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Former DoT Secretary Behura and Raja's aide Chandolia also taken into custody, to be produced in court today
Demand for JPC stays: Opposition parties
NEW DELHI: The Opposition parties on Wednesday made it clear that they had not dropped their demand for a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe into the 2G spectrum allocation scam despite the arrest of the former Communications Minister, ...
India wants Pakistan to expedite trial
New Delhi: Ahead of the Foreign Secretary-level talks, India on Wednesday said it felt let down by Pakistan on the issue of bringing the perpetrators of the Mumbai terror attacks to justice. “We are disappointed. We have been let ...
Mubarak supporters set to storm Tahrir Square
CAIRO: In a nuanced response to the opposition's call for his immediate exit, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has agreed to quit in September this year, but on his own terms which include steering an orderly political ...
U.S. promises to handle varsity case with “good judgment”
“Use of ankle monitors does not necessarily imply guilt”
Pitched battles at Tahrir Square
CAIRO: With tens of thousands of supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak swarming the banks of the Nile in their bid to take control of the Tahrir Square, the icon of the anti-Mubarak uprising, clashes broke out on Wednesday with ...
Flurry of U.S-India meetings in the offing
Nirupama Rao expected to visit Washington in February
India for Mubarak stepping down
New Delhi: India suggested subtly on Wednesday that President Hosni Mubarak should step down and pave the way for a regime change in Egypt. “The people of Egypt are fairly clear in their thinking and in their action and those who ...
Shahjahanpur rail incident death toll climbs to 19
Victims travelling atop Himgiri Express had their heads smashed against foot overbridge
AIIMS doctor sacked over sodomy charge
NEW DELHI: Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad on Wednesday ordered the termination of the services of a senior resident doctor — of the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) — who allegedly ...
Census 2011 will begin on February 9
Query on SC, ST status included; caste-based enumeration from June to September 2011
IIT penalises professor for sexual harassment
Mumbai: The Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay has given exemplary punishment to a faculty member found guilty of sexual harassment. Professor S.K. Gupta of the Centre for Environmental Science and Engineering department was the ...
VIT bids adieu to Riviera
Chiranjeevi, Chinese New Year celebration among highlights
Public interest outweighs privacy concerns: Outlook
NEW DELHI: The public interest outweighs private interest and even assuming that there are some so-called private conversations in the Niira Radia tapes, their publication could not be challenged, Outlook magazine told the Supreme Court on ...
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