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Mamata refutes Left charge on railway advertisements
KOLKATA: Railway Minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee on Sunday refuted the charges of Left leaders that she was using railway advertisements to project the agenda of her party, and slammed the Communist Party of India ...
Ramanand Tiwari meets Governor
Mumbai: Ramanand Tiwari, Maharashtra Information Commissioner, whose suspension was recommended by the government in connection with the Adarsh Housing Society scam, met Governor K. Sankaranarayanan here on Sunday. He was one of the two ...
Karat faults Chidambaram
Fifth edition of ‘Vibrant Gujarat' Summit concludes
Record 7,936 MoUs inked promising investment of over Rs. 20.83 lakh crore
Looking to fast-track criminal cases: Moily
MUMBAI: Citing the need to stop the taking over of government control by organised crime mafia, Union Minister for Law and Justice Veerappa Moily on Sunday said that his Ministry was looking at bringing in legislation to fast-track corruption ...
A.R. Rahman wins Critics' Choice award
Los Angeles: Music composer A.R. Rahman bagged the best original song trophy at the 16th Critics' Choice Awards for his number “If I Rise” in Danny Boyle's film 127 Hours. Written by Rollo Armstrong and American artiste Dido, the ...
Protesting farmers torch engine, coaches
Patna: The Bihar Government's plans for a mega power plant at Nabinagar in Aurangabad district went for a toss as an agitation by a large mob of farmers turned violent on Saturday, resulting in the torching of an empty passenger ...
Gujjars for national model to help tribes in J&K
JAMMU: Demanding the adaptation of a national model to develop ‘Forest Villages for [the] Tribal and Nomadic groups' of Jammu and Kashmir on the prototype of other States, the Scheduled Tribe Gujjar-Bakerwal on Sunday called for ...
Defence Production Policy release encouraging: CII, FICCI
MoEF notification upsets fishermen
PANAJI: The National Fishermen's Federation (NFF) has expressed displeasure over the Coastal Regulation Zone Notification (CRZ), 2011, in its present form, and accused Union Minister of Environment and Forests (MoEF) Jairam Ramesh of having ...
Jain temple in Saurashtra region desecrated, looted
AHMEDABAD: The desecration of idols coupled with theft in a temple has caused anger among members of the Jain community in Gujarat. The incident occurred at one of the sacred pilgrimage centres of the community — Palitana, near ...
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