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Supreme Court stays mining by OMC in A.P.
New Delhi: In a setback to the Reddy brothers of Karnataka, the Supreme Court on Monday stayed all further mining activities by the Obulapuram Mining Company (OMC) in Andhra Pradesh. A Bench consisting of Chief Justice K.G. Balakrishnan ...

Obulapuram falls silent
ANANTAPUR: The Obulapuram Mining Corporation, owned by Karnataka Ministers G. Janardhan Reddy and G. Karunakara Reddy, has suspended mining operations and iron-ore transportation at Obulapuram in Anantapur district in the wake of the Supreme ...

Railway directive for safe running of trains
NEW DELHI: In the wake of a series of attacks on the Railways by the Communist Party of India (Maoist) during the past two days, the Railway Board on Tuesday held an emergency meeting and issued fresh directives for the safe running of all ...

Centre issues alert to Maoist violence-hit States
NEW DELHI: The Centre has issued an alert to Maoist violence-affected States against possible attacks on railway networks in the wake of naxal cadres targeting a Rajdhani Express train in Gaya, by blasting the rail tracks. The Home ...

Children at risk as schools become barracks in anti-Maoist war
Chhattisgarh defies the Supreme Court and security forces are still in occupation of school premises despite assurances to the contrary.

Live-in, pre-marital sex not an offence, observes court
Reserves judgment on actor Kushboo's petition

Cynosure of all eyes
New Delhi: Actor Kushboo, facing as many as 22 criminal cases for allegedly endorsing pre-marital sex in her interviews, was the cynosure of all eyes in the Supreme Court on Tuesday as she was seated in the first row reserved for ...

CPI(M) releases booklet on Surjeet
NEW DELHI: Recounting the contribution of its founding member and the former general secretary, Harkishan Singh Surjeet, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Tuesday brought out a publication on the late leader. “This booklet ...

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