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Chidambaram talks of ‘reasonable time frame,’ says Centre will act on sense of the meeting
Chiranjeevi warns of naxalite infiltration
NEW DELHI: Even as the Central and Andhra Pradesh governments showed more interest in the return of peace and normality to the State, representatives of eight major political parties expressed contradicting views at Tuesday’s all-party ...
Rathore charged with abetment to suicide
CHANDIGARH: The Haryana police registered a third First Information Report against the former Director-General of Police, S.P.S. Rathore, on Tuesday, under Section 306 of the IPC charging him with abetment to suicide of the budding tennis ...
Half-burnt body of Indian found in New South Wales
Melbourne: Days after 21-year-old Nitin Garg was stabbed to death here, the Australian police on Tuesday said a partially-charred body of another Indian youth was found in New South Wales, even as Canberra asked New Delhi not to whip up ...
Advisory for Indians studying in Australia
NEW DELHI: The Government of India on Tuesday cautioned Indians about the perils of studying in Australia, saying that incidents of robbery and assault, particularly in Melbourne, had seen an increase in recent years. While not discouraging ...
Kalyan’s son to lead new party
My role in Jan Kranti Party will be that of a patron: Kalyan Singh
Take back K.P.S. Gill’s Padma Shri award, says former officer
CHANDIGARH: The Centre’s decision to strip police officers convicted of ‘moral turpitude’ of medals and awards has fuelled a demand from a former woman IAS officer that the former Punjab Director General of Police, K.P.S. ...
Dhaka, Delhi conclude water talks
DHAKA: Bangladesh and India have agreed to resolve outstanding issues relating to water sharing and decided that they will jointly start work for the protection of banks of the common rivers. The consensus came at the end of the two-day ...
Slack security blamed for leak of under-production film
CHENNAI: Any movie could be leaked out and pirated ahead of its release, given the number of persons involved in film production and the slack security involved in the movie-making process here. And any movie could face the fate of ...
Corporation to collect blood samples from homes
CHENNAI: A scheme to collect blood samples from the doorsteps of residents and deliver the test results free of cost is to be launched after Pongal by the Chennai Corporation. The investigation will be done at diagnostic laboratories ...
I’m not a prophet, I only know about ribosomes: Venkatraman Ramakrishnan
“Science cannot be quantified by number of papers published”
Deadline for retirement intact: Ratan Tata
NEW DELHI: Tata group chief Ratan Tata on Tuesday said the deadline for his retirement was still intact, but before hanging up his boots, he would like to find a successor. “I said that after [launching of small car] Nano, it will ...
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