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March 15, 2012

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No one above party discipline, says Trinamool chief Mamata
"No one is above party discipline," Mamata reportedly told her legislators during a party meeting justifying party's stand against Dinesh Trivedi.

UP chief minister Akhilesh Yadav defends inclusion of Raja Bhaiya in cabinet
The Uttar Pradesh chief minister said that if cases lodged against Raja Bhaiya are checked, it would become clear who is behind him.

Economic Survey calls for ruthless crackdown on corruption
The Economic Survey, however, warned that a large and cumbersome anti-corruption bureaucracy could impact decision-making process.


Rail Budget: Delhi cheer for nine trains
The national capital region had much to cheer after railway minister Dinesh Trivedi presented the budget on Wednesday.

Rail Budget: High-speed corridors from Delhi
After Lalu Prasad and Mamata Banerjee - skirted the idea of high-speed trains, the present railway minister Dinesh Trivedi has given a thumbs-up to the proposal.


RBI keeps interest rates unchanged
The RBI left interest rates unchanged, underscoring its concern about inflation following the sudden spike in global oil prices.

FDI in multi-brand retail could start in metros
The FDI in multi-brand retail could come into effect in a "phased" manner, beginning from metropolitan cities, according to the Economic Survey 2011-12.


Pakistan bundle out Sri Lanka for 188
Pakistan bowlers put up brilliant show by restricting Sri Lanka to 188 in the Asia Cup match at Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka.

Team India aims to continue winning run in Asia Cup
India would look to continue their recovery from the horror tour of Australia while Sachin Tendulkar would get the burden of a 100th international ton off his back.


I'm a wanna-Bong: Vidya Balan
She calls "my favourite city, Kolkata," her last film's hero and one really can't stop Vidya Balan from gushing about the City of Joy.

Katrina meets Kevin Spacey
Hollywood actor Kevin Spacey, who also happened to be in town, landed up on set when he heard that SRK was shooting in the neighbourhood.


Infosys to double R&D engineers in India
Infosys Ltd, India's No. 2 software services exporter, expects to double its product research and development engineers to 1,000 in India.

Apple's new iPad goes on sale tomorrow
After the new iPad goes on sale Friday in the US and 9 other countries, Apple will make the tablet computer available in 25 additional countries a week later.

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