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Hillary, Delhi agree to disagree on Iran

Hillary Clinton today “welcomed” India’s moves to cut oil imports from Iran while pressing for “continuing progress” as Washington stuck to its stand on the nuclear-ambitious West Asian nation but appeared to appreciate Delhi’s strategic limitations as well....   | Read..
 

PM Teesta assurance

Bangladesh foreign minister Dipu Moni today said Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had “reassured” her that India would deliver on its commitment to ink the Teesta wa...   | Read..
 

Trinamul keeps up torment

Ally Trinamul today accused the Centre of ruling the country “at the cost” of states, keeping up its attack on the government a day after it voted with the Op...   | Read..
 

Ring of multiple-war cry, eye on purse

Defence minister A.K. Antony today said India’s armed forces were being equipped to fight multiple wars at the same time because of a new perception that threats in...   | Read..
 

Whiff of drug approval scam

The Union health ministry’s drug regulators have broken laws of the land, approving drugs without trials, at times relying on dubious stamps of approval from privat...   | Read..
 
Hillary Clinton and Dipu Moni in New Delhi on Tuesday. (PTI)
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NREGA aid for self-help

Individuals can dig a pond, build a poultry shelter or a latrine on their own land at governmen...   | Read..

Rap on highway panel

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is tardy with existing projects and yet keeps p...   | Read..
 

Muslims welcome

Muslim leaders and clerics today welcomed the Supreme Court order for progressive elimination of the Haj subsidy, and de...   | Read..

Flexible Pranab

Pranab Mukherjee today demonstrated his profound understanding of the system, the institutional responsibility of the go...   | Read..

Billionaire for an hour

Haryana farmer Sushil Kumar wanted to check if a friend had deposited Rs 40,000 in his account. He found out, to his sho...   | Read..

Surname bar in tax ads

The government today said the income tax department had been asked not to use surnames in media campaigns, amid objection on...   | Read..

CBI freeze on Jagan accounts

The CBI today froze the accounts of Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy-owned Jagati Publications, Indira TV and Janani Infra. ...   | Read..

Entrance test plan for law colleges

Admissions to law colleges might get tougher....   | Read..