2008, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
asks Tata to stay put Kolkata,
Governor Gopal Krishna
Gandhi today spoke to Ratan Tata and requested him not to
shift the Tata Motors Nano car project from Singur. He told
Tata that he was negotiating with the state government and the
farmers’ representatives for solving the Singur problem
within the next few days.
nuke trade if India tests: US The Bush
administration has assured members of Congress that the US has
the right to terminate nuclear commerce with India in the
event of a nuclear test by New Delhi, according to a
correspondence revealed this week. The State Department made
this assurance in a January 16 letter to Democratic
Congressman Tom Lantos, who was at the time chairman of the
House Foreign Affairs Committee.
and K: Elections are an antidote By H. K. Dua
several worrying weeks, the country is feeling
relieved over the situation in both Jammu and the Valley
getting settled into normalcy. The violence in Jammu and
the repercussions across the Banihal have, however, left
deep scars that will require some time and effort to
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offers to repair barrage on Kosi New Delhi, September 3
an important decision, the Central Government today offered to repair
the breached Bheem barrage on river Kosi, with the help of Army
engineers and the Border Road Organisation (BRO). The breach has caused
a lot of damage in northern Bihar.
PM Gilani’s motorcade attacked Taliban claims responsibility A few unknown gunmen of
Pakistani Taliban showered bullets on the motorcade of Prime Minister
Yousaf Raza Gilani while on way to bring him from the Islamabad Airport
today. "The Prime Minsiter was not traveling in the car and nobody
was injured," a spokesman of the PM House here said.
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to take up inflation today New Delhi, September 3
The government has decided to
discuss measures to tackle inflation and this will be the agenda for the
Cabinet meeting to be held on Thursday. There have been studies by major
domestic and international firms warning the government that inflation
may reach up to 15-17 per cent. The CCP to be chaired by Prime Minister
Manmohan Singh may also review difference in the minimum support price
of different commodities and the market rates, sources said.
burnt my disabled brother alive’ Home minister Shivraj Patil
will never know Motilal Pradhan’s story, or the fact that 346 Dalit
Christians walked over 300 km through mountains and forests to escape
the killers of Kandhamal. Just when the home minister was heading to
Kandhamal for an on-the-spot assessment of the situation, a man of 38
was enduring yet another day of guilt at the Young Men’s Christian
Association (YMCA) complex in the capital.
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