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No change in the Act is possible, government tells U.S.
Orders reserved on MLAs' plea
One more Congress legislator quits Karnataka Assembly
Bihar phase-I polls peaceful
NEW DELHI: Barring some stray cases, no untoward incident was reported in the first phase of elections on Thursday to the 243-member Bihar Assembly. Forty-seven constituencies went for polling. There was no incident of booth capturing, ...
Two Jaish militants killed in gunfight
SRINAGAR: Two Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) militants were killed in a gun battle with the police and security forces in the Malroo area on the outskirts of Srinagar on Thursday. Their bodies have been recovered and two more militants are ...
Think tank calls for “bold leap forward” in India-U.S. ties
‘A growing closeness between India and U.S. is vital'
Vedanta's refinery expansion plan rejected; faces legal action
Environment Ministry asks the company to maintain status quo at the site
Yatra for a new life of dignity
A journey across the country against manual scavenging
U.S. working to ease curbs on high-tech trade: Burns
‘We are determined to work together to make good progress'
3 suspended over expenses claims
LONDON: Three senior peers — Labour's Lord Swraj Paul and Baroness Manzila Pola Uddin and independent Lord Amir Bhatia — were on Thursday formally suspended from the House of Lords for varying periods over their expenses ...
An innings that reflected inner steel
Kohli's century showed he has, apart from his obvious talent, the gumption too
Sangh Parivar to discuss Ayodhya, Kashmir
NEW DELHI: By this month-end, the brass of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and representatives of all its affiliates, including the Bharatiya Janata Party, will meet at Jalgaon in Maharashtra to discuss the Sangh Parivar's strategy on key ...
The Hindu's photographer injured in police action
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: S. Gopakumar, principal news photographer of The Hindu in Thiruvananthapuram, who sustained injuries during police action on the Vanchiyoor district court premises on Wednesday, was discharged from hospital on Thursday ...
Supreme Court refuses to pass order at this stage in Letika Saran case
Australia needs bowling consistency: Gavaskar
Melbourne: Legendary batsman Sunil Gavaskar feels Australia needs a good fast bowler and a leg-spinner if Ricky Ponting's men are to regain the Ashes later this year. The former India captain said Australia has to bring about consistency ...
Be alive to non-traditional threats too: Pratibha
“Piracy, drug trafficking and cyber attacks no longer respect borders and are interlinked”
WADA appeals against exoneration
Pursues the cases of weightlifter Pradeep Sharma and wrestler Kavita Chaudhary
New IITs can top up salaries from their own resources
Nod for cash scheme for pregnant women, lactating mothers
To be implemented in 52 districts
Sabotage caused Jnaneswari Express derailment: CRS
Tampering with the track caused accident
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