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Officials asked to “work their way through” difficult issues; Wen coming soon
Third judge upholds rebels' disqualification
Place ruling before Division Bench for pronouncement, orders judge
Defence probe doesn't rule out collusion
NEW DELHI: A Defence Ministry inquiry into the Mumbai Adarsh Housing Society project has ‘ prima facie' unearthed a criminal conspiracy and it does not rule out “collusion” among some officers at the ground level. After ...
Assam serial blasts: two arrested
Kokrajhar (ASSAM): Two National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB) rebels, involved in the 2008 Assam serial blasts, were arrested on Friday along with two others. Haitha Basumatary and Rajendra Basumatary, of the anti-talks faction of ...
CBI seeks details from Navy, Society
Mumbai: The Central Bureau of Investigation has started probing the Adarsh Housing Society issue. “We have asked for certain information from the Society, the Navy and the Collector,” Joint Director Rishi Raj Singh told journalists ...
Congress distances itself from Chavan
Government to consider extension of Metro Rail
TAMBARAM: The State government will consider extension of the Metro Rail project up to Tambaram, Deputy Chief Minister M.K.Stalin said on Friday. Speaking after inaugurating a road overbridge at Pallavaram, Mr.Stalin said he would ...
Why should I resign, asks Ashok Chavan
MUMBAI: Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan whose relatives owned flats in a controversial housing society in south Mumbai said on Friday that news reports in the past few days were politically motivated. However, after the Ministry ...
Flats given to civilians at Chavan's behest: lawyer
Mumbai: It was at the behest of Ashok Chavan, then Revenue Minister and now Chief Minister, that flats in the Adarsh Housing Society building here were given to private members, alleged advocate Y.P. Singh, who represents activist Santosh ...
Bomb scare triggers search of cargo planes in U.S.
WASHINGTON: Cargo planes in the U.S. were searched for suspicious items on Friday after reports of a suspected bomb on a plane in the U.K. set off a security scare about packages from Yemen. At least two American airports were put on high ...
After Prime Ministers' meeting, India and China look to address trust gap
BEIJING: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's meeting with his Chinese counterpart Wen Jiabao in Hanoi would set the tone for both countries to address persisting gaps in strategic trust ahead of the Chinese Premier's December visit to India, say ...
News channel claims superbug could be widespread in India
NEW DELHI: A British television channel has claimed that the New Delhi metallo-B- lactamese (NDM-1) bacteria could be widespread in Indian cities. An independent research carried out by Tom Clarke, science correspondent of Channel 4, ...
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