Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said in remarks published Sunday he hoped key talks with international creditors would yield a "happy ending" in the standoff over the country`s crippling debt cMar 30, 2015, 00:43 AM IST
Egypt said it was considering the
release of a US-Israeli dual national suspected of spying for
the Jewish state, the official news agency reported.
The Centre is contemplating to
demolish the building of the now defunct Union Carbide factory
here due to mercury contamination, Union Environment Minister
Jairam Ramesh said on Wednesday.
Anti-regime protesters called for permanent sit-ins as the EU mulled new sanctions against Syria.May 04, 2011, 10:08 AM IST
The Delhi High Court was on Wednesday
told that the central government would soon come out with a
scheme for rehabilitation and compensation for rape victims.
The government is examining
opening up more sectors for global arms vendors to fulfill
their offset obligations under the defence procurement policy,
Defence Minister A K Antony said on Wednesday.
In order to shore up their
functioning, the government is considering providing permanent
structures to Anganwadi centres and bring the honorarium being
paid to the workers on par with minimum wages.
Congress on Wednesday said it was contemplating to move a breach of privilege notice against the BJP Government over the leak of report of a legislature committee appointed to look into the October 11 pell-mell in the Assembly.Jan 12, 2011, 21:29 PM IST
Ten people have been arrested over
a deadly Beirut street clash, Lebanon`s army chief said in a
newspaper report on Tuesday, ahead of government talks on
tightening arms controls in the capital.
Energy-hungry Bangladesh is
examining an offer from Tehran to join a much-delayed project
to pipe natural gas from Iran to Pakistan and India, an
official said on Tuesday.
The government is examining a CBI
recommendation for blacklisting of four foreign and two Indian
defence firms, Defence
Minister A K Antony said on Tuesday.
To reduce heavy rush for e-tickets
during morning hours that often leads to slowing up of the
IRCTC website, the Railways are mulling two separate timings
for opening of tatkal and normal bookings.
The government is understood to
be considering changes in the nuclear liability bill,
including a proposal to drop a crucial clause that would
compel a foreign nuclear supplier to provide for compensation
in case of accidents.
The government may regulate the sale to the public of sensitive phone tapping equipment of the kind that was used for allegedly snooping on the conversations of prominent politicians, sources said Saturday.May 01, 2010, 23:41 PM IST