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Manmohan to meet group of editors today
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is to meet a small group of editors on Wednesday morning to discuss issues ranging from corruption charges against the government to continuing inflation and unemployment. The informal interaction ...

China had not approached Google for six months
NEW DELHI: Google's latest ‘Transparency Report' shows that a Vietnamese request to the search engine to “remove search results on a particular word that generated results that contained allegedly unflattering depictions of past ...

Mayawati rules out reduction in tax on diesel
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Tuesday ruled out the possibility of further reduction in the tax on diesel. In a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, she said that when compared to Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Tamil ...

Records show Adarsh housing society is built on Defence land
Allotment order sent by Revenue Dept. to Mumbai Collector proves this

KMSS accused of links with Maoists

NIT Council rejects proposal to increase students' fees
NEW DELHI: Rejecting a proposal to increase the fees for students of National Institutes of Technology (NITs), the NIT Council on Tuesday agreed to conduct a review of the system as it completes a decade of its existence. The review will ...

Sanjiv Bhatt asked to pay Rs.1 lakh to Gujarat treasury

Safe chemicals prescribed: Rubber Board
KOTTAYAM: The Rubber Board has clarified that the fungicides, insecticides and weedicides recommended for managing plant deceases are safe for spraying in rubber plantations. Ever since the controversy over endosulphan erupted, there had ...

Cyber Cell to monitor codes used for rave
Mumbai: Following the crackdown on a rave in Raigad, the Maharashtra government has asked the Cyber Cell to keep a tab on social networking sites such as Orkut and Facebook for party announcements. “Certain codes, such as ...

No false promises, says Omar
SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday surprised hundreds of people at Beerwah in Budgam district after he refused to make a commitment for according district status to the town, and left the venue, leaving all his ...

NHRC notice to U.P. Chief Secretary, DGP on detention of journalist

Orissa SPCB asks NTPC to stop power generation at 4 units in Talcher plant

1400-year-old mosque to be restored to its original form
Cheraman Juma Masjid in Kodungallur was reconstructed many times to accommodate rising number of believers

17 dead, 9 lakh affected in West Bengal rains
Kolkata: Seventeen people have died and over nine lakh people have been affected in the nearly fortnight-long spell of rains in West Bengal. Ten districts have been affected by heavy floods, Disaster Management Minister Javed Khan has said in ...

Mining firms worried over documents
BANGALORE: Mining companies and political leaders in the State allegedly involved in illegal mining are growing anxious. Not only is the Lokayukta's final report to be submitted soon, but they are also worried about certain sealed documents ...

2 more vaults opened at temple
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The seven-member committee appointed by the Supreme Court to make an inventory of the contents of the six vaults (kallaras) inside Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple here opened two more of them on Tuesday. The first to be ...

Poondi reservoir receives steady inflow
The volume of Krishna water at State border may increase

CBI gets representation on Essar owners
NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation, probing the 2G spectrum allocation scam, has received representation from various eminent persons, including a former Chief Justice of India and a former Solicitor-General of India, who have ...

Planning Commission likely to meet next month
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will chair the full-fledged meeting of the Planning Commission next month to approve the ‘Approach Paper' to the 12th Five Year Plan (2012-17) that is likely to focus on raising economic growth to ...

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