Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Karzai's half-brother assassinated

HIV infection rate: Azad points to India's extraordinary work

Mosque mural depicts first Indian record of supernova event

Ban on non-iodised salt unconstitutional: Supreme Court

The Jairam brand of governance moves from Environment to Rural Development

U.S. expects to discuss “new legislation” on implementing liability law

Who will lead India at climate change talks post-Jairam?(Country will miss him)

Focus on Central European states' high-tech know-how

Many a challenge before Khursheed

Specially trained Disaster Response Force to be posted at Kalpakkam

“Pre-determined BPL ceiling will hamper poverty alleviation efforts”

Action against human trafficking, organ trade

Rajasthan to pilot national programme for women empowerment

U.S. military will have enduring presence in W. Asia: Panetta

Pakistan warns U.S. on troop withdrawal

Drones kill 30 in the Waziristans

Salwa Judum and the Supreme Court

Regulating microfinance

The wrong message

Pranab asks Nabard to create viable models of financial inclusion

Industrial growth slumps

Garments exports target fixed at $14 billion

India, China to oppose barriers to affordable drugs

“Austerity drive to contain fiscal deficit”

India imposes anti-dumping duty on chemical imported from China


Little-known outfit claims responsibility for Assam blast

‘Several basic guarantees of statute remain inaccessible to vast sections of population'

Pranab-led EGoM clears crucial Food Security Bill

India welcomes suspension of U.S. military aid to Pakistan

High technology ties with U.S. have underperformed, says Nirupama Rao

India set to become most populous by 2025: Maken

INS Koswari to be commissioned today

Thai-India bilateral trade records 34 per cent increase

Death toll in Russian ship sinking over 100

Another contentious nuclear issue

Making railways safer

New Mines Bill to be sent for Cabinet approval

SIAM calls for labour reforms

Krishnapatnam UMPPgets CDM registration

India-EU trade talks to conclude this year

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