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Left, BJP see plan to impose President’s rule in State
Robust 7.9% GDP growth, a pleasant surprise
NEW DELHI: Taking the authorities by surprise, the Indian economy notched up a healthy growth of 7.9 per cent in the second quarter (July-September) this fiscal, powered in large measure by a robust, stimulus packages-aided industrial ...
26/11: court fires Ajmal’s lawyer
Mumbai: In a repeat of history in the 26/11 trial, the special sessions court on Monday revoked the appointment of Abbas Kazmi as advocate for Mohammad Ajmal Amir ‘Kasab.’ Mr. Kazmi’s assistant K.P. Pawar was appointed to ...
It’s for Centre to decide whether or not to elevate Dinakaran: CJI
Transfer him; until then don’t give him judicial work, say Karnataka lawyers
New police system to aid intelligence
Newspapers asked to evolve revenue model without compromising on mission
Debate at Annual Press Freedom Round Table centred on revenue-content divide
New media platforms hold out big promise for newspapers to grow
HYDERABAD: Using the mobile platform to expand audiences and connecting with readers using social media such as Twitter, Facebook and even custom-built tools are important methods for newspapers to grow, speakers at the annual Digital Media ...
‘No security lapse at Kaiga’
Karwar: The station director of the Kaiga Atomic Power Station, J.P. Gupta, has denied that there was a security lapse on the part of the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) at Kaiga. He said different government agencies ...
Centre need not send any team: Prakash Karat
KOLKATA: The “unilateral decision” by the Centre to send a team to West Bengal “is not a good thing,” said General Secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) Prakash Karat here on Monday. “The ...
Bid to smuggle TV sets foiled
CHENNAI: A suspect who allegedly purchased brand new television sets from beneficiaries of the free colour television scheme for selling them at a higher price in Andhra Pradesh was arrested by the police here early on Monday. According ...
Koda remanded to judicial custody
RANCHI: The former Jharkhand Chief Minister, Madhu Koda, was arrested on Monday from his residence in Chaibasa and remanded to 14 days judicial custody by the Special Vigilance Judge here in connection with a disproportionate assets case being ...
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