...
Sunderbans inhabitants seek livelihood elsewhere
Cyclone Aila resulted in failed crops and dwindling fish catches; honey-collectors forced to enter deep forests
It was a feeling like no other, says youngest climber of Mount Everest
SINDHUPALCHOWK (KATHMANDU): The youngest climber of the tallest mountain in the world, 13-year-old Jordan Romero, says he got the best view of the world from the tallest point of the earth, the peak of Mount Everest. “It was a ...
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