NIA to probe Delhi Blast: PC

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NEW DELHI: Making a statement on Delhi blast in Lok Sabha, Union Home Minister P Chidambaram on Wednesday confirmed that it was the handiwork of terrorists who were trying to create conflict in the country.

10 KILLED, SEVERAL INJURED IN DELHI BLAST

TIA correspondent
NEW DELHI: At least 10 people have been killed and over 50 injured in a major explosion outside the Delhi High Court on Wednesday morning. The explosion took place 10:17 AM outside Gate No. 5 of the Delhi High.

Parliament remains stalled for fourth day on Lokayukta

NEW DELHI: The BJP-led opposition stalled the proceedings in both the Houses of Parliament for the fourth day on Tuesday on the issue of the appointment of the Lokayukta in Gujarat.

Sibal asks telcom cos to work in national interest

NEW DELHI:(AMN) Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal today warned that growth of the telecom industry would not be meaningful if companies did not align their profit-making motives with the national interest.

India, B’desh sign historic boundary agreement

DHAKA: (AMN) India and Bangladesh on Tuesday signed a historic protocol on land boundary agreement after detailed talks between Prime Minister Dr. Mahmohan Singh and Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

Term of 2G Spectrum JPC extended

TIA Special Correspondent

New Delhi: The Joint Parliamentary Committee probing into 2G Spectrum scam Tuesday got an extension of its tenure till the last day of the next Budget session.

Maya slams Wikileaks, Assange hits back

TIA Correspondent
LUCKNOW: Upset over leaked US diplomatic cables, the UP Chief Minister, Mayawati, Tuesday  castigated the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for calling her “egomanic”. She said that he should be sent to a “mental asylum” .

High level committee to curb black money

NEW DELHI: (AMN) The government has set up a high level Committee to examine ways to strengthen laws to curb generation of black-money in the country, its illegal transfer abroad and its recovery.

Improve teacher-student ratio: President

NEW DELHI: President Pratibha Patil on Monday stressed the need to improve the teacher-student ratio and favoured an increase in the gross enrolment ratio which stands at 73 per cent.

Govt to provide quality education: PM

NEW DELHI: The Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh has said that the Government is committed to providing quality education to all children. Addressing the National Award winning teachers here on