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Parliamentary Standing Committee proposes major dilution of nuclear liability Bill
I stick to my remarks at Lalgarh: Mamata
KOLKATA: Asserting that she “sticks to” whatever she had said at the Lalgarh rally last week, including her remarks on the death of Maoist leader Azad, Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee has welcomed the Communist Party of ...
37 killed as truck plunges into gorge
SHIMLA: At least 37 people, including 21 women and seven children, were killed and 25 injured when a truck carrying them rolled down into a gorge near a village, 45 km from Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh, on Wednesday. Around 70 ...
Inside Kashmir's New Islamist movement
Leaders of the ongoing street mobilisation hope to lay the foundation for a new jihadist movement
In one corner of Delhi, an attack on religious freedom
A year after mob attack, mosque remains unbuilt on allotted land
SLC slaps one-match ban on Randiv
Dilshan also to lose his match fee for ‘coaxing' the spinner to bowl a no-ball
Ramalinga Raju gets conditional bail
HYDERABAD: B. Ramalinga Raju, main accused in the multi-crore accounting fraud in the erstwhile Satyam Computers Limited, was granted conditional bail by Justice Raja Elango of the Andhra Pradesh High Court here . The grant of bail comes ...
Central official to visit Sri Lanka
CHENNAI: A senior official of the Union government will visit conflict-ridden areas of Sri Lanka early next month to assess development needs of the areas, Nirupama Rao, Foreign Secretary, said on Wednesday. Emerging from a ...
DSP to probe student's complaint of police assault
CHENNAI: The Madras High Court on Wednesday directed the Director-General of Police to nominate a competent police officer in the rank of Deputy Superintendent to investigate a complaint by a law college student alleging that the police ...
MIOT Academy of Allied Health Sciences to offer six degree courses
Will help generate para professionals for the hospital industry
11 days on, investigators can't say which frequency Chitra was on
Judge M.L. Tahaliyani expresses displeasure to prosecution
Mobile phone user base will cross 100 crore by 2014
NEW DELHI: Global consultancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers on Wednesday said the mobile subscriber base in India would cross the 100-crore mark by 2014, while there will be over 10 crore 3G broadband subscribers by 2015. In its latest ...
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