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CBI asked to examine how Etisalat was allowed to invest in Swan
Union Home Ministry had expressed apprehensions on security grounds
Supreme Court lays down guidelines for appointment
Rejects contention that it must be through consensus
CPI(M) to hold 3-day meeting on poll preparations
NEW DELHI: The Central Committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Friday will go into a three-day meeting here in the backdrop of the declaration of election to Assemblies of four States, including West Bengal and Kerala, where the ...
Steel firm official burnt alive by workers
BHUBANESWAR: A top official of a small-scale steel plant was burnt alive by agitating workers at Titlagarh, about 450 km from here, on Thursday. The incident is said to be an outcome of brewing resentment over the dismissal of some ...
Raja's remand extended till March 17
NEW DELHI: The ex-Telecom Minister, A. Raja, was sent back to the Tihar Central Jail for 14 more days by a court here on Thursday along with Swan Telecom promoter Shahid Usman Balwa, the former Telecom Secretary, Siddhartha Behura, and the ...
CBI likely to file case against Lalli soon
Permission not yet granted for prosecution of Aruna Sharma
Astrophysicist Radhakrishnan passes away
Bangalore: Eminent astrophysicist Venkatraman Radhakrishnan, who is known for his work on pulsars, passed away at his home here in the early hours of Thursday. He was 82. Professor Radhakrishnan's colleagues at the Raman Research ...
MGNREGA activist who exposed many cases of corruption found dead
“His death is a planned conspiracy by middlemen and contractors”
Deputy Speaker of J&K House quits
JAMMU: Deputy Speaker of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly Sartaj Madni of the Opposition People's Democratic Party resigned on Thursday after the Speaker's remarks on his conduct in the House. As soon as the House re-assembled after the ...
West Bengal to submit affidavit today
Kolkata: The West Bengal government will submit an affidavit before the Supreme Court on Friday, on the communication between Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee and Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram relating to the Netai ...
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