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Liability Bill will provide immediate compensation: Subbarami Reddy
“It will help avoid the kind of situation that followed the Bhopal gas tragedy”
“Narendra Modi let off in barter for Bill”
NEW DELHI: Amidst the commotion and allegations levelled by non-United Progressive Alliance secular parties that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) gave a clean chit to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in the Sohrabuddin ...
U.S. tries to armtwist India on Dow issue
New Delhi: A recent exchange of emails between Planning Commission Deputy Chairperson Montek Singh Ahluwalia and U.S. Deputy National Security Adviser Michael Froman, accessed by Times Now, would suggest that the United States is trying to ...
MPs up in arms against new Arms Policy
NEW DELHI: Cutting across party lines, about a dozen Members of Parliament on Wednesday met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, demanding that Home Ministry revisit the new Arms Policy, as it seeks to directly change the existing Arms Rule, 1962 ...
“Parliamentarians must work to meet people's expectations”
NEW DELHI: With disruptions in Parliament apparently weighing heavily on her mind, President Pratibha Patil on Wednesday said its functioning must meet an “exacting standard” to set an example for the rest of the world. The ...
CBI witness turns hostile in Sohrabuddin case
Ghoghari's allegations helped agency frame charges
Work on 700 MWe nuclear reactors in Rajasthan to begin soon
Congress protests offensive festoons around Gandhiji statue
Enemy Property Bill back in amended form
Listed for consideration and passage in the Lok Sabha
Swamy's plea on 2G spectrum dismissed
NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday dismissed a petition by Janata Party president Subramaniam Swamy that sought a direction to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to take a decision on his complaint seeking the prosecution of ...
Manmohan, Congress leaders attend BJP leader's Iftar party
To questions on nuclear liability Bill, Prime Minister says “wait till it is passed”
Cheetah copter crashed in inclement weather
Bodies of Colonel, 2 Majors recovered
Madhava Menon heads varsity autonomy panel
NEW DELHI: The government has set up a committee to evolve a comprehensive policy on autonomy for Central universities, the Indian Institutes of Technology and the Indian Institutes of Management. The committee, headed by Professor ...
Ingrid Daubechies heads International Mathematical Union
First woman president of the union
18 children buried alive in Uttarakhand
Two teachers also victims; six students rescued
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