Thursday, August 25, 2011

Efforts to prevent maternal mortality successful

Centre asked to file affidavit on U.N. torture treaty

Supreme Court order on black money not feasible: Centre

Centre given time till October 18 to file report on deemed varsities

BJP for special Parliament session to discuss ‘crop holiday'

No compromise on nuclear safety: PM

Coast Guard, Navy commanders discuss enhancing inter-operability
Qadhafi forces fight back

Chinese national exported n-products to Pakistan

Pakistan keenly watches India's anti-corruption movement

Khar questions claims on role in Xinjiang

Premier High Court at 150

For a strong and effective Lokpal

End is welcome, but doesn't justify the means

Hurdles to reviving Libya's oil sector

Aiming high in the 12th Plan

Banks witness rising risks from unsecured portfolios

India inks tax treaty with Georgia

Moody's downgrades Japan rating on debt concerns


Strong quake rattles Washington

Deven Sharma to quit as S&P chief

Exchange of enclaves to be discussed with Bangladesh: Mamata

Integrated postal services will be in place in two years, says Sachin Pilot

India to reopen CEPA with South Korea

Opposition forces adjournment of Parliament

Lok Sabha to take up Sen issue on September 4, 5

India offers help to Libya

Music maestro passes away
S&P chief Deven Sharma resigns

Renewed violence in Tripoli

First to scale 14 peaks without oxygen

Dissidents, U.N. pile pressure on Assad regime

Messianism versus democracy

The price of Nato help

Bank licences to corporates: Reserve Bank for strong rules

Cabinet to consider FDI in multi-brand retail


· 29 Jagan loyalist MLAs decide to resign

· Results of examination for posts of district judge startle many

· Nuclear power vital but no compromise on safety: Manmohan

· Historian R.S. Sharma passes away

· “Food Safety Act will hit small traders”

· Technology to improve bio-safety of GM crops

· In India, civil and political movements warm to social media

· Hamas agrees to ceasefire

· I'd rather not be Anna (Arundhati)

· Another blow for freedom

· Germany's Merkel renews rejection of eurobonds

· Expanding RTE to next level: scope for media

· External economy — always challenging

CMIE cuts industrial production growth forecast to 8.2 per cent

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