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CIMA Gallary

Air India derecognises striking union, sacks 10 pilots

Updated: Tuesday at 14:35 hrs (IST)
Air India on Tuesday sacked ten agitating pilots, de-recognised their union and sealed its offices as around 160 of them failed to join duty, leading to cancellation of five international flights since midnight. ...   | Read..
 

Pilot versus pilot: HC to pronounce its verdict on Friday

Updated: Tuesday at 19:40 hrs (IST)
The Delhi High Court said on Tuesday that it would pronounce on Friday the verdict on the plea of a pilots' body of erstwhile domestic carrier ...   | Read..
  • Air India tells striking pilots to join work by evening or face action (and is also sending doctors to their homes)
Updated: Tuesday at 01:14 hrs (IST)

  • AI flights cancelled after 100 pilots refuse to join work

Updated: Tuesday at 12:11 hrs (IST)
 

RBI has little room for lowering interest rate further: Gokarn

Updated: Tuesday at 19:40 hrs (IST)
The Reserve Bank of India has little room for lowering interest rates further as it still sees inflationary pressure in the medium to long term, Deputy ...   | Read..
 

2G case: Essar Teleholdings tells court CBI misleading it, distorting truth

Updated: Tuesday at 19:40 hrs (IST)
Essar Teleholdings Ltd (ETHL) on Tuesday told a Delhi court hearing the 2G spectrum case that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)...   | Read..
 
Bounty on Saeed demonstrates US seriousness on terror: Clinton
Updated: Tuesday at 18:40 hrs (IST)
Describing Hafiz Saeed as one of the “principal architects” of Mumbai terror attacks, US on Tuesday said the bounty of $10 million on his head demonstrated American...   | Read..
 

Her opportunity

Hillary Clinton came, Hillary Clinton saw (mostly NGOs) and now it’s up to Mamata Banerjee to decide if the chief minister can conquer the urge for distractions and use the opportunity to turn the tide....   | Read..
 

If it’s FDI, everybody loves a loud fight

The US and the Bengal government tonight sought to address their constituencies on foreign direct investment in retail, splitting hairs on whether the issue was discussed at ...   | Read..
 

VAT cut on table to keep planes flying

The state government is ready to consider a request to reduce VAT on aviation fuel if airlines reciprocate the gesture by increasing services in and out of Ranchi that is now...   | Read..
 

Connect with CM on web

Chief minister Tarun Gogoi, who is into his third term, is becoming “more accessible, more informative and more lively” through a web portal of his own. The move ...   | Read..
 

Baitha disowns NDA tag

Palamau MP Kameshwar Baitha of the JMM has said he did not consider his party to be a part of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and that even though no forma...   | Read..
 

HC nod for sex change

Bidhan Baruah, the 21-year-old man from Guwahati who had approached the Bombay High Court to be allowed to undergo a sex change operation, was given a go-ahead by the court t...   | Read..
 
Leader of Opposition Sushma Swaraj and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during a meeting in New Delhi on Tuesday. Picture by Prem Singh
 
 
Quote of the day
Donít get me into so much trouble
Hillary Clinton
to questions about whether she will run for President in 2016
Rushdie rings freedom alarm
Salman Rushdie has voiced concern at what he calls the growing intolerance of freedom of expression...   | Read..
Hillary lands as Delhi loses ally
Hillary Clinton left for New Delhi, her hands greatly strengthened in America’s capacity ...   | Read..
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Ally Trinamul Congress today gave the Centre a scare by voting against a bill, sending the governme...   | Read.. 
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What it takes to be a woman on top
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Supari gang cuffs on Congress leader
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Demand heat on candidates
Civic poll campaigning has provided the ideal platform to citizens to voice their demands and compla...   | Read.. 
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Morcha doubts Barla
The Terai-Dooars units of the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha have sent a report to the central committee of...   | Read.. 
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Perpetual outsider
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Cool Knights displace DareDevils from top
Kolkata Knight Riders' juggernaut kept on rolling in the fifth edition of the Indian Premier League...   | Read.. 
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Sharper austerity debate in Europe after polls
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FM blinks on budget proposals
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Missed: the big !
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Aadhaar as crime buster and how
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Imphal students intensify agitation
Students in Manipur intensified their agitation demanding justice in Richard Loitam and Okram Laaba...   | Read.. 
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One-sided snag hits bus bays
Commuters are raising questions about the utility of the location of new bus bays for city buses on...   | Read..