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Karnataka threatens to launch legal battle on mining issue

Written by Agencies | Bangalore | Published:September 3, 2010 1:41 pm Related NewsKarnataka IAS officer death case: Three cops suspended for ‘delayed’ responseYeddyurappa’s Dalit family visit: A seat at the tableYeddyurappa will be BJP’s CM face in Karnataka: Amit Shah Attacking the Centre for its apathy on the issue of banning iron ore exports,Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa...

‘No space’: Prosecutors begin protest

Written by Sairam Sanath Kumar | New Delhi | Published:September 1, 2010 4:32 am Demanding better infrastructure and office space at the newly unveiled court complex in Saket,public prosecutors in the Capital’s district courts observed the first day of their week-long protest by wearing black bands on their arms. “The government is the largest litigant in courts,and we...

Decision to stop mining in Araku to affect Nalco

Written by Priyadarshi Siddhanta | New Delhi | Published:August 30, 2010 2:11 am Related NewsDivided over dam water, Telangana and Andhra do business in lakhs of sheepAndhra Pradesh: TDP MLA booked for assaulting policemanJairam Ramesh book: ‘Suicides, Opposition chorus led to Andhra division’ The union mines ministry’s recent decision to stop bauxite mining in the Araku region of Andhra...

Construction delay on new block in GH-6,but repair on old block begins

Written by Express News Service | Panchkula | Published:August 29, 2010 6:10 am Even as the completion of new block of General Hospital,Sector 6,has been delayed by nearly a year now,the authorities have already started renovating the functional A-block. Despite the hospital unable to accommodate the heavy rush of patients in the OPD,it has decided to go ahead...

India engages neighbours without looking at reciprocity: PM

Written by Agencies | Published:August 27, 2010 8:06 pm Seeking better ties with countries in the region,Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said India was engaging its neighbours without looking for reciprocal actions. “India,by and large,has good relations with her neighbours. We were engaging them without looking at reciprocity,in our own enlightened interest,” he said inaugurating the third conference of...

Building road,ruining village

Written by Jasneet Bindra | Kamli (solan) | Published:August 25, 2010 10:44 pm Twenty-seven-year-old Sushil Jaiswal does not get a wink of sleep on rainy nights. The moment the heavens open,he rushes to the nullah to stop the flow of piled-up debris around the village from entering his house. “At times,some of the villagers get together and form...

L&T bags two orders worth Rs 1,195 cr from ONGC

Written by Agencies | Mumbai | Published:August 23, 2010 12:38 pm Engineering major Larsen & Toubro today said it has received two orders worth Rs 1,195 crore from state-run Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) for construction-related works. The company will set up an additional processing unit at the gas processing complexes of ONGC at Hazira and Uran,Larsen &...

12th Plan infra investment at Rs 41 lakh cr

Written by ENS Economic Bureau | New Delhi | Published:August 19, 2010 12:45 am The government has drawn out an investment plan of Rs 41 lakh crore for infrastructure in the Twelfth Plan period,upping its existing investment by almost four times. However,with infrastructure deficit remaining high in the country there is expected to be a gap of 30...

Realty check: No relief even in death

Written by Tanvir A Siddiqui | Ahmedabad | Published:August 17, 2010 3:12 am Kin of most construction workers who die on sites can’t claim compensation because of tough legal conditions Over the past two years,125 construction workers lost their lives while at work; the kin of only two of them got compensation,according to official figures of Labour and Employment...

After Posco,Vedanta: panel tells Govt don’t let them mine

Written by Amitabh Sinha | New Delhi | Bhubaneswar | Published:August 17, 2010 2:16 am Related NewsVedanta may bid for coal mines to ensure fuel security for its aluminium plantsVedanta Resources’ loss narrows to $3.5 bn in FY16Centre, states to brainstorm on making mines auction a success Citing violation of a host of environmental laws,a government-appointed expert panel has...

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Live Breaking News August 11: Amit Shah arrives in Kolkata, to address rally shortly

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Slab of Flyover Under-Construction Collapses in Lucknow, Labourer Injured

Lucknow: A labourer was injured when a slab of an under-construction flyover of National Highways Authority of India collapsed at Phutaiyya Chauraha in Basti...

Under-Construction Flyover Collapses In Uttar Pradesh

Basti, UP: Under-construction flyover collapses, one worker fear trapped. Rescue operations are currently underway Original Source

Part of under-construction flyover collapse on NH-28, Uttar Pradesh

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1 injured in UP under-construction flyover collapse

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