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Rehabilitation is nowhere near completion
KANDHAMAL: The administration, the Sal trees in the hills, vast stretches of barren fields and nondescript hamlets of this Orissa district give an impression that everything is alright with the people living here. But the reality on the ground ...
BJP questions Digvijay’s visit to Azamgarh
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party has questioned the visit of Congress leader Digvijay Singh to Azamgarh and his alleged meeting with the families of alleged terrorists. BJP spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad described the visit as a ...
‘Not everything that Sonia wants happens’
She backed probe into Batla House encounter, but the plan was shot down, says Amar Singh
IPCC should not become a climate evangelist: Jairam
“Agency set up last year will be the Indian IPCC”
Shun paid news, Bardhan tells media barons
“This aberration should have been exposed long back”
Shun paid news: Bardhan
NEW DELHI: Communist Party of India general secretary A.B. Bardhan on Thursday urged media houses to end the business of paid news, which was hurting the credibility of Indian media. “The business of paid news should come to an ...
BJP government in Karnataka can be dismissed: Deve Gowda
BANGALORE: The former Prime Minister and Janata Dal (Secular) supremo, H.D. Deve Gowda, said on Thursday that the “failure” of the BJP government in Karnataka to protect the interests of minorities warranted invocation of Article ...
Chavan comes to Shah Rukh’s defence
PUNE: Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan on Thursday came to the defence of actor Shah Rukh Khan, who has been under attack from the Shiv Sena. Security would be provided to anyone who needed it, he told journalists, on the ...
CPI(M) against decontrol of fuel prices: Brinda Karat
KOLKATA: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) is “absolutely opposed to decontrol of prices,” as proposed by the Prime Minister-appointed Kirit Parikh committee, and hopes that the government will have the “common ...
Azad defends rural doctors’ scheme
NEW DELHI: Defending the alternative model for undergraduate medical education to create a separate cadre of “rural doctors,” Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad said on Thursday that the scheme would not ...
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