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Gokhale is CJ of Madras High Court
Names of more CJs cleared
BCI condemns attack on lawyers
New Delhi: The Bar Council of India (BCI) at an emergency meeting on Sunday, condemned the “dastardly” attack by the police on advocates, litigants and staff of the Madras High Court, including a High Court Judge, inside the court ...
Politics of hate gave birth to top terror commander
Fugitive Indian Mujahideen operative Shahbandri’s story
Case filed against Army
Probe ordered into killing of civilians in north Kashmir
EPF Board recommends 8.5 per cent interest
More relief to workers favoured
Chargesheet against Ajmal to be filed in three days
Mumbai: The charge sheet against Mohammed Ajmal Amir ‘Kasab,’ the lone surviving terrorist in the 26/11 terror attacks, will be filed “within two to three days.” “Within two to three days, the charge sheet ...
Pranab, Buddhadeb deplore obstacles to development
“Development must be kept above politics”
Jayawardene and Samaraweera in world record stand
Sri Lanka posts a mammoth 644 for seven before declaring; Pakistan has a tough job on hand
Property dealer shot dead in Delhi
NEW DELHI: In what appears to be the fallout of a financial dispute, a 23-year-old property dealer was killed and his friend injured when some unidentified assailants in a Tata Indica car fired at them in broad daylight in the Ridge area near ...
India rallies to beat New Zealand
Wellington: After conceding an early goal, India rallied to beat New Zealand 2-1 in the second Test of the four-match hockey series at the National Stadium here on Sunday. The home side took the early lead with Simon Child sounding the ...
We are looking to adapt, says Kirsten
The coach downplays India’s miserable show during the tour in 2002-03
Chief Minister says he will go on a fast
If lawyers and police do not bury the hatchet
Azarenka claims second title
Tsonga wins Marseille Open; Roddick to fight it out with Stepanek
15 killed in train-jeep collision in Orissa
Bargarh (Orissa): Fifteen members of a marriage party, including the bride, were killed and another person was critically injured when their vehicle was hit by a train at an unmanned level crossing at Dhanger near here on Sunday. The incident ...
Online approval for building plans soon
CHENNAI: As part of the Chennai Corporation’s initiative to speed up building approval and make plan permits more accurate, the civic body will launch a system of online submission of plan in the city. “The online submission ...
“Bail in bailable offence is absolute right”
New Delhi: The right to claim bail under Section 436 of the Criminal Procedure Code in a bailable offence is an absolute and indefeasible right and court cannot have any discretion to reject bail, the Supreme Court has held. A Bench of ...
An evening of poetry and music in store for Martin Luther King III
Kamal Haasan, Vairamuthu and A.R.Rahman’s group to host a special show
Two lakh jobs lost in gems, jewellery sector
Following global meltdown and recession in overseas markets
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