Saturday, July 31, 2010

Saturday, July 31, 2010


• ‘Inflation to reach 6 % by Dec'
• Industry bigwigs to work out operational plan for raising farm growth
• Conference on global warming
• ‘Infrastructure development should overtake demand'
• Small industries convention on August 1
• A deepening relationship
• The vote and beyond
• Khel Ratna for Saina Nehwal
• Due priority to curb money power, says new CEC
• The politics of Taliban reconciliation
• NIA to probe Samjhauta case link with 3 other blasts
• ‘India and Pakistan must use water as a tool to build trust'
• Retirement age for High Court judges to be raised
• ‘Include dyslexia as a disability while amending RTE Act'
• India, Nepal agreement on wildlife conservation
• Unexamined danger off the shores
• Gender war, yet to be won
• The great mantra

Friday, July 30, 2010

Friday, July 30, 2010

• Upbeat with caveats
• Pakistan must crack down on all terror groups, says Cameron
• Food inflation dips to single digit (base effect)
• India, Vietnam agree to firm up defence ties
• Decks clearing for Iran nuclear talks
• Blueprint for farm growth
• Chawla demits office; Quraishi to take over
• All-round Internet connectivity by mid-2011
• The impasse in Nepal
• Redeeming a pledge

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Thursday, July 29, 2010

• Afghan war exposed
• Sun power
• Opposition plea for adjournment motion rejected
• David Cameron sees vast opportunities for British firms in India's growth story
• 152 die in Pakistan plane crash
• Lord Parekh named political philosopher
• 85 per cent displaced resettled: Colombo
• Looking back at the Indo-Sri Lanka Accord
• Pranab opposes adjournment motion
• Voting would have put allies at a disadvantage
• Conflicting signals on inclusion of non-poor in PDS
• Nod for Constitutional Amendment on reservation for women in Panchayats
• India yet to get sense of ‘new' relationship idea (Good one)
• No agreement on price regulation and penalty clause in the Seeds Bill
• Most significant quality

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

• RBI: Inflation a major concern
• ‘Another calibrated step in right direction'
• Securities Bill introduced in Lok Sabha
• Probe the policy, not the leak
• A calibrated tightening
• Quraishi new Chief Election Commissioner
• RBI hikes rates to tame price rise
• It is a crime to allow food to rot; let the poor get it if you cannot distribute, Supreme Court tells Central government
• Cameron to lay foundation for deeper ties with India
• Aiyar remarks on Games trigger furore (Aiyar goes formally mad!!!)
• Convince India on terrorism, U.S. tells Pakistan ( The way we are going, may be Pakistan will manage to convince us!!!!)
• China plans air and rail network to boost infrastructure
• New sanctions on Iran unacceptable, says Russia (Nirupama Rao said it weeks back)
• A stronger, wider, deeper relationship
• Sponsorship of terror must cease forthwith: India
• Quality auditing of rural job scheme to be conducted
• India's place in an expanding East Asia
• How to serve the Lord

CGTMSE

10 years of successful operations of Credit Guarantee Fund Trust for Micro and Small Enterprises (CGTMSE).Credit Guarantee Scheme is an important instrument in achievement of the national goal of inclusive growth. CGTMSE does this: gives guarantee cover which works as an effective alternative to collaterals. CGTMSE was set up in 2000 by the Government and Small Industries Development Bank of India to provide collateral/third party guarantee to new as well as existing Micro and Small Enterprises, with a maximum credit cap of Rs. 100 lakh (Rupees Hundred lakh only) under its Credit Guarantee Scheme (CGS).

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

• RBI hints at hike in rates
• ‘WTO rules against EU on hi-tech products'
• 5 PSU sell-offs this fiscal
• Multiple betrayals(MI5 and Chilcot Inquiry)
• No accord on adjournment motion
• Interceptor missile hits the bull's eye
• Chandrayaan-2 payloads to be decided next month
• Another milestone
• Taliban aided by Pakistan, documents suggest
• The Russian-Iranian road map
• Parliament adjourns after paying tributes
• Mayawati terms Sibal's comments “irresponsible”
• Cameron arriving today
• Goa-Karnataka water row: Centre asked to spell out stand on tribunal
• The greatness of Rama

