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CBI's curative petition says deletion of culpable homicide charge is a failure in Bhopal case
We'll respect court decision on free grain for poor: Pawar
NEW DELHI: The Union government will respect the Supreme Court's decision on free distribution of grain to the poor, Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar said in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday. “This government respects the decisions of all ...
It was an order, not suggestion: court
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday made it clear that its August 12 directive to distribute grain at “no cost” or “very low cost” was an order and not a suggestion as made out by Agriculture Minister Sharad ...
JCO killed in encounter
SRINAGAR: A Junior Commissioned Officer has been killed in an encounter between the Army's elite commando group and Lashkar-e-Taiba militants in Bandipora of north Kashmir. Three security personnel were injured. The terrorists, who ...
$20m more Indian aid for Pakistan
New Delhi: India will provide $20 million in additional assistance to flood-hit Pakistan, External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna said in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday. This follows Islamabad agreeing to accept New Delhi's initial offer of $5 ...
Stones found on rail track
City streets to get LED lamps
CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation proposes to replace sodium vapour lamps used for street illumination with LED (light-emitting diode) lamps. It is studying the feasibility and a decision is likely in two months. Officials of the civic ...
Nirupama visits Vavuniya, Kilinochchi and Jaffna
Meets displaced Tamils and inspects resettlement process
India monitoring China's intention in Indian Ocean, says Krishna
Issue of recent attacks on Indian fishermen by the Sri Lankan Navy discussed
Amit Shah hospitalised
AHMEDABAD: The former Gujarat Minister, Amit Shah, the prime accused in the Sohrabuddin-Kausar Bi murder case, was admitted to the government civil hospital here on Tuesday evening. Mr. Shah, lodged in the Sabarmati central jail, ...
India announces $20m more aid for Pakistan
Krishna had earlier offered $5 million to Qureshi
Pakistan flood: India among top 10 aid-givers
ISLAMABAD: India's decision to increase its flood relief assistance to Pakistan from $ 5 million to $ 25 million has placed it among the top 10 countries/institutions which have loosened their purse strings the most to help Islamabad deal with ...
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