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Supreme Court grants bail to Rathore in molestation case
Bench takes into consideration closure reports filed by CBI in fresh cases against him
Need to regulate microfinance institutions: AIDWA
Kanpur: Among the several resolutions passed on Thursday by the 9th conference of the All India Democratic Women's Association (AIDWA) in Kanpur, one of the most important ones was on the need to regulate microfinance institutions (MFIs), ...
“Transparency, tough decisions to mark new regime”
Mumbai: Transparency and a political will to take tough decisions would be the challenges before the Maharashtra government, Prithviraj Chavan, the State's new Chief Minister, told a press conference here on Thursday. Mr. Prithviraj ...
Food Security law soon: Centre
NEW DELHI: The Centre informed the Supreme Court on Thursday that it would soon put in place the National Food Security legislation after taking into consideration the recommendations of the National Advisory Council. This law would address ...
Life term for 44 in decade-old West Bengal murders case
Trinamool claimed that 11 persons killed in July 2000 were its supporters
Congress slams RSS, BJP for Sudershan's remarks against Sonia
RSS, BJP say they disagree with his views
‘NAC failed to address hunger and malnutrition'
NEW DELHI: The Right to Food Campaign said on Thursday that it was “extremely disappointed” with the recommendations of the National Advisory Council (NAC) on the proposed Food Security Bill and that it would continue its struggle ...
Registration not granted for operating NBFC on principles of Sharia: RBI
Kochi: The Reserve Bank of India on Thursday informed the Kerala High Court that it had not issued a certificate of registration to any company for carrying on the business of non-banking financial institutions in accordance with the ...
Ray's Sikkim blocked after debut
KOLKATA: The future screening of Satyajit Ray's keenly-anticipated film Sikkim at the 16th Kolkata Film Festival was blocked a few hours after its first-ever public showing in one of the venues of the festival here on Thursday afternoon. An ad ...
Biggest scandal ever, says Naidu
‘Manmohan, Sonia owe an explanation to the nation'
MoEF likely to issue show cause notice to Adarsh
NEW DELHI: The Union Ministry of Environment and Forests is likely to issue a show cause notice to the scam-hit Adarsh Housing Society in Mumbai soon, now that it has proof that the building's promoters never even applied for an environmental ...
India to build 1,000 houses for Tamils in Sri Lanka
Posco may shift to Karnataka
Seoul: A senior government official told reporters here on Thursday that Posco might shift to Karnataka, which was making active overtures to the Korean company. This gives a new twist to the ongoing tussle between the Ministry of ...
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