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Time not ripe for composite dialogue: New Delhi
Survey projects robust growth next fiscal
NEW DELHI: Painting a rosy picture on the eve of the Union budget, the Economic Survey 2009-10 argues for a gradual rollback of stimulus measures while projecting a robust GDP expansion of up to 8.75 per cent in 2010-11 on the back of a ...
It’s a national shame: artists
NEW DELHI: The news that India’s most celebrated artist M.F. Husain has been conferred Qatar nationality has touched a nerve within the creative community, with artists terming it a “national shame” that a cultural icon had ...
Gunmen kill government employee
SRINAGAR: Unidentified gunmen barged into the house of a government employee and shot him dead in Pulwama district of south Kashmir on Thursday. Nisar Ahmad Lone, a storekeeper of the Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution Department, ...
Manipur strike: ESMA may be invoked
IMPHAL: The Manipur government is planning to invoke the Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA) against leaders of the striking government employees as those in the essential services have also joined the indefinite strike. The ...
Endeavour to restore trust will continue: Nirupama Rao
“We went into talks with an open mind, but fully conscious of the limitations imposed by the large trust deficit”
M.F. Husain welcome to return home: Centre
If he is willing to come back and feels the need for security, we will provide it, says Union Home Secretary
A national shame if we cannot say he belongs to us: Sharmila Tagore
NEW DELHI: Artists, reacting to the news of Qatar nationality being conferred on artist M.F. Husain who is currently in temporary exile, fear that the treatment of the eminent painter is part of a broader trend. “This is not the ...
Accused attacks policemen in hospital
CHENNAI: Panic gripped the Trauma Ward of Government General Hospital here for sometime on Thursday afternoon after a man involved in several crime cases and admitted to the hospital with a fractured leg attacked a sub-inspector of police and ...
Curfew in Pattan after group clash
SRINAGAR: Curfew was imposed at Pattan in north Kashmir on Thursday evening after a clash between two groups. Twenty persons were injured and 25 shops and four houses damaged in the clash. Ghulam Hassan Mir, hit in the head, was ...
Former AIADMK Minister joins DMK
MADURAI: All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam functionary and former Minister V. Sathiyamoorthy on Thursday joined the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam in the presence of Union Minister and party’s south zone secretary M.K. Alagiri ...
Greatness sits lightly on Tendulkar
The humble champion still has the enthusiasm of a schoolboy
Copter-borne probe for deep-seated uranium
SEWA’s Ela Bhatt chosen for Niwano Peace Prize
Tokyo: Social worker Ela Bhatt has been chosen for the Niwano Peace Prize this year for her contribution to the uplift of poor women in India. Ms. Bhatt, recognised as one of the pioneers in the development of the most oppressed and ...
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