Monday, July 26, 2010

Monday, July 26, 2010



• Doubts over European banks' stress tests
• An upbeat assessment anticipates the monetary policy review
• A pragmatic approach (GST Proposals)
• Protecting livelihoods
• Naidu for debate on rights of lower riparian States
• Session set for confrontation
• Another round of nuclear diplomacy on Iran begins
• RTE Act: some rights and wrongs
• Over two lakh undertrials released or granted bail: Moily
• ‘No row between people of Maharashtra, Telangana'
• Arundhati Roy, Indra Nooyi among 30 most inspiring women
• Centre ties up funds for solar energy
• Detracting from entitlements (Brinda Karat)
• Where are all the new social networks?
• Saving grace of God

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Saturday, July 24, 2010

• Rangarajan lists priority initiatives for sustaining high growth
• India, U.S. sign counter-terrorism initiative
• ‘Monitor military aid to Pakistan'
• Muivah meets Chidambaram
• U.S. sanctions target Haqqani network
• Three Gorges Dam faces a tough test
• No winner in Nepal run-off election
• Britain: redefining its global status
• Interceptor missile test at Balasore on Monday
• We don't want nuclear liability Bill in present form: CPI(M)
• Supreme Court: assess value of homemaker services properly
• Experts for caste census
• Women's Bill to be brought for consideration in Lok Sabha
• Go for the doable in SAARC, says Menon
• India's first scientific expedition in November
• Against abuse of the contempt power
• Amazon deforestation in dramatic decline
• WTO urges cooperation in natural resources trade
• Symbol of Truth

Friday, July 23, 2010

Friday, July 23, 2010


• India will be 3rd largest FDI recipient in 2010-12(Yipeeeeeeeee)
• Obama signs historic Bill
• GST will make India a $2-trillion economy soon, says Pranab
• RBI allows take-out finance
• Food inflation eases to 12.5 %
• Scaling Mount Improbable(Murli’s 800)
• Governance and the ‘Fifth Estate'(Loved it )
• PIL plea against DGP appointment dismissed(Should be renamed Funny Interest Litigation!)
• India has a major role in Afghanistan: U.S.(!!!!)
• ‘Paid news' interferes with concept of free, fair and objective press: Pratibha Patil
• “Few steps” by Pakistan not enough, says U.S.
• Indian-American appointed co-chairman of innovation and entrepreneurship council
• A computer for Rs. 1,500 unveiled(Digital Divide being bridged)
• Rock art site found in Tamil Nadu
• India, Pakistan look to settle water dispute
• Kosovo's independence is legal, rules ICJ
• Facebook reaches 500 million users
• Octopus Paul honoured by Spanish town
• India's counter-insurgency conundrum
• Forest Ministry free to say ‘no' to Vedanta, says AG
• New pension scheme for low-income workers(NPS Lite. Govt gets hip!!)
• IATR and the World Classical Tamil Conference

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Thursday, July 22, 2010


• BP mulls selling interest in Vietnam gas project
• Rangarajan to brief Manmohan
• Uphold regulatory autonomy
• Welcome Studsat
• Violence rocks Bihar legislature
• Pranab proposes three-tier GST
• Nepal to hold poll for Premier again
• U.S. keen on India playing benign role in Afghanistan
• Cartosat-2B sends pictures of Allahabad, Madurai
• Delink spill from Megrahi: Cameron
• Terrorists from Af-Pak border killing our people, says Obama
• Time for lasting peace in Sri Lanka: U.S.
• ‘One Rupee Bank' set to become a boon for them (SBI's ‘One Rupee Bank' kiosks, the country's first)
• ‘Increasing reflectivity of clouds a way to cool earth'
• Vaiko, Velu appear before EC, request review of notice
• Draft law unveiled for ‘Innovation Universities'
• Naidu emerges winner in Babli row
• Death is inevitable

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Wednesday, July 21, 2010


• Bill to replace ULIP ordinance in monsoon session: Chawla(Gov.Subba Rao wants it withdrawn)
• Inflation may come down to 5-6 %
• Framework for infrastructure financing by insurance firms on anvil
• ADB raises Asia's GDP forecast
• No margin for error
• Ending the impasse
• Karzai sets 2014 deadline for pullout of foreign forces
• Home Ministry appoints official spokesperson
• Another Indian attacked in Australia
• ‘Headley revealed strong militant-official nexus'
• Legislators lock horns in Bihar Assembly; over 12 MLAs injured in free-for-all
• ‘Afghan peace process must be conducted in inclusive manner'
• Hope inflation will moderate by end of monsoon, says Pranab
• ‘Paid news:' Chavan challenges EC
• “Internally displaced Tamils should be settled in original places”
• Court's concern at development at the cost of livelihood of landowners
• All set for Nepal Premier election today
• Undermining the regulatory system
• Committee concludes hearing in Justice Sen removal proceedings
• Anti-collision device system still a distant reality
• Making sense of Sarkozy's veil threat
• Diamonds can make the difference(blood/conflict diamonds)
• Pride leads to sins

