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Thousands join Mamata on campaign trail
In Kolkata's southern suburbs, she canvasses votes for two Trinamool veterans
Probe into claims of mounting death toll in Dantewada
We are delivering relief materials, claim Maoists
Jats in U.P. also suspend agitation
Mathura: Jats in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday decided to suspend their pro-quota agitation for the next six months, a day after their Haryana counterparts called off their three-week-long stir, which caused massive disruption of rail traffic in the ...
“Financial stability holds the key to economic growth”
MUMBAI: Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee said on Sunday that a sound and resilient banking sector, well-functioning financial markets, robust liquidity management, and payment and settlement infrastructure had become pre-requisites for ...
Fiscal consolidation will help address inflationary pressures: Pranab
Thrust needed on improving supply response of agriculture to match domestic demand
Jairam meets Sheila, Hooda over Yamuna pollution
Duo told to ensure untreated effluents are not released into river
VCs suggest tri-yearly fee hike for varsity faculty
NEW DELHI: Recommending a 10 per cent fee hike every three years, vice-chancellors of Central and State universities on Saturday favoured short and medium-term employment for foreign faculty at international-level remuneration so as to ...
Task force to monitor higher education formed
NEW DELHI: Going ahead with its proposal of conducting a higher education survey in the country, the Union Human Resource Development Ministry has set up a task force that will oversee the survey. The survey will include medical institutions ...
‘Levy of service tax on legal profession a retrograde step'
New Delhi: The Society of Indian Law Firms (SILF) and the All-India Bar Association (AIBA) have expressed serious concern over the levy of ‘service tax' on the legal profession and urged the Centre to withdraw it immediately. In a ...
Hemraj's wife points the finger at Talwars
Noida: The wife of Hemraj, who was killed along with teenager Aarushi, has repeated her allegation that the dentist couple, the Talwars, were involved in the killing of her husband. Khumkala Banjade, a resident of Arghakhanchi district ...
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Networking its way to better governance
New policy to regulate Government presence on social media
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