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School bus set ablaze in Srinagar
SRINAGAR: Even as the strike called by hard-line Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Geelani for Saturday did not evoke a total response, a mob torched a school bus here in an apparent bid to enforce the shutdown. But none was injured. Sources said ...
Hold Assembly session for at least 15 days, urges TDP
HYDERABAD: The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) has demanded there should be at least 15 working days in the winter session of the legislature for ensuring a meaningful debate on people's problems. Addressing journalists here on Saturday, senior ...
Kisan Swaraj Yatra taking up the cause of farmers
Calls for a comprehensive new path for sustainable agriculture
Thar Express survives ‘terror attack'
JAIPUR: The Thar Express from Pakistan, two bogies of which were detached after their derailment in a suspected terror attack near a small railway station 67 km from Karachi, arrived at the Munabao railway station near the international border ...
Temple block dedicated in honour of R. Venkataraman
New Delhi: In recognition of his invaluable services to the construction and growth of Malai Mandir, a landmark in south Delhi, a newly built administrative block in the temple was dedicated in honour of R. Venkataraman, whose birth centenary ...
Pawar: enhance farm production to implement Food Security Act
Open doors for dialogue with separatists: Paswan
We are not against dialogue: Geelani
Bangalore: The absence of any senior elected representative from Karnataka to welcome French President Nicolas Sarkozy at the HAL Airport here on Saturday raised quite a few eyebrows, even as officials denied any protocolviolation. Mr. ...
Despite Scorpene delay, DCNS looks for more projects
NEW DELHI: Even as the Scorpene submarine project, which France cites as a unique example of its successful collaboration with India, is behind schedule, Direction des Constructions Navales (DCN) Shipyard hopes to take part in the future ...
Pranab: why should there be two JPCs?
Kolkata: There can hardly be two joint parliamentary committees on the same issue, Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee said, pointing out that the Public Accounts Committee, now examining the report of the Comptroller and Auditor General ...
India, France step up space ties
ISRO signs up for two more French launches, renews EADS Astrium contract
Toll halved for vehicles plying within districts
NEW DELHI: In a bid to aid the growth of the local economy, the Centre on Saturday announced a 50 per cent reduction of the toll rate charged for cargo vehicles plying within a district. Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Kamal ...
Sonia discusses Andhra Pradesh situation
Holds meetings with State Congress leaders
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