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Won't tolerate corruption: Gill
NEW DELHI: The government told the Rajya Sabha on Thursday that it was confident of readying all facilities in time for the Commonwealth Games. It would not tolerate any corruption and take action if “there is ...
Anti-India rhetoric won't help: Krishna
NEW DELHI: Maintaining that it was willing to discuss all issues, India on Thursday asked Pakistan to “deeply introspect” on its permitting anti-India activity from its soil. “We have drawn the attention of the ...
Operators may face action for telemarketing nuisance
NEW DELHI: With unsolicited calls and messages from telemarketing companies fast becoming a menace, the government is mulling over immediate corrective measures, particularly taking a tough stance against mobile operators as it feels the onus ...
Renovation of Ripon Building to end in March
CHENNAI: Work on renovating the Ripon Building, the headquarters of Chennai Corporation, will be completed in March, Mayor M. Subramanian said on Thursday. Speaking to mediapersons after inspecting the work being carried out to conserve ...
The Hindu Metroplus Theatre Festival in three more cities by year-end
We hope it will morph into a truly South Indian experience: N. Ram
BlackBerry: India may bar RIM if it fails to act
NEW DELHI: The Union government seems to have made up its mind to bar the Canada-based Research In Motion (RIM), which makes BlackBerry smartphones, from offering data services unless it addresses the security concerns raised by the Ministry ...
Armstrong flays new plan
WASHINGTON: In the four decades since the world watched his “one giant leap for mankind,” Neil Armstrong hasn't had much use for the limelight. So as the first man on the moon celebrated his 80th birthday on Thursday, no large ...
Leelavathi Award for Simon Lehna Singh
NEW DELHI: Well-known physicist-turned author, journalist and television producer of Indian origin Simon Lehna Singh has been selected by the International Mathematical Union for the Leelavathi Award in recognition of his outstanding ...
Delhi High court issues notice to Vivek Oberoi
New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Thursday issued a notice to Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi on a suit claiming damages of Rs.4 crore against him for his failure to return $3 lakh to a Mumbai-based entertainment company. Oberoi had ...
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