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Supreme Court stays arrest of The Hindu Editor, five others
NEW DELHI, NOV. 10. The Supreme Court today stayed the warrants issued by the Speaker of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly for the arrest of the Editor of The Hindu, N. Ravi, and four others, and that of S. Selvam, Editor of the Tamil ...


Centre to seek report from Tamil Nadu Governor
NEW DELHI, NOV. 10. The Centre will seek a report from the Tamil Nadu Governor on the events relating to the Assembly sentencing six senior journalists of The Hindu and Murasoli, according to the Prime Minister's Office. The ...
Constitution, not legislatures, is supreme, says Ram
CHENNAI, NOV. 10. Speakers of some legislatures might say that they are sovereign but in India, the Constitution is supreme, not legislatures, not even the Lok Sabha, the Editor-in-Chief of The Hindu, N. Ram, said here today, following the ...
Police officers avoid media
CHENNAI, NOV. 10. The top brass of the State police today preferred to avoid mediapersons' queries with regard to the Supreme Court staying the operation of the Assembly's resolution sentencing six journalists to 15 days imprisonment. Efforts ...
EC asks M.P. to defer free power to farmers
NEW DELHI, NOV. 10. The Election Commission today directed the Madhya Pradesh Government to postpone the proposal to supply free power to farmers till the Assembly elections are over, terming it a violation of the model code of conduct. A ...
Secretaries panel to discuss issues raised by CVC
NEW DELHI, NOV. 10. The Government today announced that a committee of Secretaries would discuss the issues raised by the Chief Vigilance Commissioner (CVC), P. Shankar, with the Prime Minister recently, including the need to remove the ...
Second killer of Madhumita arrested
NEW DELHI, NOV.10. The CBI arrested Prakash Chandra Pandey, the second alleged killer of the poetess Madhumita Shukla, in Lucknow today. — PTI


PDP leader shot dead
SRINAGAR, NOV.10. Militants shot dead a People's Democratic Party activist, Ghulam Rasool Wagoora (60), on the Srinagar-Jammu National Highway near here last night while he was returning home after offering prayers at a mosque, official sources ...



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