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Latest gift from Manmohan government: Karat
KOTTAYAM: The Left will join hands with other democratic and secular parties in the Opposition to launch a countrywide agitation against the Central government’s decision to hike the prices of diesel and petrol, CPI(M) ...
Dasmunsi has a tough task in West Bengal
KOLKATA: Perhaps one of the biggest challenges that Priyaranjan Dasmunsi, newly-appointed president of the West Bengal Congress unit, will be facing is factionalism. The panchayat elections in the State are scheduled for May and Mr. ...
A Valentine’s Day gift for General Musharraf
A group of youth float a decorated boat on the Chenab with a message of peace
Gowda ridicules Congress for move to notify delimitation
NEW DELHI: The former Prime Minister and Janata Dal (Secular) president, H.D. Deve Gowda, on Thursday ridiculed the Congress for deciding to notify the recommendations of the Delimitation Commission, which could pave the way for postponement ...
“Better access to schools by 2010”
NEW DELHI: Children can have access to secondary schools within five km and to higher secondary schools within seven to 10 km of their homes by 2010. This is the target set for the third year of the 11th Plan, according to the Union Human ...
Life term for Pappu Yadav, two others
PATNA: The CBI special court on Wednesday sentenced Rashtriya Janata Dal MP Rajesh Ranjan alias Pappu Yadav, former MLA Rajan Tiwari, and an associate Anil Yadav to life imprisonment for the murder of CPI(M) MLA Ajit Sarkar and two others on ...
It’s bloom-time in the Mughal Gardens
As the flowers spell colour, the gardens are set to open for the public
PMO fails to trace records of Vajpayee’s I-Day speech
New Delhi: A month after the Central Information Commission’s direction to trace records on the drafting of Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s Independence Day speech in 2002, the Prime Minister’s Office has expressed its inability to ...
Taslima’s visa extended
NEW DELHI: A day after civil society organisations rose to the defence of exiled Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen, the Government has decided to extend her visa for another six months. Her visa was to expire on February 17. New Delhi ...
Dasmunsi, Saifuddin Soz, Suresh Pachauri appointed State Congress chiefs
Controversy over Sonia a non-issue: Congress
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Thursday dismissed as a “non-issue” the controversy over party president Sonia Gandhi accepting the Order of Leopold from the King of Belgium in November 2006. “So far there is no intimation ...
Row over Sanjay’s marriage registration process
Documents supporting Manyata’s domicile certificate found to be fabricated
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