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Probe Tharoor's IPL link: Brinda
TIRUNELVELI: Minister of State for External Affairs Shashi Tharoor should step down for his involvement in the Indian Premier League owning moral responsibility, Communist Party of India (Marxist) Polit Bureau member Brinda Karat said on ...
No Maoists in West Bengal, says Mamata Banerjee
Over a crore take holy dip at Kumbh on Mesh Sankranti
Car mows down five pilgrims; Chief Minister orders magisterial inquiry
We'll ride out the storm: Congress
The Left and the Right determined to put the government on the mat
Countdown for GSLV-D3 launch progressing smoothly
Rocket will soar from its launch pad in Sriharikota at 4.27 p.m. today
JD (S) to seek Congress support
NEW DELHI: Former Prime Minister and Janata Dal (Secular) president H. D. Deve Gowda on Wednesday said he would seek the support of the Congress for his party candidate in the Rajya Sabha biennial elections from Karnataka. “We had ...
Not resigning: Tharoor
Sunanda denies she is a proxy for the Union Minister
Jaswant: we can undo the consequences of Partition
Court pulls up police; CID to probe Ahmedabad land-grab
AHMEDABAD: Passing strictures on the police, the Gujarat High Court has directed the State CID (Crime) to investigate alleged land-grabbing by a ruling Bharatiya Janata Party MLA and builder, Babubhai Jamnadas Patel, and his son, Lalit Patel, ...
Two CPI(M) men killed in Lalgarh
KOLKATA: The bodies of two persons, suspected to have been killed by Maoists in West Bengal's Lalgarh region late on Monday, were found on Wednesday. Both victims, Ranjit Mal and Goutam Mal, residents of Dhula village and CPI(M) ...
President for linkage between corporate world and farm sector
NEW DELHI: President Pratibha Patil on Wednesday underlined the need to forge a link between the corporate world and the agriculture sector to speed up the development process in the rural areas and remove poverty. “A transparent ...
Probe to see if hospital violence was planned
KOLKATA: The West Bengal government would conduct a probe to check whether the mob rampage at a city hospital on Tuesday was spontaneous or planned, West Bengal Chief Secretary Ashok Mohan Chakraborti said. Talking to the media at the ...
Disability rights activists oppose copyright regime
BANGALORE: The proposed amendments to the Copyright Act (1957), slated to be tabled in the second phase of the budget session of Parliament that begins on Thursday, has disability rights activists up in arms. The copyright exception, ...
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