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Sporadic violence across West Bengal for BJP bandh
KOLKATA: Train services were disrupted, buses torched, shops forced shut and office-goers heckled in stray incidents of violence as supporters of the Bharatiya Janata Party took to the streets to enforce a 12-hour State-wide bandh called by ...
My stand vindicated, says Mamata
KOLKATA: The similarity in the words “assist” and “assess” might have led Trinamool chief Mamata Banerjee to read into Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram’s statement in Parliament earlier on Monday precisely what ...
Liberhan debate postponed
NEW DELHI: The debate on the report of the Liberhan Commission scheduled for Tuesday in the Lok Sabha has been put off till next week. The official reason: some MPs have objected to non-availability of a Hindi translation of the voluminous ...
RTI award for India Today journalist
NEW DELHI: A journalist of India Today has been selected for the first PCRF-NDTV National RTI Award for his new reports based on information he gathered under the Right to Information Act. Vice-President Hamid Ansari ...
Snags hit 7,000 candidates at CAT
CHENNAI: About 7,000 students were unable to write the Common Admission Test (CAT) due to technical snags during the first three days, according to reports from a press conference addressed by Samir Barua, Director of the Indian Institute of ...
NGOs: why toss and delay AIDS Bill?
Law urgently needed to fight discrimination against the affected
Srikumar Banerjee takes over as AEC chairman
CHENNAI: Srikumar Banerjee took over as Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) and Secretary, Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), on Monday from Anil Kakodkar. Mr. Kakodakar, who retired after a 45-year-long stint in the DAE, ...
Thousands court arrest in Assam for food security
Guwahati: Thousands of farmers, students, women activists, workers and trade union activists courted arrest across Assam in response to a jail bharo programme called by the State-unit of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) in protest ...
Koda sees Congress conspiracy
RANCHI: The former Jharkhand Chief Minister, Madhu Koda, on Monday alleged that his arrest was conspired by the Congress to keep him out of the election process in the Kolhan region, his area of influence, of the State. Emerging out of ...
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