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Thursday, January 11, 2007
Parliament's actions subject to judicial review: court
"Parliament is a co-ordinate organ and its views do deserve deference even while its acts are amenable to judicial scrutiny"
Parliament has no power of expulsion: dissenting judge
NEW DELHI: Parliament has no power of cessation of membership by way of expulsion, Justice R.V. Raveendran said in his dissenting judgment in the Supreme Court in the cash-for-query scam case. "The Constitution makers have made detailed and ...
More bones recovered
NOIDA: A forensic experts team from Agra, which collected samples from near the house of Moninder Singh, accused in the Noida case, has recovered 30 more bones. The bones were sent to Noida Civil Hospital on Tuesday for examination. "The ...
Congress behind RLD pullout, says Mulayam
`Ready to prove majority in Assembly'
No deals likely during Pranab visit
Minister to meet leaders
"CBI should probe murders of all missing children"
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday demanded a nationwide CBI inquiry into all murders of missing children. He was talking to presspersons at the end of a Cabinet meeting here. Mr. Yadav expressed anguish ...
Singur is critical, says Jairam Ramesh
KOLKATA: Union Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Jairam Ramesh said that while the Singur project was critical for West Bengal, Nandigram could wait. The Minister, who met Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee at the State ...
Antony: no repeal of Armed Forces Act
`But we are not against changes to make it more humane'
Medha Patkar arrested
KOLKATA: Social activist Medha Patkar was detained here on Wednesday. She was subsequently arrested and taken to the local thana late in the evening. She was on her way to the Howrah railway station to take a train to Singur to resume her ...
This is the message for all legislators, says Somnath
``MPs have to be role models, their conduct should be exemplary''
Noida police were callous: Brinda Karat
NEW DELHI: Rajya Sabha member Brinda Karat has urged Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil to convene a meeting of Home Ministers of States in the National Capital Region to discuss measures to identify and monitor areas where poor migrants live to ...
Amarinder Singh orders probe
MUKTSAR: A high-level probe has been ordered into the recovery of bodies of four children in a rice mill here and police detained several persons including a woman for questioning. A forensic team examined the half-burnt bodies found by police ...
Sharad Yadav seeks scrapping of SEZ Act
NEW DELHI: Janata Dal (United) president Sharad Yadav on Wednesday urged the Union Government to convene immediately an all-party meeting to discuss issues such as setting up of Special Economic Zones and entry of corporates and multi-national ...
Trial of Rahul Mahajan, others to begin on February 21
He is to face trial under many sections of NDPS Act
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