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Baig alleged in House that Omar was involved in 2006 sex scam
“Omar not in CBI list of accused”
NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Tuesday said the name of Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah did not figure among the 17 accused examined by the Central Bureau of Investigation in the sex scandal that rocked the ...
Omar’s resignation extinguishes flames of scandal
Internal police note naming him was debunked in the 2006 CBI probe
Omar figures in list of suspects: PDP
Crime bill: Gujarat Assembly sticks to stand yet again
It rejects all three amendments recommended by President
Metro Rail probe blames it on design deficiency
NEW DELHI: The probe team set up by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has attributed the July 12 accident at Jamrudpur that claimed six lives to “deficiency in design” and “lack of adequate curing of ...
Foreign policy altered: NDA
NEW DELHI: A hundred and forty-six MPs of the National Democratic Alliance from both Houses of Parliament marched to the Rashtrapati Bhavan here on Tuesday and handed a memorandum to President Pratibha Patil, charging the government with ...
Non-BJP Opposition parties protest price rise
NEW DELHI: The Left and other non-Congress, non-BJP parties on Tuesday protested against the rise in the prices of essential commodities by staging a sit-in outside Parliament and raising the issue inside the chambers, forcing a brief ...
Paddy sowing badly hit: Pawar
We will offer all help and cooperation to the States in meeting the situation
“I am on Left,” says Amartya Sen
There is no such thing as “perfect” justice, he argues
U.S. switches off Havana ticker
It was smuggled through the U.S. diplomatic pouch, secretly installed across the facade of a building overlooking Havana and given a very specific mission: to annoy Cuban leader Fidel Castro. The scrolling electronic sign, a low-tech ...
Children trained as bombers rescued
There are many more, says Pakistan
Status quo on policy rates can spur investment demand: Subbarao
Reserve Bank raises GDP growth projection to 6 per cent with an upward bias
India-England first Test today
HOCKEY / Brasa’s team has a lot at stake
‘Indians trust traditional forms of advertising’
A whopping 93 per cent of respondents trusted personal recommendations over other forms
Defacement ban on road structures from August 1
CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation’s ban on posters and graffiti on flyovers, bridges, and pedestrian and vehicular subways, in all 250 facilities, will come into effect on August 1. Mayor M. Subramanian said the ban would be in ...
Mettur dam opened, but inflow down
Officials pin hope on monsoon revival to maintain regular discharge
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