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Spurt in infiltration worrying: Antony
Stresses the need for eternal vigilance
EC: no one could tamper with EVMs
NEW DELHI: The Election Commission (EC)on Saturday said that it gave opportunities to political parties, individuals, petitioners before various courts, and other organisations who claimed that Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) could be ...
Law Commission: make bigamy, on change of religion, an offence
New Delhi: The Law Commission has recommended amendments to the Hindu Marriage Act (HMA) and other personal laws to the effect that a person whose marriage is governed by such legislation cannot marry again even after changing religion unless ...
There is sense of unease about working of rule of law: Ansari
Discriminatory use of laws strikes at root of democracy
NRI couple test positive
AHMEDABAD: A non-resident Indian couple, who came here from Atlanta (USA), have tested positive for swine flu. They are under treatment at the Ahmedabad Civil Hospital. Gujarat Health Minister Jaynarayan Vyas said the couple, during ...
President inaugurates Armed Forces Tribunal
NEW DELHI: President Pratibha Patil on Saturday asked the newly set-up Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) to follow the strictest standards of probity. “There should be predictability in court hearings and adjournments must be granted ...
Coast Guard voices concerns over North Korean ship
CHENNAI: Coast Guard authorities who detained a North Korean ship after it dropped anchor off the Andaman and Nicobar Islands without permission late on Thursday night have pointed out that claims made by the crew members on their entry to ...
Tirthankara sculptures return to Kolapakkam
Panchayat says it gave them to a Jain temple at Karambakkam
43 feared dead in Uttarakhand landslip
DEHRA DUN: Forty-three people in three villages — Chetla, Mati and Balagaon near Munsyari in Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand — went missing after heavy debris and rocks from mountain fell on their homes in the wee hours of ...
Violence disrupts Trinamool meeting at Mangalkot
KOLKATA: Mangalkot in West Bengal’s Bardhaman district, which shot into the news in July after senior Congress leaders had to flee following a confrontation with a violent mob, witnessed violence again on Saturday when a team of ...
IIT-Kharagpur sees drop in placement figures
“Only 78 per cent UG and 49 per cent PG students could be placed”
ADGP rank officer to probe Ishrat “encounter” killing
Gujarat High Court orders State government to transfer police investigation
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