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Chhattisgarh is not doing enough: Minister
Efforts to rein in naxal groups lacking: Jaiswal
Shekhawat, wife declare assets
Vajpayee, Fernandes make joint appeal
Congress: political melodrama
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Friday dubbed as “political melodrama” Bhairon Singh Shekhawat declaring his assets and said the Bharatiya Janata Party was playing out a farce by making public something for which there was no ...
CPI(M) opposes Nimitz visit plan
“India being drawn into military cooperation among U.S., Japan & Australia”
My father was murdered, says FCI official’s son
BJP demands CBI probe into wheat import
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party has demanded a Central Bureau of Investigation inquiry into the import of nearly 10 lakh tonnes of wheat at a price range of $320 to $360 a tonne. On Thursday it had demanded the resignation of Agriculture ...
Committed to people, says Pratibha Patil
Kolkata: The Presidential election will be a significant moment in the history of India’s democracy, United Progressive Alliance presidential candidate Pratibha Patil said, while addressing West Bengal MLAs at the State Legislature ...
Nitish “offered to quit” at NDA meet
PATNA: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday remained tight-lipped on the proceedings at the combined legislative meeting of the NDA on Thursday where, confronted by a series of attacks from the JD(U) and BJP members, he reportedly held ...
CPI(M) concern over joint exercise
KOCHI: CPI (M) Polit Bureau member Sitaram Yechury on Friday said his party was “deeply concerned” about the joint naval exercise planned by India, the U.S., Japan, Australia and Singapore in the Bay of Bengal in ...
‘Gang-rape’ triggers bedlam in U.P. House
LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Assembly witnessed unruly scenes on Friday, as the Samajwadi Party members stormed into the well of the House and later staged a dharna in protest against the Government’s “refusal” to take action ...
M.S. varsity students to suspend stir
VADODARA: Students of the Fine Arts Faculty of the Maharaja Sayajirao University in Vadodara have decided to “suspend” for three weeks their two-month-old agitation pending the report of the fact-finding committee appointed by the ...
ISI module busted
AHMEDABAD: The Gujarat police claim to have busted a module of the Pakistani spy agency, ISI, operating in the country to smuggle in fake currency, narcotics and arms and ammunition through the Mandvi port in Kutch. The police have ...
Silver Elephant award for M. Ramachandran
New Delhi: M. Ramachandran, Secretary, Union Ministry of Urban Development, was awarded the prestigious and highest national award of scouting and guiding in India, ‘Silver Elephant,’ by President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam in the ...
Back to 60-day reservation
NEW DELHI: After experimenting for nearly four months with the 90-day advance reservation, the Railways on Friday announced its decision to revert to the old system of 60 days from July 15. Sources in the Rail Bhavan said that the ...
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