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‘Best record of achievement in northeast'
NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram claimed here on Wednesday that besides containing terrorism, the best record of achievement was in the north-eastern States. The year 2009 was a distinct improvement over 2008 and 2010. There was a ...
India monitoring aid flow in Sri Lanka: Krishna
India and Afghanistan agree on need to deny safe haven to terror groups
NEW DELHI: Agreeing that terrorism continued to be the threat undermining peace and stability in the region, India and Afghanistan on Wednesday reiterated their stand to work jointly to combat and defeat it. In a joint statement issued ...
Monsoon session extended by two days
NEW DELHI: The monsoon session of Parliament has been extended by two working days, till August 31. It was to have ended this week on Friday, but with 42 hours lost in disruptions and with some legislative business still pending, it has been ...
Curfew back as another teenager dies
Rahul meets PM, gets promise on Land Act
New Delhi: The spotlight on the long-pending amendment to the Land Acquisition Act, 1894, was back when a Congress delegation, led by general secretaries Rahul Gandhi and Digvijay Singh, extracted a promise from Prime Minister Manmohan Singh ...
Slippages, deficiencies in Commonwealth Games related projects
NEW DELHI: The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) and Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) have found deficiencies and slippages in various Commonwealth Games-related projects. In a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha, ...
Sundaraiah's contribution recalled
NEW DELHI: Leaders across the political spectrum on Wednesday recalled the immense contribution of veteran Marxist leader P. Sundaraiah to building the Communist movement in Andhra Pradesh and the country. Releasing a book in Hindi on ...
‘One rank, one pension' difficult in one go: Antony
NEW DELHI: The government on Wednesday said it was difficult to implement in one go ex-servicemen's demand for ‘one rank, one pension'. Appealing to agitating ex-servicemen not to return their gallantry awards, Defence Minister ...
Bill on ‘honour' killings: Hooda cites difficulties
New Delhi: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Wednesday explained to a Group of Ministers (GoM) the difficulties the State would face in implementing the law the Centre proposed to curb ‘honour' killings, government sources ...
AIDWA condemns ‘sexual exploitation' of Maoist women cadres
NEW DELHI: The All India Democratic Women's Association (AIDWA) has expressed concern over reports of sexual exploitation of a woman cadre at the hands of Maoist leaders. In a statement issued here on Wednesday, the AIDWA quoted a ...
Impersonation case: J&K Minister refuses to quit
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