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Killing linked to blasphemy issue that claimed life of Taseer
Form district panels to check paid news: EC
No ads on government achievements at the cost of exchequer
Bar on free TV distribution
CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu's Chief Electoral Officer Praveen Kumar on Wednesday directed the District Collectors and the Revenue Department to immediately stop the distribution of free colour television sets till the end of the election ...
Ireland shocks England
Kevin O'Brien, with a 50-ball century, sets the Chinnaswamy Stadium on fire
Realty firm questioned for ‘links' with ADAG
New Delhi: Continuing its probe into the financial dealings of Anil Ambani-led ADAG in connection with the 2G spectrum scam, the CBI on Wednesday questioned Amit Sarin, Director and CEO of realty and infrastructure firm, Anant Raj Industries ...
Verdict today on validity of Thomas' appointment as CVC
He does not fulfil criterion of impeccable integrity: petitioners
Azad, Karunanidhi hold seat-sharing talks
Chennai: The Congress high command emissary and Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad met Chief Minister and Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) president M. Karunanidhi on Wednesday night to break the deadlock in seat-sharing talks between the ...
Countdown begins in West Bengal
Trinamool basking in glory of recent poll successes; Left more circumspect
Keep watch on print, electronic media for paid news: EC
NEW DELHI: The Election Commission, in its guidelines to the Chief Electoral Officers of Tamil Nadu, Assam, Kerala, West Bengal and Puducherry, has asked them to direct the district election officers (DEOs) to immediately constitute ...
Mamata not to contest coming polls
KOLKATA: Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee will not contest the Assembly elections but will provide leadership to the government if her party comes to power. “I will not contest now, but will give leadership to the ...
NEW DELHI: India's evacuation efforts in Libya gathered pace and the government felt confident of its resources to reach out to far-flung areas as well as ask if nationals from other countries needed relocation. Responding to help from ...
Congress-DMK talks remain inconclusive
Chennai: A high-level round of intense negotiations failed to break the deadlock in seat-sharing talks between the Congress and DMK on Wednesday night. While the Congress, which began with the demand for 65 seats, is willing to settle for 62, ...
U.S. authorities slap insider trading charges on Rajat Gupta
Continues as chairman of Indian School of Business, Public Health Foundation of India
ICC CRICKET WORKD CUP 2011
Pakistan may test bench strength
Canada goes into its third match with a prayer and on the strength of a lot of practice
ICC CRICKET WORKD CUP 2011
Kevin O'Brien's blitzkrieg blows away England
Jonathan Trott's good effort goes in vain as Ireland mounts the biggest successful chase in World Cup history
South Africa expected to dominate
The Netherlands will look for an improved display
Indian players have optional nets
CRICKET / Tendulkar, Sehwag absent
HIV patients say ‘no' to IP provision on generic drugs
‘It will hinder access to quality, affordable generic medicines produced in India'
Steve Jobs unveils new iPad in person
It's thinner, lighter, has video cameras
Centre slashes MEP for onions by 25% to $450
NEW DELHI: In a major relief to farmers and exporters, the Centre on Wednesday slashed the minimum export price (MEP) for onions by 25 per cent to $450 a tonne from $600. “Minimum Export Price of onions other than Bangalore Rose ...
Cabinet nod likely this month for wage boards' recommendations
NEW DELHI: The Labour and Employment Ministry is taking steps to ensure that the Cabinet gives its nod to the recommendations of Justice G.R. Majithia, who headed the Wage Boards for the Journalists and Other Employees of the Newspapers/News ...
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