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Help Nitu complete studies, Brinda urges Chidambaram
Deported Nepali’s father himself has admitted he was misled by son-in-law

Planes stranded, trains delayed as fog plays villain
NEW DELHI: The capital witnessed a severe onslaught of dense fog on Saturday which disrupted flights and train services in a big way. To make matters worse, the CAT-III B instrument landing system could not be operated due to a technical ...

Revoke deportation: SFI
NEW DELHI: The Students’ Federation of India (SFI) has demanded revocation of the illegal deportation of a Nepalese student at FTII, Pune, Nitu Singh, and permission to her to finish studies. In a statement here on Monday, SFI ...

Grid failure plunges northern States into darkness
The whole grid went down at 3.02 a.m. after a snag hit transmission lines; power came down to zero at sub-stations

EVM is like a super calculator, says Chawla
Udhagamandalam: Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) have come to stay and there is no question of the country reverting to the old system, Chief Election Commissioner Navin Chawla said on Saturday. Speaking to journalists here, he said: ...

Munde may head PAC
Sinha for External Affairs committee

Penury, social stigma bedevil Pardhis
Mumbai: Penury is just one of the problems faced by the Pardhi community in Maharashtra. The British termed them criminals under the Criminal Tribes Act 1871, which was repealed in 1952. Now, 58 years later, the Indian society and more ...

Draft on courts to try sexual offences ready


Worried IT bigwigs meet KCR
TRS chief assures them of red carpet welcome in separate State

Kandla-bound tanker hijacked in Gulf of Aden
SINGAPORE: An India-bound chemical tanker is suspected to have been hijacked by pirates as it was passing through the Gulf of Aden on New Year’s Day. The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore said on Saturday, that ...

Social auditing reveals Jamua’s dismal show in MNREGS
Steps not taken to involve civil society

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