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Report likely in 4 weeks: Sibal
We are not for legally binding emission cuts: Jairam
There is concerted pressure on India and China at climate change summit to accept such cuts
Kerala: vacate stay in palmolein case
NEW DELHI: The palmolein import case in which P.J. Thomas, now Central Vigilance Commissioner and formerly Kerala official, is cited as one of the accused, took a new turn on Thursday, with the State government moving the Supreme Court for ...
Indian embassy taking up Ambassador “pat down” with State Department
She was taken to a waiting room “despite the staff being told that she was an Ambassador”
Tata hits out at BJP, Rajeev Chandrasekhar
‘Many of the flip-flops in the telecom policy occurred during the BJP regime”
We don't want to get involved in corporate wars: BJP
New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party on Thursday sought to distance itself from Ratan Tata's criticism of the National Democratic Alliance government's telecom policy, saying it did not want to get embroiled in corporate ...
Theatre of political conflict on land shifts
Forcible acquisition of land for setting up of township at Rajarhat alleged
Vittal backs Thomas
NEW DELHI: The beleaguered Central Vigilance Commissioner, P.J. Thomas, on Thursday got the backing of one of his predecessors, N. Vittal, who said there was no need for him to resign. Mr. Vittal cited Mr. Thomas's clean service record ...
China reiterates call for nations to boycott Nobel ceremony
Declines to say if India's expected attendance will have any impact on bilateral ties
Final ODI of a series dominated by India
Host's last ODI in the sub-continent before World Cup
Tiruchi IT Park commissioned
TIRUCHI: The value of software exports from the Tiruchi region will increase several-fold from the existing Rs. 26.21 crore per year with the inauguration of the IT Park of ELCOT at Navalpattu, Deputy Chief Minister M.K. Stalin said on ...
World Cup: former captains back India
NEW DELHI: India will start ‘favourite' for the 2011 ICC World Cup in the assessment of cricketing greats like Sir Vivian Richards, Kapil Dev and Imran Khan. Sri Lanka's Arjuna Ranatunga, however, backs his nation to go all the ...
Officials: fundamentals of India-China ties strong
BRUSSELS: India and China have shown the capacity to deal with various issues and allow the relationship to grow “despite the noise” that often accompanies various issues. On the much talked-about “stapled visa” ...
India-EU pact on movement of persons likely
BRUSSELS: Hectic negotiations between India and the European Union in the last two weeks has resolved the logjam on several issues, including the “bug-bear” intellectual property rights issue with India saying there will be no ...
Dravid warns South Africa
Cape Town: Senior India batsman Rahul Dravid has warned South Africa that it will be making a big mistake if it prepares green-top pitches for the Test series starting next week as his side also possesses no less a potent pace battery than the ...
Health warnings on tobacco ineffective: Anbumani
‘Effective warnings will deter the non-starters'
“We know where leads are going” in Varanasi case
BRUSSELS: All the dots in the Varanasi blast case have yet to be connected and the forensics have been made difficult by the stampede that followed the low intensity explosions on the ghats of the Ganga on Tuesday night. Officials here ...
Two blue whales spotted off the Mangalore coast
KOCHI: Two blue whales (Balaenoptera musculus), the largest mammals on Earth, were recently spotted off the Mangalore coast during a marine survey carried out by the Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute (CMFRI), Kochi. They were ...
Cancun talks at the crossroads
Mexico is making some last-ditch efforts at a consensus
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Dormeuil targets the richy-rich of India
Kyoto Protocol in jeopardy
CANCUN: Japan's refusal to commit to a second period of commitment to the Kyoto Protocol calls into question the very existence of the Protocol, ironically named after a city in that country. Minister of Environment and Forests Jairam ...
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