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Don’t pass the buck to States, Karat tells Pawar
Centre to blame for price rise
A damp squib: CPI
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India on Monday described the outcome of the climate change talks in Copenhagen as a “damp squib.” What emerged were a backdoor deal and a political statement worked out by the U.S. and the BASIC ...
India needs to import two more million tonnes of sugar: ISMA
To meet domestic demand and check skyrocketing prices
Dalit leader’s body found
HYDERABAD: The mystery surrounding the disappearance of a Dalit leader and professor from Mumbai came to an end on Monday with the police retrieving his body from the Hussainsagar lake here. Arun Kamble (55), a resident of Mumbai, ...
House panel finds BIA construction of poor quality
BANGALORE: A Joint House Committee of the Karnataka Legislature has recommended blacklisting of L&T, Siemens and the Unique Zurich Airport for a minimum of five years, citing “poor quality of workmanship” in the construction of ...
Munde is BJP Deputy Leader in Lok Sabha
NEW DELHI: The former Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister, Gopinath Munde, was appointed on Monday Deputy Leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party in the Lok Sabha. He replaces Sushma Swaraj, who has become the Leader of the ...
RS adjourns after condoling member’s demise
NEW DELHI: The Rajya Sabha was adjourned on Monday following the death of member Suryakantbhai Acharya (BJP), from Gujarat. As soon as the House assembled, Chairman Mohammad Hamid Ansari announced Mr. Acharya’s demise and the members ...
Operationalising climate accord difficult: Ghosh
NEW DELHI: India has “substantially” preserved its development space under the Copenhagen Accord at the just-concluded United Nations climate summit, but operationalising the agreement would be “extremely difficult and ...
2 rhinos killed
GUWAHATI: Two one-horned rhinos were killed by poachers in the Kaziranga National Park, officials said on Monday. With this, the number of this endangered species killed at the park in Assam this year rose to 14. The carcasses of the ...
Man dies of shock after grandson falls into manhole
Mumbai: A 60-year-old man died of shock on Monday after his three-year-old grandson fell into an open manhole and remained untraced for the past 24 hours, police said. The 20-foot-deep manhole is located outside the New MHADA Colony in ...
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