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Advani: Centre shying away from facing Parliament
NEW DELHI: Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha L.K. Advani on Tuesday demanded that there should be no further delay in convening the monsoon session of Parliament. The session normally starts in the third week of July. He was speaking ...
Maintain communal harmony at all costs: Vohra
SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Governor N.N. Vohra on Tuesday called upon the people of the State to maintain their age-old communal harmony at all costs and do all that may be necessary to ensure the safety of life and public property. Mr. ...
National interest betrayed, says Buddhadeb
KOLKATA: The United Progressive Alliance government has betrayed the national interest by going in for the India-United States nuclear deal that should not be viewed in isolation but as part of an overall strategic alliance with the U.S. that ...
CPI wants monsoon session convened
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (CPI) on Tuesday demanded immediate convening of the monsoon session of Parliament, saying the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government should not create an atmosphere of uncertainty about the ...
BJP demands “corrective measures” on land issue
NEW DELHI: Leader of the Opposition L.K. Advani is understood to have told Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress president Sonia Gandhi that it was for the Centre to initiate “corrective measures” to help cool the protests in ...
Evidence not sufficient to ban SIMI: judge
New Delhi: Justice Geeta Mittal of the Delhi High Court, who headed the specially-designated tribunal, in her order lifting the ban on the activities of the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), said the government only came out with the ...
UPA constituents likely to meet Pranab on Jammu issue
Women’s bill: panel seeks more time
NEW DELHI: The Parliamentary Standing Committee on the Personnel, Law and Justice departments, which is considering the 33 per cent women’s reservation Bill, has requested the Rajya Sabha Chairman to provide two more months to review the ...
CPI(M) plans massive campaign
Government has lost people’s trust: Brinda Karat
“Government not budging from Singur”
There is still time for Opposition to sit for discussions: Buddhadeb
U.S. varsity team stresses potential of nanomedicine
University of Missouri to work in partnership with Sankara Nethralaya
Nuclear deal faces many hurdles: Manmohan
New Delhi: The path to implementation of the India-U.S. nuclear deal may not be smooth, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh indicated on Tuesday. “We have a lot of hurdles to cross. The next stage is NSG [Nuclear Suppliers ...
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