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CPI(M) for independent role
VIJAYAWADA: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Tuesday resolved to step up its fight against the ‘neo-liberal' economic policies of the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government and the communal politics practised by the ...
BSNL partially restores mobile service in Leh
LEH: Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has managed to restore its mobile phone service in some areas here. BSNL chief general manager Mishi Nath Gupta told TheHindu over phone from Jammu that the short message service (SMS) service ...
BJP joins J&K team, on Centre's invite
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party had its way, securing an invitation for itself from Home Minister P. Chidambaram to be part of an all-party delegation from Jammu and Kashmir that met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh here on ...
No merger, only alliance with Congress: Ajit Singh
LUCKNOW: Rashtriya Lok Dal president Ajit Singh on Tuesday ruled out the possibility of merger with the Congress. At the same time, he kept the option open for an alliance with that party in the 2012 Assembly polls in Uttar ...
CBI will accept Amin as approver
AHMEDABAD: The Central Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday said it would accept the former Gujarat Deputy Superintendent of Police, Narendra Amin, as an approver and prosecution witness provided he was prepared to disclose before court all ...
MSC Chitra ordered to pay damages
Mamata complains of chest pain, advised rest
Manu Sharma's plea fails
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to review its April 19 judgment confirming a Delhi High Court order awarding life imprisonment to Manu Sharma, son of senior Congress leader and former Union Minister Vinod Sharma, in the ...
U.S. visa law discriminatory, says India
NEW DELHI: India on Tuesday conveyed its concern to the United States over the proposed legislation to increase the fee for H1B and L type visas. Legislation S-3271 on Making Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for U.S. Border Security ...
Send Bofors records to trial court, says Supreme Court
New Delhi: To facilitate the trial court to take a decision on the CBI application for closure of the Bofors case against Italian businessman Ottavio Quattrocchi, the Supreme Court on Tuesday directed its Registry to send the records ...
Army seeks Pakistan counterpart's help
NEW DELHI: The Indian Army has sought the assistance of its Pakistani counterpart in tracing the bodies of at least 23 jawans and three Junior Commissioned Officers swept away by the recent flash floods in the Ladakh region. When an ...
No problem if successor is outsider: Narayana Murthy
New Delhi: Infosys Chairman and chief mentor N.R. Narayana Murthy on Tuesday said it wouldn't be difficult for an outsider to succeed him and asserted that non-meritorious members of the founders' families would not be part of the ...
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