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Centre scraps light utility helicopter tender, opens it to Indian players

The DAC decided to retract from the tender and opens doors for the Indian industry.


Soon, attendance of govt staff to be tracked online

The Modi government had recently directed all central government offices to introduce Aadhaar-based biometric attendance systems.

Push for protecting languages whose speakers a minority

The Constitution accords as much primacy to linguistic minorities as it does to religious minorities.


Manipur Governor V K Duggal resigns, 9th Gov to go after NDA came to power

Asked whether he was asked to quit, 69-year-old Duggal said “I have resigned on my own accord”.

Read more: Manipur, NDA, UPA, V K Duggal

Hurriyat talks or FS meet: Pak envoy got 20 mins to choose

Sources said the invitations for meetings between Basit and Hurriyat leaders went from August 11 onwards.

Hauled over coal

Supreme Court judgment is welcome. Government must now move forward with a more transparent policy.

Letters to the editor: Summer’s over

The appointment of Amit Shah as BJP president was another reason for the public’s loss of confidence.

Not just UPA, flaws also in previous NDA govt allocations

Blocks with higher reserves were recommended to companies with lower requirement.

Order paves the way for auction of all coal mines

The advisory group led by Prabhu, reporting to power and coal minister Piyush Goyal, has already been examining the issue.

Power, steel to face the heat after SC ruling on blocks

Companies across sectors brace up for possible loss of coal mines.


For NDA, 4 huge defeats, 1 narrow win

In Lalu Prasad-Rabri Devi’s Saran, Prabhunath Singh’s son Randhir wins Chhapra prestige battle.


Finally, Ahire villagers get a new address

Village acquired by NDA 40 years ago, 70 get papers for rehabilitation.


New at the Centre

Three months is a short time, but government has emphatically regained control of its turf.


Bypolls: Low turnout leaves Bihar parties worried

Bypolls are a litmus test for Lalu-Nitish combine to stage a comeback in Bihar politics.


46 per cent turnout in Bihar, BJP turf Bhagalpur records lowest 37 pc

During and before polls, 33 prebentive arrests were made and 12 vehicles were impounded.


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