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“The independents were part of the BJP”
Congress Core Group grapples with nitty-gritty of JPC
Opposition demand should not be “subterfuge” to run away from House debate
China doesn't favour G4 call on UNSC reforms
But it is unlikely to oppose India's bid when the process comes to vote
CBI gets custody of Raja for three more days
NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation got custody of the former Telecom Minister, A. Raja, for three more days and of Swan Telecom director Shahid Balwa for four more days from a court here on Monday, but not before their counsel ...
No longer an exhibition of just flora
NEW DELHI: The annual opening of the Mughal Garden at the Rashtrapati Bhavan here has been rechristened the Udyanotsav (garden fest) with the most aesthetically designed gardens and colourful rows of blooms on display with newer elements ...
Errors won't make a letter suspect, Reliance Infocomm tells court
NEW DELHI: Anil Ambani's Reliance Infocomm said in the Supreme Court on Monday that it had tapped the telephone of the former Samajwadi Party leader, Amar Singh, on the request of the Delhi Police and its action was bona fide. Senior ...
Sex workers entitled to a life of dignity: Supreme Court
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday directed the Centre and the States to prepare schemes for rehabilitation of physically and sexually abused women all over the country. A Bench of Justices Markandey Katju and Gyan Sudha Misra, in ...
Strikes pose challenge to military
Egypt protesters split over negotiations with the Army
The King's Speech sweeps the BAFTAs
LONDON: The King's Speech continued its regal progress through the awards season, winning the Best Film award at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards ceremony, as Colin Firth, who plays the film's stammering monarch, ...
Disappointing end to India's campaign
When I recall the 1996 World Cup, the thing that comes first to my mind is the quarter-final we played against Pakistan in Bangalore, and the catch I took to dismiss Saeed Anwar. As I ran back I thought, ‘if I drop this we are finished.' ...
Teams link their fortunes to talismanic players
Australia has Watson, South Africa Kallis and England Pietersen
Nuclear pact with South Korea
NEW DELHI: India will soon sign its ninth civil nuclear agreement with its negotiators having finalised the text with South Korea, say government sources. “This freezing of the text adds another dimension to the possibilities for India ...
Centre's circular anti-tribal: Brinda
Forest dept. can now declare an area wildlife habitat without gram sabha's nod
Rahat Ali Khan, two others released
Their passports withheld; they will be quizzed on Thursday
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