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Consensus eludes Women's Bill
We favour original version but will not stand in the way of consensus: Left
Prosecution of Mayawati recommended
Enough evidence, CVC tells Supreme Court
Mumbai post-flood toll touches 179
NEW DELHI: The death toll due to diarrhoea, hepatitis, fever, dengue and cholera in the post-flood period in Mumbai has touched 179, Health Minister Anbumani Ramadoss told the Lok Sabha on Monday. In response to the call attention motion of ...
Court notice to Centre, Manipur
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday issued notice to the Centre and the Manipur Government on a public interest litigation petition challenging the economic blockade launched by the All-Naga Students Association, Manipur. A Bench ...
Gujarat Minister set to quit
GANDHINAGAR: A Minister in the Narendra Modi Cabinet in Gujarat, Baukubhai Ugad, known to be close to the dissident leader, Keshubhai Patel, has sought the State party president, Vajubhai Vala's "permission'' to quit the Ministry. Minister of ...
Hospital for HIV patients at Kolathur
The 10-bed centre will provide counselling on hygiene and dietary habits
First step towards linking rivers this week
The ceremony will be held in the presence of Prime Minister in Parliament House
Parliament voices concern over death sentence to Indian in Pakistan
Ahluwalia said 550 Indians were languishing in Pakistani jails
TV rights: BCCI sets fresh deadline
Mumbai: After integrating an addendum to the Invitation To Tender (ITT) the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has set a fresh deadline of 2 p.m., August 26 to receive sealed bids for its four-year television rights from October 1, 2005 ...
ICC defends its decision
Players want their performance to be recognised officially: Malcolm Speed
Court notice on telecast rights
NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Monday issued notices to the Centre, the Board of Control for Cricket in India and ESPN-Star Sports on a petition by Zee Telefilms and Jawahar Goel, seeking quashing of an eligibility condition of an ...
Rs. 150 crores released for relief work in flood-hit areas
Funds will reach Deputy Commissioners today, says Deputy Chief Minister Prakash
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