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It’s SP pressure tactic: Congress
NEW DELHI: The Samajwadi Party’s unilateral announcement of candidates for 52 Lok Sabha constituencies in Uttar Pradesh is nothing but a pressure tactic; not so much for political mileage as for furthering its corporate agenda, the ...
Land scam case against Vasundhara
JAIPUR: In compliance with a court directive, the police on Monday registered a criminal case against the former Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and five others in connection with the Deendayal Upadhyay Trust land scam. All of them ...
Modi promises balanced growth
Industrialists assure Gujarat of Rs. 2.75-lakh crore investments
Court treats Gowda’s letter on BMIC as PIL
UPA should contest as one entity: NCP
It should decide on seats realistically and as per each State’s dynamics
Fuel price cut likely in 10 days
NEW DELHI: The government is likely to cut the fuel prices in the next 10 days as the middle class and farmers have to be given maximum relief (from the steep drop in international crude prices), Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural Gas ...
Impostor abuses Kerala Minister
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram is asking the Chennai police to register a case against a person who claimed to be his personal secretary and asked for permission from the Kerala Forest Department to visit Ponnambalamedu ...
Apex court to hear on Friday PIL against truckers’ strike
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday posted to Friday hearing on a public interest litigation petition that highlighted the hardships faced by the common man due to the truckers’ strike. Chief Justice K.G. Balakrishnan, heading ...
I have been made scapegoat: judge
New Delhi: Justice Nirmal Yadav of the Punjab and Haryana High Court, indicted by a three-member in-house committee that probed allegations that she received Rs. 15 lakh, has denied her involvement in the scam and sought the documents relied ...
India-Russia naval exercise by month-end
NEW DELHI: Six Russian warships, including a nuclear-powered missile cruiser, will take part in a joint naval exercise with the Indian Navy in the Arabian Sea by this month end. Called “INDRA,” the exercise is part of the ...
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