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Prime Minister convenes special Cabinet meeting on Friday to discuss GoM report
BJP to review ties with JD(U)
Gadkari meets Advani, to consult leaders at all levels
‘Compensation packages wrongly calculated'
They are based on faulty medical categorisation and miscalculated figures: survivors' organisations
Why was Anderson issue skipped, asks BJP
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party on Monday welcomed the start, albeit late, made by the Group of Ministers (GoM) on the process of finalising a decent relief package for the Bhopal gas tragedy victims. However, it was totally ...
Honour killings: notice issued to governments
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday issued notice to the Centre and eight States for a direction to explain the steps taken to prevent honour killings at the national level and in the respective States. A vacation Bench comprising ...
Buddhadeb: only alternative to our govt. will be anarchy'
KOLKATA: The alternative to the Left Front government in West Bengal will only be complete anarchy, Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee said here on Monday on the occasion of completion of 33 years of the Front in power. “In the ...
U.S. experts to train personnel for Mumbai rail security: Chavan
SINGAPORE: Maharashtra is exploring the possibilities of tapping Singapore's expertise in water management, budget airport operations, and urban development. This was indicated by Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan, who concluded on ...
Dalit families get their land, thanks to RTI Act
85% of shops comply with nameboard norms in city
CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation on Monday started removing nameboards of shops and commercial establishments, which did not display the names in Tamil. The action against 1,387 shops and commercial establishments on the first day of the ...
Metro links Delhi and Gurgaon
People throng stations from early morning for first-day ride
A diminutive pen's dream
An interesting writing instrument from the makers of the ‘Ratnam Pen'
Right to education: Indian gets key U.N. post
NEW DELHI: International law expert Kishore Singh has been nominated as the U.N. Special Rapporteur on the Right to Education. His candidature was presented by the government as well as by two judges of the International Court of Justice ...
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