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SIT can conduct further probe on Zakia's complaint: Supreme Court
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Manmohan offers more aid to Pakistan
NEW DELHI: Even as the world community urged Islamabad to shed its reservations and accept aid from India, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday called up his Pakistani counterpart Yusuf Raza Gilani and offered assistance over and above ...
Decision on medical CET put on hold
CBI team reaches Surat for probe
AHMEDABAD: A six-member team of the Central Bureau of Investigation, probing the Sohrabuddin Sheikh-Kausar Bi murder case, has reached Surat for spot investigation. Sources in the CBI said the team was looking into the Surat angle of the ...
Power PSUs pull out of sponsorship
NEW DELHI: Already facing flak for alleged poor preparations and charges of financial wrong-doing, the Commonwealth Games 2010 received a further setback with public sector undertakings — the NTPC Limited and the Power Grid Corporation ...
We'll not accept terms for resuming dialogue: Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Thursday said it would not accept any pre-conditions for resuming dialogue with India and said New Delhi would have to show some flexibility and readiness to discuss all issues, including Jammu & Kashmir, to move ...
I am still the boss, says Kalmadi
New Delhi: Commonwealth Games Organising Committee Chairman Suresh Kalmadi on Thursday rejected suggestions that the government has clipped his wings by appointing a committee of bureaucrats and insisted that he was still the boss and the ...
‘Promote maths to spread scientific temper'
HYDERABAD: President Pratibha Patil has underlined the need for promoting the study of mathematics among the younger generation as it inculcates the habit of rational thought in it and promotes, what the first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, ...
Crack team in place to oversee Games
Kalmadi stripped of all key powers
Decision on medical CET put on hold
Work on grade separators to begin soon
CHENNAI: Work on two grade separators on Anna Salai will begin soon with the State government directing the Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority to release Rs.100 crore towards the first phase of construction. The money is to be ...
Nirenberg gives half of medal prize sum to Courant Institute
HYDERABAD: Louis Nirenberg, winner of the Chern Medal Award, has nominated the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences of New York University to receive half of the cash prize the award carries. Through this “Organisation ...
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