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Manmohan expresses concern over the huge backlog of cases
More courts will come up in panchayats once Gram Nyayalaya Act is implemented
Sonia: governments must be sensitive to common man
NEW DELHI: It is the responsibility of every government to ensure that its legislative agenda has, at its core, a genuine concern for the well being of the common man, reflecting their hopes and aspirations, Congress president Sonia Gandhi has ...
A blot on the clean slate of Gujarat: Congress
Zakia Jaffrey hopes some justice will be done to the 2002 post-Godhra riot victims
Says BJP: Modi is law-abiding
SIT acting on petition raising questions of State complicity
NEW DELHI: The Special Investigation Team, which interrogated Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday, is acting on a petition filed by Zakia Jaffrey and the Citizens for Justice and Peace. That petition alleged the involvement of Mr. ...
By questioning SIT, he is questioning Supreme Court: Moily
We'll field a woman against Mulayam: Amar Singh
“For his disrespect, he will be defeated by a woman in poll”
Response will be swift: Chidambaram
NEW DELH: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram has described terrorism, naxalism and social evils like child marriages as serious challenges faced by the country. He also said that India's response to any future terror attack would be ...
High-power committee to probe Stephen Park blaze
3 more bodies found; stench adds to fears of death toll going up
No returning to SP, says Amar Singh
NEW DELHI: The expelled leader, Amar Singh, on Saturday ruled out his return to the Samajwadi Party, while heaping praises on Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi on his blog. Mr. Amar Singh is an unattached member in the Rajya ...
Chavan shows up at literary meet a day in advance
Change in schedule being seen as attempt to pacify Congress leadership
Tribals, Dalits still at the bottom in most indicators
NEW DELHI: Indigenous groups and Dalits continue to be at the bottom in most indicators of well-being, the Muslims and the Other Backward Classes (OBCs) occupy the middle rung, while forward caste Hindus and other minority religions are at the ...
Rope indigenous people into climate change decisions: Agatha
They make up 6% of humanity and are perilously close to the threat
Swamy wants end to state control of temples
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Former Union Law Minister and Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy has called for an end to the system of government control on temples in India. Inaugurating a meeting of Hindu organisations held under the ...
Amitabh need not apologise, says Jaya
NEW DELHI: Samajwadi Party Member of Parliament Jaya Bachchan on Friday said there was no need for her actor-husband Amitabh Bachchan to apologise for his presence at the inauguration of the last four lanes of the Bandra-Worli sea-link in ...
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