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Congress hopes to neutralise BJP propaganda
“Raja's arrest and filing of FIR against Ashok Chavan demonstrate government action against corruption”
Government had no option but to arrest Raja, says BJP
NEW DELHI: The arrest of the former Communications Minister, A. Raja, has come after three years of the Opposition repeatedly raising the issue of wrongful allotment of licences and 2G spectrum since 2007-08 and the government stubbornly ...
Karat firm on JPC demand
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) said on Wednesday that with the arrest of the former Communications Minister, A. Raja, the aspect of 2G spectrum allocation scam had to be pursued, and reiterated the demand for a Joint ...
Leaders pay tribute to doyen of India's strategic community
K. Subrahmanyam passed away on Wednesday
Why tie yourself in knots, Chidambaram asks Sushma
NEW DELHI: The ongoing war of words on the controversy surrounding the appointment of P.J. Thomas as Central Vigilance Commissioner saw political temperatures rising further with Home Minister P Chidambaram denying the allegation of Leader of ...
IAS officers' forum defends CVC
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The IAS Officers' Association of Kerala on Wednesday came out with a statement strongly defending appointment of P. J. Thomas as Central Vigilance Commissioner (CVC). It also announced that it was exploring the possibility ...
New policies soon for defence land use: Antony
NEW DELHI: With the Defence Ministry and its land use coming under the scanner, the government on Wednesday announced it was framing policies for the issue of No Objection Certificate (NOC) and denial of such document to private builders in ...
Bill to prevent fraud in educational institutions awaits approval in Parliament
NEW DELHI: Even as India is crying foul over the treatment meted out to its students enrolled at the now derecognised Tri-Valley University in California, an important Bill that seeks to prevent similar frauds by educational institutions ...
Both pilots killed in copter crash in Nashik
Mumbai: A Cheetah helicopter of the Army crashed in Nashik on Wednesday morning, killing both the pilot and the co-pilot. Nashik Commissioner of Police Nikhil Gupta told The Hindu that the chopper crashlanded in a civilian locality ...
Tiger reserve may close down after bush fire
Udhagamandalam: A major bush fire which broke out along the Karnataka-Tamil Nadu border late on Tuesday has forced the authorities in charge of the Mudumalai Tiger Reserve (MTR) to consider closing it as a precaution. Speaking to The ...
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