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“I should first make a statement in Parliament”
Let matters rest there, says Sushma
NEW DELHI: Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj has said it was time to “let matters rest” after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had “accepted responsibility” for the fiasco that ended with the Supreme ...
Court notice to Advani, 20 others
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday issued notice to senior BJP leaders L.K. Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi, Shiv Sena leader Bal Thackeray, Uma Bharti and 17 others, seeking their response to the CBI's appeal against the dropping of the ...
DMDK gets 41 seats in poll pact with AIADMK
Vijayakant meets Jayalalithaa at her residence
Not possible to change election schedule: CEC
NEW DELHI: Even as many political parties expressed reservations over the Election Commission's decision to hold Assembly elections in Tamil Nadu on April 13, Chief Election Commissioner S.Y. Quraishi said on Friday, “We [EC] feel it is ...
P.C. Chacko to be JPC Chairman
NEW DELHI: Senior Congress leader from Kerala and four-time Lok Sabha member P.C. Chacko has been named Chairman of the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) to probe the alleged scam in the grant of 2G spectrum and telecom licences from 1998 to ...
Major chapter closed in Bofors case, Delhi court discharges Quattrocchi
While alleged kickback was Rs.64 crore, CBI already spent Rs.250 crore; “wastage of public money”
DMK upset with Congress' growing demand
CHENNAI: The Congress-DMK seat sharing talks plunged into a crisis on Friday night after the DMK expressed displeasure over the constantly rising demands of the Congress. “After having agreed to 60 seats, is it proper on the part ...
Sonia constitutes new CWC
New Delhi: There was no generational shift nor, indeed, any dramatic changes as Congress President Sonia Gandhi finally reconstituted the Congress Working Committee (CWC), the party's apex body, and the Secretariat on Friday. Even though a ...
CBI conducts searches at residences of Lalli, Dehlvi
Case registered for alleged irregularities in award of broadcasting rights
Tendulkar's deft dodges, Kirsten's back-heel…
ICC CRICKET WORKD CUP 2011
West Indies steamrollers toothless Tigers
Roach & Co. skittle Bangladesh out for its lowest ODI score
ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2011
Kiwis canter to a comprehensive win
Zimbabwe's top order tumbles far too quickly for any meaningful recovery
ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2011
2007 finalists geared up for re-match
Sri Lanka has middle-order worries; Ponting ready for Malinga
Till the end, Arjun Singh was in socialist-secular mould
His end came the day he was dropped from Congress Working Committee
“Peace will return to Valley, so will Kashmiri Pandits”
Manmohan inaugurates 2,112 flats built for them under first phase at Jagti Satellite Township near Jammu
Telecom Department orders ban on blog hosting site?
Blogosphere outraged by ‘secrecy' surrounding internet censorship
“Rioters looted our money, mobile phones, cameras, everything at gunpoint”
Indians return from Libya with their cup full of woes
China sends positive signal on taking boundary talks forward
BEIJING: The Chinese government said on Friday that it was ready to take forward the negotiations with India over the long-running border dispute, and that the two countries' relationship was now stable enough for a settlement to be ...
“Media must do its bit to get people to vote”
Voter participation has not been an area of keen media interest: N. Ram
Permission denied for ‘public hearing' on Jaitapur project
MUMBAI: Ratnagiri Collector Madhukar Gaikwad has denied permission for the two-day Independent People's Tribunal ‘public hearing' on the Jaitapur nuclear power project proposed to be held on March 6 and 7 at Niveli, one of the affected ...
All Indians will be brought back from Libya: Centre
NEW DELHI: The Union government assured Parliament on Friday that it would make all efforts to bring home all Indians from strife-torn Libya. Sharing the concerns of members, including those of the Congress, over the condition of Indians ...
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