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Student security our top concern: Smith
Those displaced due to closure of fraudulent institutions to be relocated
I am satisfied with the security arrangements, says Stephen Smith
NEW DELHI: Visiting Australian Foreign Affairs Minister Stephen Smith on Tuesday expressed “satisfaction” over security arrangements and the progress of construction of the venues for the 2010 Commonwealth Games to be held in New ...
I’ll be happy if Husain returns to India: Chidambaram
“Family informed full security will be provided to him”
BJP wants Manmohan, Tharoor to explain remarks on Saudi Arabia
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party indicated on Tuesday that it would ask Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his Cabinet colleague Shashi Tharoor to “explain” what they meant by saying India should talk to Saudi Arabia about ...
SIT Special Public Prosecutor, deputy resign
AHMEDABAD: The Special Public Prosecutor and his deputy, appearing for the Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigation Team before the special court trying the 2002 Gulberg Society massacre case, have submitted their resignations, throwing ...
Centre lifts suspension of vaccine units
Public sector institutes to make production line fully GMP-compliant within 3 years
Raising income per hectare is as much a concern as improving yield: Swaminathan
We have to treat land and farmer as a whole. Absentee landlordism continues to be a problem, says E.S.L. Narasimhan
Arrested leader, Kishanji’s associate
KOLKATA: Venkateswara Reddy, alias Deepak, a senior Maoist leader and member of the central military commission of the CPI (Maoist), was arrested from the Behala Thana area of the city on Tuesday evening. Reddy, according to police ...
Ensure security for Bihar students: Nitish
PATNA: Following the recovery of two more bodies from a canal near the Annamalai University in Tamil Nadu, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday spoke to his Tamil Nadu counterpart, M. Karunanidhi, and Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram ...
We will remain in government: Mamata
KOLKATA: The Trinamool Congress will remain in the United Progressive Alliance government despite its opposition to the rise in fuel prices. This was stated by party chief Mamata Banerjee here on Tuesday. “There is no ...
I won’t allow 700 youths to hold Kashmir hostage: Omar
SRINAGAR: Maintaining that Sopore in north Kashmir and Kulgam in south were emerging a major challenge on the militancy front, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday said he would not allow 700 youths to hold Kashmir hostage. Replying ...
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