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Monday, July 19, 2010




• Takeover norms: panel for raising acquisition threshold to 25 %
• Exports up 32 % in April-June
• ‘Listing of PSEs must for unlocking true valuations'
• Terrible train of accidents
• Growth projections and caveats
• 67 killed in train smash
• Hillary: enduring commitment to Pakistan
• 8.5 % GDP growth fine by me: Pranab
• India to assist Seychelles in anti-piracy operations
• India's first RTI library named after Prakash Kardaley
• South Chief Ministers' meet today
• Media hype and the reality of “new” India
• Pre-requisites for sustainable food security
• Read the Riot Act, rein in khap panchayats: Rights Watch
• Left parties demand stoppage of iron ore export
• ‘Make child rights cells mandatory for schools'
• In a year of hectic travel, Krishna has clocked 27 countries
• African First Ladies to discuss HIV/AIDS
• Exemplary devotion


















19/06/10

• Micro finance: whether a charitable activity?
• The new symbol of rupee: a step towards globalisation
• Role of trade in economic growth
• MSMEs woes: solution lies in neo liberal policies
• Winning credibility in Kashmir
• Hooliganism pure and simple
• Babli project: Chavan rejects Rosaiah's plea
• Action plan to clear pending cases soon: Moily
• Interaction a positive step, says Malik
• Mukesh Ambani in key U.N. group
• Vayalar: steps planned against fraudulent marriages by NRIs
• India denied export of goods to Afghanistan through Wagah
• Major project to build comprehensive DNA database of birds in India
• New Constitution timeline in Nepal
• OSCE police force for Kyrgyzstan
• U.K. rules out burqa ban as “un-British”
• Indian-origin woman named economics professor at Harvard
• Key Afghan conference on Tuesday
• Equal Rights: A Matter of Pride
• ‘Don't use inherent powers to stifle legitimate prosecution'
• Health sector reforms must cover us too: paramedical staff
• Task force to design curriculum for rural heath care cadre
• Heritage Rail Museum to be set up
• How not to have a round of talks
• Aids drugs ‘can reduce spread of disease'
• Call for levy on foreign exchange
• Source of sacred wisdom

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Saturday, July 17, 2010

• Kaushik Basu favours gradual exit from monetary stimulus
• China's slowing growth could hit India's exports
• Engagement must go forward
• Symbolic revaluation
• Terrorism issue first, insisted India
• “Not for selective approach”
• Bhardwaj wants ‘tainted' Ministers to go
• States will be consulted on Food Security Bill, says Sharad Pawar
• Historic Wall Street reform passed
• CCMB scientist finds two new bacteria in Arctic
• Manmohan seeks advice of Karunanidhi on Sri Lanka issue
• “De-hyphenating” Sino-Indian ties
• Final hearing today in Justice Sen removal proceedings
• Child Rights panel indicts La Martiniere for violation
• Swaminathan urges scientists to work with farmers
• The perils of ‘half-way house' diplomacy
• June 2010 was hottest recorded worldwide
• Release from bondage

Friday, July 16, 2010

Friday, July 16, 2010

• Food inflation creeps up to 12.81 %
• Polaris to offer cloud computing solutions to rural banks
• To ban or not to ban
• Europe's foreign fancies
• India, Pakistan decide to remain engaged
• Rupee joins elite club
• I hit upon representative Devanagari, says winner
• Pakistan troops target Indian posts
• NIA withdraws plea seeking NBWs against Headley, Rana
• Jones' visit fortifies strategic partnership: U.S.
• Nag's final validation trials completed
• State cannot compel minority institutions to implement quota: Supreme Court
• Food inflation creeps up to 12.81 %
• Saina is now ranked No. 2
• I have a Constitutional duty: Bhardwaj
• World's largest aircraft makes first commercial landing in India-Airbus A380
• Major projects in North, East: Colombo
• S.D. Sharma took just 6 days to act on mercy plea
• Breach of privilege motion against Ashok Chavan
• EC to hear parties on derecognition notices
• Central assistance for fast track courts extended
• No amendments to RTE Act: Ministry
• Khap panchayats conceal caste issue by bringing up gotra: Brinda
• Striving for a pure mind

