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Absence of military pacts with U.S. will not impact capability: IAF Chief
India hasn't signed pacts despite persistent U.S. emphasis
Sonia lauds Chavan, Thakre at rally
No trace of Congress ‘reality show' embarrassment at Sewagram event
As festival cheer spreads, police work overtime
Fit camera, clock to EVM: Plea in Gujarat High Court
AHMEDABAD: A public interest litigation petition questioning the “reliability and functionality” of electronic voting machines was filed in the Gujarat High Court on Friday by practising lawyer Girish Das. The petition sought ...
Probe CWG corruption: BJP, CPI
NEW DELHI: As the 19th Commonwealth Games (CWG) ended here on Thursday, the Opposition parties on Friday raised the issue of “corruption” in organising the event and sought a thorough probe. They referred to the promises made ...
Farmers on yatra make bonfire of GM seeds
Mumbai: On the eve of the World Food Day, hundreds of farmers belonging to the Kisan Swaraj Yatra made a bonfire of genetically modified seeds at Jalna on Friday to symbolically oppose the corporatisation of seeds and to encourage farmers to ...
In September alone, 98 children died in Melghat
Malnutrition or due to socio-economic reasons and backwardness?
Keep minister, MPs out of AIIMS governance: IIM
Order inquiry into elephant deaths, Jairam asks Gogoi
Guwahati: Union Minister of State for Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh has urged Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi to order an inquiry into the death of four elephants in six days on the fringes of the Kaziranga National Park and take the ...
Karnataka “verdict” scripted in Delhi
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Friday hit out at the BJP government in Karnataka saying that the trust vote obtained by its Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa was scripted in Delhi and “marketed” in Bangalore. Congress spokesman ...
Not Modi magic, but machine magic, says Congress
AHMEDABAD: The Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee on Thursday raked up the issue of alleged “tampering” of the electronic voting machines, holding this factor responsible for the party's debacle in the just-concluded elections to ...
Visa racket: Kerala police order investigation
Crucial AIMPLB meeting today
Post-High Court verdict, board divided on line of action
Railways hit the jackpot at Commonwealth Games
The ‘lead partner' of the Games clinched 25 of the 101 medals that went to the country
Finally, technology to the aid of Tipu Sultan's armoury
BANGALORE: The relocation of Tipu Sultan's armoury in Srirangapatna to pave the way for the Bangalore-Mysore track doubling work could well become a landmark in the conservation history of the country. Plans are on now to “cut” the ...
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