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Resolution on Telangana to be moved after consensus
30 more MLAs quit in protest
GJM: we are not piggybacking on Telangana
Rehabilitation package for IDPs in Assam
Guwahati: The Assam government on Friday announced a Rs. 60-crore package for the rehabilitation of 11,092 families of internally displaced persons (IDPs), who have been staying in make-shift relief camps in lower Assam’s Kokrajhar, ...
Mayawati for splitting U.P. into smaller States
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati has extended support for creation of smaller States. On Friday, she backed the formation of the separate States of Bundelkhand and Western Uttar Pradesh by trifurcating U.P. and sent a letter to ...
3G auction as scheduled
NEW DELHI: Union Minister for Communications and Information Technology A. Raja on Friday said the auction of spectrum for 3G mobile service would be held as scheduled. “There is no change in the schedule,” he told journalists ...
Pillai beats hasty retreat on Hyderabad statement
Jammu: Home Secretary G. K. Pillai on Friday waded into controversy saying Hyderabad will be the capital of the proposed Telangana State, but beat a hasty retreat when his remarks created a huge flutter in Andhra Pradesh. ...
Myanmar won’t be haven for insurgents, Krishna told
SINGAPORE: India on Friday received an assurance that “Myanmar will not be a safe haven for the [anti-India] insurgents to operate from.” This was conveyed by Prime Minister Thein Sein to External Affairs Minister S. M. Krishna in ...
Too premature to talk about Headley’s extradition: U.S.
WASHINGTON: The United States said on Friday that it was “too premature” to talk about the extradition to India of David Coleman Headley, a Lashkar-e-Taiba operative charged with criminal conspiracy in the Mumbai terror ...
Karunanidhi seeks support of all parties to implement projects
CHENNAI: Chief Minister and Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam president M. Karunanidhi on Friday sought the cooperation of different parties, including the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, for the execution of projects meant to benefit the ...
Court asks SETC to negotiate, not litigate
CHENNAI: The Madras High Court has directed the Tamil Nadu Chief Secretary to convene a meeting within three weeks between the State government and Puducherry territorial officials to find a solution to an issue relating to a stretch of land ...
Coast Guard sailors released
International Film Festival of Kerala begins
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Honouring noted film-maker Mrinal Sen and saluting Cubans, who are celebrating the golden jubilee of their struggle for liberation, the 14th edition of the International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) got off to a fabulous ...
Train operations at Central to be hit tomorrow
As the station will undertake signalling and track works
Book on Music Academy launched
CHENNAI: A book reliving the eighty-year history of The Music Academy Madras was launched here on Friday. “Four Score & More-The History of the Music Academy Madras”, co-authored by V. Sriram and Malathi Rangaswami, ...
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