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Opening blues persist for Kolkata
May 12, 2008
What was expected to be the Kolkata's strength has turned out to be an area of concern with few of its openers bowing ou ...
'Indian bureaucracy worst in Asia'
June 3, 2009
A business survey on 12 economies released today showed that India’s “suffocating bureaucracy” was ranked the ...
HC upholds fundamental duties' education in school curriculum
May 5, 2007
HC directs Central as well as UP Governments to take necessary steps to make education of fundamental
and moral e ...
'Moral education must in schools'
May 5, 2007
The Allahabad HC has directed the Central as well as UP Governments to take necessary steps to make education of fundame ...
Notices to actors over failure to pay duties
March 3, 2007
Notices were served in mid-January 2007, and so far, just a few like Akshay Kumar and Rima Sen have responded.
Bombay Hospital workers call off strike
October 18, 2007
Around 2,500 workers of Bombay Hospital resume
after a two-day strike.
After flag-hoisting, taking the pledge
January 20, 2009
While the flag will be flying high, students will stand below it and read out their fundamental rights and
, as en ...
'Patil failed to discharge his duties'
September 18, 2008
In a caustic remark, Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray says that the Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil has not done Maharash ...
22 govt employees suspended in Kishtwar
June 23, 2010
Twenty-two government officials, including three teachers, have been placed under suspension by the Kishtwar District De ...
Handicapped entrepreneur leading the way
April 5, 2007
Meet Megha Suhas Kale, a 43-year-old entrepreneur, who runs a petrol pump and has employed disabled people to discharge ...
350 militiamen fail to report following Taliban threat; sacked
September 12, 2009
Pakistani authorities on Saturday sacked 350 personnel of a tribal militia in the Khyber Agency after they failed to rep ...
Terror shadow on Pak polls
December 25, 2007
Naseema Begum, a government school teacher in Karachi’s middle income Garden Road locality, is not a happy woman. She ha ...
UN says Darfur conflict is getting worse
April 23, 2008
In grim reports to the Security Council, the United Nations aid chief and the representative of the peacekeeping mission ...
Nepal amends constitution to allow VP to resume duties
January 29, 2010
Nepal’s legislature parliament endorsed a seventh amendment to the interim constitution on Thursday evening paving way f ...
Govt mulls fresh duty reductions
April 9, 2008
The government is also looking to cut excise duty on steel from the existing 14 per cent and reducing
on inputs s ...
Movie review by Anupama Chopra: Khoobsurat is pretty plain
Gloves off: Dhoni snubs hotel for not allowing biryani from Rayudu’s residence
Bihar toilet project founder is $1,00,000-global award finalist
Apple faces smartwatch ambush
Mandolin falls silent: Srinivas remembered by music lovers
Pak politicians ejected out of plane for delay
So what about Bollywood itself, Deepika?
Assembly bypolls: BJP jolted in all, except Bengal
Better Together with UK: Scotland votes against independence
$100bn to $20bn: What missing billions say about Sino-India ties
Divided BJP-Sena's united front: Tussle may continue even if allies come to power
No low tide for Modi, bypoll results mark defeat of BJP's hardcore wing
LIVE - Asian Games 2014: Jitu Rai gets India off to golden start
10 things to know about Alibaba's big debut on the NYSE
India, China remain cautious despite warmth
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