Govt hopes to solve border dispute with B`desh

The government on Wednesday exuded hope
that issues related to un-demarcated international border
between India and Bangladesh would be resolved during Prime
Minister Manmohan Singh`s visit to that country next month.

Cong hopes solution by Centre will solve Jaitapur issue

Amid protests over the
Jaitapur nuclear power plant in Maharashtra, Congress on Wednesday
hoped that the solution arrived at by the Centre and the state
government would take care both of the issue.

Illegal migration can be solved only if Cong is removed: Modi

Gujarat Chief Minister
Narendra Modi on Thursday claimed the problem of illegal migration
from Bangladesh can be solved only if Congress is removed from
power in Assam.

Solve problems of people in unauthorised colonies: MCD to Nath

The ruling BJP in MCD Friday requested new Urban Development Minister Kamal Nath to seriously look into the problems being faced by people in unauthorised colonies, unauthorised-regularised colonies and rural and urban villages.

Will solve stapled visa issue: China assures India

Ahead Wen Jiabao`s visit, Beijing assured India of resolving the stapled visa issue.

People should not always look upto me to solve problems: Rahul

Congress General Secretary, Rahul
Gandhi, has said that people should not always look upto him
to solve their problems.

Issues of faith and belief can`t be solved in court: Thackeray

In the backdrop of the decades-old
Ayodhya title suit case, Shiv Sena Chief Bal Thackeray on Friday
said matters of faith and belief cannot be resolved in any
court of law.

Rubik’s cube can be solved in just 20 moves

A team of experts has finally found the answer to a long-standing question.

Steps to solve water woes in North Goa

In a bid to tide over water crisis
faced by Goa`s north district, 20 million litres per day (MLD)
capacity would be added to its water treatment plant.

Orissa to seek help from corporates to solve water crisis

Faced with drinking
water crisis in several urban areas, Orissa government is now
planning to seek help from public sector and private corporate
houses to mitigate the problem.