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Mukesh-led RIL not to foray into gas-based power generation till 2022
Cockpit Voice Recorder recovered
Air India announces interim relief of up to Rs. 10 lakh for kin of victims
BJP to withdraw support to Soren government
Ranchi: Frustrated over Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) backtracking on its power-sharing deal in Jharkhand, the Bharatiya Janata Party has decided to withdraw support to the Shibu Soren government on Monday. “The BJP will withdraw support ...
Hero's welcome to Anand
CHENNAI: Viswanathan Anand, FIDE World Chess Champion, returned here to a tumultuous welcome at the Anna International Terminal in the late hours of Sunday. The bustle and din there gave way to scenes of spontaneous celebrations as airport ...
Was pilot fatigue a factor in the crash?
Bangalore: Air India pilots have objected to speculative theories that attribute Saturday's air crash at Mangalore to “pilot error.” Instead, they say “archaic” regulations issued by the Directorate-General of Civil ...
U.S. to seek information on China-Pakistan nuclear deal
BEIJING: The United States is expected to seek clarifications from China over its deal to sell two nuclear reactors to Pakistan during the two-day strategic dialogue which starts here on Monday. The U.S., so far, has remained largely ...
Traders' leader shot dead in Sopore
J&K Chief Minister Abdullah describes the assailants' act as cowardly
Stop hush-hush accord with EU on FTA, demands CPI(M)
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Sunday accused the United Progressive Alliance government of secretly negotiating an India-European Union Free Trade Agreement, and asked it not proceed to in the matter without taking ...
Amnesty concludes Jammu & Kashmir visit
SRINAGAR: A two-member delegation of Amnesty International concluded its six-day visit to Srinagar on Sunday. It held wide-ranging discussions with the government and the separatists but was denied permission to visit the jails. A ...
Work on maritime patrol aircraft to start this year
SEATTLE (UNITED STATES): Work on the Indian Navy's latest acquisition, the long-range maritime patrol aircraft that will add strength to its ability in domain awareness and deal with threats below the surface, will get underway later this ...
First indigenous Light Combat Helicopter takes wing
BANGALORE: The first indigenously built Light Combat Helicopter (LCH), designed and developed by the Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL), made its inaugural flight here on Sunday. Defence Minister A.K. Antony, his deputy Pallam Raju and ...
ICICI Bank approves amalgamation of Bank of Rajasthan
MUMBAI: ICICI Bank approved the amalgamation of Bank of Rajasthan with it for a share exchange ratio of one share of ICICI Bank for every 4.72 shares of Bank of Rajasthan. Shareholders' nod “The Board of Directors of ICICI ...
Deora hands over sanction letter to Karunanidhi
For six lakh free LPG connections
Thai wins Palme d'Or at Cannes
Javier Bardem and Elio Germano share best actor award
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