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    Expect a good budget: Lalu
    Railway Minister to present "Outcome Budget" for the first time

    CBI team leaving on February 28
    Papers on Quattrocchi getting ready

    Left, NDA planning to seek suspension of question hour
    NEW DELHI: The first day of the budget session on Monday is likely to be stormy with the Left parties and the National Democratic Alliance planning to seek the suspension of question hour. The CPI(M) has given notice to raise the issue of ...

    Doctors win major concession in U.K.
    LONDON: After a string of bad news there was something to cheer about for Indian doctors in Britain on Sunday — the Health Department has agreed to delay the implementation of the new discriminatory immigration rules, which effectively bar ...

    GO row: blame it on lack of cohesion among CMO officials
    Chief Minister admits that information on key issues does not reach him on time

    Government plans to hire luxury buses for inter-State routes
    Unions say it amounts to privatisation of the transport sector

    Manipur ambush death toll 16
    IMPHAL: The death toll in Saturday's ambush of the Indian Reserve Battalion personnel at Tamenglong district rose to 16 on Sunday. The condition of seven injured personnel is said to be serious. Insurgents attacked BSF personnel with bombs ...

    Naxalite killed in police firing
    RAIPUR: A naxalite was killed and a policeman injured in a gun battle between naxalites and a police party on Saturday at Pedametta village, about 450 km from here. Bijapur District Superintendent of Police Ratan Lal Dangi told PTI on ...

    Mulayam to prove his majority today
    LUCKNOW: Even as Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh went ahead with his decision to prove his majority in the Vidhan Sabha on Monday, the Opposition parties, sans the Bahujan Samaj Party, have pulled all aces to showcase their protest ...

    Turtle eggs galore along Puducherry coast
    PUDUCHERRY: Several nesting areas of turtles have been found along the Puducherry coast in the last three months. Conservationists and fishermen found turtle eggs in burrows along the coast in Veerampattinam, Murthikuppam and Manapet fishing ...

    Train attack: reward amount hiked
    NEW DELHI: While clues have started emerging in the Samjhauta Express blasts, the reward money on the suspects who planted the bombs on the train was increased to Rs. 5 lakh on Sunday. The Haryana police released modified sketches of the ...

    Captains who made things happen

    "Desalination plant a permanent solution"
    CHENNAI: The foundation stone for the much-awaited 100 million litres desalination plant at Kattupalli near Minjur was laid on Sunday. Participating in the function, Local Administration Minister M.K. Stalin said the plant would provide a ...

    `India's batting line-up is the best'
    Ahmedabad: Picking the Indian team for the ICC World Cup in the West Indies was no mean task for Dilip Vengsarkar and his fellow committee members Sanjay Jagdale, Venkatapathy Raju, Bhupinder Singh and Ranjib Biswal. Vengsarkar and his ...

    Blackout in western Maharashtra, Konkan region
    Grid disturbance led to cascade tripping of major power lines

    Kalam hopes project will help improve life in 1,098 villages
    Suvarna Gramodaya launched; plan to include 1,000 villages every year lauded

    Congress PEC holds meeting
    Party high command authorised to finalise candidates' list for Council polls

    Ordinance to change police set-up
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala Government has promulgated an ordinance amending the State Police Act as part of follow-up initiatives on a Supreme Court order in this regard. Christened as the Kerala Police (Amendment) Ordinance, 2007, the ...

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