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Manmohan: no inaction on Swamy's letters
Prime Minister acted as per the Law Ministry's advice, court told

Action against wrongdoing: PM
New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has promised action against anybody for any “wrong thing” done in the 2G spectrum allocation. Replying to questions after his speech at the HT Leadership Summit here on Saturday, Dr. ...

No talks until Pakistan controls terror machine: PM
“My effort has been to give the greatest importance to improving ties with our neighbours”

Leadership issue not discussed: CM
HUBLI: Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa on Saturday said he had apprised the BJP core committee meeting in Delhi of the developments in Karnataka and, “during the discussion, there was no mention of a change in ...

Political families replacing merit a challenge: Jaitley
2G scam has exposed a “most malignant nexus” among certain forces, says Brinda

Three-year RI for 14 in Kandhamal riots cases
PHULBANI (ORISSA): A court here on Saturday sentenced 14 persons to three-year rigorous imprisonment and imposed a penalty of Rs. 4,500 on each in two cases of the 2008 communal riots in Kandhamal district. Fast track court judge C.R. Das, ...

CAG figure based on prices got from 3G auction
Other factors: sale of equity by 2 new licensees, higher rates S Tel offered to pay in 2007

1,500 tourists rescued near Mt. Everest
KATHMANDU: The Nepalese authorities on Saturday rescued 1,500 tourists with the help of helicopters and airplanes after they were stranded at Lukla, the gateway to Mt. Everest, for more than a week. The trekkers and tourist guides were ...

Report not the final word, says Congress
New Delhi: Even as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh made an appeal on Saturday “to all political parties to allow Parliament to function” and make space for “reasoned debate” to raise “nationally acceptable” ...

Project to improve dams in State to be taken up in 2011-12
CHENNAI: The World Bank-funded Rs.745-crore Dam Rehabilitation and Improvement Project (DRIP), covering 104 dams in the State, will be launched in the next financial year (2011-2012). Of the total number of dams, 66 belong to the Water ...

India gets the better of Pakistan
Sandeep's penalty corner strikes and Sardar's defending make the difference

Plans for Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft
HYDERABAD: India has embarked upon an ambitious project to indigenously design and develop a fifth generation Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA) by 2017. The government released Rs. 100 crore last month to the Bangalore-based ...

Obama greets Sikhs on Guru Nanak anniversary
WASHINGTON: United States President Barack Obama has extended his greetings on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism. In a statement, he said: “On Sunday, many around the world will observe the ...

Maoist leader arrested
KOLKATA: While a senior Maoist leader was arrested at Barikul in Bankura district of West Bengal late on Friday, an anganwadi worker went missing from Lalgarh in Paschim Medinipur district the same day and is suspected to have been abducted by ...

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