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BJP opposes demand, Left for package
My work as your ‘sepoy' has just begun, Rahul tells tribals
He lauds them for their success in the fight against Vedanta mining project
IT exemption limit to be raised to Rs. 2 lakh
NEW DELHI: Come next fiscal, all taxpayers will have something to cheer about as the Union Cabinet on Thursday approved the long-awaited Direct Taxes Code (DTC) Bill under which the government has proposed to hike the income tax exemption ...
Legislative Council: EC prepares draft proposal
CHENNAI: The Election Commission has prepared the draft proposal for the system of local authorities' constituencies (LAC) for the Legislative Council. The Chennai Corporation can send two nominees to the Legislative Council under the ...
Manmohan for non-lethal crowd control measures
‘The public order dimension in Jammu and Kashmir has become a cause for serious concern'
Policemen should not become rights violators: NHRC chief
NEW DELHI: Chairperson of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Justice K. G. Balakrishnan on Thursday asked top police officials to understand that a misplaced protective approach towards acts of omission and commission by their ...
Kashmiris want to stay with India: Farooq
NEW DELHI: Asserting forcefully and passionately that the people of Jammu and Kashmir, including areas under Pakistani occupation, want to be with India, Union Minister and National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah on Thursday said those who ...
Bill to protect whistleblowers tabled in Lok Sabha
NEW DELHI: The government on Thursday introduced a legislation that would protect whistleblowers and provide severe punishment to those who expose the identity of, or try to victimise, such people. The Public Interest Disclosure and ...
“Draw constantly from Mother Teresa's example”
KOLKATA: As Mother Teresa's birth centenary celebrations commenced here on Thursday, Pope Benedict XVI has sent a message to the Missionaries of Charity, joining “spiritually” in the celebrations and giving the order and the people ...
Detention of Indian “quite disturbing”
Praveen — ideal for Tests too
He has control over swing and bowls in the right areas
Track repaired at Nehru Stadium
NEW DELHI: A cave-in at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium that caused damage to the track was kept under wraps for more than a week before it was revealed on Thursday. The damage to the track had been repaired while another smaller portion, ...
Saina storms into quarterfinals
Japan's Hirose stuns top seed Yihan Wang
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An offer he can't refuse
Now make phone calls from Gmail
New York: Google is all set to allow its users to make phone calls from its e-mail service, Gmail. With the new facility, Gmail users will be able to make landline as well as mobile phone calls from their e-mail accounts. The Internet ...
Depreciating wages of MGNREGA workers causes concern
NEW DELHI: The working group on wages, constituted under the auspices of the Central Employment Guarantee Council (CEGC) that governs the functioning of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGA), in a report, has ...
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