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Refers the matter to a Constitution bench
Many Kolkata fire victims still unidentified
KOLKATA: After searching frantically for two days in the interiors of Stephen Court, the site of Tuesday's devastating fire here, at hospitals in the city and the morgue, Ankush Ghosh's sister reconciled herself to the loss and identified a ...
N. Ram to sue Indian Express and Financial Express writer, Editor-in-Chief, and Publisher for defamation
Chennai: N. Ram, Editor-in-Chief of The Hindu and Group publications and Director of Kasturi & Sons Limited, has decided to launch defamatory proceedings, civil and criminal, against Archna Shukla, Senior Editor, The Indian Express, the ...
Kolkata blaze: remand for two
KOLKATA: Two persons — the caretaker of Stephen Court, the building on Park Street where a fire broke out on Tuesday claiming at least 24 lives — and his associate were remanded to 14-day police custody by a city court here on ...
Maharashtra ATS chief transferred
MUMBAI: Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) chief K.P. Raghuvanshi was on Thursday transferred to the post of Additional Director-General of Police (Law and Order), fuelling speculation that his handling of the German Bakery blast probe ...
“Those found guilty of flouting building rules will be punished”
Buddhadeb alleges there is a racket behind illegal constructions
One more observer posted in Pennagaram
EC asks Chief Secretary to submit a report on complaints of money distribution
Pakistan questions India's concerns over nuclear deal
Rs. 4,430 cr. budget estimate for Puducherry
Stress on internal resource mobilisation for funding plan and non-plan schemes
Pakistan must close terror camps: Chidambaram
LONDON: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Thursday urged Pakistan's “friends'' like Britain and the U.S. to put pressure on it to shut down terror camps operating from its soil. Warning that Pakistan-based groups posed as much ...
Tribal children rescued in Manipur
IMPHAL: The police at Sekmai in Manipur have rescued 10 tribal children, including three girls, from a child trafficker on Wednesday. They were being taken to Chennai as a part of a racket. The children, hailing from the interior ...
Husain, Bawa set a new high at auction
Husain's untitled 1955 painting sold for $1,058,500
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