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Media can't report on sexual assault on children without consent
Bill prohibits comments on child, either as accused or victim of an offence, which may lower character or infringe privacy
Siddhartha Shankar Ray passes away
The former West Bengal Chief Minister was a stalwart of the Congress
Shortcomings in U.S. firm's reactor design may delay deal conclusion
Cost overruns in Westinghouse's plants in China have also come to light
‘Protect minimum wage right of rural job scheme workers'
JAIPUR: Noted economist and member of the National Advisory Council (NAC) Jean Dreze has asked the authorities to protect the right of MNRGES workers to minimum wages. The present situation in which the workers were paid a maximum of Rs.100 ...
Obama's statement disappointing: BJP
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday said that it was “disappointed'' with U.S. President Barack Obama's statement upon his arrival in Mumbai, saying it made no mention of Pakistan, the origin of 26/11 terror attack in ...
Obamas land amid high security
Mumbai: Marking his first visit to India, American President Barack Obama landed here on Saturday at 12.50 p.m. As he and the First Lady Michelle Obama descended from Air Force One, they were greeted by Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan, ...
Obama's first words hit the ‘right notes': officials
NEW DELHI: U.S. President Barack Obama's first words in India had hit the “right notes,” said senior officials. Arriving in Mumbai, Mr. Obama made it a point to pay homage to victims of the Mumbai carnage as his first engagement, ...
Changes in U.S. export control laws reflect present reality: India
NEW DELHI: The declaration of an export control reform package made by a senior U.S. official accompanying President Barack Obama would lead to greater exchanges in high-tech trade and dual-use items. It would also bring to a virtual close a ...
Mild tremor at Idukki in Kerala
THODUPUZHA (KERALA): The Idukki hydroelectric project area in Kerala experienced a mild tremor on Saturday morning. Of 2.9 magnitude, it was felt at Moolamattom, Uppukunnu and nearby areas after 6 a.m. Idukki Collector Ashok Kumar Singh said ...
India part of wider U.S. focus on Asia: Donilon
NEW DELHI: Improving ties with India has been a “very high priority” for the new U.S. administration, National Security Adviser Tom Donilon told journalists aboard President's Barack Obama's special flight to Mumbai. Giving a ...
Parliament all set for Obama's address
NEW DELHI: United States President Barack Obama will be the first person to sign a new Golden Book kept for distinguished guests visiting Parliament. Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar has introduced this book, bound in khadi silk with a ...
Obama visit rules search engine Google
New Delhi: United States President Barack Obama's India visit was widely tracked by netizens today, making his maiden trip to the country the most searched-for item on Google. According to Google Trends, which provides insights into ...
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