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Court's suggestion on Lalit Modi plea
New Delhi: With the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) maintaining that it would not be possible to reconstitute the Disciplinary Committee set up to probe the allegations against the former chairman of the Indian Premier League, ...
Mamata in a hurry for early poll announcement
She does not want her party's streak of poll successes to wane
Prasar Bharati Board discusses CVC report against CEO
NEW DELHI: The Prasar Bharati Board briefly discussed the Central Vigilance Commission's report against its chief executive officer B.S. Lalli at its meeting on Thursday after it was brought up by a member. Informed sources said the ...
“Relevant parts of hostile witnesses' evidence can be used for conviction”
Supreme Court: undue importance should not be attached to discrepancies
Liability law has put nuclear agreement in jeopardy, says Nicholas Burns
WASHINGTON: The civil nuclear liability law “deviates significantly” from international standards and makes equipment suppliers potentially liable for as long as 80 years, a new report says. It also asks India to take quick and ...
Geelani calls for boycott of interlocutors
It's a ploy to gain time, says separatist leader; Pandits create ruckus at convention on Kashmir
EAC may give nod for Navi Mumbai airport
Mumbai: The meeting between the Expert Appraisal Committee (EAC) and State officials here on Thursday seems to have resolved some issues of contention in the Navi Mumbai proposed international airport project. “There is a sense of ...
Kasab appears via video-conferencing
Mumbai: After a day's absence, Mohammad Ajmal Amir Kasab on Thursday appeared briefly before the Bombay High Court via video-conferencing in the case of confirmation of death sentence awarded to him for his role in the November 2008 Mumbai ...
Supreme Court: not all live-in affairs are ‘relationship in the nature of marriage'
Court: dowry, for fear of cancellation, is no offence
New Delhi: Giving dowry for fear that a proposed marriage may otherwise be called off is not an offence, the Delhi High Court has held while quashing an FIR against a bride and her family for conceding the demands of the groom's ...
Bailout package to Emaar-MGF defended
New Delhi: The government on Thursday put up a stout defence of the controversial Rs. 766-crore bailout package to Commonwealth Games Village developer Emaar-MGF even as vigilance sleuths unearthed alleged discrepancies by the Delhi ...
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