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Bank loans to telecom firms show up new offences: Counsel
This issue should be covered under CBI probe: Justice Singhvi
Regupathi says he did mark a copy to CJI
MADURAI: The former Madras High Court judge, R. Regupathi, on Wednesday said that he had written a letter on July 2, 2009 to the then Chief Justice of the High Court, regarding the attempt to influence him in an anticipatory bail case, with a ...
‘UPA partners united in rejecting demand for JPC
NEW DELHI: The government, the Congress and its allies in the United Progressive Alliance are united in the rejection of the Opposition's demand for a joint parliamentary committee to probe the 2G spectrum allocation scandal, Parliamentary ...
Top musicians meet Manmohan
Call for steps to promote classical arts
Brussels summit one more step in strategic ties with EU
NEW DELHI: The annual India-European Union (EU) summit that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will be attending in Brussels on Friday is significant with negotiations nearing completion that are expected to take India-EU trade to €100 ...
Deora to sign deal for four-nation pipeline
NEW DELHI: Petroleum Minister Murli Deora is flying to Ashgabat on Thursday to ink two agreements that will cover operational aspects and give political backing for the proposed Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline. Mr. ...
Knowledge incomplete without values: Pratibha
“Education system must strengthen adherence to secularism, inclusiveness”
Rahul meets students despite bad weather
BHUBANESWAR: All-India Congress Committee general secretary Rahul Gandhi interacted with hundreds of college students at Cuttack and Berhampur in Orissa on Wednesday as part of his ongoing efforts to strengthen the party's student ...
Allahabad High Court files expunction application
New Delhi: In a rare instance of a High Court approaching the Supreme Court for redress of grievances, the Allahabad High Court, offended by its remark that “something is rotten in the Allahabad High Court,” has filed an ...
A sense of resignation
CANCUN: Kenyan Prime Minister Raila A. Odinga has expressed an overwhelming sense of resignation at Cancun in his statement on the opening day of the high-level segment on Tuesday at the United Nations climate change conference. Mr. ...
Prithviraj announces judicial probe into Adarsh scam
Nagpur: Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan on Wednesday announced a judicial inquiry into the irregularities in the allotment process of the Adarsh housing society. Speaking in the State Legislative Assembly during the ongoing winter ...
Panel suggests strengthening of AIIMS governance
NEW DELHI: Keeping in view the problems faced by the All-India Institute of Medial Sciences (AIIMS), a high-power committee has recommended the strengthening of the internal governance system of the country's premier institution and insulating ...
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