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Global factors to blame: Congress
NEW DELHI, DEC. 1. The Congress today accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of "finding fault" with everything and refuted the charge that the policies of the United Progressive Alliance Government were responsible for the rise in prices and ...

Singhal wants Acharya shifted to another State
CHENNAI, DEC. 1. The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) international working president, Ashok Singhal, today reiterated the demand for shifting the jailed Kanchi Sankaracharya, Sri Jayandra Saraswathi, from Tamil Nadu to another State. Launching a ...

We're not asking for the moon: Left
NEW DELHI, DEC. 1. The Left today endorsed a People's Declaration on Development, Displacement and Rehabilitation that called for "pro-people development" as opposed to "destructive development." It urged the United Progressive Alliance ...

BJP spent Rs. 102 crores for Lok Sabha elections
NEW DELHI, DEC. 1. The Bharatiya Janata Party has informed the Election Commission that it had spent Rs. 102 crores for the Lok Sabha elections held in April/May this year. In the statement on Tuesday, the BJP said of the total amount , the ...

Acharya's counsel submits further arguments for bail
CHENNAI, DEC. 1. A day after orders on the bail application of Kanchi Sankaracharya, Sri Jayendra Saraswathi, was reserved by the Madras High Court, the Acharya's senior counsel specially mentioned the matter in the court today and furnished ...

Action taken
NEW DELHI, DEC. 1.The Army has taken stern action against two soldiers accused of molestation in Mizoram.



Committee to monitor use of IT in judicial system
NEW DELHI, DEC 1. The Cabinet today decided to establish a high-power committee to monitor the use of information technology and administrative reforms in the judicial system. The committee would be headed by a person of the rank of a High ...

Direct flights
JAMMU, DEC. 1.Indian Airlines will operate direct Haj flights from Srinagar to Jeddah from this year. It reversed an earlier decision to fly via New Delhi. PTI ...

Scuffle in jail
PATNA, DEC. 1.A scuffle broke out today between security personnel of the Beur Central Jail and supporters of the incarcerated Rashtriya Janata Dal MP, Pappu Yadav. This happened during a surprise check by the Inspector-General (Prisons), who ...

Tourists rush to Jammu and Kashmir on snowfall
JAMMU, DEC. 1.The first snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir this season has triggered a rush of tourists to the State as people want to enjoy the experience. The Trikuta Hills of the Vaishno Devi shrine are under a blanket of snow but it continues to ...

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