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CPI condemns ‘repression’ in Myanmar
The military junta failed to honour the people’s verdict of 1988; eschew violence, says Congress
Infuse creative leadership in shipping industry: Kalam
Half of India’s contribution to shipping industry comes from Gujarat: Modi
Dalit victim fears for his life
Police register case 12 days after attack
Kazakhstan for tie-up with ISRO
Delegation to meet Madhavan Nair
The recall strategy is beset with problems: Commonwealth MPs
We’ll have to be unbiased to ensure it is not misused: Somnath
Sunita Williams meets Sonia Gandhi
NEW DELHI: Indian-American astronaut Sunita Williams, who spent a record 195 days in space, arrived here on Saturday and met United Progressive Alliance chairperson Sonia Gandhi. Sunita visited Ms. Gandhi at 10 Janpath. She remained there for ...
Don’t order revaluation in exams routinely: apex court
Directive to High Courts in West Bengal case
SEZ developers seek single window clearance
Centenary of Gandhiji’s book
MUMBAI: Preparations are afoot to celebrate the centenary of ‘Hind Swaraj’ (Indian Home Rule) written by Mahatma Gandhi. It is his seminal work; his first book considered the seed for Gandhism. The Mahatma spells out his ...
RJD to pay for party rallyists’ travel: Lalu
Patna: Rashtriya Janata Dal supporters attending the October 28 ‘Chetawani Rally,’ called to highlight the “all-round failure” of the Nitish Kumar government in Bihar, will travel in reserved accommodation in trains ...
Inquiry report within three months: Basu
Kolkata: The judicial inquiry committee probing the mysterious death of 30-year-old computer graphics teacher Rizwanur Rehman, whose body was found lying by the side of railway track near here on September 21, will submit its findings to the ...
CBI probe sought into IISc student’s suicide
BANGALORE: A CBI inquiry into the suicide of Ajay Shree Chandra, a Ph.D. student, at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, last month has been demanded by the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes Employees’ Welfare Association ...
CPI hails rural job scheme extension
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India on Saturday welcomed the decision to extend the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA) to all districts of the country. However, the “high drama” which marked the announcement ...
Rehabilitation issues may upset Coal India’s plan target
Kolkata: The public sector Coal India Ltd which produces nearly 85 per cent of the country’s coal, has suggested to the government that it be allowed to adopt a customised, flexible policy regarding rehabilitation and resettlement ...
Sunil Dutt was my choice to lead the movement against fundamentalism: Sonia
New Delhi: It was a real emotional moment for actor Sanjay Dutt and his two sisters when Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress president Sonia Gandhi released a book on their actor parents — Sunil and Nargis Dutt. The ...
Review committee suggests radical redesigning of ICSSR
Recommends converting it into autonomous statutory body
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