Thursday, January 7, 2010

Thursday, January 07, 2010

• India, Japan to develop solar city
• Textile policy will be restructured: Maran
• Too much stimulus can be injurious: Chawla
• Create congenial atmosphere(Telangana)
• Encouraging high-speed trains
• Most attacks opportunistic: Australian envoy
• Jyoti Basu’s condition critical
• India looking to re-energise links with Zambia, says Hamid Ansari
• India rejects World Bank aid for tiger conservation(Because WB will count the tigers?)
• Effluents floating in River Noyyal
• ‘Identity’ profiling soon at U.K. airports
• Obama and the Muslim world
• Court suggests cess on fuel to create fund for accident victims
• Remembering a legend
• ‘Right to free education law will be enforced in April-May’
• Bihar says no to Bt brinjal
• Dismantling of Platinum-II allowed
• Goa A-G told to pay costs for seeking adjournment
• Karandlaje fights for ban on endosulfan
• A new look at migration issues in India
• First Pravasi Film Fest comes to a close
• Centre, UGC differ on deemed varsity status to medical college
• Tales of great Amazon civilisation true
• U.S. spy failings in Afghanistan
• Dos and Don’ts

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