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Nuclear deal in ‘make or break’ zone
‘Next week’s talks will show if the United States is taking Indian concerns seriously’
Biggest joint naval exercise in Bay of Bengal in September
U.S., Japan, Australia and Singapore navies to participate in manoeuvres
UPA’s figures for committed votes
Another PIL filed against Pratibha
New Delhi: The acceptance of Pratibha Patil’s nomination as a candidate of the United Progressive Alliance and the Left for the July 19 Presidential polls has been challenged in the Supreme Court. Advocate Manohar Lal Sharma, whose ...
PM reviews Mumbai blasts probe
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh took stock of the state of investigation into last year’s July 11 bomb blasts in Mumbai. He reviewed the steps taken for providing compensation to the families of the victims and those injured, ...
Come forward for talks, Buddhadeb tells Opposition
“The State Government will not surrender to violence in Nandigram”
Seeking conscience vote is legal: Sushma
NEW DELHI: Campaign managers of the National Democratic Alliance-backed independent Presidential candidate Bhairon Singh Shekhawat denied on Thursday that BJP leader L.K. Advani’s appeal for conscience vote was aimed at encouraging ...
West Bengal Government creating foreign enclaves in country: Mamata
Vice-President need not be a politician: Karat
New Delhi: The CPI(M) said on Thursday that the United Progressive Alliance candidate for the August 10 Vice-Presidential election need not be a person with a political background. CPI(M) general secretary Prakash Karat told NDTV ...
Noorani vs Nehru Library
Both at loggerheads over ‘Haksar Papers’
Gujarat files report in apex court in Sohrabuddin case
“Probe in the case progressing in the right direction”
Allegation slanderous: Congress
NEW DELHI: The Congress joined issue with Bharatiya Janata Party leader L.K. Advani on Thursday, and described as “slanderous and denigrating” his charge that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was indulging in “appeasement of ...
Sonia Gandhi inaugurates hospital train
Wheat import scandalous: BJP
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party sees foul play in the recent order for import of 9.50 lakh tonnes of wheat through a tender process at a price ranging from $320 to 360 a tonne. Demanding the resignation of Agriculture Minister ...
“Desist from acting against archakas”
PM for ‘Tiger Protection Force’
Presidential poll: JD(S) yet to finalise stand
Bangalore: The Janata Dal (Secular) is unlikely to vote for Bhairon Singh Shekawat, backed by the Bharatiya Janata Party, in the presidential election. The party leadership is yet to decide whether to vote for the United Progressive Alliance ...
Presidential poll: Bhim Singh seeks ‘conscience’ vote
Committee to probe M.S. varsity incident
Centre prepares ground for IBSA summit
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