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Stormy sessions, calm helmswoman
NEW DELHI: Meira Kumar, the country's first woman Lok Sabha Speaker, on Thursday completed two years in office. The period saw her putting up herculean efforts to ensure order in the House, which saw chaos on many occasions with the ...
‘No differences between Congress, Cabinet'
Ministers meeting Baba Ramdev at airport was a spot decision, says Salman Khursheed
Mayawati announces new Land Acquisition Policy
LUCKNOW: Having had to face a series of farmers' protest and flak from Opposition parties over the acquisition of land for development and expressway projects in Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Mayawati has announced that all future land ...
Army hopeful of defusing old bombs by June-end
Upon Delhi government's request “Operation Sahyog'' began in May
14-hour assured power in rural areas
LUCKNOW: The rural areas of Uttar Pradesh would be assured of 14-hour power supply from July 1. The district magistrates have been directed to conduct meetings with farmers on the 22nd of every month for discussing their problems and to find a ...
Kashmir needs special attention, says Sajjad Lone
SRINAGAR: New Delhi should make the dialogue process in Jammu and Kashmir inclusive and credible, People's Conference chairman Sajjad Gani Lone said here on Thursday. “Dialogue is the only way forward to solve the Kashmir issue and the ...
Rajanarasimha to be Deputy CM of Andhra Pradesh
HYDERABAD: C. Damodar Rajanarasimha, Minister for Higher Education, has been officially sounded out to be the Deputy Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh in a chain of political developments triggered by the sudden decision of the government to ...
Media commission concerned at suggestion on using official ads to manage media
NEW DELHI: The South Asia Media Commission India has expressed deep concern over the suggestion of a government-appointed committee to use official advertisements to manage the media. The suggestion is contained in the report of the Sri ...
CAT fiat to Prasar Bharati on AIR, DD Directors-General appointment
Court upholds demolition of unauthorised building
Three sisters, two nations and long-waiting last rites
As nephew in Pakistan cannot get visa, an aged Shanno Dheer has to go to Lahore
Orphaned sisters prepare for a new life
DAGSHAI (H.P.): Tsewang (14) and Kunzang (12) lost their family when flash floods in Leh flattened their home. Now the sisters are set to start their lives afresh, as the western command of the Army has adopted them. Now studying at the ...
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