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“Operationalisation of the deal will take into account the panel’s findings”
Debate likely on September 10, 11
NEW DELHI: A parliamentary debate on the nuclear deal with the United States is tentatively fixed for September 10 and 11. The debate will take place in the Lok Sabha on September 10 and in the Upper House the next day. ...
‘BJP stand consistent’
No contradiction, says Advani
India and a tale of two U.S. allies
While Australia has dropped no hint of serious reservations about the U.S.-India civil nuclear deal, Japan is biding time to judge the new issues at stake.
Text of statement
This is the text of the statement read out by External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee after a meeting of leaders of the Congress and Left parties at Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s residence: In view of certain ...
Mob violence following sting operation
News channel broadcast shows woman teacher allegedly pushing students into prostitution
FIR filed against two Bhagalpur policemen
PATNA: The Bhagalpur police on Thursday filed an FIR against the Nathnagar police station ASI L.B. Singh and constable Ramchandra Rai for inflicting agony on a petty thief, violating the police code and human rights on Monday. The ...
A violation of rights, says Somnath
Bhagalpur incident condemned
Gas pipeline: no accord yet on transit fee
Issue figures at Working Group meet
Elders pass OBC Apprentices quota Bill
NEW DELHI: The Rajya Sabha on Thursday passed the Apprentices (Amendment Bill), 2006 that seeks to provide reservation for the Other Backward Classes (OBCs) in apprenticeship training in every designated trade. The original Bill of 1961 ...
AIIMS doctors call off strike
49 MBBS students issued degrees signed by Director, Dean
Jammu and Kashmir government urged to set up judicial commission
To investigate the whereabouts of those allegedly missing in custody
India huffs and puffs to make 212
Sachin Tendulkar and Yuvraj Singh hold the innings together with a good stand
The appeal of running
China for cooperation in civilian nuclear energy
SINGAPORE: China has “envisaged bilateral cooperation” with India in “the peaceful uses of nuclear energy.” Beijing conveyed this message, when Indian interlocutors “spoke” to their Chinese counterparts ...
I will return to Pakistan on September 10: Nawaz Sharif
ISLAMABAD: The former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif announced on Thursday that he would return to the country on September 10. “I and Shahbaz Sharif [his younger brother] will, Inshallah, reach Pakistan on September 10. We ...
U.K., U.S. to blame for the mess: Iraqi Minister
LONDON: Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari has blamed the current mess in his country on the way Britain and America handled the post-invasion situation and warned that a hasty withdrawal of coalition troops could lead to a ...
PML(Q) pressures Musharraf over pact with Benazir
“Concessions” to PPP cause discontent
Twenty more Special Economic Zones cleared
NEW DELHI: The government on Thursday cleared 20 new Special Economic Zones (SEZs), including two information technology and IT-enabled service based SEZ of Tata Consultancy Services and Cognizant Technology. It also gave in-principle approval ...
INSAT-4CR to be launched on Sunday
CHENNAI: The campaign is progressing satisfactorily for India’s Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle, GSLV-F04, to launch the communication satellite INSAT-4CR around 4.20 p.m. on September 2 from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. ...
Oil India’s IPO, divestment cleared
Additionally 10 p.c. to be sold to three oil cos.
TVS Motor unveils seven new products
Three variants of three-wheelers will be launched in phases
Apollo Health Street acquires U.S. BPO
The deal is valued at Rs. 697 crore; the two companies will work together
DMK, allies play down differences
CHENNAI: The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam and its major allies have played down differences within the alliance, saying each party is merely highlighting problems in the State. The media, they said, were playing up minor differences. In a ...
GPS to keep track of mail vehicles
The technology will come in handy for postal authorities
Glacial river faces pollution threat
SRINAGAR: The Sindh, Kashmir’s only glacial river and a major source of freshwater in the State, is facing an environmental threat on account of some 30 toilets built on its banks by the Army and a kennel farm set up by the kin of a ...
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