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Temple trips on loan, US firm evicts priest
January 6, 2008
A Hindu priest and four families have been evicted from a temple by a Virginia-based lending firm which claimed they had ...
Property sales hit, prices too
May 18, 2007
Leap in home
rates have led to drastic dip in sales in recent months, reports Madhurima Nandy.
Mumbai airport revamp to be expedited
April 24, 2007
The Rs 4,200 crore
is used to equip the airport with a capacity to handle 40 million passenger traffic p. ...
Parties trying to grab credit with loan waiver
February 2, 2008
The farmers are getting to watch with amusement a ludicrous spectacle of competitive politics demanding a farm
Helping Vidarbha escape debt, naturally
October 22, 2007
waiver to Vidarbha farmers who go organic; experts warn the switch may not be easy, reports Chi ...
MLA’s cousin beats farmer to death for loan default
August 23, 2007
Moneylender Anil Sananda, a cousin of Congress legislator Dilip Sananda, beat up a farmer for failing to repay a
Loan waiver will do little for Vidarbha farmers
March 11, 2008
The biggest farm
write-off in India’s history will do little for the men who need the most help: the farmers in the ...
Most Vidarbha farmers will not get loan waiver
February 29, 2008
A farmers'leader in Nagpur says finance minister's move will not help most farmers in the Vidarbha region due to the two ...
Sonia hints at wider relief net
March 18, 2008
Addressing a farmers’ rally in Sangli, Gandhi admits the Rs 60,000 crore
waiver announced in the Budget would not b ...
'Proper steps to relax loan waive conditions'
March 17, 2008
Appropriate measures are likely to be taken by the Union Government to relax the two-hectare cap to benefit more farmers ...
Bank makes girl repay father’s debt
May 4, 2007
A co-operative bank recovered a
from the scholarship of a poor Dalit girl student as her father had failed to repay ...
A rising Chinese profile in Nepal
December 20, 2007
Beijing will disburse a concessionary
of $200 mn to Kathmandu to be used for the construction of the upper Trishuli ...
Special fund launched to save tea gardens
June 25, 2007
STPF is formally launched with the signing of a
agreement between the Tea Board of India and representatives of 82 ...
Seven ways inflation will pinch you
April 4, 2008
When inflation goes up, your employer’s costs go up, and to save money, the employer may reduce or hold back your pay in ...
Banks turn on taps as global indices sink
August 11, 2007
A wildfire sweeps across global financial markets fuelled by
defaults in the US, reports N Madhavan.
We are actors, not mannequins: Alia Bhatt defends Sonakshi Sinha
Ben Bradlee, former Washington Post editor who led Watergate coverage dies
Pistorius sentenced to jail: All you need to know about the verdict
High in Pakistan's mountains, women break taboos
It’s Shah Rukh vs Shah Rukh this Deewali
BJP ahead in Maharashtra hung house, may have to woo Shiv Sena
Educated girls don't date guys who don't speak English: Chetan Bhagat
BJP in no hurry, says Sena can join govt without pre-conditions
Owaisi brothers’ party opens account in Maharashtra, wins Byculla seat
Centre fires up growth, deregulates diesel price
Boxing association suspends Sarita Devi, coaches over Asian Games medal protest
3-year-old sexually abused in school, protests erupt in Bangalore again
Ice melting? Sena, BJP talk amid suspense over Maharashtra govt
US teens skip school, leave home; FBI says they may have tried to join ISIS
Delhi: Daughter of DPS principal found dead
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