Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Public equity issues mobilise record Rs. 69,192 crore in 2010: PRIME

Basel proposal on disclosure norms

Moving on after the GSLV failure

Conflicting interests

Srikrishna: we will give an impartial report

Despite Joshi's assertion on PAC's scope, BJP insists on JPC probe

India offers training slots for Sri Lankan military personnel

New species of fishes found in Indian waters

“Press, news channels need internal news ombudsman”

Jayaben Desai, architect of Asian women workers' movement, dead

‘We hope that India will be the number one investor in Indonesia'

Pranab: India, Pakistan have made progress in easing visa curbs

No question of disrespecting National Flag, says Naveen

Centre releases extra foodgrains for PDS

Take fruits of scientific inventions to common man, scientists told

30 satellites to be launched in next decade

Climate change affecting Assam tea growers

UAE pushes on with plan for first nuclear reactors

Behind the new gold rush

Use of the senses


‘Inflation may come down to 5.5 % by March'

ONGC to hike stake in Pawan Hans

Gujjar agitation, once again

Revolutionary test for TB

Ready to face PAC, Manmohan writes to Murli Manohar Joshi

CAG presents his views on “presumptive loss” figures

Mental illness can be included under ‘disability'

PAC has no power to summon any Minister: Joshi

Defence Secretary in Colombo to discuss peacetime engagement

Gbagbo hangs tough

First seaplane service launched

India chasing a U.N. chimera

2010: India's undeclared year of Africa

Worshipping Lord Siva


More than onions

Economy will undergo metamorphic change

China’s calibrated balancing act

CAG to appear before PAC today on 2G issue

GSLV failures fuel disappointment and anxiety

REDD-plus a new mantra, despite divisions

In China, one can become High Court judge at 23

Olive Ridley nesting at peril

China's dams in Xinjiang region trigger concerns in Kazakhstan

Sikh ‘Gatka' group performs in Singapore

New challenge for Pakistan

Onion prices will be under control: Pranab

Chance of getting UNSC seat bright: Nirupama Rao

With South Africa in, it will be BRICS

Magnetic charm


Indian Oil's hydrocracker unit at Haldia on stream

GSLV fails, erupts into ball of flame

We will now review GSLV programme: ISRO

GSLV flights jinxed?

One CoBRA jawan killed, 8 injured in IED explosion

15-point scheme in 90 districts

Pranab lauds oil PSUs for subsidising products

Sanjeev Tripathi to head RAW

Naxalism, terrorism major challenges: Manmohan

India to have its own design standard soon

Nurturing Mirza Ghalib's legacy

Meira Kumar visits Sunderbans

Friday, December 24, 2010

· Food inflation surges to double digits at 12.13%

· Inclusive economy needs strong banking sector: Pratibha Patil

· Banks against corporates foraying into banking

· OVL to swap stakes in two Brazilian blocks

· FDI in April-Oct declines to $12.40 b

· Dealing with communalisms

· Inexplicable delay

· It is no work and all pay for most MPs

· Blasts at two embassies in Rome

· U.S. Senate approves New START with Russia

· Could New START passage revive CTBT?

· Russia may delay ratification

· Lifetime Grammys for Julie Andrews, Dolly Parton

· U.S. brings Silk Road to India

· BJP plans ‘Governor hatao'

· NAFED defers onion imports from Pakistan

· Discussions begin on FDI in multibrand retail

· India to revive defence ties with Sri Lanka

· If Section 498-A is diluted, police won't act on dowry complaint: AIDWA

· We need peace in the Middle East, not just process

· Half-baked person


· Private sector to chip in $500 b for infrastructure

· Credit default swap guidelines soon: Gokarn

· A very special partnership

· Periyar dam: Kerala Irrigation Dept. seeks nod for transfer of land

· Two Prithvi-II missiles successfully flight-tested

· Important government websites “highly” vulnerable to cyber attacks

· ‘WikiLeaks gives an insight into U.S. pressure'

· In statements, gradual recognition of India's nuclear status

· Warships to be built indigenously: A.K. Antony

· GSLV–F06 launch on Saturday

· No special quota for Gujjars, rules Court

· Preserving diversity a big challenge: Manmohan

· Hillary, Krishna discuss bilateral issues

· Not for petty reasons

Saturday, December 18, 2010

 Large govt borrowing impeding corporate bond market growth
 Y. V. Reddy questions the efficacy of funding model for infra sector
 OVL hopes to ink pact for Russian fields
 ONGC Tripura signs MoU with Bangladesh
 Going beyond trade
 Making cities safer for women
 NASA fuels Discovery in test for cracks
 Singapore declares Muslim shrine as national heritage centre
 Japan to bolster “defence” against China
 Red carpet for Chinese Premier in Pakistan
 Stop drills, Russia tells S. Korea
 China's western push strengthens Pakistan links
 Horn of Africa: why India should care more
 India keeps up Afghan effort despite security concerns
 Three Carnatic musicians honoured
 Be messengers of a new India: Abid Hussain
 “Indian village is a swamp of inequity”
 Hyderabad to host www 2011 meet
 Becoming a gnani

 Reserve Bank pumps funds to provide liquidity
 Food inflation up at 9.46 %
 Steady course
 Elephant in Orang National Park scripts history
 Manmohan-Wen hotline becomes operational
 Report not ‘mere commentary': Srikrishna panel
 Is the glass half full or half empty?
 Officials see progress despite lack of time to prepare for Wen's visit
 Call for global ban on Endosulfan
 ‘Currency wars reflect stagnation of global economy'
 Kalam implores researchers to form Open Source networks
 Rs. 350 cr for new scheme on climate resilient agriculture
 Khurshid: lobbying that leads to illegal acts is illegal
 GSLV-F06 to be launched on Monday(Russian engine, and so no sweat)
 Rahman in Oscar race with Boyle's ‘127 Hours'
 Case for an autonomous CBI
 Cancun: held together by optimism
 Pride of the Gopikas

