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  • RIM says no access to enterprise mail
    New Delhi, January 13 (PTI): BlackBerry on Thursday said it has provided a solution for legally intercepting messenger and internet and email services, but denied such access on BlackBerry Enterprise Server, saying the company has “no ability to…
  • Developing nations driving global growth: World Bank
    WASHINGTON, January 13 (Agencies): Led by India and other developing countries, the world economy is moving on from a post-crisis bounce-back phase of recovery to slower but still solid growth this year and the next, according to the World Bank.…
  • Ambanis seek ‘trading scam’ settlement
    New Delhi, January 13 (Agencies): In what could be a coincidence, the two Ambani groups have separately approached SEBI for settlement of probes by the regulator in two separate cases of alleged violation of trading regulations. A settlement order…
  • Food inflation falls; vegetables still costly
    NEW Delhi, January 13 (PTI): Snapping the five week rising trend, food inflation softened to 16.91% for the week ended January 1, 2011, although vegetables, onions and protein-based items continued to remained costly. Food inflation fell by 1.41…
  • Government to ban exports of wheat products: report
    New Delhi, January 13 (Reuters): The government may ban wheat product exports in a series of measures to tame spiralling food prices that have fuelled rapid inflation and increased pressure on an embattled ruling Congress party, local media said.…
  • India summons Sri Lankan HC on fisherman killing
    New Delhi, January 13 (PTI): India on Thursday summoned Sri Lankan High Commissioner Prasad Kariyawasam to lodge a strong protest over the killing of a fisherman by Sri Lankan Navy, asserting that such incidents have no “justification” and calling…
  • Government to pump in Rs 6 bn to fight Maoists
    NEW Delhi, January 13 (Agencies): The government is pumping in Rs 580 crore (Rs 5.8 billion) under a special security scheme which would include strengthening road connectivity and recruiting 12,000 more special police officers (SPO) to boost its…
  • PM’s panel recommends cheap food for poor
    New Delhi, January 13 (Agencies): Prime Minister’s expert committee on National Food Security Bill today recommended that the assured delivery of wheat at Rs 2/kg and rice at Rs 3/kg could be given only to poor and expressed difficulty in…
  • Lalgarh massacre: W Bengal government opposes CBI probe
    Kolkata, January 13 (PTI): The West Bengal government on Thursday opposed a CBI probe into the Lalgarh massacre that claimed seven lives as also compensation and told the Calcutta High Court that the CID be allowed to continue the investigation.…
  • Mumbai boy kills India’s most wanted
    Mumbai, January 13 (Agencies): Sources reveal how a small-time convict from Kandivli went to Pakistan and pumped bullets into IM mastermind Riyaz Bhatkal. Even as the daring shootout that killed India’s most wanted terrorist and chief of terror…
  • Bollywood biggies to help Shabana Azmi with her girl child project in UP
    Mumbai, January 13 (Agencies): Girls in a small village in Uttar Pradesh have found unlikely allies in Bollywood. Industry biggies, including Hrithik Roshan, Ranbir Kapoor, Karan Johar and Farhan Akhtar, will walk the ramp later this month to raise…
  • Cracks in UPA: NCP calls Rahul arrogant for price rise
    New Delhi, January 12 (Agencies): The Nationalist Congress Party, a major constituent of the UPA, today hit out at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for blaming coalition compulsions for price rise, saying his statements should reflect “humility” and not…
  • ‘India, Pak can’t live in perpetual tension’
    NEW Delhi, January 12 (PTI): Citing the collapse of the Berlin Wall that unified Germany, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee has said that differences between India and Pakistan may be resolved one day since the two cannot wish each other away and…
  • Army Chief VK Singh appears before PAC
    NEW Delhi, January 12 (PTI): In a first instance of its kind, Army Chief V. K. Singh on Wednesday appeared before Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) in connection with alleged irregularities in the canteen stores supplies. The PAC had…
  • ‘Sibal’s remarks on CAG report improper’
    New Delhi, January 12 (PTI): Hitting out at Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal, Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on Wednesday said his “improper” remarks against the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) on the 2G spectrum issue had hurt the…
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