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“Civil society has an important role in shaping public opinion”
Dinakaran's family members encroached on land: report
NEW DELHI:Union Law Minister Veerappa Moily met Chief Justice of India K.G. Balakrishnan and handed over the enquiry report submitted to the government by the Survey of India on alleged land-grabbing by Justice P.D. Dinakaran and his family ...
India to continue work in Afghanistan
Humanitarian and reconstruction mission will go on: Menon
We will ensure safe passage of Women's Bill, says BJP
Opposition to the Bill has begun to show signs of crumbling
19 injured in CPI(M)-Trinamool clash
KOLAGHAT (WEST BENGAL): Nineteen supporters of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and the Trinamool Congress were injured on Saturday and an office of the Left party and a shop set ablaze during a clash between the two sides and a ...
DMK, AIADMK back women's Bill
Advocate-General shot at and injured
IMPHAL: Suspected militants shot at and seriously injured Manipur Advocate-General Nongmeikappam Koteshwar when he was returning here on Saturday in a convoy that also had two Ministers in it. The militants opened fire at Mr. Koteshwar, ...
Threat to judge who upheld death for Aftab Ansari
KOLKATA: Justice Kalidas Mukherjee, one of the two Calcutta High Court judges who upheld the death sentence awarded to Aftab Ansari in the 2002 Amercian Center case here, has received a threat letter. His security has been enhanced. The ...
Delhi blasts accused arrested in U.P.
LUCKNOW: The Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) of the U.P. police arrested an Indian Mujahideen operative and accused in the Delhi serial bomb blasts, Salman alias Chhotu, in Siddhartnagar district on Friday night. He carried a reward of Rs.1 lakh on ...
Bunker destroyed, naxalites flee
BANKA (Bihar): The police and paramilitary forces destroyed a Maoist bunker at Birma in this district on Saturday. But the naxals holed up there escaped. On information provided by an arrested rebel, the forces encircled the bunker and ...
Police teams formed to secure Nithyananda
CHENNAI: A former disciple of the Bangalore-based Nithyananda Dharmapeetam has confessed to having videographed Swami Nithyananda in a sexual act with an actress. In a complaint lodged with the Chennai police, Nithya Dharmananda alias K. ...
A device to help them speak
ARM-based processor in AVAZ in the service of people with cerebral palsy
Ten billion, and counting...
Twitter has seen an upsurge in India in recent months
India's gritty show not good enough
S. Africa stuns Pakistan; Australia beats Spain
Oscars face unusual problem — lack of stars
Los Angeles: For the first time in years, the motion picture academy has a bona fide blockbuster, Avatar, as frontrunner to take home armfuls of awards. It also has a plucky David to the CGI monster's Goliath, in the low budget Iraq drama The ...
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