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Decision likely in a month: Deora
80 feared drowned in boat tragedy
PATNA: About 80 people are feared drowned after a boat capsized near Shahpur Patori in Samastipur district of Bihar on Monday. According to reports reaching here, the boat on its way to Samastipur from Patna with 100 people went ...
CBI catches up with Ashok Malhotra
The contractor with a fleet of fancy cars was wanted in the Delhi multi-crore land scam
Five more found guilty in serial blasts case
COIMBATORE: Concluding the pronouncement of findings in respect of charges, Judge of the Special Court for Bomb Blast Cases K. Uthirapathy on Monday held five more accused guilty of offences. Sarfudeen (Accused 111) and Sikkander Basha ...
123: Rethink before we go forward
Abu Salem trial: court asked not to give verdict
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday issued notice to the Maharashtra Government and the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on a petition filed by Abu Salem, accused in the 1993 bomb blast case, challenging the TADA court’s order ...
The glitch in India’s away record
India up 1-0 despite Dravid, Kumble not imposing themselves
Left firm on A.P. land agitation
Karat, Bardhan meet Sonia
Pratibha Patil calls for new policy initiative in agriculture sector
Says that despite structural weaknesses, farming is a “living heritage” that should be protected and preserved
V.P. Singh for Parliament resolution on nuclear deal
NEW DELHI: The former Prime Minister, V.P. Singh, in a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, has sought a Parliamentary resolution before any definitive action is taken on the civil nuclear cooperation with the U.S., as the “matter is ...
Unorganised Sector Bill to get more teeth
Move follows “criticism” by a section of people over the proposed legislation
Nationwide strike by CITU tomorrow
NEW DELHI: The Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) has given a call for a nationwide strike on Wednesday to seek comprehensive social security legislation for the unorganised sector workers. CITU president M.K. Pandhe told ...
Israeli Navy Chief on maiden visit
NEW DELHI: Signalling an impetus to defence ties with Israel, the Commander-in-Chief of Israeli Navy, Vice-Admiral David Ben Bashat, is on a maiden visit to India. On Tuesday, Vice-Admiral Bashat will be briefed at the Indian ...
U.S., Iran begin talks on Iraq security
Mechanism in place to sustain the dialogue
India, Israel for strengthening economic ties
Tel Aviv proposes Free Trade Agreement with New Delhi
Bharti, Wal-mart form wholesale venture
To source products from small farmers, manufacturers
TCS dedicated centre for financial solutions
Appoints specialists for the new entity
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