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Cabinet nod for revocation of President's rule in Jharkhand
New Delhi: The Union Cabinet on Thursday recommended the revocation of President's rule in Jharkhand. “The Cabinet has made appropriate recommendation to the President based on the Governor's recommendation,” Home Minister P. ...
Hailing Pakistan's gesture, India to free 31 prisoners
NEW DELHI: India on Thursday acknowledged Pakistan's gesture in releasing 442 of its fishermen and in turn announced the repatriation of 31 Pakistani nationals lodged in jails here. The seven fishermen and the 24 other Pakistani nationals will ...
“Land acquisition must respect farmers' rights”
We have to preserve our lush forests, mountains and rivers: Sonia
Inter-State buses off road in Manipur
IMPHAL: All passengers travelling to and from Imphal were stranded on Thursday when travel agents launched a wildcat strike, suspending inter-State bus services and shutting down booking counters. In the absence of rail services, people depend ...
The Hindu, Saregama to institute M.S. Subbulakshmi award
CHENNAI: The Hindu and Saregama India will institute ‘The Hindu Saregama M.S. Subbulakshmi Award' at a function titled ‘Remembering MS Amma' here on September 15. The award, in the name of the legendary musician, will be ...
Rail safety staff can make way for children
KOLKATA: In a bid to encourage railway employees involved in train safety, Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday announced a scheme that would allow them to nominate their children for their posts if he or she is forced to leave the job ...
Pragnya to be taken to ayurvedic hospital
Mumbai: A special Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act court on Thursday allowed Malegaon blast-accused Sadhvi Pragnya Singh Thakur to be shifted to an ayurvedic hospital here, defence lawyer Ganesh Sovani told TheHindu. “The ...
Suicide blast kills 16 in Russia
MOSCOW: At least 16 people died and over a hundred were wounded in a car bomb attack in Russia's violence-torn North Caucasus region. A suicide bomber blew up a car packed with about 40 kg of explosives and a gas cylinder near the ...
No tax breaks for firms creating jobs outside U.S.
Obama will encourage companies to invest more in America
Inflation moves up to 11.47 per cent
NEW DELHI: Costlier cereals, fruits and food items pushed food inflation 11.47 per cent for the week ended August 28, fuelling fears of a rate hike by the Reserve Bank of India in its policy review on September 16. Rising for the second ...
Champions League T20 from today
Mumbai Indians meets Highveld Lions in the tournament opener
Stalin promises world-class infrastructure for industry
Mass cleaning of Cooum river begins
CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation on Thursday started mass cleaning of the Cooum river as part of the restoration project of Chennai's Rivers. Inaugurating the cleaning programme, Mayor M.Subramanian said, “Corporation workers will ...
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