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Victims will receive the utmost sympathy, says Chidambaram
Planning Commission releases Rs.982 crore for victims
NEW DELHI:Hours before the Group of Ministers (GoM) headed by Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram met on Friday, the Planning Commission is understood to have released Rs.982 crore to the Madhya Pradesh government for rehabilitation of the ...
Nirupama Rao to hold talks in Islamabad
India hands over replies to 6 dossiers
Congress gets highest number of seats in Rajya Sabha polls; BSP, DMK, TDP are real gainers
Prithvi-II test-fired successfully
Achieves high degree of accuracy, meets all mission objectives
Final view on new tax slabs only after inputs from stakeholders
Tax structure will be known when new law is introduced, says Pranab
Sibal proposes merger of entrance tests
NEW DELHI: In a move that could affect thousands of students seeking admission to professional colleges, the Centre is considering the merger of the Central Board of Secondary Education-conducted All India Pre Medical Test and the All India ...
U.S. court indicts Shahzad
NEW YORK: Pakistani-American terror suspect Faisal Shahzad was on Friday indicted on 10 counts of terrorism and weapons charges in the botched Times Square car bombing and was also accused of receiving funds and explosives training from ...
Rasgotra confirms meeting Anderson
RTI plea on Bhopal returns undelivered
New Delhi: The office of the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister has no Public Information Officer (PIO) to receive applications filed under the Right to Information Act. An RTI application seeking details on who assisted (the then chief of ...
Narasimha Rao's son contests Rasgotra's claim
HYDERABAD: The row over Warren Anderson leaving the country continued on Friday with the son of the former Prime Minister, P.V. Narasimha Rao, Ranga Rao suggesting his father would not have taken a decision on his own on granting “safe ...
BJP: Rajiv was briefed on Anderson's exit
NEW DELHI: It has now become quite clear that the former Prime Minister, Rajiv Gandhi, was well briefed on the developments that led to Warren Anderson, Union Carbide head at the time of the Bhopal gas tragedy, being allowed safe passage to ...
GJM calls for indefinite strike
KOLKATA: The Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) leadership on Friday called for an indefinite strike in the Darjeeling hills from Saturday. The GJM said the decision was taken as the authorities concerned had failed to give an explanation for ...
Additional CRPF forces arrive in Manipur
To end blockade imposed by Naga outfits
Navnirman Samiti opposes Posco project
BHUBANESWAR: Opposing the establishment of the proposed steel plant of Posco India Private Limited in Jagatsinghpur district, the Navnirman Samiti activists staged a protest outside the company’s office here on Friday. Storm ...
Sri Lanka marks day of victory
COLOMBO: Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa on Friday pledged to resolve the “problems faced from terrorism” by the people in the North by the end of the year and asserted that there could be no imported solution to the ...
Nobel-winning novelist Saramago dead aged 87
MADRID:Nobel literature prize winner Jose Saramago, who left his native Portugal after arguing with his country's government, died on the Canary island Lanzarote aged 87, his Spanish publisher said on Friday. Mr. Saramago, whose novels ...
RIL: power business a natural extension
Company looks forward for a constructive cooperation with Anil Ambani's group
FIFA WORLD CUP - 2010
Serbia rides on Jovanovic's goal to stun Germany
Red-carded Miroslav Klose culpable of naiveté as well as poor tackling; Podolski's missed penalty chance adds to the misery
Bradley's late strike gives US a draw
Slovenia's 2-0 lead at half-time nullified by a fighting US
The tales that potsherds tell at Pattanam
Field report of the impressive fourth season at the excavation site in Kerala
U.K., France recall a ‘defining' moment
LONDON: Historians have a different take on it, but on Friday, it was the official version that took centre-stage as Britain and France marked the 70th anniversary of what the two governments portrayed as a defining moment of the French ...
Manisha ties the knot
Kathmandu: Bollywood actor Manisha Koirala tied the knot with beau Samrat Dahal in a traditional ceremony here on Friday. The Nepalese beauty exchanged wedding vows with Samrat in a private function at the Gokarna forest resort, 10 km ...
Indian Muslim preacher banned from entering U.K.
LONDON: A radical Muslim preacher from India has been banned from coming to the United Kingdom because of his alleged extremist views. Zakir Naik, known for his often inflammatory television sermons, was due to give a series of lectures ...
Goods train hits boulder on track near Erode
ERODE: A boulder was found on the track near Vijayamangalam railway station on Thursday night. The driver of a goods train passing through the Ingur–Vijayamangalam section around 8.30 p.m. on Thursday heard a loud noise as the ...
Licences of 3 pharma firms cancelled for their involvement in drug racket
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