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Delhi-Lahore bus service resumes
LAHORE, JULY 11.The Lahore-bound Indian bus crossed over into Pakistan at the Wagah border this afternoon, signalling the reopening of the direct passenger transportation links between the two neighbours. The resumption of the suspended ...


Dismissal of T.N. Govt. staff not infraction: High Court
CHENNAI, JULY 11.Declining to come to the rescue of about 1.7 lakh Government employees summarily dismissed from service en masse for striking work on July 1 and 2, the Madras High Court today ruled that the dismissals did not amount to ...
CAS first phase from Sept. 1
NEW DELHI, JULY 11. The Conditional Access System (CAS) will be implemented in the entire metropolitan area of Chennai from September 1 and Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata will witness a staggered rollout from the same date. This was announced by ...
SC grounds 50-plus air-hostesses
NEW DELHI, JULY 11. The Supreme Court today held that the reduction of retirement age from flying duties for airhostesses of Air India from 58 to 50 years with an option to them to accept ground duties was not discriminatory. A Bench comprising ...
CCS meet
NEW DELHI, JULY 11. The Cabinet Committee on Security will meet on Monday to discuss the U.S. request of sending troops to Iraq even as the Government has conveyed to Washington that an interim Iraqi authority needed to be in place in Baghdad ...
Two killed in Pak. blast
ISLAMABAD, JULY 11. Two persons were killed in an explosion that rocked an 11-storey office building in Karachi early this morning. The impact was so high that it shattered windowpanes of several offices. The victims included a security guard. No ...
Economy may grow
MUMBAI, JULY 11. Following the prospect of healthy recovery in the agricultural sector, the Indian economy is expected to grow at 6.5 per cent in the fiscal 2003-04, the Centre For Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE) said today. ``In spite of the ...
Prosecution stayed
NEW DELHI, JULY 11. The Supreme Court today admitted a petition filed by the former Chief Minister and senior Congress leader, K. Karunakaran, and made absolute the stay on his prosecution in a corruption case pertaining to alleged irregularities ...
Sri Lankan citizenship
COLOMBO, JULY 11. The Sri Lankan Government has decided to grant citizenship to 1,68,141 people of Indian origin who had opted but failed to return to their native country. Officials said the Cabinet two days ago approved a plan to grant ...



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