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Infrastructure push to counter ‘paralysis’

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today set ambitious infrastructure targets for this financial year, pushing an entire array of projects to counter the perception of a policy paralysis....   | Read..
 

Mukul plays truant for poll

Railway minister Mukul Roy today skipped a meeting of infrastructure ministries called by the Prime Minister as he was campaigning for a bypoll to the Mant segment in Mat...   | Read..
 

Gogoi jibe at Sangma

P.A. Sangma’s bid to become President represents the first time a candidate is campaigning for himself, Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi said today....   | Read..
 

Call for President of stature

Wanted, a head of state with an “aura”. ...   | Read..
 

Tihar nod to daily phone calls for all

Former telecom minister A. Raja queued up to make a call, as did a bevy of phone czars, but the likes of Khobad Ghandy remained “on hold”....   | Read..
 
Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan are getting married on October 16, Saif’s sister Soha Ali Khan has confirmed. ...  | Read
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IPS officer wasn’t murdered: CBI

The CBI today chargesheeted the driver of a tractor-trolley that ran over an IPS officer who tr...   | Read..

Cut private calls at work, Kerala tells staff

Trrring! You may not have to cool your heels in a government office in the future while the off...   | Read..
 

Plan panel rejects stink on toilets

The Planning Commission today clarified that Rs 35 lakh wasn’t spent on two of its toilets but an entire block of ...   | Read..

Pratibha scraps visit

President Pratibha Patil today cancelled a scheduled visit to a dairy in Baramati, hours after it was brought to her not...   | Read..

Raja can go home

Former telecom minister A. Raja, who received bail in the 2G case last month, was today allowed by a Delhi court to visit hi...   | Read..

Deemed route plan for foreign varsities

Deadlocked in Parliament, the Centre is exploring a short cut to let foreign universities into India as deemed universit...   | Read..

Blood test to predict post-surgery death risk

A simple blood test may predict the risk of death from unexpected heart attacks after non-cardiac surgery and allow doct...   | Read..

CBSE test with open books

The Central Board of Secondary Education is planning to start open-book board exams for Classes X and XII from 2013....   | Read..

Delhi wary of guns in Bay

Fears that the Bay of Bengal could turn into an American lake under the United States’ new Asia-Pacific military s...   | Read..

US plucks defence thorn in India side

The US is pulling out the stops to take “lynchpin” India on board its new defence and security policy that f...   | Read..

Rs 900cr for office & tunnel for SC

The country’s top court is set to get a spanking new office, just across the road. And just to make sure that lawy...   | Read..