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India should help rebuild flood-ravaged Pakistan: Aziz Memon
“How long will India and Pakistan avoid dealing directly with each other and go through illegal channels or trade via Dubai and Singapore?”
“Give top priority to social sector lending”
Banking sector should reform rural credit system: N. Ram
Categorisation in school admissions will be non-discriminatory: Sibal
Selection must be random and transparent within the broad categories
U.S. steers clear of BlackBerry-India debate
Washington: Distancing itself from the brewing controversy on the possible banning of BlackBerry mobile services in India, the United States State Department has said the matter has to be worked out between Research In Motion, the company ...
Supreme Court asks Parliament to revisit dowry-related legislation
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday asked Parliament to revisit the provision relating to cruelty and dowry harassment, pointing out that a large number of frivolous complaints are filed and courts are flooded with such matrimonial ...
India considers legal options over visa fee hike
Issue to figure strongly in India-U.S. bilateral meetings
Dalit woman says she was paraded naked
Her neighbours were angry that her brother-in-law was having an affair with a girl in the family
Round II of U.S.-India strategic dialogue in the works
Exercise maximum restraint, forces told
Government will not tolerate any instance of rights violation, Antony tells Armed forces personnel
Navi Mumbai Airport: Jairam seeks second opinion
MUMBAI: Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh on Saturday directed the Bombay Natural History Society (BHNS) to give its opinion on the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report of the ...
Clashes in Valley despite curfew
SRINAGAR: Curfew was clamped in Srinagar and other major towns of the Kashmir Valley on Saturday to thwart protests following the death of four civilians in Friday's police firing. At least 30 people, including 10 policemen, were injured in ...
E-waste management project launched
We won't allow technology harming security: Pilot
NEW DELHI: The Centre will ensure that no communication or information technology poses any threat to national security, Minister of State for Communications and IT Sachin Pilot said on Saturday, referring to the BlackBerry ...
Chitra's logs show no response to Khalijia's frantic message
‘This spill is unique, a freak accident'
Mumbai: Jairam Ramesh, Union Minister of State for Environment and Forests, said here on Saturday that the oil spill after the collision between MSC Chitra and m.v. Khalijia-III off the Mumbai coast was the worst such disaster in India. ...
Kumarakom Club regains Nehru Trophy
ALAPPUZHA: Kumarakom Town Boat Club (KTBC), rowing the Jawahar Thayankary snake-boat, regained the Nehru Trophy in the 58th Nehru Trophy Boat Race on Punnamada Lake on Saturday. The KTBC, which won the trophy four consecutive times since ...
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