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Draft will be ready by June 30
Mysore: Union Law Minister M. Veerappa Moily on Sunday said the joint committee announced by the Centre would ready the draft of the Lokpal Bill by June 30 to be placed before Parliament in the monsoon session. The Bill would be passed within ...
Security stepped up for final phase of Assam poll
Two persons killed in election-related violence in Kokrajhar district
WikiLeaks cables “inspired” anti-corruption campaign in India
What's happening is “something that has not happened since the time of Gandhi”
Lancet says India concealing presence of NDM-1
NEW DELHI: International health journal Lancet has accused the Government of India of “suppressing truth” about the presence of a drug-resistant bacteria in the public water system here by “threatening” and ...
Bill will end corruption by 90%: Hazare
New Delhi: Anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare said here on Sunday that the Lokpal Bill would end corruption up to 90 per cent. “For the rest of 10 per cent [to be rooted out], we will call for the Right to Reject [corrupt] candidates. ...
ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS 2011
Buddhadeb promises industry at Singur
KOLKATA: Reasserting the Left Front government's commitment to industrialisation in West Bengal for opening up job opportunities, Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee vowed on Sunday to set up industry at Singur from where the Tata Motors' ...
Change is coming to West Bengal: Mamata
KOLKATA: In a district where her smaller electoral ally in West Bengal, the Congress, has had a larger presence, Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee went the extra mile in Malda district on Sunday to say that the alliance partners should ...
Battle of statistics between Left, Trinamool
KOLKATA: Countering the Trinamool Congress' claims on the economic situation in West Bengal, including declining industry, debt, inadequate infrastructure and the condition of agriculture, the Communist party of India (Marxist) has produced a ...
Congress' appeal to rebels
KOLKATA: The State leadership of the Congress appealed here on Sunday to the party rebels who are contesting as Independent candidates against official nominees of the Congress and the Trinamool Congress, to withdraw their nominations and not ...
Election Commission issues notice to M.K. Stalin
New Delhi: The Election Commission on Sunday issued a notice to Deputy Chief Minister M. K. Stalin for having allegedly making personal attacks on AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa. The Commission has asked Mr. Stalin to submit his reply by ...
From a peek to pleasant proximity
Seven-year-old boy hogs Rahul's attention at election meeting
Pranab cautions Kerala, West Bengal against ‘debt trap'
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee launched a strident attack on the Left rule in Kerala and West Bengal on Sunday, warning that the Left parties returning to power would land the States in a “debt ...
No direct inclusion of SC, ST in BPL list
NEW DELHI: Reconsidering its earlier decision, the United Progressive Alliance government is now contemplating not to give direct inclusion to all members of the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe communities in the proposed BPL list if one ...
‘Yet to get Law Ministry view on wage board'
GULBARGA: Union Labour Minister Mallikarjun Kharge said on Sunday that the Labour department was in no way responsible for the inordinate delay in notifying the recommendations of the Justice Majithia Wage Board for Journalists and ...
Airtel services off in Manipur, after mafia's ban
IMPHAL: Airtel services in Manipur were suspended from Saturday night leaving over three lakh subscribers in the State in the lurch. A statement by the All Manipur Airtel Workers Union said this was due to a ban order by an underground ...
AU begins mediation as Qadhafi forces advance
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
‘Malinga show' stuns Daredevils
Mumbai Indians coasts to an eight-wicket win
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
KKR, DC looking for first win
Spin bowlers will look to exploit slow wicket; ten Doeschate may play
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
Seven-wicket win for Pune
MUMBAI: Sahara Pune Warriors cruised to a seven-wicket victory over Kings XI Punjab on debut in DLF IPL 4, cruising to 113 for three in 13.1 overs at the D.Y. Patil Stadium on Sunday. Mithun Manhas with an enterprising 35 off 31 balls, ...
Karunanidhi creating illusion that people will vote for money: Jayalalithaa
CHENNAI: AIADMK general secretary Jayalalithaa on Sunday alleged that fear of defeat was forcing Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi to splurge money to change the mind of voters. “In the last three days it has been raining money in all ...
EC warning against cash, gifts to voters
CHENNAI: Taking a serious view of continuing instances of voters being lured with cash and gifts in the run-up to the April 13 Assembly elections, the Election Commission on Sunday issued a stern warning against such practices that obstruct ...
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