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Thursday, July 15, 2010
• Inflation moves up to 10.55 % in June
• India Oman fund to be set up
• Gubernatorial overreach
• Gender & urban development
• Centre proposes Unified Command to fight Naxals
• NAC for food security in one-fourth of districts, for now
• Krishna cites Headley proof
• Formula to revise petrol prices soon
• Poverty more in India than sub-Saharan Africa
• Gaza-bound ship changes course
• Leh berries to dot Himalayan deserts by 2020
• Rajapaksa holds Cabinet meet in Kilinochchi
• Worst year for Afghanistan: report
• 300 held in raids on north Italy's ‘Ndrangheta mafia
• Findings of Bhutto commission final: Ban
• India's Africa policy: can we do better?
• Manmohan: Centre and States should coordinate better
• Khap panchayats conceal caste issue by bringing up gotra, says Brinda
• RTE Act not binding on madrasas: Purandeswari
• Stage set for talks
• Approval for raising 34 IRB battalions
• Impermanence of victory

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

• Centre keen to contain fiscal deficit
• NSSF structure, interest rates to be reviewed
• Checking child sexual abuse
• Behind Vostok-2010
• Bhardwaj wants action against two Ministers
• Make disputed areas Union Territory: Chavan
• Manmohan to preside over meeting of Naxal-affected States today
• Communal violence bill: activists, government at loggerheads
• China hopes India will keep its word on Tibet-related issues
• Cartosat-2B to become operational in a week
• At 22, Tulsi becomes assistant professor at IIT
• India, Brazil, Germany, Japan must get permanent U.N. seats: France
• Srinivas reprimanded by EC
• U.S. cautions India against “business as usual” with Iran
• Nepal to elect new Prime Minister
• Women to be ordained as bishops
• Pakistan looking for sign of accommodation from India
• French Lower House votes ban on veil
• Beyond prescriptive targets
• APL can be roped into food security scheme by limiting BPL quota: Rangarajan
• We want 865 villages: Chavan
• Substantive dialogue is still some distance away
• In diplomatic chess, prisoners are the pawns
• Like her mother

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Tuesday, July 13, 2010
• Industrial growth dips to 11.5% in May
• Fed chief Bernanke keen to boost credit for small businesses
• Sunset clause for base rate migration likely
• Viva Espana & South Africa
• Early humans in a colder climate
• PSLV launches 5 satellites
• Plan to send two Indians into space
• The speech that inspired Studsat project
• Hearing today on validity of Tamil Nadu quota law
• Uganda twin blasts kill 74
• Polanski declared a free man
• Muslim community split on RTE Act
• Petition against term “socialist” in Constitution rejected
• Mani Shankar Aiyar for boom in northeast-Bangladesh trade
• Soulless firms hurting environment
• Uganda bombs: rise of al-Shabab extremism
• IMF highlights Asia's role
• A fatal mistake

Monday, July 12, 2010

Monday, July 12, 2010


• Lofty ambitions rekindle interest in retailing
• Summits have their uses
• China, India, and Pakistan
• Protectionism amidst recovery
• SPAIN CROWNED WORLD CHAMPION
• U.K. to review aid to India
• Call for China-India initiative for Pakistan stability
• Rajapaksa to hold talks with UNP on statute amendments today
• Aid ship heads for Gaza
• S. Africa holds education summit
• Asteroid fly by successful: ESA
• Ending the zero-sum game
• ‘Give subsidy to schools, hospitals, not oil firms'
• Maharashtra panel to check printing of book on Shivaji
• Transnational terror needs cross-border cooperation
• Mongolia celebrates biggest national festival
• Ensuring justice to the victims of injustice
• Search for salvation

Saturday, July 10, 2010

• CECA with India will be an ‘icing on the cake'
• World Bank approves two loans
• Nuclear talks with Japan
• NIA moves court for NBW against Headley
• China signs $525-million deal to help Pakistan highway projects in PoK
• Pakistan going ahead with Iran gas deal (Cant be serious!)
• Focus on innovative research, Ansari tells academia
• Minor planets to be named after Kolkata school students
• Schools to be set up in public-private partnership mode
• Biggest defaulters on mortgages are the rich (general interest, not for the examination!)
• Corrections and Clarifications
• Knowledge of the Self

Soleckshaw

Shri Sachin Pilot, Minister of State for Communications & Information Technology launched an environment-friendly postal delivery vehicle ‘Soleckshaw’ today. Minister said that it is the endeavour of the Ministry to use green technology for delivering services in efficient and eco-friendly manner. He said that this effort is a under Project Arrow. Availability of this vehicle will add to the efficiency of postal agents and will also give them a sense of pride.

