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Law Commission moots sweeping reforms
Equal role for judiciary, executive in appointment of judges
Chavan sets up core group on swine flu
“Situation is serious, but we are equipped to tackle it”
Private airlines to meet Praful Patel today
They had put on hold decision to go on strike on August 18
Femida’s family in a state of shock
All hospitals gave immediate help and took good care of her, it says
Governor partisan, says CPI(M) leader
KOLKATA: Two days after the Left Front Committee suggested that Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi “exhibit more apparent neutrality while making [a] statement in public,” senior leader and central committee member of the Communist Party ...
Legislation to control surrogacy favoured
“The legal issues related to surrogacy are very complex”
Security tightened in Imphal
IMPHAL: The government has intensified security in and around Imphal, ahead of the demonstration called for Monday by Apunba Lup to condemn the killing of two persons in the “fake encounter” here on July 23. Heavily armed ...
Don’t panic: Gujarat Health Minister
GANDHINAGAR: With Gujarat registering its first swine flu death on Sunday, Chief Minister Narendra Modi held a high-level meeting of health authorities at his residence here to review the situation. Non-resident Indian Pravin Patel fell ...
Panel to resolve issues in highway development
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has constituted a committee to resolve the inter-ministerial issues to speed up the ambitious national highways development project taken up by the Road Transport and Highways Ministry. The three-member ...
Law for farm workers’ welfare sought
MALAVALLI (Karnataka): The general council of the All India Agricultural Workers Union (AIAWU) on Sunday sought a comprehensive central legislation for the welfare of agricultural workers, and the implementation of a universal public ...
Eight exotic monkeys stolen from Alipore Zoo
Kolkata: Eight Brazilian marmoset monkeys were stolen from the Alipore Zoological Gardens after the netting of the enclosure in which they were kept was prised open on Saturday night, zoo authorities said here on Sunday. “On ...
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