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“All members will continue on panel”
Over 85% vote in West Bengal
KOLKATA: The second phase of the West Bengal Assembly elections — in Murshidabad, Nadia and Birbhum districts — passed off peacefully on Saturday, except for minor disturbances. The voter turnout exceeded 85 per cent. The ...
Open to independent inquiry: Kejriwal
NEW DELHI: Civil society member on the Lokpal Bill drafting committee Arvind Kejriwal said at a news conference here on Saturday that all the members on the panel were ready for an independent inquiry into allegations against them. Asked ...
ABVP activists blacken MTV anchor's face
PUNE: Popular MTV VJ Raghu Ram was in for a rude shock on his visit to the city on Friday, as Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad activists blackened his face with ink, protesting his “obscene onscreen behaviour.” Raghu Ram, ...
Key witness “goes underground”
AHMEDABAD: Even as a key witness, named in the affidavit of Gujarat police officer Sanjiv Bhatt against Chief Minister Narendra Modi, has “gone underground,” Mr. Modi addressed a huge public gathering on the outskirts of Palanpur ...
“Take on the guerilla like a guerilla”
KANKER : With armed cadres of Maoists having inflicted heavy casualties on Central forces as well as State policemen in 2010, the focus appears to be on preparing the policemen of States affected by the Naxal violence to take on the challenge ...
Investigate role of Modi, says CPI(M)
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Saturday said there should be no delay in the investigations into the role of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi in the 2002 riots in the State and steps must be taken to prosecute ...
Time for change in West Bengal, says Manmohan
“Left Front government has lost contact with the common people, especially the youth”
In Chhattisgarh, Central forces don new mantle
KANKER (CHHATTISGARH): Their mandate while taking on the challenge of Naxal violence is different. Personnel of 28 battalions of the Central paramilitary forces, deployed in the sensitive areas of Chhattisgarh, are tasked with instilling a ...
Mamata asks Manmohan to help West Bengal
DUM DUM (NORTH 24 PARGANAS): With Prime Minister Manmohan Singh sharing the dais with her at a joint election rally here on Saturday, Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee requested him to help West Bengal tide over the ...
More specialists for Sai Baba
Puttaparthi (Anantapur district): Medical specialists will be flown in from Bangalore and Hyderabad to treat Sri Sathya Sai Baba, who is battling for his life at the Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences here. As in the past two ...
Record food production in 2010-11
Exceeding 235 million tonnes, it has been the highest since Independence
Activists of anti-nuclear plant yatra detained
TARAPUR (THANE DISTRICT): A three-day Tarapur-Jaitapur anti-nuclear plant yatra was stopped the moment it began and hundreds of activists were detained at Boisar in this district on Saturday. Activists and supporters, including Justices ...
“Multi-faith” complex mooted in Ayodhya
Need to address the “politics” behind Babri Masjid demolition
Mass hatching of Olive Ridley turtles begins on Orissa coast
Over four-lakh hatchlings have come out of 50,000 nests in two nights
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
Rohit, Harbhajan star for Mumbai
Badrinath wages lone battle for Chennai Super Kings
An Indian summer in Palo Alto
Akshay Kothari and Ankit Sharma are founders of a $1-million firm
Digvijay hints at tie-ups in Uttar Pradesh
NEW DELHI: Congress leader Digvijay Singh on Saturday hinted at tie-ups with smaller parties for the coming Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh. “We can have an alliance with smaller parties. But there will be no tie-ups with the ...
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
Chargers have task cut out
Fans hoping for batting treat from Tendulkar on birthday
Fighting sexual violence against women online
AUSTIN (TEXAS): It is likely to have happened to nearly all women. A simple walk down the street turns into a stroll on Elm Street with a million Freddy Kruger types yelling out obscenities or some bold groping and pawing. April is Sexual ...
John David surrenders, lodged in Cuddalore Central prison
CUDDALORE: John David, convicted in the Navarasu murder case, surrendered before Jail Superintendent G. Sundararajan at Cuddalore Central Prison on Saturday evening. David, wearing a black cap and a white shirt, was accompanied by his ...
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