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Aruna Roy, others seek sharper scrutiny of Jan Lokpal Bill
New Delhi: At a meeting held here on Saturday, civil society voices from across a wide spectrum urged that broader and multiple consultations to precede the drafting of the Lokpal legislation, warning that in the absence of a mechanism to hold ...
Can't ignore nuclear energy: Jairam
“A deeper think and not a rethink required on nuclear energy and safety issues”
Beware overreach, Kapadia tells judges
“We must refuse to sit as a super-legislature to weigh the wisdom of legislation”
Uddhav slams Ramesh's ‘U-turn' on Jaitapur
MUMBAI: Shiv Sena executive president Uddhav Thackeray on Saturday slammed Jairam Ramesh, Union Minister for Environment and Forests, for his “U-turn” on the proposed Jaitapur nuclear power project. At a press conference in ...
No summons to Iqbal Singh, says aide
PUDUCHERRY: An aide of Puducherry's Lieutenant Governor Iqbal Singh has rebutted reports of the Enforcement Directorate directing Mr. Singh to appear before the agency for interrogation in the Hasan Ali Khan case. Officer on Special Duty ...
Maharashtra Minister's PA held on molestation charge
MUMBAI: Vishnu Patil, personal assistant to Maharashtra Medical Education Minister Vijaykumar Gavit, was on Saturday granted bail in a molestation case, registered on Friday night. Mr. Patil was arrested on a complaint by a news reporter ...
Jairam says ‘no' to Ken-Betwa river link project
Panna (M.P.): On his first visit to Bundelkhand, Union Minister of Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh announced that the Ken-Betwa river linking project, the first of its kind proposed in India, was a disastrous idea and should not be ...
Narlikar declines to be part of UGC search panel
NEW DELHI: The search committee, set up by the Human Resource Development Ministry for identifying a chairperson for the University Grants Commission (UGC), has been unable to meet as one of the experts approached by the Ministry has declined ...
Survey in Delhi shows slum women prefer ration to cash transfers
What they want is a strengthened PDS run by self-help groups, not backed by politicians
‘Medical professionals must update knowledge, skills and attitudes'
CHENNAI: There is an imminent need for all teachers, in particular medical professionals, to update themselves periodically on knowledge, skills and attitudes, S.P. Thyagarajan, Pro-Chancellor-Research, Sri Ramachandra University, said here on ...
National tax hq. in 24-30 months
Pranab hopes it will set a new standard for public access and transparency
Mayawati's Principal Secretary shunted to Revenue Board
Following controversy involving him in Hasan Ali case
SP seeks action against Mayawati government
LUCKNOW: Demanding action against the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) government, the Samajwadi Party has urged Uttar Pradesh Governor B.L. Joshi to take cognisance of a report in which it has been said that a notice is likely to be issued to Vijay ...
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