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Polling takes place amid tight security, chilly weather, and a boycott call
Custody for Sadhvi Pragnya, others extended
Suspects file a slew of petitions
Centre plans stimulus package for exporters
NEW DELHI: With the $200-billion export target coming under pressure from the economic slowdown and fear of recession in the U.S. and European markets, the Centre on Monday announced that it was working on a fiscal package for exporters. The ...
I was illegally detained, tortured: Pragnya
Nashik: Malegaon blast suspect Sadhvi Pragnya Singh Thakur has made stark allegations of illegal detention and torture against the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS). Her lawyer, Ganesh Sovani, filed an affidavit to that effect in the ...
Sushmita gets clean chit in car import case
Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Monday revoked the show cause notice issued to Bollywood actor Sushmita Sen in the Land Cruiser import case, as the prosecution said that there was no evidence of her involvement in any kind of scam. ...
RBI to ensure adequate liquidity in the system
Bankers, industry pitching for further cut in lending rates
Yuvraj comes up with another regal performance
India takes 2-0 lead with facile win as spinners plot England’s collapse at Indore
Win will bring more recognition
Jeev has become Asian Tour’s first single-season millionaire
Major parties stay away from meeting called by CPI
It has called for a hartal on November 25
11 government hospital staff suspended
CHENNAI: Eleven hospital workers of the Government RSRM Lying-In Hospital at Royapuram were suspended on charges of corruption and extorting money from patients. Seven ward boys and four ayahs were served their suspension notices for ...
Murdoch upbeat on future of newspapers
SYDNEY: Media magnate Rupert Murdoch says doomsayers who are predicting the Internet will kill off newspapers are “misguided cynics” who fail to grasp that the online world is potentially a huge new market of information-hungry ...
Art and the audience
A spirited discussion marks a symposium on music organised as part of The Hindu Friday Review November Fest
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