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Supreme Court collegium sticks to shifting Justice Dinakaran to Sikkim
He will perform judicial work in that High Court; Khehar for Karnataka
Correspondence between Kalam, Vajpayee not privileged, says CIC
NEW DELHI: The Central Information Commission (CIC) has held that the Centre cannot claim any immunity or privilege from disclosing the correspondence between the former President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, and the then Prime Minister, Atal Bihari ...
First indigenous stealth frigate commissioned
MUMBAI: Defence Minister A.K. Antony on Thursday underscored the increasing prowess of the Navy, which he said had charted a course not only to defend the country but also to protect its interests beyond the shores. “The situation ...
BJP rethink on Jharkhand
NEW DELHI: In less than 24 hours after the Bharatiya Janata Party announced it would withdraw support to the Shibu Soren government in Jharkhand, the party decided to rethink its strategy. Hope of forming a government in Jharkhand with a ...
We will get to the bottom of phone tapping: Chidambaram
NEW DELHI: The Union government said on Thursday it would get to the bottom of the phone tapping issue and take action against those responsible for illegal and unauthorised interception of political leaders, as reported in a section of the ...
Congress watching situation
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Thursday said it was closely watching the situation in Jharkhand and it was in no hurry to form a government. “We will not offer the chief ministership to anyone in Jharkhand,” Union Minister Subodh ...
Walkout over price issue for third day
Pranab's reply unsatisfactory: Sushma
AIADMK, DMK clash in Rajya Sabha
NEW DELHI: Arch political rivals the AIADMK and the DMK on Thursday clashed in the Rajya Sabha over the phone tapping issue. Participating in a discussion on the subject, AIADMK leader V. Maitreyan alleged interception of conversations ...
Doctor couple grilled for alleged links with Madhuri
SRINAGAR: Security agencies have questioned a doctor couple at Sunderbani in Rajouri district in Jammu and Kashmir in connection with their alleged links with Madhuri Gupta, an Indian diplomat posted in Islamabad recently arrested on the ...
‘Precious little' done to bring anti-Sikh rioters to book
NEW DELHI: The issue of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots rocked both Houses of Parliament on Thursday. In the Lok Sabha, the issue was raised by Harsimrat Kaur of the Akali Dal during zero hour. Backed by the combined Opposition, including the ...
Kushboo didn't direct remark at any person or group: court
She only urged societal acceptance of premarital sex when partners are committed to each other
3G: provisional winning price touches Rs. 9,330 crore
NEW DELHI: The provisional winning price for pan-India 3G spectrum on Thursday reached Rs.9,330 crore even as Communications and Information Technology Minster A. Raja said the e-auction process was likely to be completed within next two ...
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