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It's a 16-2 vote for Bill; second hurdle cleared
CWC expresses concern over rising prices
NEW DELHI: The Congress Working Committee (CWC) on Thursday expressed deep concern over the plight of the common man due to hike in prices of essential commodities, and asked the Government to take effective steps to control the situation. At ...
Quraishi is new Election Commissioner
NEW DELHI: President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam on Thursday appointed S.Y. Quraishi, Secretary in the Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs, as Election Commissioner for a five-year term. He fills a vacancy in the Election Commission caused by the ...
Sinhala, Tamil must for new recruits
Part of efforts to implement the dual language formula, says Sri Lankan Minister
Sex scandal: senior IAS officer arrested
SRINAGAR: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Thursday arrested a senior IAS officer of the Jammu and Kashmir Government in connection with the sex scandal. Two former Ministers, a Deputy Inspector-General of the BSF and a Deputy ...
Varsity to improve engineering students' communication skills
"This will enhance their job prospects and make them more industry-ready"
Nadal fights back from the brink against Kendrick
LONDON: : In every event in every Grand Slam championship, there is a Nobody who dreams of becoming a Somebody. More often than not, the dreamer and his dream seldom come into public view, fading away in the wilderness of far-flung courts, ...
Chance for India to drive home the advantage
Dravid & Co. back where it all began; Lawson or Best expected to play for Windies
Lot of entertainment, a blizzard of cards
Statistics show that this is shaping up to be the most satisfying finals since Spain '82
Opportunities beckon nurses
CHENNAI: Did you know it is easier for nurses to get a Green Card permanent residence status in the United States than it is for software engineers? With over 1,40,000 nursing positions vacant in health institutions in the ...
Bush overstepped his authority: Court
Supreme Court blocks Guantanamo trials
Major amendments to Bill on the anvil
15 per cent quota of privileged seats for self-financing college managements
Cauvery: assessors' `report' rejected
It can be considered only as `notes,' says State
Scrap dealer murdered in broad daylight
Police suspect business rivalry or personal enmity as motive
Chief Secretary to probe officials' lapse
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister V. S. Achuthanandan on Thursday said that the Chief Secretary would probe any lapse on the part of officials in communicating on time the State Government's plea to the National Commission for Minority ...
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