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CBDT will conduct inquiry, IB asked to submit report
Show-cause notices to errant firms
NEW DELHI: Initiating action against the companies that were exposed by the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) in its report on the 2G spectrum scam, the Union government on Monday started issuing notices to around a dozen companies for ...
Jagan quits Congress, Kadapa Lok Sabha seat
HYDERABAD: After staying away from the party mainstream for months, Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy, son of the late Chief Minister, Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, resigned the Kadapa Lok Sabha seat and also quit the Congress on Monday to chart his own ...
Cable quotes Hillary as saying India is a ‘self-appointed front runner' for UNSC
Another cable reveals that India was kept out of Afghan meet by Turkey
WikiLeaks a very sensitive issue: Preneet
NEW DELHI: While External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna ignored a question on WikiLeaks at a news conference, Minister of State for External Affairs Preneet Kaur earlier in the day described the leaked U.S. diplomatic cables as a “very ...
Obama not pleased, Hillary regrets leaks
WASHINGTON: U.S. President Barack Obama was decidedly “not pleased” by the release of hundreds of thousands of diplomatic memos by whistle-blower website WikiLeaks, his spokesman Robert Gibbs said on ...
Carry forward efforts to ensure justice to Sri Lankan Tamils, India urged
COLOMBO: The Tamil Parties Forum (TPF), the umbrella organisation of Tamil parties other than Tamil National Alliance (TNA), in a letter to External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna has said efforts by India to ensure ‘equality and justice' ...
Tata petition raises question of two conflicting rights
New Delhi: Did Outlook weekly and Open magazine violate the privacy rights of individual citizens when they placed in the public domain hundreds of conversations that corporate lobbyist Niira Radia held with industry heads, journalists, ...
Agreement on new emission cut regime unlikely at Cancun
The sights are set on smaller, though just as important, issues
Indian student stabbed in Australia
Melbourne: In yet another attack on an Indian in Australia, a 31-year-old cookery student was viciously stabbed in the stomach by two men after he finished work in a South Yarra bar early this month. The student, who did not want to be ...
Case registered against Arundhati, Geelani
NEW DELHI: Following a court order, the Delhi Police on Monday registered a case of sedition against writer Arundhati Roy, hardline Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani, revolutionary poet Varavara Rao and others on charges of giving ...
DMK keen to have PMK in its fold
‘At Braj, they are happier than in their homes'
Younger widows seem open to idea of remarriage, says study
‘Make screening of short films mandatory'
PANAJI: Filmmakers are emphatic on the need for having venues for exhibiting short films, either at cinema houses or through slots made available by broadcasters or through creation of captive channels by the national broadcaster. Indian ...
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