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Hands over to Governor list of 45 MLAs extending support
Julia Gillard to lead government in Australia
Labour to govern with 76 seats in 150-member House
Trade union strike hits banks, industry
NEW DELHI: The dawn-to-dusk strike called by some major trade unions on Tuesday against the UPA government's labour policies and price rise disrupted the functioning of industries, banks and insurance offices, besides road transport and flight ...
SC upholds MLA's election from reserved constituency
A petition had questioned her claim that she belonged to SC community
Civil societies breach India-Pakistan mistrust
They effect the largest release of civilians held prisoners; last batch of 142 jailed men reaches Indian border
Modi government reintroduces compulsory voting bill, intact
But government does not insist on immediate passage of controversial measure
Youth killed in group clash
DEGANGA (WEST BENGAL): One youth was killed and several vehicles were torched in clashes between two groups since Monday night over demarcating the boundary of a burial ground at Nagerjheel here in North 24 Parganas district. Prohibitory ...
P.J. Thomas sworn in CVC
NEW DELHI: President Pratibha Patil administered the oath of office to the former Telecom Secretary, P.J. Thomas, as the 14th Central Vigilance Commissioner (CVC) at a function held in the Rashtrapati Bhavan on Tuesday. Vice-President ...
Federer beats Melzer to make last eight
Leander Paes and Cara Black crash out in the mixed doubles quarterfinals
Twice-winner Peter Carey on Booker shortlist
Bookies' favourite is said to be Tom McCarthy's ‘C'
5 private hospitals to face action
TAMBARAM: Health Minister M.R.K. Panneerselvam on Tuesday said the State government will initiate action against five private hospitals in Kancheepuram district for not conducting medical check-up camps under the Chief Minister Kalaignar ...
Preference for Tamil-medium candidates in jobs
CHENNAI: An ordinance has been promulgated by the Governor to give preference to persons who have studied in Tamil medium for jobs in the State. According to the gazette, candidates who have studied in the Tamil medium have little chance ...
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