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Thursday, December 09, 2010

• TRAI favours national broadband network
• ‘Retain stimulus package'
• Subbarao: inflation is still above RBI's tolerance level
• Exports jump 27 % to $19 billion in November
• The French affair
• Presidential reference sought for Lalli's removal
• India, France ink two pacts on nuclear safety
• Differences over second phase of commitment to Kyoto Protocol
• In Cancun, protest breaks out against REDD
• Allahabad High Court moves Supreme Court over remarks
• Education must strengthen pluralism: Pratibha Patil
• Brussels summit one more step in strategic ties with EU
• Deora to sign deal for four-nation pipeline
• Knowledge incomplete without values: Pratibha
• Food Security Bill panel's report to be awaited
• Pratibha Patil: education must strengthen pluralism
• A cultural affirmation
• Four myths that hold back progress in fighting climate change
• World's first methanol factory using CO {-2} from steam
• Importance of anjali

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

• French companies commit euro 10 b investment in India
• Renewed hope for START
• Effective prophylaxis
• Nuclear pacts power bonhomie
• ‘Nothing wrong if PM appears before JPC'
• Nuclear liability Bill lacks clarity, says Areva
• India, France to enforce curbs on terror outfits
• Cracking the secrets of the tuberculosis germ
• Perils of becoming a republic of scandals
• An issue close to me: Carla Bruni (Great )
• ‘India Lifeline to Gaza' activists return
• RS condoles death of sitting member, adjourned
• ‘India won't see a repeat of 1962'
• Manmohan-Merkel meet could narrow FTA differences( 11th EU-India Summit in Brussels)
• Wish fulfilled

Friday, December 3, 2010

Friday, December 03, 2010

• India an ‘economic powerhouse', says Strauss-Khan(IMF’s MD)
• Food inflation slumps to single digit at 8.6 %
• India, China to be global leaders in manufacturing competitiveness
• Justice cannot be relative
• Acquiring memorabilia
• China: border row should not hit ties
• 2018 WC goes to Russia
• Centre issues wetland conservation guidelines
• India still weighs Chinese demand for Nobel boycott
• $100,000 award for Indian NGO
• The republic on a banana peel
• Parliament logjam continues
• Gautam Ghosh's film bags Golden Peacock Award
• Higher growth rate has benefited poor too, says Jagdish Bhagwati
• BrahMos capability in mountain warfare tested
• NASA finds bacteria thriving on arsenic in lake
• Challenges before rising Asia
• A good lesson
• Fresh capital infusion in banks gets Cabinet nod
• Exports up 21 per cent at $18 b in October
• Divergent views on move to issue new banking licences
• Pranab to meet IMF chief today
• Raising the bar
• Extreme climate events in store, says expert
• EU to support India's ICA proposal
• Sarkozy eyes big contracts
• India-Sri Lanka ferry service gets Cabinet approval
• A symbol of solidarity(Photo)
• Russia warns of arms race
• S. Korea banks on U.S.: envoy
• Claim of China-N.Korea rift questioned
• The return of the Asians
• Judicial Accountability Bill introduced in Lok Sabha
• Clearance for field trial of Genetically Modified rubber?
• Rangarajan panel to examine NAC suggestions on food bill tomorrow
• Infiltration feared through Maldives-Andaman route
• Narada arrives


• 8.9 % GDP growth takes market by surprise
• Emerging economies face risk of capital flows
• Environmentalists vs nuclear power
• China and North Korea
• Steady progress in border talks: Menon
• “We can cut emissions and still grow productively”
• TAPI gas pipeline project poised for breakthrough
• Tributes paid to Nirmal Pandey, Vishnuvardhan
• North “spoiled child”, felt China
• Sri Lanka-Pakistan pact
• Can India garner the demographic dividend?
• Chidambaram: India better equipped to meet security challenges
• Publication of Radia tapes infringes on right to privacy: Tata
• Report silent on spent fuel, say activists
• It will not affect environment: Kakodkar
• Tejas successfully test-fires close combat air-to-air missile
• ‘Further momentum to Indo-French ties'
• What can we give God?
• Decision on freeing urea sector before this fiscal
• Focus on waste management, non-conventional energy
• The public has a right to know
• Carry forward efforts to ensure justice to Sri Lankan Tamils, India urged
• Agreement on new emission cut regime unlikely at Cancun
• Corruption in the neoliberal era
• “Cordial India-Pakistan ties are in Russia's interest”
• Singapore launches initiative to develop maritime fuel cell
• Reincarnation of Adisesha
• Over-reliance on short-term capital flows?
• India at the cutting edge of corporate governance
• Bank employees urged to fight harmful reforms
• Lessons from Guangzhou
• Checking the contagion
• Environmental clearance for Jaitapur nuclear project
• Climate change conference begins today in Cancun
• Krishna sees commercial potential in Hambantota
• Syria pins hopes on India to highlight Arab cause at U.N. Security Council
• India-China border talks today
• China calls emergency meet on Korean crisis
• Low turnout in Egypt
• Pakistan's offer to Sri Lanka
• It's paradoxical that environmentalists are against nuclear energy: Jairam Ramesh
• Montek among probables for next IMF chief(Makes one proud)
• Ujjwal Nikam to represent India at convention on terrorism in U.N.
• I-T Department introduces new number for taxpayers
• Yasodha's pride in son