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“Single dominant currency not safe”
I think that’s our wish and also I think it’s the wish of many countries, says Chinese Ambassador
Sack Lalu, BJP tells Manmohan
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party on Tuesday demanded that the Prime Minister sack Rashtriya Janata Dal chief and Railway Minister Lalu Prasad from the Cabinet and that he be arrested for saying had he been Home Minister he would have ...
Invoking poet, Rahul Gandhi strikes a chord with Oriyas
Raja Chelliah, veteran economist, passes away
CHENNAI: Raja J. Chelliah, veteran economist and an authority on public finance, passed away at a private hospital in the city on Tuesday afternoon. He is survived by his wife and two daughters. He was 86. After getting a ...
LJP for stringent punishment for hate speeches
NEW DELHI: Releasing its manifesto, the Lok Jan Shakti Party on Tuesday called for a Communal Riot Control Act envisaging stringent punishment for hate speeches and writings, communal riots, and incitement to communal killings and other such ...
EC orders removal of Uttar Pradesh Principal Secretary
LUCKNOW: The Election Commission on Tuesday ordered the removal of the Uttar Pradesh Principal Secretary (Home) Kunwar Fateh Bahadur. Chief Electoral Officer of U.P. Anuj Kumar Bishnoi told journalists that the Commission had directed ...
Arjun: take legal action
Varanasi: Union Human Resource Development Minister Arjun Singh on Tuesday denounced his Cabinet colleague and Railway Minister Lalu Prasad’s remarks that he would have crushed Varun Gandhi under a roller for his hate speech, saying ...
Actors root for producers’ demand
Mumbai: Bollywood stars Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan closed ranks on Tuesday in support of the demand of producers and distributors for an equal share of profits as the multiplexes. The two actors, who are known rivals, donned the ...
Jalayagnam, graft and polls
Allegations of corruption in the YSR government’s ambitious scheme take centre stage
From cockpit to campaign
Sweets, with a Trinamool touch
With polls in West Bengal, can sweets be far behind? Holding up the eastern State’s hallowed tradition, a Bengal sweet-shop has come up with innovative designs of well-known sweets such as sandesh and rasagullas. The sweetshop-owner ...
“Quash criminal proceedings to prevent abuse”
New Delhi: Criminal proceedings pending against an accused in a lower court can be quashed by the High Court exercising its inherent jurisdiction to prevent abuse of the process of court and to secure ends of justice, the Supreme Court has ...
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