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Manmohan favours disabled-friendly laws
Assurance to delegation which met him in Parliament
Pune Police Commissioner's fate hangs in the balance
MUMBAI/PUNE: While Maharashtra Minister of State for Home Ramesh Bagwe declared in the State Legislative Council on Tuesday that the Pune Police Commissioner would be transferred, Home Minister R.R. Patil seems disinclined to take such a ...
BJP demands JPC probe into ‘price scam'
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party on Tuesday demanded a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe into the allegations of a scam in commodities exchange, sugar import and forward trading, which together have led to the rising prices of ...
In a mix-up, Supreme Court sends 4 persons to jail and frees 4 others
Two mistakes in the same murder case
Right to Food Campaign activists seek debate on proposed food security Bill
NEW DELHI: The Right to Food Campaign on Tuesday expressed its disappointment with the “narrow manner'' in which the proposed food security Bill was being formulated and sought a public debate on the subject. They resolved to intensify ...
Naxalites kill Marxist leader
Top Maoist leader reportedly detained, being interrogated
Fight Naxals politically, says CPI leader
NEW DELHI: Asserting that Left-wing extremism had to be fought politically and ideologically, Communist Party of India MP D. Raja called upon the Union government to rework its strategy in dealing with naxalism, stating that the only way to ...
Don't junk seized vehicles, court tells police
New Delhi: To prevent national waste, the Supreme Court on Monday permitted insurance companies/owners concerned to take possession of seized vehicles, used in commission of offences, after getting the release order from the competent ...
BASIC to discuss Kyoto Protocol survival
NEW DELHI: At their meeting this weekend, the four BASIC countries – Brazil, South Africa, India and China – will discuss the Kyoto Protocol's chances of survival. According to the agenda prepared by the South African hosts, ...
Most of arrested Muslims are innocent: Shahi Imam
New Delhi: The Shahi Imam of the Jama Masjid, Syed Ahmed Bukhari, has sought an independent, high-level inquiry into bomb blasts of all kinds, fake encounters and confinement of Muslim youth, to nail the lie that Muslims are involved in acts ...
Navy to have air enclave at CIAL
KOCHI: With an eye on its future aviation requirements, the Navy plans to carve out an air enclave on the sprawling campus of the Cochin International Airport Limited (CIAL). Eleven acres of land adjoining the airport's cargo complex ...
Registrar of Companies to collect details
NEW DELHI: With the Indian Premier League (IPL) saga getting murkier, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs on Tuesday asked the Registrar of Companies (RoC) to collect all details of the IPL franchises and the bidding process. In its order, ...
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