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Formation of group of interlocutors discussed
Parties blame paid news on EC curbs
NEW DELHI: Political parties want relaxation of the Election Commission's curbs on traditional methods of canvassing as they feel excessive limits have resulted in parties finding a way out through “paid news.” At a meeting ...
4 security men killed in naxal ambush
MUMBAI: Two police sub-inspectors and two Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were killed when their jeep was targeted by suspected Naxalites on Monday near Perimili village in southern Gadchiroli, Maharashtra. “It was a ...
Nobel for “test-tube baby” creator
LONDON: Robert Edwards, the British scientist whose pioneering research with his late colleague Patrick Steptoe led to the birth of the world's first “test-tube baby'' in 1978, has won this year's Nobel Prize for medicine. The ...
He brought hope to millions of childless couples
LONDON: Reacting to the Nobel award for British scientist Robert Edwards, Professor Basil Tarlatzis, past-president of the International Federation of Fertility Societies, said it was “a well-deserved honour.'' Mr. Tarlatzis said ...
Post-verdict, the BJP's talk of ‘reconciliation'
NEW DELHI: It is becoming clearer by the day that when the Bharatiya Janata Party and the larger Sangh Parivar talk of “reconciliation” between Hindus and Muslims post-Ayodhya verdict, they simply mean that Muslims must voluntarily ...
Subtle change in Congress' stand
Says Ayodhya verdict is merely a part of judicial processs which will culminate in the Supreme Court
Rath yatra vindicated: Advani
New Delhi: Senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader leader L.K. Advani feels “vindicated” about his Ayodhya ‘rath yatra' in the wake of the Allahabad High Court verdict and prefers a negotiated settlement for building a Ram ...
Resolve Ayodhya issue through dialogue: forum
LUCKNOW: Following Babri litigant, Mohammed Hashim Ansari's initiative to resolve the Ayodhya tangle through talks and opt for an out-of-court settlement, the Forum for Peace and Unity on Monday appealed to all parties to work for finding an ...
Time for dialogue: BJP
Pune: The time has come for a dialogue between the parties to the Ayodhya dispute, BJP spokesman Prakash Javadekar said here on Monday. Addressing journalists, he said the BJP read the nation's mood as wanting a peaceful and early ...
RIM wants joint consultative forum
Seeks inclusion of users, government, service providers in drawing up solution
La Martiniere Principal arrested
KOLKATA: The Principal and three teachers of La Martiniere for Boys School here were arrested on Monday on charges related to corporal punishment meted out to a student who committed suicide in February this year. However, the charge of ...
Opposition to Pakistani guests in Bigg Boss 4
MUMBAI: The Shiv Sena and the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) have opposed the inclusion of two Pakistani guests in the television show Bigg Boss 4, which went on air on Colors TV from Monday. “What is the need to call Pakistani ...
Brazil faces presidential runoff vote
Second round election slated for October 31
Centre in favour of more banks
To send views on discussion paper to RBI on new bank licences soon
COMMONWEALTH GAMES 2010
India opens the Games with a silver and bronze
Nwaokolo picks up Games' first gold
Dominant Australia rules the pool
Alicia Coutts picks up individual medley with new Games record
Wrestling holds the key for India
NEW DELHI: Wrestling, making a return to the Commonwealth Games after eight years, will hold the key for India which hopes to improve its position in the medals tally. The discipline, in just the men's freestyle event, was part of the ...
Arunachal to simplify tourist permit procedure
District administrations told to fix uniform tariffs for hotels and taxis
C.V. Raman's son on a global expedition
KOCHI: Indomitable will power and the spirit of adventure drive many to seafaring. They do not mind sailing between continents through the high seas all alone in their yacht, despite the uncertainties of weather and the threat from pirates. ...
Fee structure: court reserves orders
MTC services hit as staff go on strike
Four held for attacking transport employees following road rage at Padi
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