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“JPC will be confined to one definite subject”
NEW DELHI: With the government agreeing to the Opposition demand for setting up a Joint Parliamentary Committee to go into the 2G spectrum scam, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal on Friday insisted that if and when the panel ...
Bird flu strikes Agartala duck farm
NEW DELHI: Bird flu has struck the country again. This time in the State Duck Breeding Farm in Agartala that has been ordered to cull all poultry within a radius of 3 km of the farm. The State will also impose a ban on movement of poultry and ...
Court seeks status of complaint against ex-CJI
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday asked Attorney-General (A-G) G.E. Vahanvati to give the status of a complaint sent to Vice President Hamid Ansari, seeking a Central Bureau of Investigation probe, against Chairperson of National Human ...
UPSC questions poorly framed, says Indian History Congress
Candidates tested on insignificant details: resolution
CBI opposes dropping of conspiracy charge against Advani, moves Supreme Court
New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation has moved the Supreme Court against a judgment of the Allahabad High Court upholding the dropping of conspiracy charge by a special court against BJP leaders L.K. Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi, Uma ...
Guidelines laid down to assess bandh damage: court
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed as withdrawn a public interest litigation writ petition for a direction to lay down guidelines in respect of bandhs called by political parties in various States, in the context of the recent ...
Balakrishna Pillai sent to jail
Kochi: R. Balakrishna Pillai, the former Minister and Kerala Congress (B) leader, was on Friday remanded to the Central Prison, Thiruvananthapuram, after he surrendered before Idamalayar Special Court Judge V. Vijayakumar to serve the one-year ...
Athirappilly project threatens hornbills
ATHIRAPPILLY (THRISSUR): If you trek deep into the Athirappilly-Vazhachal forests in the Southern Western Ghats, chances are that you may hear, from up in the canopy of trees, a heavy whooshing sound – somewhat similar to that of a jet ...
Rape victim turns saviour for convict
‘There you go!': a satire on tribal struggles
The briefcase-wielding officials in Oren Ginzburg's satirical cartoon series ‘There you go!' claim to want to ‘bring sustainable development' to an imaginary forest-dwelling tribe. What they really unleash is the clearing of ...
Wage boards' award notification likely by March
End of Reliance SEZ?
Mumbai: In a move that could spell the end of Reliance Group's Mumbai Special Economic Zone (MSEZ), the Maharashtra government on Friday issued a notification to denotify the land acquisition process for the project that saw stiff opposition ...
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