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Manmohan ignoring MPs’ opinion, says V.P. Singh
NEW DELHI: Voicing his opposition against the Indo-U.S. nuclear deal, the former Prime Minister, V.P. Singh, on Sunday alleged that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was ignoring the opinion of the majority of Members of Parliament ...
Matter of serious import: Karat
“Government does not have majority support on nuclear agreement”
Manmohan condemns Assam attacks
NEW DELHI: The recent attacks on Hindi-speaking people, mostly Biharis, in Assam that has left at least 16 people dead in the State’s Karbi Ablong district has been widely condemned. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh condemned the ...
Can’t ask India to end ties with Iran, says Lieberman
NEW DELHI: A senior American Senator on Sunday said no one can “practically or reasonably” ask India to disengage from its relationship with Iran but New Delhi should use its good offices to convince Tehran against backing ...
Kadirgamar was a fearless man who stood steadfast in defending peace process
CHENNAI: The former Sri Lankan Foreign Affairs Minister, Lakshman Kadirgamar, was a fearless man who stood steadfast in defending the peace process in Sri Lanka and paid for the belief with his own life, speakers at a commemoration of his ...
Eight killed in Himachal
SHIMLA: Normal life in the hill State was affected as heavy rain lashed the entire region on Sunday. At least eight people were feared killed, according to some reports. The roads were blocked at various places and several passengers were ...
Political situation changing fast, says Mulayam Singh
LUCKNOW: Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh on Sunday said the political situation in the country was changing fast and the change could take place before the 2009 Lok Sabha election. Mr. Singh dubbed the nuclear agreement with the ...
Hopeful of sorting out differences: Pranab
HOOGHLY (WEST BENGAL): The Government is hopeful of sorting out differences over the India-U.S. civil nuclear deal with the Left parties through discussions, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee said on Sunday. “We are ...
Indian face in Archie comics thrills fans
New Delhi: Film-crazy Indian-American Raj Patel’s grand entry into Archie comics has triggered a debate among the fans in India. “Is Raj going to stay or is this a temporary character?” asks a fan at the ...
Deal could help PSUs
NEW DELHI: The clearance of the Indo-U.S. nuclear in the coming days is likely to open up a window of opportunities for the public sector undertaking power companies as well as the private sector to make foray into the nuclear power generation ...
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