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Government reviewing cases of all detainees, including those who crossed over after violating laws
Siachen: no breakthrough
NEW DELHI: The Defence Secretary-level talks on demilitarising the Siachen Glacier failed to make any breakthrough, but both sides resolved to continue with the ceasefire declared in late 2003. A joint press release issued at the end of the ...
V.R.V. Singh, Raina, Powar get the nod
Agarkar fails to find favour with selectors
Sarwan steers West Indies to victory
Sehwag's good knock to no avail; yet another game is decided in the last over
Kalam's advice to students
NEW DELHI: President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam on Wednesday appealed to students to end their hunger-strike against reservation in institutions of higher education and assured them that the Government would take care of the interests of all ...
TESMA, law on conversions to go
Government to continue some schemes in operation, revive a few discontinued ones
38 injured in series of grenade attacks in Kashmir
SRINAGAR: : Notwithstanding the tight security in the Valley, militants carried out six grenade attacks injuring at least 38 people, including 14 security personnel. The first attack was carried out at Qammerwari, 10 km from the venue of the ...
Somnath's poser to poll commission
Should it not be more circumspect in dealing with another constitutional authority?
Lalu's relatives detained
PATNA: Railway Minister Lalu Prasad's elder brother, Gulab Yadav, and father-in-law, Shiv Prasad Chaudhary, were taken into custody on Wednesday for allegedly trying to rig the panchayat elections in Salarkala in Gopalganj district, Bihar. They ...
Delays hold up new Delhi Metro railway line
NEW DELHI: The short 2.81-km upcoming section of the Delhi Metro railway network from Barakhamba near Connaught Place to Indraprastha beyond ITO -- with stations in between at Mandi House and Pragati Maidan -- has become a major cause of ...
Government hospitals facing staff shortage
Doctors have been deputed to districts where chikungunya is widespread
Amarnath yatra to begin on June 11
JAMMU: The pilgrimage to the Amarnath cave will begin simultaneously on the Baltal and Pahalgam routes on June 11. Registration starts on Thursday. A high-level meeting here discussed the arrangements. Chairing the meeting, Divisional ...
Sensex drops 250 points on late liquidation
MUMBAI: The stock market bobbed up and down like a seesaw on Wednesday but weakness in metal and auto stocks weighed down the benchmark indices, which surrendered a major part of Tuesday's gains. After a choppy trade, the Bombay Stock Exchange ...
Transmission charges: GAIL asked to refund Rs. 607 cr. to Transco
Decision will benefit nearly 1.69 crore consumers if gas major falls in line
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