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Opposition blames Centre for situation
Cement exports banned
NEW DELHI: To curb growing inflation, Union Commerce and Industry Minister Kamal Nath on Friday announced a ban on cement exports and withdrew incentives for exports of rice and primary steel items. Unveiling the Foreign Trade Policy ...
Nod for route to Bangalore as industrial corridor
CHENNAI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has accepted in principle the suggestion made by Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi to declare the stretches along the Chennai-Bangalore highway as an industrial corridor. In his April 1 letter, a copy ...
Maoists take early lead in Nepal
KATHMANDU: The Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) has taken an early lead as counting of votes in the Constituent Assembly elections got under way on Friday, leaving behind the two major parties — the Nepali Congress and the ...
India takes 2-0 lead in Davis Cup
Bopanna, Amritraj clinch five-setters
Quota judgment seen as fine balancing act
Chief Justice has mentioned the safeguard of judicial review that could be exercised in future
Pressure on Centre to file review petition
NEW DELHI: Even as the government set in motion the process of implementing the 93rd Constitution Amendment providing 27 per cent reservation for Other Backward Classes (OBCs) in central higher education institutions, pressure is building up ...
Flight problem for Aviation Minister
NEW DELHI: A Mumbai-bound Kingfisher Airlines flight with Union Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel on board returned to Delhi on Friday a few minutes after being airborne when the pilot detected a “minor snag”. Flight IT ...
Slew of measures to sustain export growth
Kamal Nath unveils annual supplement to Foreign Trade Policy; $200 billion export target set for 2008-09
Bopanna and Prakash give India a dream start
Japan puts up a good fight, both matches going to five sets
Ishant, Harbhajan revel on a deteriorating pitch
South Africa dismissed for 265 but India cannot celebrate just yet
China’s new bullet train is ready
It will cut travel time on the Beijing-Tianjin route from 80 to 30 minutes
Police kill two wanted men
CHENNAI: Two men whom the police said were wanted in connection with several murder cases were shot dead in an apartment in Ayanavaram here on Friday by a police team from Tuticorin. Commissioner of Police Nanchil G. Kumaran, who ...
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