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Antony wants red tape in defence purchases cut
Meet to review anti-naxal steps
NEW DELHI: Shocked by the massacre of 15 policemen by Maoists in Maharashtra’s Gadhchiroli district on Sunday, the Union Home Ministry has summoned the police chiefs of four naxal-violence affected States here on Thursday to rework the ...
Centre must speak in one voice: BJP
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party on Wednesday was critical of the contradictory statements made by External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee and National Security Advisor M.K. Narayanan on whether or not Pakistan has got back to India on ...
“Correct mistakes in rolls and voter cards”
Poll Commission’s instruction to CEOs on complaints by parties
“Let us remain within the Constitution”
New Delhi: Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee joined the debate on the Election Commission on Wednesday, virtually criticising Chief Election Commissioner N. Gopalaswami’s recommendation to remove Election Commissioner Navin ...
India, Maldives to jointly counter sea-borne terror
NEW DELHI: India and Maldives will work together to meet the threat of sea-borne terrorism, and enhance training and joint exercises. There is a convergence of view that both countries have a joint interest in the security of sea lanes. ...
ESIC to set up 11 medical colleges, 13 PG institutions
NEW DELHI: The Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESIC), under the Labour and Employment Ministry, will set up 11 medical colleges and 13 postgraduate medical institutions to provide better health care and superspeciality treatment to the ...
Tejas crosses a milestone
BANGALORE: In a milestone, a Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas took off from here and for the first time dropped live stores (bombs) at a firing range. The dropping of two 25-pounder bombs, with one striking the target and the other ...
Alcohol policy being drafted
NEW DELHI: Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Anbumani Ramadoss on Wednesday said the proposed National Alcohol Policy would be recommendatory in nature. He was speaking at the Ninth All India Editors Conference on Social Sector ...
Congress sees it as a case of “too little too late”
‘Kalyan-Mulayam bonhomie is internal matter of SP’
Advani: EC can be removed on CEC recommendation
VIJAYAWADA: Bharatiya Janata Party president L.K. Advani on Wednesday faulted the Centre’s stance on Chief Election Commissioner N. Gopalaswami’s recommendation to the President to remove Election Commissioner Navin ...
Pakistan must move further, faster: Miliband
London: Britain asked Pakistan on Wednesday to move “further and faster” in prosecuting those suspected to be involved in the Mumbai terror attacks. “The absolute priority is for the Pakistani government to go further ...
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