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“We are extremely pained at the methodology adopted”
‘Complaint against Raja maintainable'
New Delhi: A Delhi court on Friday held “maintainable” Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy's private complaint to prosecute the former Communications Minister, A. Raja, in the 2G spectrum scam. “I am of the opinion ...
Reddys' mining illegal, cancel 3 leases: court panel
It also wants exemplary cost recovered from them
Prime Minister gave no directions on 2G spectrum allocation: government
NEW DELHI: The government on Friday clarified that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh gave no directions on the 2G spectrum allocation, but claimed that in the run-up to the allocation, he received several suggestions to consider changing the ...
Karunanidhi denies reports on Alagiri's resignation
“Customers have benefited a lot from 2G allocation”
NEW DELHI: Questioning the methodology adopted by the Comptroller and Auditor-General (CAG) in arriving at the figure of Rs. 1.76-lakh crore presumptive loss on account of allocation of 2G spectrum to telecom operators, Union Telecom Minister ...
GoM on paid news set up
NEW DELHI: The Union government has set up a Group of Ministers (GoM) to examine the problem of paid news and suggest policy measures to combat it, according to informed sources. It will be headed by Union Finance Minister Pranab ...
Samsung puts 'smart TV' at centre of wireless hub of gadgets
Las Vegas: Samsung Electronics is making its new range of high-definition 'smart televisions' the hub of compatible gadgets that can link via wi-fi and allow content to be viewed across different screens. This is part of the company's theme of ...
England crushes Australia for Ashes
Claims the series in Australia after a gap of 24 years
Paes, Bhupathi march on
Berdych cruises past Kavcic; Malisse downs Phau
GDQ scheme of house allotment scrapped
CHENNAI: The scheme of government discretionary quota (GDQ) in allotment of plots or houses of the Tamil Nadu Housing Board stood abolished with effect from Friday. This announcement was made by Governor Surjit Singh Barnala, opening the ...
Free geometry boxes, stationery for students of Chennai Schools
Sanitary napkins incinerators installed at 63 schools will benefit 33,000 students
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