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Monday , September 3 , 2012
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Scrap-coal allocation dilemma for govt

The government appears unwilling to accept the BJP’s conditions for ending the Parliament standoff, with sources saying a blanket cancellation of coal block licences could hand the Opposition further ammunition to gun for the Prime Minister....   | Read..

One more terror arrest in Bangalore

A youth was arrested in Bangalore late last night as part of a crackdown on a “terror module” in Karnataka in which 17 persons have been picked up so far.<...   | Read..

Processed milk scare persists

A government laboratory has detected cancer-causing fungal toxins exceeding safety limits in samples of ultra-high-temperature processed milk, suggesting that a contamina...   | Read..

Smart card for train, Metro rides

Passengers will soon be able to use smart cards to buy train tickets on the Delhi-Howrah and Delhi-Mumbai routes, and also in Calcutta Metro. ...   | Read..

Backlog glare on women’s cell

The National Commission for Women has acted on less than a fourth of the cases registered with it since 2007 and been able to close less than one in eight....   | Read..
Scrap-coal allocation dilemma for govt
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Sacked: cop with supernatural shooter theory

A sacked CRPF constable who claimed he was shot by “supernatural” powers and had no...   | Read..

Like blogger, like twitterer

L.K. Advani has echoed in a blog post what Sushma Swaraj has tweeted....   | Read..

Panel asks questions on Rae Bareli varsity

The Planning Commission has asked a central ministry to justify its proposal to set up a women’s university in Ra...   | Read..

For Varanasi widows, salvation is in ‘thorns’

When the pain becomes excruciating, Lakhyi Pal smiles....   | Read..

Jaya red cards Lankan team

A political leader has refused to let a sports team from a neighbouring country play in the leader’s state —...   | Read..