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What Baba Ramdev wants
New Delhi: Yoga guru Baba Ramdev, who has threatened to field candidates in every Lok Sabha constituency in 2014, has stopped the Union government in its tracks with a set of demands, ranging from the serious to the bizarre. The demands ...
Yeddyurappa wins fourth trust vote
Congress stages walkout; JD(S) boycotts proceedings
Governor's address today to unveil policies of new government
‘Samacheer Kalvi,' power crisis also likely to figure in it
Court rejects plea to probe Radia, Tata's role
Food inflation eases marginally to 8.06%
Sprawling Ramlila Maidan braces for Baba Ramdev's ‘satyagrah'
Arrangements include tents over 2.5 lakh sq. m. and medical centre with ICU
Beware government's overtures, Hazare warns Ramdev
Ralegan Siddhi (Maharashtra): Social activist Anna Hazare on Thursday decided to associate himself with yoga guru Baba Ramdev's hunger strike, but warned the latter not to be swayed by the government's overtures, saying it played ...
He must go: CPI
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India on Thursday said Union Minister Dayanidhi Maran should step down in the wake of reports of his alleged connection in 2G spectrum allocation. “With certain facts unravelled by the media in ...
MTC bus goes out of control, 2 killed
Five-year-old girl succumbs to her injuries at the hospital
Gestures to Ramdev show government's seriousness
NEW DELHI: A point that has been repeatedly made by government spokespersons was that the Centre had already been dealing with the issues raised by yoga guru Baba Ramdev and social activist Anna Hazare. In fact, a Cabinet Minister said: ...
No need to panic over WHO report on mobiles: ICMR
It will wait for the findings of its own study before reaching final conclusion
How a scientist got Z category security for Ramdev
NEW DELHI: An agriculture scientist and Right to Information (RTI) activist has been able to get Z category security for yoga guru Baba Ramdev, who is all set to go on a hunger strike on the Ramlila Grounds here from Saturday. Sadachari ...
WHO findings not conclusive: COAI
NEW DELHI: The Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) has claimed that the World Health Organisation's research has not concluded that the radio frequency electromagnetic field is a cause for cancer. In its latest report, the ...
Li thwarts Sharapova's career Slam hopes
Francesca Schiavone puts paid to Marion Bartoli's aspirations
A stack of records at stake
Murray meets Nadal and Federer plays Djokovic for spots in the final
Maratha Warriors victorious in first leg
Russell's Viper gives birth to 53 at Bannerghatta park
BANGALORE: A Russell's Viper gave birth to 53 young ones at Bannerghatta Biological Park in Bangalore on the night of May 31. Unlike other oviparous reptiles that lay eggs, a Russell's Viper is a viviparous reptile that litters its young ...
Lord Paul hopes U.K. will allow foreign students to work for 2 years
Emphasises need for internationalising education
Women writers round on Naipaul over ‘misogynist' comments
LONDON: V.S. Naipaul on Thursday provoked accusations of ‘misogyny', ‘arrogance' and ‘attention-seeking' after he claimed that he did not regard any woman writer, living or dead, as equal to him. Women writers, he said, ...
A billion dollar credit from World Bank to clean up the Ganga
NEW DELHI: The World Bank has approved $1 billion as credit and loan to support India's efforts to clean up the Ganga river. The sprawling river basin accounts for a fourth of the country's water resources and is home to more than 400 ...
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