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BPCL Tender Notice
‘Nuanced approach to dialogue being adopted’
India levels series, remains No.1
CHENNAI: Off-spinner Harbhajan Singh bowled India to a dramatic victory over South Africa in the second Test at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Thursday after the visitor’s last pair had battled for more than 20 overs in an attempt to save ...
Lack of alertness led to Silda strike: Buddhadeb
Hindutva terror probe haunts Pune investigation
Investigators focus on jihadist groups, but some fear Hindutva group may have carried out German Bakery bombing
CPI(M) for coordinated action against Maoists
“Targeting party cadres is a game plan to terrorise public and favour Trinamool”
Pune police won’t rule out local hand
PUNE: Against the backdrop of reports of detention of a number of people in Pune and Aurangabad, and also in Hampi in Karnataka, City Police Commissioner Satyapal Singh on Thursday said the involvement of locals in the February 13 blast at the ...
U.K. investor pulls out of Vedanta
NEW DELHI: In a blow to mining firm Vedanta, a fourth European investor has sold its multi-million pound stake in the company, citing “serious concerns about its [Vedanta’s] approach to human rights and the environment.” The ...
RUN-UP TO THE BUDGET
Focus on farm growth, food security bill
NEW DELHI: Surging food inflation, decline in agriculture growth rate and the impending food security bill are expected to be at the centre of the coming Union budget. With a bumper wheat harvest expected this rabi, there are ...
Gadkari moves away from hard Hindutva line
He speaks about welfare of the poor, social equality and development
Ordeal ends for crew of hijacked ship
Eight seafarers arrive in Mumbai after three months of captivity
Maoists kill 12 in brutal assault on Bihar village
PATNA: At least 12 villagers, including three women and one child, were killed in a brutal Maoist attack by nearly 150 heavily-armed rebels who stormed Phulwariya village in Bihar’s Jamui district late on Wednesday night. Police ...
Inspector sacked for beating up Dalit woman in custody
LUCKNOW: Under fire for police excesses, which resulted in two custodial deaths, the Mayawati government on Thursday terminated the services of four policemen and suspended six others. Kailash Nath Dwivedi, station-in-charge of the ...
U.K.-Israel tensions grow
Envoy summoned over fake passports row
Air India to get equity infusion of Rs. 800 crore
The carrier has been asked to cut fleet size to 105
Harbhajan spins India to thrilling victory
Amla's superhuman effort not enough to save South Africa
We have proved India being No. 1 is no fluke: Harbhajan
Conviction rate under SC, ST Act low in State: National Commission
CHENNAI: The National Commission for Scheduled Castes on Thursday criticised the Tamil Nadu government for high pendency of cases and low conviction rate under the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act 1989. ...
Scientist discovers Himalayan wildcat haven
Bangalore: A little-known rainforest in north-east India could be home to the world’s largest number of wildcat species, with no less than seven species photo-documented by a wildlife biologist at the end of her two-year ...
Small plane crashes into building in U.S.
Austin: A low-flying small plane crashed on Thursday into a seven-storey building that houses an office of the federal tax agency, and at least one person was missing, witnesses and officials said. Assistant Austin Fire Chief Harry ...
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