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BJP too losing hold in many States: Gowda
BANGALORE: Janata Dal (Secular) president H.D. Deve Gowda on Thursday said like the Congress, which was losing its hold in many States to regional parties due to its “dominating character,” the Bharatiya Janata Party's future too ...
Prime Minister has undermined MGNREGA, say social activists
Budget session to begin on February 21
NEW DELHI: The dates for the budget session of Parliament were finalised on Thursday, though some apprehensions persist that this session may meet the fate of the non-functional winter session. After a meeting of the Cabinet Committee ...
It's interference, court tells Setalvad
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Thursday took a serious view of the Centre for Justice and Peace (CJP), run by Teesta Setalvad, writing to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in Geneva on the Godhra riots ...
Cosmic rays contribute 40 p.c. to global warming: study
Physicist U.R. Rao says carbon emission impact is lower than IPCC claim
Praful against declaring Air India sick
NEW DELHI: Praful Patel, who has been moved from the Civil Aviation Ministry to the Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Ministry in Wednesday's Cabinet reshuffle, on Thursday said, the Air India should not be declared sick as restoring ...
Medical Board set up on Netai compensation
Kolkata: The West Bengal Government has constituted a medical board to decide on the beneficiaries of compensation in the firing in Netai village in Lalgarh on January 7. While Rs. 2 lakh would be paid to those killed in the firing on a ...
Nirupama Rao concludes Nepal visit
NEW DELHI: Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao wrapped up a three-day official visit to Nepal on Thursday, which focused on the country's political situation and bilateral relations. During the visit, she met Nepal's entire top political ...
Mahasweta Devi seeks Binayak's release
KOLKATA: Members of ‘Bandi Mukti Committee' — a human rights organisation — and a section of the city's intelligentsia demanded the immediate and unconditional release of renowned physician Binayak Sen here on ...
Residents protest against EC move
Opposition to converting community hall into a storage room for EVMs
Pawar allocates work
NEW DELHI: Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar on Thursday allocated the Department of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry to Minister of State Arun Yadav, and the Department of Food Processing and the Indian Council of Agriculture Research ...
Tamil scholars honoured with titles, purse
TIRUCHI: Honouring Tamil scholars with titles and purse besides presenting special awards to the best books brought out by writers of Tiruchi district marked the Tamil New Year celebrations here on Monday. The celebrations were organised ...
Muslim outfits protest ‘Sanghi' terrorism
MUMBAI: With the spotlight on a Hindutva terror network following Swami Aseemanand's confession, hundreds of supporters of various Muslim organisations gathered at Mumbai's Azad Maidan on Thursday afternoon to protest against ...
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