As a Pilot Project, Soleckshaw will be introduced soon in the Project Arrow post offices in a city of Rajasthan. Soleckshaw is a solar-power assisted, pedal-operated cycle rickshaw developed by CSIR. It reduces the rickshaw puller’s effort by providing battery assistance. It is still a zero carbon emission vehicle. The batteries are charged by solar power at charging stations. Technology has been transferred to multiple entrepreneurs and Soleckshaws are currently plying at Delhi (Chandni Chowk), Chandigarh, Jaipur, Durgapur, Ranchi, Kolkata and Ahmadabad.

Recently, M/s Kinetic Motors in association with CMERI (CSIR) has re-designed and developed a modified version of Soleckshaw specifically suitable as a light delivery vehicle, particularly useful for delivery of post, parcels and other postal services both in urban and rural areas. This is expected to improve speed and efficiency of postal delivery, increase ability to carry more load; distribute other value-added products in rural areas and provide charging facilities for mobile phones in remote areas etc.

Friday, July 9, 2010

Friday, July 09, 2010


• IMF raises global growth forecast
• Food inflation down
• Last two standing
• Vultures cling on
• GoM to look into ‘honour killings'
• “Army's stay in Kashmir is not for too long”
• Monsoon session begins on July 26
• Zardari makes out case for continued Chinese nuclear support
• U.S. charges reveal Pakistani origins of global terror
• Welcome verdict but questionable rider
• Use power to bring welfare, not to dominate people: Somnath
• Do away with court vacations, Moily urged
• One year after riots, tensions linger in China's far west
• European Parliament's nod for blueprint for new diplomatic service
• Mist of ignorance

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Thursday, July 08, 2010


• Telecom committees formed
• Imperatives for Cancun
• No surprise this
• Enhanced FDI in retail will transform rural economy
• GANDHI project for Dandi
• China, Pakistan reaffirm ties during Zardari visit
• Tarapur atomic power plants are safe: NPCIL
• U.S., Israel shift focus to peace process
• U.N. objects to Colombo protest
• Deadline for government formation in Nepal extended
• The task of making the PDS work
• No arbitrary transfer of areas to Karnataka: Centre
• Government pushes for development in Naxal areas
• ‘Appoint visually handicapped person who cleared IAS exam'
• CMs to discuss expanding green revolution to eastern region
• Army plans exercises with U.S., Russia, China
• India sends relief material to Kyrgyzstan
• India could be showcased globally for HIV reforms
• Protect fiscal autonomy of States in GST: Rosaiah
• Climate data not held back
• Essence of surrender

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Wednesday, July 07, 2010


• Centre opens up debate on FDI in retailing
• Sharma to hold talks on FTA with Malaysia
• Common cause
• Mark of the Taliban
• Army may be deployed as violence escalates in Kashmir
• Relations with China not externally driven: India
• Souhrida Vedi award for N. Ram
• CMs of Naxal-hit States to meet on July 14
• India, Japan revive bid for Security Council reforms
• We'll monitor poll expenditure more closely: Navin Chawla
• Naval version of LCA rolled out
• First night trial of ‘Astra' conducted
• Probe into torture charges against MI5
• Disarmament panel concerned at exemption for India
• W.S. Merwin is America's new poet laureate
• Money laundering, literally
• MPs' panel visits Tarapur, Bhabha facilities
• How green is my tribunal
• Path to God realisation

PMAGY

Pmagy is a centrally sponsored scheme: “Pradhan Mantri Adarsh Gram Yojana” (PMAGY). The implementation of the Pilot Scheme was approved in March this year for integrated development of 1,000 villages in the country, each with more than 50% Scheduled Castes (SC) population.PMAGY aims to achieve all-round, integrated development of selected villages primarily, through convergent implementation of all relevant Central and State schemes in them, and by meeting needs through provision of “gap-filling” funds for which central assistance will be provided @ Rs. 10 lakh per village, with State Government also expected to make a suitable, preferably matching, contribution.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

