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Pacts in space, nuclear, defence and pharmaceutical sectors signed
Manmohan releases Rs.400 crore for A.P.
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday released Rs.400 crore for the Andhra Pradesh government as advance from the National Calamity Contingency Fund to take up immediate relief and rehabilitation measures in the State that were ...
Mullaperiyar committee visits new dam site
Kerala officials explain the position of proposed dam
Medvedev urges expeditious punishment for Mumbai attackers
Manmohan for cooperation in intelligence-sharing, anti-terror strategies
NEW DELHI: President Pratibha Patil late on Tuesday night ordered the suspension of B.S. Lalli, 63, Chief Executive Officer of Prasar Bharati, on charges of irregularities in the country's largest public broadcaster. The action came ...
India, Russia sign fighter aircraft pact
NEW DELHI: The biggest defence programme in India's history — the contract for the preliminary design of the Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) — was signed on Tuesday between Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) and Russia's ...
BJP's plan to expand NDA fails to take off
Manmohan asks Ministries to bring down onion prices
NEW DELHI: With the Union government refusing to play Santa Claus and regulate market forces, the merciless rise in onion prices threatens to mar Christmas, New Year and Makar Sankrantri festivities. With several markets reporting a ...
BJP to urge President to advise Karnataka Governor
“He must refrain from politicking in State's administration”
Sena decides not to boycott NDA rally
MUMBAI: It was a tea party that almost went sour. The Shiv Sena has decided after all to take part in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA)'s public rally against corruption in New Delhi on Wednesday. The Sena had threatened to boycott the ...
Court initiates suo motu contempt against Coimbatore police chief
Students' protest holds up traffic for several hours
CHENNAI: Vehicular traffic on the city's key arterial road, Anna Salai, came to a standstill for several hours on Tuesday morning as students residing in Government Adi Dravidar Student Hostels across the city staged a protest near Saidapet ...
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