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Maoists blow up building
Village in Jharkhand raided during panchayat polls
Give prestige to labour: Swaminathan
MUMBAI: Recalling Mahatma Gandhi's call for ending the “divorce” between intellect and labour, M.S. Swaminathan, chairperson of the M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSRF), said on Sunday that it was about time we gave ...
It's paradoxical that environmentalists are against nuclear energy: Jairam Ramesh
MUMBAI: Union Minister of State for Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh said here on Sunday that he had a few objectives to consider while giving clearance to the Jaitapur nuclear power complex. “I tried to balance four ...
Radia tapes: Tata may move court
NEW DELHI: Critical of the “unauthorised” release of tapes of his conversation with PR consultant Niira Radia, the $73-billion Tata group chief Ratan Tata may move the Supreme Court on Monday to seek action against those behind the ...
Sanjeev Tripathi likely to be next RAW chief
NEW DELHI: The government is understood to have finalised the name of the next chief of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). The external intelligence agency is most likely to be headed by Sanjeev Tripathi, an officer of the RAW Allied ...
“We'll follow norms in Adarsh, Lavasa cases”
MUMBAI: Talking about the violation of environmental norms by the Adarsh Cooperative Housing Society and Lavasa hill city, Jairam Ramesh, Union Minister of State for Environment and Forests, said here on Sunday that a decision would be taken ...
CPI leaders being targeted in Chhattisgarh: D. Raja
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India on Sunday condemned the attack by the police on its leaders in Chhattisgarh and demanded that the Centre question the State government's role in the attack after branding them Maoists. The CPI said ...
‘PM does not deserve humiliation'
New Delhi: In the face of uproar against the government over the alleged spectrum allocation scam, Tata group chief Ratan Tata has said that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh did not deserve to face “humiliation.” “I want ...
‘I was replaced as lead speaker for fear of anti-Mukesh stance'
New Delhi: Expressing concern over the influence of corporate lobbyists over national parties such as the BJP, the former Union Minister, Arun Shourie, said he was replaced as a lead speaker in a Budget debate over fears that he would oppose a ...
Charges sought against Gandhiji, Jayaprakash Narayan also
HYDERABAD: Going a long way from writer-activist Arundhati Roy's demand that a charge be filed against Jawaharlal Nehru posthumously, two others against whom a Delhi court on Saturday ordered registration of an FIR have demanded that not only ...
Orissa mine blast kills 5
BERHAMPUR (ORISSA): Five persons, including two women and a girl child who were travelling in an ambulance, were killed in a landmine blast triggered by Maoists near Brahmanigaon in Kandhamal district of south Orissa on Saturday ...
‘Religious leaders can promote organ donation'
There is need to create awareness among people on organ donation, says Ghulam Nabi Azad
Jaitley: UPA creating an infrastructure of cover-ups
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