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“Consultations needed on judges’ accountability Bill”
NEW DELHI: The Campaign for Judicial Accountability and Reform has called for effective consultation before the proposed Bill making it mandatory for High Court and Supreme Court judges to declare their assets was finalised. The ...
Section 377: Centre may seek more time to file response
New Delhi: The Centre is likely to seek more time to file its response in the Supreme Court when a special leave petition challenging the Delhi High Court judgment declaring Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code unconstitutional and ...
Cloudy skies may play spoilsport on total solar eclipse day
NEW DELHI: Disappointment may be in store for both professional and amateur sky watchers with the India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicting cloudy skies over most areas where the century’s longest total solar eclipse will be seen ...
All budget promises will be kept: Mamata
KOLKATA: Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday stressed the importance of infrastructure development for generating employment and asserted that the commitments made by her in the Railway budget would be speedily implemented. ...
Sangita Kalanidhi for Valayapatti Subramaniam
Music Academy honour for thavil maestro
Major programme to regenerate forest cover
Jairam Ramesh wants Hillary to support India’s call
Gujarat police to bring Shaukatullah from Hyderabad
AHMEDABAD: The Gujarat police are expected to bring here Shaukatullah Ghouri, an accused in the terrorist attack on the Akshardham temple in 2002. The police said Shaukatullah, who was arrested in Hyderabad, was one of the local ...
Pakistan: we’ll punish 26/11 perpetrators
Islamabad: Pakistan said on Sunday it was moving “systematically” in probing the Mumbai terror attacks to bring the perpetrators to justice and there should not be an “iota of doubt” on its intentions. Foreign ...
GJM to relax bandh for 10 hours today
KOLKATA: A day after the Union government advanced the date for the tripartite talks, the Gorkha Janamukti Morcha on Sunday decided to relax for 10 hours on Monday the bandh called by it in support of its Gorkhaland demand. “The ...
Indiscipline will not be tolerated, says Karat
Leadership told not to be vindictive against critics
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