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One cure for all ills: Bengal bandh

Not scenarios I, II or III but the tried-and-tired scenario of a bandh will unfold in Bengal and some parts of the country on Thursday in protest against the diesel price hike and the decision to throw open retail to foreign investors....   | Read..
 

PMO to clear green hurdles to projects

All environment-related roadblocks relating to government projects will be handled by the Prime Minister’s Office, finance minister P. Chidambaram has told a review...   | Read..
 

Anti-nuke leader goes underground

S.P. Udayakumar, spearhead of the Kudankulam protests, is apparently moving to a different village every day to evade the police while the demand for his arrest gets shri...   | Read..
 

Saudi puts deportation of suspect on hold

Saudi Arabia has declined to deport Fasih Mohammed, the alleged conspirator behind a blast in Bangalore and a shooting in Delhi, to India without investigating his role first...   | Read..
 

Proposal to deliver subsidy in cash

The Planning Commission has proposed a slash in fuel and fertiliser subsidies, and subsidy delivery through cash transfer to the beneficiaries’ bank accounts rather...   | Read..
 
Olympic bronze medallist in badminton Saina Nehwal prays at the Venkateswara temple in Tirupati on Sunday. Picture by G Vijayalakshmi
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Bar, lobby on talks venue list to Dhaka

When Bangladesh culture minister Abul Kalam Azad arrived here last week to meet his Indian coun...   | Read..

Lenin lesson to Karat at JNU

Prakash Karat needs to do more to teach his juniors how they should strike a balance between ke...   | Read..
 

Red card to hockey-stick party pooper

Assistant commissioner Vasant Dhoble, the officer whose hockey stick and camera terrorised Mumbai’s party-goers ti...   | Read..