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CD: Shanti Bhushan files contempt plea
NEW DELHI: The former Union Law Minister and senior advocate, Shanti Bhushan, on Monday moved the Supreme Court for a directive to initiate contempt proceedings against the former Samajwadi Party leader, Amar Singh, for allegedly fabricating a ...
One killed as Jaitapur protest turns violent
Mumbai: One person was killed in police firing and several were injured as the protest against the nuclear power plant in Jaitapur turned violent on Monday. Thirty protesters including Shiv Sena MLA Rajan Salvi were arrested, Ratnagiri ...
Subrangshu Roy in judicial custody
KOLKATA: Subrangshu Roy, Trinamool Congress candidate from Bijpur in North 24 Parganas district of West Bengal, who was arrested at Naihati on Sunday, was on Monday remanded in judicial custody for a day after a local court rejected his bail ...
Election Commission eases curbs under model code
Floating of tenders for approved works; field visits allowed
Student protest turns violent in Vyasarpadi
CHENNAI: A group of students belonging to the Dr. Ambedkar Government Arts College at Vyasarpadi here went berserk damaging vehicles and infrastructure on the campus on Monday. They were protesting against the college authorities for detaining ...
Hazare to Sonia: rein in those out to derail Lokpal Bill
Asks whether she personally approves of Digvijay's statement
Maoists shoot 4 villagers dead
KHUNTI/MEDININAGAR (JHARKHAND): Four villagers were shot dead by extremists in Khunti and Palamau districts, police said on Monday. Activists of the People's Liberation Front of India (PLFI) abducted Sukra Pahan (25) and Balram Singh ...
Arunima to be shifted to AIIMS
Following infection on the national-level volleyball player's amputated leg
MUMBAI: The Coast Guard on Monday detained Denmark-flagged merchant vessel ‘Danicia Sunrise,' with an eight-member crew, here after intelligence inputs that the ship was carrying a big cache of arms and ammunition. “But we ...
74.27 per cent polling in West Bengal
First phase of Assembly elections in six north Bengal districts by and large peaceful
Situation tense in Jaitapur, says Patil
Mumbai: Maharashtra Home Minister R.R. Patil said on Monday that the situation was tense in Jaitapur after Minister of State for Environment Jairam Ramesh's statement that there was no going back on the proposed nuclear project. One ...
Eighth Left Front Govt. will be formed: Biman Bose
KOLKATA: Expressing satisfaction with the large voter turnout on the first day of polling in West Bengal, chairman of the State's Left Front Committee Biman Bose said here on Monday that he was glad that the first phase passed off ...
Congress-TMC differences a headache to leadership
BAHRAMPUR: At the Congress office in Bahrampur, headquarters ofMurshidabad district, the tone is distinctly rebellious: the party here is Bahrampur MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, who has fielded four Independents against the Trinamool Congress ...
Concerns in BJP about shape of Lokpal Bill
NEW DELHI: As the political drama surrounding the fast undertaken by social activist Anna Hazare made way for the 10-member drafting committee for a Lokpal Bill, the Bharatiya Janata Party's stance has changed slowly but surely from open ...
Dilshan appointed Lankan skipper
Chennai: Tillakaratne Dilshan is light on his feet and heavy with his strokes. The mercurial opener can also pick the length early and play the ball late. Simply put, he innovates and creates. Now, he will have to display vision, ...
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
Tuskers tramples Super Kings
The Chennai team loses another away game
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
A fascinating contest in the offing
Decisive factor could well be how Deccan Chargers bowlers operate
Rajdhani fire survivors reach Delhi
They seemed relieved that they had survived what could have been a major tragedy
President presents gallantry awards to defence personnel
NEW DELHI: President Pratibha Patil on Monday decorated personnel of the armed services with awards that included the Kirti Chakra and the Shaurya Chakra, during the Defence Investiture Ceremony at the Rashtrapati Bhavan. Indu Sharma, ...
I Am Kalam heads to the Buckingham Palace
New Delhi: After winning the Audience Choice Award at the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA), I Am Kalam, a film directed by Nila Madhab Panda and produced by Smile Foundation on a child's struggle to get an education against all ...
Security for MLAs stepped up in Manipur
IMPHAL: Security measures for all MLAs in Manipur have been stepped up following the assassination attempt on independent MLA Wungnaoshang Keishing on April 15. There is no breakthrough in police investigation into the ambush. The ...
Bhawani Singh cremated with State honours
Thousands join medieval-style funeral procession in Jaipur
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