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Supreme Court to hear Ayodhya case today
J&K government claims 80% attendance in rural schools
Geelani terms government move a drama as most students skip schools
Games: Prince Charles, Pratibha will have a prominent role
LONDON: Prince Charles's office sought to play down the reported row over whether he or President Pratibha Patil would open the Delhi Commonwealth Games saying that both would have a “prominent role” in the opening ...
Hooper's remarks unkind: Dikshit
NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Monday took exception to Commonwealth Games CEO Mike Hooper's reported remarks about the capital's population coming in the way of its preparations for the international sporting ...
10 Naxals, three policemen killed
RANCHI: Even as more than 10 Maoists and three policemen were killed in an anti-Naxal operation in the Saranda forest in Jharkhand's West Singhbhum district since Saturday, Naxalites blasted the Panchayat Bhawan, Anandpur, and a hostel here on ...
Group of interlocutors to be finalised this week
Chairman to enjoy rank of Union Cabinet Minister; J&K government to hold meeting of Unified Command on Thursday
Order reserved on Amin's plea
AHMEDABAD: The Gujarat High Court on Monday reserved its order till October 7 on reference made by the special CBI court seeking its direction on the constitutional validity of the request of the former DSP , Narendra Amin, to turn an approver ...
Court directive to State on auto fares
Dedicated police stations soon for senior citizens
CHENNAI: One police station in each of the nine police districts in Chennai will be dedicated for interaction with people, particularly senior citizens, on designated days from October 1. Additional Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) ...
Two ULFA cadres held
Golaghat: Two ULFA cadres and a sympathiser of the banned outfit were arrested from Assam's Golaghat district, police said on Monday. Acting on a tip-off, the police nabbed the duo from Anil Baruah's house in the Borpathar area. Baruah ...
Athletes, officials throng Delhi
NEW DELHI: The focus is slowly shifting back to the athletes with the Commonwealth Games just five days away. The Games Village remained the cynosure for good reasons, as 550 athletes and officials arrived in the capital on Monday. Flag ...
MNREGA workers peeved at being paid Re. 1
NEW DELHI: Peeved at being paid just Re. 1 as their daily wage for the labour they put in under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MNREGA), workers of Gudlia Gaon under Rupbas Panchayat of Tonk district in Rajasthan ...
‘Exercise restraint in reporting CWG preparations'
No threat of rains disrupting Games
NEW DELHI: Those in charge of the Commonwealth Games can now breathe easy, at least on the weather front. The southwest monsoon has begun to withdraw and there is no chance of rains disrupting the Games, barring a freak phenomenon. The ...
BJP against religious music at CWG
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party has suggested that religion and religious practices be left to the “private domain of players” and that it would not be wise to depart from the secular tradition of the Commonwealth Games by ...
Langurs to keep monkeys away during Commonwealth Games
New Delhi: To keep monkeys away from the Commonwealth Games venues here, the civic authorities are now ‘deploying' langurs. The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has brought in 10 langurs for the same, an official said. The NDMC already ...
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