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CBI questions Raja for the third time
NEW DELHI: The former Telecom Minister, A. Raja, was questioned by the Central Bureau of Investigation on Monday as the agency moved ahead with its ongoing probe into the allegations of financial irregularities and undue favours to some ...
Stay vacated, BCI to probe complaint against Chandramohan
New Delhi: The Supreme Court has vacated its interim order staying the Madras High Court judgment suspending R.K. Chandramohan's status as member and consequently as Chairman of the Bar Council of Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry on the basis of a ...
CPI against terms on group to study black money
NEW DELHI: Charging the Union government with attempting to shield those who have stashed unaccounted money in foreign banks, the Communist Party of India (CPI) on Monday took exception to the suggestion that the “Study Group” on ...
Set up JPC on 2G for smooth functioning of Parliament: Karat
GUWAHATI: Communist Party of India (Marxist) general secretary Prakash Karat urged the United Progressive Alliance government on Monday not to stand in the way of a Joint Parliamentary Committee probe into the 2G spectrum scam to ensure smooth ...
Vedanta coalmine proposal fuels villagers' displacement fears
Raigarh: More than a thousand villagers from Chhattisgarh's coal-rich Raigarh district have expressed their opposition to a mine proposed by Vedanta Resources, a giant multinational. Vedanta, if granted clearance, hopes to mine four ...
“The symptoms were around, and the virus was waiting to be caught”
New Delhi: Egypt's Ambassador to India, Khaled El Bakly, on Monday acknowledged that widespread corruption over the years and spiralling food prices had contributed to the recent protests that have rocked Egypt. However, the Ambassador ...
Cases registered against pirates in Mumbai
MUMBAI: The 15 Somali, Ethiopian and Kenyan pirates taken into custody off the Lakshadweep coast have been booked under sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Passports Act by the police here. “An offence has been registered at ...
‘More flights to bring back Indians if needed'
‘India closely monitoring the situation'
Police slap MCOCA on Ahmednagar sand mafia
No threat to country from pirates, says Coast Guard
‘Possible links between pirates and Pakistani terror groups being looked into'
INS Vindhyagiri lists, touches seabed due to flooding
Collision with merchant vessel caused fire and ingress of water
‘Happy to agree with Sushma the matter was discussed'
NEW DELHI: Making the government's stand clear on the selection of P.J. Thomas as the Central Vigilance Commissioner (CVC), Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Monday said it was brought to the three-member selection committee's notice ...
Mixed response to Ministry clearance for POSCO
BHUBANESWAR: Union Environment and Forests Minister Jairam Ramesh's order granting conditional clearance to POSCO's controversial steel plant project, along with a captive minor port project of the company, evoked a mixed response in Orissa on ...
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