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Makes dramatic appearance before media; CBI refuses to question him or seek his remand
Encounter on between security forces, Maoists
Ranchi: A fierce encounter took place on Sunday night between security forces and Maoists in the forests bordering Khunti district of Jharkhand, police said. The encounter has been going on for the last several hours but details are yet ...
Naidu for debate on rights of lower riparian States
NEW DELHI: The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) on Sunday said it would lead the fight for the rights of the lower riparian States in sharing of river waters, and rejected the charge that its campaign against Babli project was linked to by-elections ...
Session set for confrontation
Government unwilling to concede ground on adjournment motion
Gujarat government buried CID report on Amit Shah
Additional Director-General of Police had recommended a CBI probe into Shah's role in Madhavpura Bank case
Braving charges, CBI to confront accused with evidence
The agency is likely to further examine senior police officers charge-sheeted in the case
CBI acting as a tool of Centre, alleges former Minister
AHMEDABAD:Four days after he was first issued summons by the CBI on Thursday for questioning, the former Gujarat Minister of State for Home, Amit Shah, made a dramatic appearance before the media on Sunday to present “his side” on ...
£500-million arms deal on Cameron's wish-list for India
Britain “open for business” with New Delhi, seeks an “enhanced relationship”
Kashmir breathes normal for a day
SRINAGAR: Normality returned to the Kashmir Valley on Sunday albeit for a brief period, amid a fresh calendar of protests and strikes rolled out by the hardline faction of the Hurriyat Conference led by Syed Ali Geelani. It was nearly ...
Test series on a razor's edge
Sri Lanka needs a 2-0 result to displace India from the top
We need to learn from our mistakes: Dhoni
Colombo: A Sri Lankan attack without Muttiah Muralitharan and Lasith Malinga may not be easy meat believes Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. “You can always have a hungry youngster with ability who might want to make the best of ...
Kashmiri traders protest raid, arrest
Seized shawls have “no connection whatsoever with endangered wild animals”
Nod for expressway
CHENNAI: The Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) has cleared the proposal to construct an elevated expressway from Chennai Port to Maduravoyal after rejecting it twice. The Expert Appraisal Committee for Coastal Regulation Zone ...
After six decades, family members and Kapil Dev collect Pooran Singh’s ashes
Will be taken to Pooran's village in Punjab, then to Haridwar to be immersed in the Ganga
Congress asks Trinamool ‘to filter out hoodlums'
KOLKATA: The State Congress leadership has asked its senior alliance in West Bengal, the Trinamool Congress, “to filter out hoodlums” from its ranks, the likes of which had attacked Congress supporters on their way back from ...
AI on strong recovery path: Praful Patel
Financial restructuring plans for airline presented to board
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