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Bill holds unrealised promises: Meira Kumar
NEW DELHI: With the stage set for taking up the long-pending Women's Reservation Bill in Parliament, Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar on Saturday said the proposed legislation “holds many unrealised promises towards women's political ...

Himachal Pradesh allows selective killing of nilgai
SHIMLA: The Himachal Government has tabled in the State Vidhan Sabha a notification permitting selective killing of blue bulls ( nilgai) and its inclusion in the list of crop-damaging species. The Government had brought the notification ...

France not to toe U.S. line on civilian nuclear energy
PARIS: France's panache for assertion of independence in foreign policy will be on display at an international conference on nuclear energy to be inaugurated by its President Nicolas Sarkozy here on Monday. The global meet takes place a month ...

Parents allowed to see Gurshan's body at Melbourne morgue
Australian investigators said to be moving away from theory of random attack

Don't miss golden opportunity: NCW
NEW DELHI: The National Commission for Women has appealed to the Samajwadi Party and the Rashtriya Janata Dal to support the Women's Reservation Bill when it is taken up in the Rajya Sabha on Monday. As for their opposition to the Bill ...

“World Bank aid not needed for Arunachal projects”
BANGALORE: External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna on Saturday denied reports that he had told the World Bank that “India will not pose any Arunachal Pradesh-specific project to it for financing,” buckling under pressure from China ...

New Chinese trade policy could boost Indian exports


Militant Maoist wing serves ultimatum
Wants six supporters freed in lieu of abducted principal

Saclay: where Indian nuclear scientists cut their teeth
SACLAY (FRANCE): AS one leaves the closed but chic confines of Paris and drives down the motorway, a squat clump of buildings set between fields recovering from the unusually severe winter comes into view. It was here at this modest looking, ...

G.P. Birla passes away
Instrumental in setting up landmark educational institutions

Inquiry begins, at last, into Nanded coop bank scam


Need to study pest resistance to Bt cotton: Jairam


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