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Swamy seeks “formal status” to assist CBI in 2G case


Court: why not independent probe into burning of Dantewada tribal houses?
Chhattisgarh's affidavit “beautifully vague.” What has Centre done to restore normality?

Bhushans should come out with proof, says Amar Singh
NEW DELHI: The former Samajwadi Party leader, Amar Singh on Monday challenged the father-son duo Shanti Bhushan and Prashant Bhushan to prove that the controversial CD allegedly containing a conversation between Mr. Shanti Bhushan and him ...

Adarsh panel pulls up MMRDA
Some departments could not produce documents in the prescribed format

CD forgery will boomerang on perpetrators: Nitish
Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has come out in support of the former Law Minister and co-chairman of the Lokpal Bill drafting committee, Shanti Bhushan, and his advocate-son Prashant Bhushan, saying their integrity is ...

ICMR invites research proposals on superbug


CD sent for forensic test
NEW DELHI: The Delhi police have obtained a compact disc purportedly containing a fabricated telephone conversation between the former Law Minister and co-chairman of the joint committee to draft the Lokpal Bill, Shanti Bhushan, and Samajwadi ...

ST panel raises concern over Jamia minority status


Petition against Lokpal Bill panel
NEW DELHI: Even as senior advocate Shanti Bhushan moved the Supreme Court on Monday for initiating contempt proceedings against the former Samajwadi Party leader, Amar Singh, on the CD issue, a counter petition has been filed to open contempt ...

Congress MLAs raise Water Bill with Chavan
MUMBAI: Congress legislators met Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan on Monday to apprise him of their discontent with the hasty passing of the Maharashtra Water Resources Regulatory Authority (Amendment) Bill, 2011 last week in the ...

Supreme Court bans employment of children in circuses
Directs Centre to frame rehabilitation scheme for rescued children

RTI activist denied details of ex-CJI's income
KOCHI: The Income Tax appellate authority here has decided not to provide most of the income details of the former Chief Justice of India, K.G. Balakrishnan, sought by a right to information (RTI) activist. This follows objections raised by ...

Six Tihar inmates burn midnight oil to write IAS exam
“If I qualify for IAS, my State's [Manipur] development will be my priority”

Navy sends warship to Somali coast
To keep vigil on hijacked merchant vessel

Nag induction likely to be delayed
Army seeking improvements to the specially-made missile carrier, Namica.

NCP for probe into Sena MP's role in Dow issue
MUMBAI: Nationalist Congress Party MLA Nawab Malik on Monday demanded a judicial probe into the WikiLeaks expose carried in The Hindu which indicated that a Shiv Sena MP had advised Dow Chemicals on appointing a public relations agency to ...

Court rejects plea for disclosure of Sonia's religion under RTI
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a petition seeking a direction to the census officer to disclose information on the “religion and faith” of Congress president Sonia Gandhi and her children Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka ...

Food for thought: India to study Pakistan's one-dish law
NEW DELHI: Perturbed over huge wastage of food on social events in the country, the government on Monday said it would study the “one-dish” law of Pakistan and similar legislation of other countries to deal with the ...

All IT refunds to be settled this month
New Delhi: Having already made refunds to 8.23 lakh assessees in the first half of this month, the Income Tax Department on Monday said it would settle all pending claims by the end of April. About 85 lakh assessees received refunds of ...

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