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Kanishka commission slams Air India security
Airline relied on security equipment it knew to be useless, says Canadian investigation
Nation is proud of Kashmir: Meira Kumar
SRINAGAR: Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar on Tuesday said all efforts would be made to ensure peace and development in Jammu and Kashmir. At the end of the 75th All India Presiding Officers Conference held here, Ms. Kumar told a news ...
‘About 90 per cent of victims will be left out of compensation process'
Bhopal: Vikas (11) and Aman (09) cannot walk, speak or utilise their mental faculties. Born to gas victim parents, they are the second generation liabilities of corporate negligence which wreaked havoc in the city of Bhopal on that fateful ...
Compensation offered is meagre, says CPI(M)
Prime Minister should convene meeting of political parties, representatives of victims: Karat
NSG commando to train new recruits of Assam Forest Department
Three-month specialised induction course for 250 people
Railways to clip recruitment board chiefs' powers
NEW DELHI: “Startled” by the CBI revelation that Mumbai Railway Recruitment Board Chairman S.M. Sharma “masterminded the wilful sale of question papers,” the Railways have decided not only to take stern action against ...
Antony makes history in Ladakh
NEW DELHI: A.K. Antony on Tuesday became the first Defence Minister to land on the Advanced Landing Ground (ALG) of Nyoma in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir. The ALG, activated last September for fixed-wing aircraft, is 23 km from ...
Poor socio-economic infrastructure cause for Muslims' backwardness: Survey
BANGALORE: Inadequate socio-economic infrastructure is the major cause for the backwardness of Muslims in 90 districts, which has a concentration of the community, across the country, according to a survey conducted by the Indian Council of ...
Mandatory cheap foodgrains for poor may cause hike in oil prices
Adequate stocks to meet requirements a cause for concern
Girl was denied admission not for security reasons: school
MUMBAI: Even as the 11-year-old girl, who identified gunman Kasab in court in the 26/11 case trial, insisted that she was denied admission by the New English School at Bandra for security reasons, the institution rejected the ...
CBI custody for Bapi Mahato
KOLKATA: One of the main accused in the Jnaneswari Express derailment case, Bapi Mahato, was produced in court at Jhargram on Tuesday and remanded to custody with the CBI for 10 days. Mr. Mahato, who was flown in a helicopter to ...
Cambridge honour for Ratan Tata
LONDON: Ratan Tata, Chairman of the Tata Group of Companies, has been made an Honorary Doctor of Law by the University of Cambridge in recognition of his business achievements and philanthropic work. The degree was conferred on him at a ...
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