• Chawla: food inflation will decline, but may take time (hilarious)
• SEZs unlikely to get tax sops under DTC
• A blow for gender parity
• Last four standing
• We'll intervene if prices become volatile: Deora
• Komorowski wins Polish presidential election
• Image of entire universe released
• ‘Food inflation to fall to 5-6 per cent soon'
• CACP chief for more investments in agriculture
• Major shake-up of U.K. voting system planned
• EU cuts GSP+ concessions for Sri Lanka
• Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus launch customs union
• Food security — of APL, BPL & IPL ( IPL: International Prosperity Line!)
• PIL for CAG scrutiny of BCCI accounts rejected
• “People's welfare is Krishnadevaraya's legacy”
• Unilateral sanctions on Iran will hurt India: Nirupama Rao
• Solar ring observed
• Special Bench for subordinate judiciary
• Judges and judgments: a correctional inquest
• Nobody has a clue to what “enhanced relationship” means
• Attitude of renunciation

Monday, July 5, 2010

Monday, July 05, 2010

• New base rate: old wine in new bottle
• A new era in the lending space
• Centre in a quandary
• Managing litigation sensibly
• Menon's focus on expanding economic ties with China
• Nadal reclaims Wimbledon crown in style
• We are in this to win: Petraeus
• Bill to deal with sexual offences against children soon, says Moily
• EC gearing for Assembly polls in five States
• Golden jubilee fete of Sea Harrier squadron today
• President to inaugurate Congress of Mathematicians
• Food processing: farmers, women, SHGs to get priority in aid
• U.N. forum for women: problem with finding a good name
• Acting in tandem

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Saturday, July 03, 2010

• Industry upset over hike in repo, reverse repo rates
• Disinvestment in more public sector undertakings under consideration
• Deora asks States to streamline ST on fuels
• Not out of the woods yet
• A new benchmark?
• Julia Gillard backs Howard
• RBI hikes short-term rates to tame inflation
• Menon's mission will transcend border issue
• Toughest U.S. sanctions on Iran
• Another Indian-American in Team Obama
• China, Russia support Sri Lanka
• Now, it's ‘ahimsa' in college laboratories
• More services to attract 10 per cent tax
• Monetary burden of mob fury
• Consultation on climate change impact on Indus Basin
• Inexplicable wickedness

Friday, July 2, 2010

Friday, July 02, 2010

• Sanction of projects under TUFS suspended
• Exports jump 35 per cent to $16 billion in May
• Water on Mars
• Sharp divisions within GoM on caste census
• Menon to visit China as Manmohan's Special Envoy
• It can be a trap by Maoists, say police
• Food entitlements likely to be a contentious issue
• High base effect pulls down food inflation to 12.92 %
• Met department predicts an improvement in rains
• Fuel price hike will hurt food security: Left convention
• We'll keep targeting security forces: Maoists
• Corporal punishment in schools must stop: Buddhadeb
• Ghana ready to fulfil its destiny and put rest of Africa to shame
• Centre unveils code of conduct for tourism industry
• Pawar takes charge as ICC President
• U.S. House passes financial reform bill
• Mullen's praise for Pakistan
• Will Indians face a backlash in the U.S.?
• Amethi to be part of new district in Uttar Pradesh
• Phase out dissection of animals: UGC panel
• Nepal moves on
• The deadly ‘end game' for leaded petrol
• Music as offering

Thursday, July 1, 2010

• Current account deficit up at 2.9 % of GDP
• U.S. claims victory in WTO Airbus ruling
• Ineffective consensus(Good)
• CoBRA squad joins combing operations in Chhattisgarh
• ‘Mango diplomacy' wins hearts
• Japan, India hold talks on nuclear pact
• Nepal Prime Minister resigns
• Iran to go ahead with swap talks
• A push for U.S.-Pakistan nuke deal( how na├»ve)
• India's interest legitimate: Petraeus
• NAC looking for expanded mandate
• India, Mongolia vow to enhance ties
• World Bank approves $430 million to MUTP
• Delhi takes first step on UID project
• Sins destroyed
30/06.2010
• SBI fixes Base Rate at 7.5 %
• Brinkmanship politics
• Australia's change of guard
• 26 CRPF men killed in Chhattisgarh
• Navy launches two water jet-propelled fast attack craft
• Diesel pricing freedom next on agenda, says Manmohan
• Gulf of Mannar faces ‘marine litter'
• With nuclear deal in focus, Zardari heads to China
• China, Taiwan sign trade pact
• Mercy petitions: inhumane procrastination
• Trust but verify, says Manmohan on ties with Pakistan
• With fingers crossed, Agriculture Ministry awaiting monsoon revival
• Chandrayaan-2 launch as scheduled: ISRO chief
• India joins select club to counter financial frauds
• Pulses farming to become mechanised from kharif season
• ‘Mahalanobis, Tagore shared ideals'
• Migration in progress: from print to the web
• Give cash to the poor to solve world poverty
• Friendship with monkeys