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Wait-and-watch will not do, says Valsan Thampu
“Political will needed to restore confidence in minorities”
Our fight will continue, says Mamata Banerjee
PM briefed on farmers’ problems in Singur: Amar Singh
CPI (M) demands strong action against Bajrang Dal
BJP- RSS combine instigating communal violence
CPI(M): lessons to be drawn from global financial crisis
KOLKATA: The central committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) observed here on Tuesday that there are “lessons to be drawn for India” from the present global financial crisis. “The Wall Street model of ...
Villagers unhappy with Mayawati decision
RAE BARELI: The Mayawati government’s decision on the rail coach factory in Lalganj has not gone down well with the villagers for whom the unit would have opened up avenues of employment, in addition to the handy compensation they would ...
‘Fill vacant OBC seats from general category’
New Delhi: Making it clear that not a single seat must remain vacant, the Supreme Court on Tuesday directed all Central educational institutions (CEIs) to fill the vacant seats in Other Backward Classes category from among the general category ...
RTI now a common man’s tool: study
Study belies propaganda it is used by select social activists
Nirupam Sen admitted to hospital
KOLKATA: West Bengal Commerce and Industries Minister Nirupam Sen was admitted to a city private hospital on Tuesday, following complaints of chest pain, fluctuating blood pressure and uneasiness. His condition is stable, according to ...
Livelihoods go up in smoke in Dhule
The government is yet to announce any rehabilitation measure for the riot-hit
Mahanta rejoins AGP amid protest
Party’s aim is to free Assam from Bangladeshi infiltrators: AGP chief
BJP’s prescription for economic ills
NEW DELHI: The prevailing global financial crisis has only added to the problems of the Indian economy as a result of “mismanagement” by the United Progressive Alliance government, the Bharatiya Janata Party has charged. At a ...
Court: no bar on Nanavati presenting preliminary report
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday refused to restrain the Gujarat government from implementing, circulating or acting on the Justice Nanavati Commission report on the Godhra train carnage. A Bench consisting of Chief Justice K.G. ...
Muslims targeted in Dhule
Height of political arrogance: Congress
NEW DELHI: Continuing its attack on Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati, the Congress on Tuesday said the decision to cancel permission for a rally by Congress president Sonia Gandhi at Rae Bareily is the “height of political ...
CRPF jawan found dead in Kandhamal
Body found around midnight; no arrests made yet
SIT takes one more SIMI suspect into custody
KOCHI: The special investigation team which is looking into the case relating to “clandestine meeting of activists of the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI)” at Panayikulam on August 15, 2006, has taken one more person, ...
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