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MPs may get Rs.10,000 more
New Delhi: The government appears to have achieved a compromise with the Opposition parties on the issue of increasing the salary and allowances of members of Parliament. Top sources told The Hindu that while the government had rejected ...
Australia faces hung Parliament
Petrol prices set to rise again
NEW DELHI: Despite an uproar by Opposition parties inside and outside Parliament, the Petroleum and Natural Gas Ministry is likely to undertake a further, but a minor hike in the prices of petrol after the conclusion of Parliament's monsoon ...
Congress leadership warns Jagan
New Delhi: The central leadership of the Congress on Saturday warned party MP Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy of disciplinary action if he went ahead with his yatra in Andhra Pradesh. The warning has been given by senior party leader Pranab ...
Top Maoist leader arrested
KOLKATA: A senior member of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) was arrested here on Saturday by a joint team of the Bihar police and the Kolkata police's Special Task Force (STF), even as Maoists observed a 24-hour bandh in Paschim ...
NATO comes to rescue of flood-hit Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) has decided to provide airlift and sealift facilities to Pakistan for delivery of relief material donated by nations and humanitarian relief organisations. The first NATO aircraft ...
Mobile marketing gathers speed
CHENNAI: Consider this: A global food survey firm and a mobile photo sharing venture team up to promote awareness of exotic dishes, making every picture worth a thousand mouth-watering words. The two businesses allow members to upload ...
Tapping Facebook to improve traffic
Delhi Police and road-users share information
RTOs to offer slew of e-services soon
CHENNAI: A long wait at a Regional Transport Office (RTO) might soon be a thing of the past. If the Transport Department's plan to introduce a slew of e-services proves successful, applications for a licence can be submitted online, the ...
Government to bear law college student's medical expenses
CHENNAI: Medical expenses of Ashok Kumar, a student of Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College, Chennai, would be borne out of Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund, according to an official release issued on Saturday. The student, who was ...
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