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No need for Amendment, Centre tells Rajasthan
NEW DELHI: The Centre has turned down the Rajasthan government’s demand for a Constitutional Amendment to provide reservation for Gujjars outside the existing three categories as this power already rests with State ...

Musharraf: I’m playing tennis, not plotting against new government
Rejects demand for probe into Kargil operation

Don’t expect us to come up with solutions, Venkaiah Naidu tells UPA government
MADURAI: The continuing price rise indicates a “lack of control and direction” in the United Progressive Alliance government, Bharatiya Janata Party leader M. Venkaiah Naidu said on Saturday. There were “100 ways to ...

U.P. cuts tax on petrol, diesel
Withdraws value added tax on LPG; no hike in bus fare

“My son is not involved in blasts”
Detained engineer’s father says police suspicion is baseless

Hate crime: teenager escapes jail term
New York: A teenager convicted of hate crime for cutting the hair of a Sikh schoolmate in the U.S. has ducked jail term in exchange for a year of community service and an essay for the judge. Acting Queens Supreme Court Justice Joel ...

Advocates’ concern over arrest of Baha’i leaders
Fali S. Nariman, Soli J. Sorabjee write to Iranian envoy

Creating a cancer-free world for women
India has more cervical cancer cases than any other country

ANC chief to visit India
NEW DELHI: Africa National Congress (ANC) president Jacob Zuma will visit the country next week on his first visit to Asia after becoming the party chief. He defeated South African President Thabo Mbeki for the top ANC post last year and is ...

Rebel attack repulsed in forests of Bastar
Security forces reach damaged power supply tower

DGCA issues advisory to airlines to conserve fuel


Joint venture project to generate 2,100 MW in J&K
The State will get 62 per cent share in the power produced by these projects

War widows chase their dreams at IIM-C
They are set to take the plunge into corporate world

Move to seek Boeing help for LCA test programme
The consultancy will need the clearance of the U.S. Department of State

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