Yeddy to launch agitation against Guv

BANGALORE: (AMN) At the time when main opposition Congress in Karnataka staging protest rally in the sate capital demanding the Centre to act positively

Sonia backs Rahul; hits opposition

VARANASI: (AMN) Echoing Rahul Gandhi’s sentiment, Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Thursday slammed the Uttar Pradesh government

Jails for 13 in Orissa arson cases

TIA Correspondent
BHUBANESWAR: A fast track court on Wednesday sentenced 13 people to five years of imprisonment for arson and anti-Christian violence in Kandhamal district.

South Indian films sweep up National Awards

NEW DELHI: (AMN) Malayalam film, Adaminte Makan has won the best feature film award for the year 2010 while Veterinarian director of a Tamil film Aadukalam has been chosen as the best director for the same year.

Rajini Kant responding well to treatment

CHENNAI (AMN) Superstar Rajinikanth, who has been in hospitals for about a week for respiratory infection and other complaints, is responding well to treatment, doctors attending to him told his family members.

India’s first bloodless kidney transplant

TIA correspondent
NEW DELHI: A first of its kind bloodless kidney transplant surgery in India has been done successfully at a local hospital here.The successful operation was conducted at Delhi’s Moolchand  This operation a new benchmark in organ transplantation.

Centre ignore Karnataka Guv recommendation

TIA correspondent
NEW DELHI: The Centre seems to have ignored the recommendation of Karnataka Governor H R Bhardwaj for imposition of President’s rule in the state.
A meeting of the Union Cabinet,

CBI has all papers for Kim Davy extradition

TIA correspondent
NEW DELHI: CBI on Thursday said all documents are in order for the extradition of Kim Devi from Denmark. The Kolkata Special Crime Branch officials of the agency knotted

Rs 200 cr for drinking in Bundelkhand

NEW DELHI: (AMN) The centre on Thursday approved an additional central assistance of Rs.200 crore to provide drinking water in the Bundelkhand region of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh during 2011-12.

Job-linked skill prog for one lakh J&K youth

NEW DELHI (AMN) The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) on Thursday okayed the a proposal to provide job-linked skill training to one lakh youth in Jammu and Kashmir.