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Plan ready to check money power in Assembly polls: EC
CHENNAI: The Election Commission has drawn up an exhaustive plan of action to tackle the problem of money power in the coming Assembly elections in four States and the Union Territory of Puducherry. Director-General (Election ...
Journalists should be fair, accurate: Manmohan
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Journalists should uphold accuracy and fairness and make a conscious attempt to present diverse views on a situation or an issue, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said here on Saturday. Inaugurating the year-long ...
Maoists free police hostages in the presence of Swami Agnivesh
Chhattisgarh CM has agreed talks are the only way forward, says activist
EC special team visits Nandigram, Howrah
KOLKATA: Members of the special team of observers, sent by the Election Commission to the poll-bound West Bengal for the second time in less than a month, split in two and visited two districts on Saturday, to independently assess the law and ...
New judge for Gulberg Society case
AHMEDABAD: The Gujarat High Court has appointed additional sessions judge B. J. Dhandha as judge of the special court for the trial of the Gulberg Society massacre case of 2002. He replaces B. U. Joshi, who has been transferred to the sessions ...
Kashmir situation akin to Egypt's: Mehbooba
JAMMU: People's Democratic Party (PDP) president Mehbooba Mufti on Saturday criticised the Jammu and Kashmir government for “dismissing the Kashmiri youth who led the summer unrest” as drug addicts and people from the ...
Maybe, she wants Army rule here: Omar
JAMMU: Hours after People's Democratic Party chief Mehbooba Mufti hailed the people of Egypt for pulling down the Hosni Mubarak government, drawing parallels between them and Kashmiris, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said she might be in favour ...
Israeli satellite: Brinda seeks clarification on deal
NEW DELHI: Following the exposing of the deal between Antrix Corporation — the Indian Space Research Organisation [ISRO]'s commercial wing — and the Bangalore-based Devas Multimedia, the debate on whether the Israeli satellite, ...
Withdraw erroneous report on endosulfan, Centre urged
PMFAI claims imported substitutes will cost the Indian farmers dearly
Vastanvi after-effects in Assam
Badruddin Ajmal cites support to Vastanvi as reason for his removal from JUH
‘Resuming dialogue with India a significant breakthrough'
It has implications beyond the bilateral relationship, says Pakistan Foreign Secretary
Wearing revealing dress ground for divorce: court
New Delhi: Wearing a revealing dress during her honeymoon proved costly for a woman as a court granted divorce to her husband saying the man was subjected to mental cruelty due to improper dressing by the woman. “Cruelty includes ...
Automatic weather unit for Meenambakkam
As part of modernisation project
Training for special educators
CHENNAI: In order to address the growing concern of shortage of teachers for children with disability, the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) will impart training to as many as 1,140 teachers from 30 districts of Tamil Nadu, with the help of the ...
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