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Government offers special session to discuss JPC demand
NEW DELHI: The Central government on Wednesday offered a special session of Parliament to discuss the Opposition demand for a joint parliamentary committee (JPC) to probe the 2G spectrum allocation scandal. It was a direct response to ...
Battle for State not going to be easy: Rahul
Congress leader on two-day trip to assess mood of party cadre in Tamil Nadu
Stop force and stone-throwing will stop: Kupwara people
Insisting on ‘azadi,' they call for peaceful resolution of Kashmir issue
Manmohan-Raja correspondence on 2G spectrum
During November 2007 and January 2008, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Union Minister for Communications and Information Technology A. Raja exchanged correspondence on a range of issues relating to the policy of allocation of 2G spectrum. ...
“Hold result-oriented dialogue”
NEW DELHI: A two-day conference on Jammu and Kashmir, organised here by the Centre for Dialogue and Reconciliation, has demanded a sustained dialogue with the people of the State, a process which should be result-oriented, time-bound, ...
Periyar dam: Kerala Irrigation Dept. seeks nod for transfer of land
Forest Department in a fix over land allocation fearing ecological imbalances in the Tiger Reserve
Two Prithvi-II missiles successfully flight-tested
HYDERABAD: Two nuclear weapons-capable Prithvi-II missiles were successfully flight-tested within an hour of each other from the Integrated Test Range, Chandipur, Orissa, on Wednesday. Taken from the production lot, the short-range ...
Important government websites “highly” vulnerable to cyber attacks
280 websites of government organisations lack proper cyber security protocols
‘WikiLeaks gives an insight into U.S. pressure'
Radia tapes show how vulnerable Indian state is to corporate lobbying
‘Total disarmament unlikely in near future'
Russian President Medvedev says use of Weapons of Mass Destruction gradually decreasing
Julian Assange commends The Hindu
CHENNAI: Julian Assange, WikiLeaks founder and editor-in-chief, has commended The Hindu in an interview to Business Standard published on Tuesday. In the interview given at Suffolk, the United Kingdom, Mr. Assange spoke of his impression ...
In tatements, gradual recognition of India's nuclear status
New Delhi: By referring to “states possessing nuclear weapons” in his joint statement with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Russian President Dmitri Medvedev became the third leader of the P-5 to acknowledge the importance of ...
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