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Says judge: all the measures have been done, there is no reason for delays
Poll in 3 States in February
NEW DELHI: Manipur, Punjab and Uttaranchal will go to the polls in February next, the Election Commission announced on Friday. Manipur (60 constituencies) will witness polling on February 8, 15 and 23; Punjab (117 constituencies) on February ...
Left Front to form panel on projects
KOLKATA: The Left Front has decided to form a committee that will keep its partners informed about the Government's plans on industrial projects in West Bengal. "This should clear any misunderstandings within the Left partners over the ...
NTPC power project in Trincomalee
Signs pacts with CEB, Sri Lanka Government
Recovery of skeletons of children sends shock waves
30-year-old domestic help confesses to sexual assault and killings in Noida, say police; employer also detained
No extra time for CAS rollout
NEW DELHI: Putting at rest speculation on implementation of the Conditional Access System (CAS) in Mumbai, Kolkata and South Delhi from December 31, the Information and Broadcasting Ministry on Friday clarified that no extra time would be given ...
Mamata is extremely weak: doctors
KOLKATA: Trinamool Congress leader Mamata Banerjee is still "extremely weak" but is responding to treatment, said physicians attending on her at a nursing home here on Friday. She was admitted here after ending her 25-day fast. Ms. Banerjee, ...
Charges can be framed in IT cases against Jayalalithaa, Sasikalaa, says court
Both have been directed to appear in court on January 29
Engineer killed in explosion
SRINAGAR: A junior engineer was killed in an explosion triggered by militants in Jammu and Kashmir, where three insurgents were arrested and a huge cache of arms and explosives seized on Thursday night. Shabir Hussain Khan, who was riding a ...
Three teenagers held for boy's murder
They hit Aravind with a brick when he attempted to flee
Indian batsmen face a test of character
Pawar files papers for ICC chief's post
Mumbai: BCCI chief Sharad Pawar on Friday filed his nomination to become the next President of the International Cricket Council after all four Test playing nations of Asia reached a consensus to support his candidature at the Asian Cricket ...
Nadal arrives for Chennai Open
Chennai: What Andy Roddick couldn't do with demonic serving, what Lleyton Hewitt failed to do with wheels for legs, and what Marat Safin couldn't manage with talent in abundance, Rafael Nadal did with a top-spinning forehand almost at chin-music ...
Ganguly's reign continues
Bescom pins hopes on power-saving pumpsets
Three brands identified based on tests conducted at CPRI
Achuthanandan blames officials
Cabinet should have discussed the ADB pact, says Opposition
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