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“I have a lifetime of tears ahead of me”
Tetari Devi’s husband died in firing at Mumbai CST
“I don’t think India has forgotten Gandhi”
India can help change the world in a number of ways, says Martin Luther King III
Corruption among judges will be dealt with
Statutory provisions coming: Bhardwaj
No rift with Shiv Sena, says Advani
“NDA is getting stronger with new partners in Haryana, U.P. and Assam”
Colombo asked to work out evacuation details
NEW DELHI: India has asked Sri Lanka to work out the logistics to evacuate the civilians caught in the fighting between the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam and the armed forces, and promised to give all help, including medical care and ...
Recovery of economy in October: Chidambaram
NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Tuesday predicted an upturn in the Indian economy in the beginning of October, the third quarter of 2009-10. The Minister, who was speaking on the occasion of presentation of the National ...
‘Mix-up’ causes furore in Rajya Sabha
NEW DELHI: The All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam on Tuesday forced an adjournment of the Rajya Sabha protesting against a “mistake” by the Secretariat and insisting on an assurance that its member K. Malaisamy be allowed to ...
“BJP’s promise of muscular foreign policy a Nazi legacy”
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Tuesday described Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) promise of a ‘muscular foreign policy’ if the National Democratic Alliance is voted to power as a Nazi legacy since the term appeared for the first ...
No stay on High Court ruling in Godhra case
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to stay the operation of a Gujarat High Court judgment that the Godhra train carnage was not a terrorist act and hence charges under the Prevention of Terrorism Act were not applicable to the 79 ...
Parliament adopts Bill to curb money laundering
NEW DELHI: Parliament has adopted the Prevention of Money Laundering (Amendment) Bill, 2009 with the Lok Sabha passing the measure on Tuesday. The Rajya Sabha cleared it last week. The Bill aims at combating money laundering, terror ...
No joint ventures for rail projects
Poor response to calls for bids: Chidambaram
High Court issues notice to Kodnani, Patel
AHMEDABAD: The Gujarat High Court on Tuesday rescheduled for March 2 hearing on the application of the Special Investigation Team seeking cancellation of anticipatory bail to Minister of State for Women’s Welfare Mayaben Kodnani and ...
Manipur: Left urges Central intervention
NEW DELHI: The Left parties will meet President Pratibha Devisingh Patil and Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Wednesday to press for Central intervention in Manipur to help the State deal with the National Socialist Council of Nagaland ...
“India will not dilute its stand at WTO”
NEW DELHI: India on Tuesday said it would remain firm at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) with regard to protection for the Indian farmers and continue to safeguard its domestic economy notwithstanding international ...
Additional Solicitor General Mohan dead
New Delhi: R. Mohan, Additional Solicitor General of India in the Supreme Court, died here on Tuesday after a brief illness. He was 59 and is survived by his wife and daughter. Mr. Mohan’s appointment came in July 2004 and since then ...
Sonia sets deadline for shortlist
NEW DELHI: Congress president Sonia Gandhi has set a deadline of March 5 for receipt of a shortlist of candidates for the Lok Sabha elections. The deadline was set at a meeting of general secretaries and chairpersons of screening ...
France to lend support for new IIT in Jaipur
MUMBAI: The French government will lend its support to the setting up of a new Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Jaipur, which will focus on the study of aeronautical engineering and energy research, a special envoy of French President ...
Lalu hopeful of keeping secular votes united
NEW DELHI: Railway Minister and Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad on Tuesday expressed his confidence of carrying the United Progressive alliance (UPA) as a well-knit force in taking on the NDA in Bihar in the Lok Sabha elections. ...
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