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Amar Singh files FIR against Raj Thackeray
Petroleum Ministry in alert mode following LPG shortage
NEW DELHI: The Petroleum and Natural Gas Ministry has gone into an “alert mode” following reports of “severe shortage” of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). The Ministry is flooded with representations from various ...
Supreme Court dismisses plea against Narayana Murthy
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday declined to interfere with an order of the Karnataka High Court quashing criminal proceedings against Chief Mentor of Infosys N.R. Narayana Murthy for allegedly insulting the National Anthem at a function ...
Protests in Bihar against Raj Thackeray
PATNA: The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) on Monday burnt effigies of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray in several districts of Bihar and Jharkhand, protesting against his utterances against their chief and Railway Minister, Lalu ...
No one is above law: Deshmukh
Maharashtra will take action if there is proof against Raj Thackeray
Deal firmly with situation: Centre
Samajwadi Party wants Raj Thackeray’s Maharashtra Navnirman Sena derecognised
Mayawati refers police recruitment scam to CBI
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Monday referred the police recruitment scam case to the Central Bureau of Investigation. The decision was taken at a Cabinet meeting presided over by her. The alleged scandal relates to ...
Credibility of legislatures declining: Ansari
MUMBAI: The single most important issue of concern today is the decreasing credibility of legislatures as institutions capable of delivering public good and contributing to effective formulation of laws and public policy, Vice-President ...
No need to cull birds and put farmers in distress: Orissa
New Delhi: Orissa has decided not to cull any poultry birds in its districts adjoining West Bengal despite a Central directive. The State told the Union government on Monday that it had taken steps to prevent the spread of avian ...
Disabled are among the most excluded
Estimates vary from 40 to 90 million people in India: World Bank report
Irrigation engineer detained for terror links
He is suspected to have financed Asif and two other accomplices
Mercy for rape of minors will be a travesty of justice: Supreme Court
Asian giants face-off today
Duckworth and Lewis may again play a part
Mental strength counts more than physical
Shaun Tait’s decision to take an indefinite break from the game has shocked the cricketing world. One expected the 24-year-old to terrorise batsmen with the speed he was generating on any surface. Though Tait may not have said a word ...
Murali would have chased them down, says Jayawardene
The Sri Lankan captain expects the tri-series to be competitive
It’s impossible to handle the pressure: Sania Mirza
HYDERABAD: At 21, she is a celebrity in Indian sport and on the WTA Tour circuit. And, for the first time, Sania Mirza says candidly that it is very difficult to handle the pressure and the controversies. “However best you try to ...
Venus Williams for Bangalore Open
Sania decides not to play in the event
This is one of my easiest wins: Sharath Kamal
Hopes to be within top 50 in the world by end of the year
12 civilians die, 17 injured in Sri Lanka bus blast
COLOMBO: At least 12 civilians died and 17 injured in a claymore explosion directed at a civilian bus at Ethwatunuwewa in Sri Lanka on Monday as the nation celebrated 60th anniversary of independence. The day was marked by three more ...
Blast deepens uncertainty in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: At least four security forces personnel were killed in a suicide attack on a bus carrying cadets of the armed forces medical corps in Rawalpindi on Monday, deepening the political uncertainty ahead of the February 18 ...
Hillary’s lead dwindles ahead of Super Tuesday
McCain establishes formidable lead: surveys
Exports may miss target
15 p.c. rupee appreciation impacts growth
Asian market rally buoys Sensex
Realty and information technology stocks hog limelight
Government firm in checking LTTE activities, says Karunanidhi
Chief Minister refutes charge that the organisation has “free run in State”
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