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U.S. joins fund to provide $100 billion to developing countries after 2020
Manmohan: we can do more
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday reiterated India’s commitment to keep its per capita emissions below that of the developed countries and asserted that the country was willing to do more, provided there were credible ...
Chiranjeevi quits as MLA; for united A.P.
HYDERABAD: Praja Rajyam Party president K. Chiranjeevi on Thursday announced the reversal of his party’s stand on Telangana and submitted his resignation as MLA to the Speaker owning moral responsibility for his political ...
Collegium decides to drop Dinakaran
The Law Ministry has submitted another report to the Chief Justice of India on the charges
Maudany’s wife arrested in Kochi
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Soofiya, wife of the People’s Democratic Party leader Abdul Nasir Maudany, was arrested by the police from her residence in Kochi on Thursday. The arrest brings to an end a high drama that has been enacted in ...
Advani likely to quit as Leader of Opposition today
NEW DELHI: L.K. Advani is expected to resign as Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha on Friday. Sushma Swaraj is tipped to take his place. On Saturday, at a scheduled meeting of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s Parliamentary ...
Mamata rejects demands for new trains
NEW DELHI: Striking a different note from her predecessor on the demands for new trains, Union Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday told Rajya Sabha that her priority would be to deliver on the budgetary promises. She will place before ...
Campaigning for by-elections ends
CHENNAI: Campaigning for Saturday’s by-elections to Vandavasi and Tiruchendur Assembly constituencies ended on Thursday amid allegations of selective raids by the police, seizure of cash and complaints of free distribution of money and ...
Two Bihari workers shot dead in Imphal
IMPHAL: Two migrant workers from Bihar were shot dead at Chingmeirong Kabui in Imphal on Wednesday night. The construction labourers were Gajendra Ram and Subash Yadav. The police have registered a case. However, no arrests have been ...
DGP begins probe against top police officer
Election Commission orders transfer of Tiruvannamalai Superintendent of Police
Nothing different by way of a contest expected
Dew factor unlikely to have much of a role, feels Dhoni
“Paramacharya directed me to work on Tiruvasagam symphony”
Ilayaraja among five eminent personalities awarded for their services
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