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Mamata threatens to resume agitation
“We will withdraw the stir only when the State government makes an agreement”
Why drag all of India, asks Prakash Karat
New Delhi: The CPI(M) on Friday ridiculed Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s remark that Indians “deeply love” U.S. President George W Bush, saying it was not true. “We all know that Manmohan Singh ...
Supreme Court won’t restrain Gujarat from acting on report
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday refused to restrain the Gujarat government from circulating, publishing and acting on the Nanavati Commission report on the Godhra train carnage. (The commission, appointed by the State government, ...
V.K. Malhotra is BJP’s chief ministerial candidate
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s South Delhi Member of Parliament, Vijay Kumar Malhotra, will be the party’s chief ministerial candidate, it was officially announced here on Friday. The decision was taken at the ...
Impeachment ultimately a political decision: CJI
We had no intelligence input: Gujarat Minister
“Only Central intelligence agencies are to blame”
Supreme Court won’t stay Amarinder expulsion
Matter referred to Chief Justice for posting before 3-judge Bench
Fact-finding team raises questions about September 19 encounter
“Police version and probe are riddled with contradictions”
Rajiv case: life convict challenges order
New Delhi: One of the life convicts in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case, P.R. Ravichandran, on Friday moved the Supreme Court challenging a Tamil Nadu order directing release of prisoners who had completed 10 years of imprisonment but ...
Cut-off marks defeat ST medical quota: plea in apex court
Notice to 7 States on petition for relaxation of entrance test norm
Arjun Singh backs Jamia decision
NEW DELHI: Union Human Resource Development Minister Arjun Singh on Friday said the decision of the Jamia Millia Islamia to provide legal aid to two of its students who have been accused by the Delhi Police for alleged involvement in serial ...
Clean chit on expected lines: Gowda
BANGALORE: The “clean chit” given by the Nanavati Commission to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in the Godhra train incident is “on expected lines,” Janata Dal (Secular) national president H.D. Deve Gowda said on ...
‘Black Diwali’ for armed forces
NEW DELHI: It will be a ‘Black Diwali’ for the armed forces as they have refused to accept the new pay scales till the anomalies are corrected. Other Central services, including the Indian Police Service (IPS), are awaiting word ...
NHRC notice to police on Delhi encounter
NEW DELHI: The National Human Rights Commission has issued notice to Delhi Police Commissioner Y. S. Dadwal, seeking a report on the September 19 Batla House encounter at Jamia Nagar. This followed a complaint filed by a non-governmental ...
Gujarat plea to Centre on anti-terror legislation
GANDHINAGAR: The Gujarat Assembly on Friday adopted by a voice vote an official resolution requesting the central government to take up with the President, Pratibha Patil, to give her assent at the earliest to the state bill against organised ...
People’s Democratic Party leader gunned down
SRINAGAR: Militants on Thursday shot dead Ghulam Mohammad Mir, zonal president of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), in Rafiabad Assembly constituency. Police said Mir was shot dead by militants at the Dangiwacha market around 2 ...
Need to institutionalise dialogue: Mirwaiz
SRINAGAR: The chairman of the moderate faction of the Hurriyat Conference, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, has offered to co-operate in a genuine process between India and Pakistan to resolve the Kashmir issue. He stressed upon the need to ...
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