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Bill to create independent nuclear authority soon
Airport development fee quashed
In Delhi, it is Rs. 200 for domestic passenger, Rs.1,300 for international traveller
Kalmadi, two others remanded in CBI custody
For “criminal conspiracy” to award TSR contract to Swiss firm
Sandal hurled at Kalmadi
NEW DELHI: A youth on Tuesday hurled a sandal at the former Commonwealth Games Organising Committee chairman, Suresh Kalmadi, at the Patiala House Courts complex here. The sandal missed Mr. Kalmadi, and the police immediately subdued the ...
Stockholm convention: is India thawing?
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: India on Tuesday raised objections relating to the “absence of alternatives” and “procedural violations” to the recommendation for a global ban on endosulfan at the conference of parties to the ...
Left MPs stage dharna for ban on endosulfan
NEW DELHI: Carrying forward the protest demanding a global ban on the pesticide endosulfan, Left MPs on Tuesday staged a dharna in the Parliament House and urged the Centre to support the ban — a decision already taken by some 80 ...
Buddhadeb in fray in crucial phase III
Key Ministers, Opposition leader among 479 candidates contesting 75 seats
Buddhadeb's road show attracts huge crowds
KOLKATA: Painted faces, balloons, umbrellas, large cut-outs of the party symbol being waved along with the party flag — everything about the procession that started at the gates of the Botanical Gardens in Howrah district on Tuesday was ...
Manmohan pays homage to Sai Baba
PUTTAPARTHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi led thousands of mourners, who came from different parts of the country, in paying their last respects to Sathya Sai Baba on Tuesday evening. They flew in here ...
“Indian names on Swiss bank list”
New Delhi: In comments that could fuel a fresh controversy over the black money issue, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Tuesday said there are Indian names in the Swiss bank data list that are going to be made public. “Yes, ...
Top politicians and corporate honchos rub shoulders in Tihar
For the first time, high-ranking bureaucrats are also lodged in the jail
Dinakaran moves Supreme Court for stay of removal proceedings
Challenges order rejecting plea that P.P. Rao recuse himself
Summon Sanjiv Bhatt as witness, Manch urges Nanavati panel
High Court grants injunction till June 7 against publishing book on Jayalalithaa
CHENNAI: The Madras High Court on Tuesday granted an injunction till June 7 restraining a publisher from publishing former Chief Minister Jayalalithaa's biography, “Jayalalithaa – A Portrait.” Justice V. Ramasubramanian ...
Guantánamo prisoners “radicalised” in the U.K.
Russia proposes global nuclear safety plan
G8 to discuss Medvedev's proposal at summit
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