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Manmohan: don't take faster growth for granted
NEW DELHI: With the Planning Commission scaling down the 11th Plan growth target to 8.1 per cent from an average annual growth of 9 per cent pegged earlier, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday cautioned that a fast return to the high ...
Maoists blow up track, disrupt rail services
KOLKATA/ PATNA: On the second day of their 48-hour bandh, opening Maoists triggered a series of explosions on Tuesday, causing derailment of two trains and disruption of services in West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand and Orissa. Police ...
6 killed in Kolkata blaze
Victims trapped as wooden staircase catches fire
Mulayam “unveils” Lohia statue amid scuffle
LUCKNOW: Catching police unawares and amid a lathi charge, Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh “unveiled” and garlanded a statue of Ram Manohar Lohia, erected in a hospital at Gomtinagar here, to commemorate the birth centenary ...
Architect of naxalite movement
KOLKATA: Kanu Sanyal, one of the architects of the naxalite movement and who, in more recent times, was critical of the Maoists, was found dead on Tuesday at his residence in the Naxalbari area of West Bengal's Darjeeling district — the ...
“219 Kashmiri Pandits killed by militants since 1989”
Centre working on project to tap solar energy for cellphone towers
PUDUCHERRY: The Union Ministry of New and Renewable Energy along with the Union Ministry of Telecommunications is working on converting almost all cellphone towers into “green towers” by using solar panels instead of diesel ...
DRDO kit detects A(H1N1) virus in an hour
CHENNAI: The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has developed a diagnostic kit that can detect A(H1N1) virus in an hour. The kit does not need sophisticated instruments and can be used in villages where electricity is not ...
Census to compare behaviour of Sunderbans, terrestrial tigers
KOLKATA: Data from the radio-collared tigers, as part of a nationwide census, will enable a comparison between the observed behaviour of tigers from across the country with those living on the estuarine islands of the Sunderbans, officials ...
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