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It has failed to address agrarian crisis and price rise
Prime Minister convenes meeting of Cabinet Committee on Prices
Manmohan will review the availability and prices of all essential commodities
Minister gives away ex-gratia to two women
TIRUNELVELI: Minister for Social Welfare Poongothai Aladi Aruna on Saturday gave away savings certificates to the families of two girls, who were washed away in a flash flood in a wild stream near Sankarankovil on March 23. Savings ...
Military pact with U.S. must go: Karat
“The struggle to disentangle India from the ‘strategic embrace’ of the U.S. must continue”
IIM-A fee doubled to Rs. 5.5 lakh
AHMEDABAD: The Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, on Saturday announced a quantum jump in its fees structure raising it from the present Rs. 2.5 lakh per annum to Rs. 5.5 lakh per annum for the first year and Rs. 6 lakh for the second ...
Dalai Lama allays China’s fears on Olympic torch
“China deserves to host the games as it is the most populous nation”
Sonia Gandhi calls for push to peace process in Kashmir
Dedicates sprawling tulip garden in Srinagar to the people
It’s 10,000 runs and 25th century for Dravid
Steyn and Ntini lead South Africa’s fightback; McKenzie scores second half-century
I exceeded my expectations, says Dravid
Chennai: Rahul Dravid said he’d exceeded his career expectations, after reaching 10,000 Test runs. “It is a proud moment. Growing up I dreamt of playing for India. When I look back I exceeded my expectations with what I have done ...
No compulsion to hike property tax: Karunanidhi
CHENNAI: There is no compulsion on urban local bodies to hike property tax, Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi said on Saturday. “Elected urban local bodies can adopt resolutions on property tax, depending upon their requirements. If ...
Biometric technology used for issuing identity cards
For monitoring SHGs benefited under tsunami aid scheme
Bomb threat to railway stations
KURUKSHETRA (HARYANA): A letter in Hindi received by the station master here on Saturday — purportedly written by Harqat-ul-Mujahideen — contained a threat that bombs would go off at railway stations in Kurukshetra, Amritsar, ...
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