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Abuse of religion to inflame passion will be resisted: Sonia
Reserve Bank tightens norms for home loans
MUMBAI: While taming inflation and inflationary pressure by increasing the policy short-term indicative rates by 25 basis points, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Tuesday resorted to forestall a housing bubble by hiking the risk weightage ...
Interlocutors submit report to Chidambaram
NEW DELHI: The interlocutors on Jammu and Kashmir submitted their report to Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Tuesday, after their maiden visit to the State. Dileep Padgaonkar, who leads the three-member team, said he was ...
NDFB threat: alert in Kokrajhar
KOKRAJHAR: Security has been stepped up in Kokrajhar district of Assam following the threat issued by the banned NDFB anti-talks faction to unleash violence if its cadre were attacked by security forces. The police said here on Tuesday that an ...
Sonia, PM lay stress on aam aadmi
NEW DELHI: Congress president Sonia Gandhi, addressing the All-India Congress Committee session here on Tuesday, touched on a range of issues, including Jammu and Kashmir, terrorism, price rise, Naxalism, the Women's Reservation Bill and the ...
India seeks a relationship of equals with U.S., says Menon
“Counter-terrorism cooperation with Washington unprecedented”
Empowerment with legal backing: Pranab
Who else has given right to food security?
BJP questions AICC silence on corruption
Why scams were not mentioned
New Delhi: Why did the AICC session skip any mention of the two controversies that have engulfed the Congress in recent weeks — the Commonwealth Games mess and the Adarsh Housing Society fraud? Party leaders had a range of explanations ...
Dramatic breakthroughs and big bangs not likely: Nirupama Rao
NEW DELHI: Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao on Tuesday said U.S. President Barack Obama's visit beginning from Saturday would not see “dramatic breakthroughs and big bangs” but reflect the continuity in bilateral ...
Kandhamal nun appears before trial court
CUTTACK: The Baliguda Catholic Church nun who was allegedly raped during the Kandhamal riots of August 2008 appeared before the trial court here on Tuesday but did not record her statements pleading she was sick. Filing a ‘time ...
Bangladesh to charge India only transit fee
DHAKA: Bangladeshi Finance Minister A.M.A. Muhith has opposed duty for allowing transit to India, but said a certain fee will be charged for transporting goods through the country. He added that Bangladesh was geographically “a ...
IAF to upgrade operational capabilities in northeast
Infrastructure will be upgraded in six major air fields: Air Chief Marshal Naik
No stay against minimum wages for MNREGS workers: C.P. Joshi
NEW DELHI: The Union Rural Development Ministry appears to have painted itself into a corner on the issue of paying minimum wages to workers employed under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MNREGS). The ...
Trawler capsize: death toll mounts to 76
Over 70 people still missing, says district administration
TRAI seeks suggestions to curb mobile theft
Voting in U.S. mid-term poll begins
A record six Indian-Americans are in the fray
TKR: a pioneer and a perfectionist
He etched a new dimension to the art of playing tennis in a classical mould
THE HINDU'S CHOICE
Kerala wakes up to a best-seller
Giant Hanuman statue to be unveiled in Shimla
SHIMLA: A giant statue, sited at an altitude of 8,500 feet on the Jakhu Hills here, will be unveiled by Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal and actor Abhishek Bachchan on Thursday. The 108-foot-high statue of Hanuman at the ...
Kidnappers release boy
CHENNAI: In what the police described as “tactical operation,” suspects who allegedly kidnapped 13-year-old R. Keerthivasan of Anna Nagar released him on Tuesday after taking “minimal” ransom. The boy was ...
Cement makers promise price cut
CHENNAI: A host of cement manufacturers assured Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi on Tuesday that they would soon convey to him a “favourable decision” they would take on the reduction of retail prices of cement. The ...
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