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Rail tickets from designated post offices
NEW DELHI: Indian Railways and the Department of Posts on Tuesday signed an agreement to allow the sale of reserved tickets through post offices spread across the country. The Memorandum of Understating was signed by A.K. Goyal, ...
Goa: scene shifts to New Delhi
Parrikar seeks hearing with President
Be strong, sister tells Sanjay Dutt
Mumbai: “Bhaiya, be strong,” Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt was told by his sister-MP Priya as the actor bid farewell to his relatives in the Arthur Jail here after being sentenced to six years in jail in the 1993 Mumbai ...
Constitution Bench to hear Centre’s plea
Application to vacate stay in OBC quota case
Not resigning: Kamat
NEW DELHI: A day after winning the vote of confidence, Goa Chief Minster Digambar Kamat declared on Tuesday that he was not going to resign even as the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party geared up to continue its political battle keeping ...
Central assistance for farm sector
HYDERABAD: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday indicated that Andhra Pradesh would get a major chunk of the additional Central assistance of Rs. 25,000 crore in the eleventh Five Year Plan, for revitalisation of agriculture. Dr. ...
“Chawla case ought to have been referred to CEC”
1.85 lakh birds culled in Manipur
NEW DELHI: Even as Sri Lanka and the United Arab Emirates declared on Tuesday a ban on import of poultry from India, the Rapid Response Teams of the Centre culled 1.85 lakh birds around Chinmeirong village in Manipur, where an outbreak of bird ...
Floods: court pulls up Bihar Government
Seeks report on relief measures undertaken; situation continues to be grim in Darbhanga
One lakh broadband service centres by March 2008
NEW DELHI: Union Minister of Communication and Information Technology A. Raja on Tuesday said that about one lakh broadband enabled service centres will come up in the country by March 2008 at a cost of Rs. 5,400 crore. One centre will ...
Film fraternity rallies behind Sanjay
MUMBAI: Film personalities rallied behind actor Sanjay Dutt on Tuesday after he was given a six-year jail term in the 1993 serial blasts case, saying he had got punishment in excess of the “error” he had committed. Members ...
India downplays significance of naval exercises
NEW DELHI: India is downplaying the significance of the biggest-ever multinational naval exercise in the Bay of Bengal, saying that it is merely an enlargement of the war games regularly held with the U.S. Navy. It also sought to ...
Defence chiefs unhappy over frequent grounding of Dhruvs, complain to HAL
Bangalore: With a number of Advanced Light Helicopters (ALHs) being frequently grounded because of paucity of spares and serviceability problems, the three defence Chiefs have expressed unhappiness over the manufacturer, Hindustan Aeronautics ...
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