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In 2006-2007, two of the Ministers endorsed freeing American company from clean-up responsibility
CCS debates ways to tackle Naxalites
Army is already overstretched, says Defence Ministry
Divorce to become easier
Cabinet clears amendments to Hindu Marriage Act and Special Marriage Act
Visa norms relaxed for some Pakistani nationals
NEW DELHI: In a move that would provide relief to many Pakistani nationals, the Home Ministry has relaxed norms for granting extension of long-term visa (LTV) to at least four categories staying in India. Those who qualify for getting ...
GJM withdraws bandh call
KOLKATA: The Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) has withdrawn its call for a 10-day bandh in the Darjeeling Hills from Saturday. It, however, has decided to take out torchlight processions and organise street-corner meetings in the hills and ...
Government in damage control mode on Nuclear Liability Bill
The Bill is under consideration of standing committee, says DAE
BSP suspends protest against price rise
LUCKNOW: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) leader and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati directed party workers on Thursday to suspend the agitation against the alleged wrong policies of the Centre and the price rise till the completion of the ...
It is a double fault, says BJP
Pacheco's anticipatory bail plea rejected
PANAJI: The district sessions court in Margao rejected on Thursday the anticipatory bail plea filed on behalf of the former Goa Tourism Minister, Mickky Pacheco, in the case of the unnatural death of Nadia Torrado. In his order, District ...
Pacts will fortify ties: Rajapaksa
Sri Lankan President is on two-day visit to Shimla
Old Assembly Chamber to turn reference library
FIFA WORLD CUP - 2010
They have the skill to reach the final
JOHANNESBURG: As the World Cup opens on Friday amid a celebration of exceptional vibrancy with host South Africa playing Mexico, two countries float above the field of 32 teams — Spain and Brazil. Yes, Africa is the host. Yes, Asia ...
Expressway tender to be finalised soon
Contract to be awarded by month-end
Of rivals, injury and revenge
JOHANNESBURG: A difficult year for the English defender Ashley Cole will not get any easier on Saturday when his team opens its World Cup campaign against the United States in Rustenburg. Cole endured a season-threatening ankle injury; ...
Manipur blockade likely to be lifted shortly: Pillai
Two fasting leaders arrested after their condition deteriorated
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