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Diesel partially decontrolled; Mamata keeps away from meet
Not satisfied with 26/11 probe, Chidambaram tells Malik
ISLAMABAD: A day after the Foreign Secretary-level talks sought to set the tone and tenor for a fresh engagement, Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram told his Pakistani counterpart, Rehman Malik, that New Delhi was unsatisfied with Islamabad's ...
TheHindu archives refute GoM's Rajiv Gandhi claim
NEW DELHI:The government is not only officially ignorant of the former Union Carbide chief, Warren Anderson's 1984 visit to India, but also, in citing “contemporary media reports” to suggest Rajiv Gandhi played no role, it clearly ...
GoM on Rajiv and Bhopal: sloppiness or cover-up?
As our front page story notes, the Group of Minister's conclusion that “contemporary media reports also indicate that the Prime Minister, Shri Rajiv Gandhi, was briefed on the matter after Mr. Anderson left the country” is ...
SAP jawan, six gangsters killed in encounter
PATNA: A Special Auxiliary Police (SAP) jawan and six members of the Suresh Rajbhar gang, including the ringleader, were killed in an encounter with the Bihar police at Laxmanpur village in Buxar district on Friday. DGP Neelmani said the ...
NSG discusses Pakistan deal, defers new ENR rules
Consensus on the draft new rules proves elusive
3G service to be launched in September
NEW DELHI: From September, mobile phone users can hope to get the 3G service from the operators who recently won bids in the spectrum auction, while the high-speed Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) service roll-out could be much ...
“Deregulation will push down prices in six to nine months”
NEW DELHI: While economists fear that the Centre, already reeling under high inflation and increasing food prices, might find it tough to contain the prices of essential commodities after the fuel price hike, Finance Ministry's Chief Economic ...
AICTE nod for 12 new colleges
Lawyers attack CJ's room in Calcutta HC
KOLKATA:A section of lawyers attacked the room of the Chief Justice of the Calcutta High Court on Friday, smashing its glass panes in protest against alleged police action on some of their colleagues on Thursday night in an attempt to evict ...
Anti-cholesterol drugs may cause depression: study
HYDERABAD: A new study has established that long-term use of statins, cholesterol-lowering drugs, may lead to depression. The study conducted in animal cells by Amitabha Chattopdhyay and his group at the Centre for Cellular and Molecular ...
C'wealth Games: grand welcome to Queen's Baton on Wagah border
Handed over to CWG organising committee chairman Suresh Kalmadi
Censor board rejects film on Nepali Maoists
NEW DELHI:Citing the recent Maoist violence in some parts of the country, the censor board has refused to certify a documentary film which it feels justifies the ideology of the Maoist movement in Nepal. “It does not have a single ...
Indian professor devises method to use cellphone for eye tests
‘Indian children have negative experiences online'
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