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Manmohan thanks BJP for backing Bill
Pleased that government took on board most of our concerns: Sushma Swaraj
Anti-Vedanta MP once wanted alumina company in Niyamgiri
NEW DELHI: Today, he is known as a champion of tribal rights and a leader in the fight against Vedanta's proposal to mine bauxite in Niyamgiri. But 14 years ago, Bhakta Charan Das, Congress MP from Kalahandi sang a different ...
India to normalise defence ties with Sri Lanka
Killing of fishermen unacceptable: India
“Saffron terror” disrupts Lok Sabha
NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram's reference to “saffron terrorism” on Wednesday led to the disruption of the Lok Sabha proceedings on Thursday, with the Shiv Sena and Bharatiya Janata Party members demanding an ...
CBI: lift stay on action against police for Nandigram firing
Supreme Court fixes hearing on plea for September
Farmers won't allow loot of land: Ajit Singh
NEW DELHI: Farmers' protests against inadequate compensation for land acquired by the Uttar Pradesh government for the Yamuna Expressway project reached the capital on Thursday, with thousands of Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) supporters thronging ...
Rains push CWG venues deadline past August 31
NEW DELHI: The government has blamed the rains for further delay in meeting deadlines for the Commonwealth Games. After several extended deadlines, the Group of Ministers had finally set August 31 as the date for construction to be ...
DTC Bill on track for implementation
NEW DELHI: Unlike the Constitution Amendment Bill on the proposed Goods and Services Tax (GST) which remains mired in confusion and controversy owing to the delicate question of infringing on the fiscal autonomy of States in indirect taxation, ...
Defiant Saroori sacked from J&K Ministry
SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Thursday recommended to Governor N.N. Vohra the dismissal of G.M. Saroori, Minister for Roads and Buildings, from his Council of Ministers. An official spokesman said the ...
Hearing on BCCI amendment begins in Supreme Court
Change which enables administrators to be part of IPL questioned
Lok Sabha adopts Nalanda University Bill
NEW DELHI: The Lok Sabha on Thursday adopted the Nalanda University Bill, 2010, which has already been approved by the Rajya Sabha, to set up a Rs.1,005-crore international university at Nalanda in Bihar, where a varsity for Buddhist learning ...
BJP opposes amendment to enemy property Bill
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party has conveyed to the government that it remains opposed to the amended Bill on enemy property that seeks to replace an ordinance, and is expected to be taken up in Parliament over the next two working ...
What are their genuine grievances, asks Joshi
Court to decide on 100 p.c. quota for STs in tribal areas
For the posts of primary school teachers in scheduled areas
10-day police custody for diamond heist accused
Four foreign nationals behind it nabbed in Dubai
Amethi: High Court stay to continue
NEW DELHI: The Mayawati Government in Uttar Pradesh suffered a setback on Thursday with the Supreme Court refusing to interfere at this stage with the Allahabad High Court order staying the notification naming a district after Dalit leader ...
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