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At the CII Invest North, principal secretary, infrastructure and Industrial Development, Government of UP- Sanjiv Saran, asserted that the state with a growth rate of 7 percent GDP account for the
Chief minister J Jayalalithaa said in the assembly that the award would be presented to individuals credited with similar feat in the literary world and who spearhead the cause of classical
BARC scientist dies in road accident  (25 July 03:49 pm) 
A senior scientist of Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Dr P M Pathak (45), was killed in a road accident which took place in Trombay last night.
Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas said Friday it fired three rockets at Tel Aviv airport, a day after US and some European airlines had resumed flights after a two-day suspension.
The court said A Jagajothi of Gudalur in the Nilgiris district was entitled to at least Rs 50,000 as compensation, as she and her family members had been illegally thrown out of their rented house.
Rain toll hits 16 in Madhya Pradesh  (25 July 03:49 pm) 
Rivers and rivulets in several districts, especially Kshipra at Ujjain continue to be in spate.
French officials dispatched a military unit to secure the site in restive northern Mali where an Air Algerie plane crashed with the loss of 116 people.
India\'s top recruiters seem to have bet on \'achhe din aane wale hain\' a few months before the new govt was elected, stepping up campus hiring at leading B-schools by 36.5%, an exclusive ETstudy has
Finance minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi government was moving fast on bringing back the ill-gotten money stashed away by Indians in tax havens abroad.
D\'Souza, one of the most senior minority members of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Goa, said that he considered himself a \"Christian Hindu\".
D\'Souza, one of the most senior minority members of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Goa, said that he considered himself a \"Christian Hindu\".
Govt appealed to protesting civil services aspirants to be \'patient\' and said it would not tolerate any injustice to them on the basis of language in the UPSC exam.
Govt appealed to protesting civil services aspirants to be \'patient\' and said it would not tolerate any injustice to them on the basis of language in the UPSC exam.
There was also ruckus in Parliament over the issue of regional language aspirants having disadvantage in Civil Services exam conducted by UPSC.
About 150 UPSC aspirants were detained on Friday while they were trying to march towards Parliament, police said.
According to the report published in a Hindi daily, a class eight student of a convent school was included in a group of students, who had to meet Clinton during his visit at a primary school in
A sessions court on Friday adjourned the hearing in the 2002 hit-and-run case involving actor Salman Khan to August 21.
Here are a few quotes from Sergey Brin that provide some insight into Google\'s origins and the general mindset behind the company.
Ukai dam levels cross 320 feet mark  (25 July 01:49 pm) 
As constant inflow of water to the tune of 4.5 laky Cusecs continued from up stream, levels at Ukai dam crossed 320 feet at 12pm on Friday.
Indian officials, in their meetings with Pak officials, have sought regular briefing on the progress of the trial and the investigation being conducted by Pakistani authorities.
Indian officials, in their meetings with Pak officials, have sought regular briefing on the progress of the trial and the investigation being conducted by Pakistani authorities.
Uttarakhand chief minister Harish Rawat on Friday won the bypoll for the Dharchula assembly seat, election officials said.
Australia uses offshore detention centres in Papua New Guinea and the tiny South Pacific island nation of Nauru to process would-be refugees trying to reach the country.
The Rajya Sabha was disrupted Friday over baton charge on UPSC aspirants in Delhi.
The Rajya Sabha was disrupted Friday over baton charge on UPSC aspirants in Delhi.