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Chaotic scenes; coalition MPs say the draft was “outsourced”
Purulia arms-drop accused says operation was organised to bring down Left Front
NEW DELHI: Niels Christian Nielsen, a Danish national fighting extradition to India for his alleged role in the 1997 air-drop of ammunition over Purulia, has said the operation was sanctioned by the Central government to destabilise West ...
PAC critical of PMO's functioning
NEW DELHI: In a damaging report which indicts the functioning of the Prime Minister's Office (PMO), the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) looking into the 2G spectrum scam came down heavily on the PMO and the Cabinet Secretariat for failing to ...
‘Raja manipulated Telecom Commission'
NEW DELHI: The former Communications and IT Minister, A. Raja, manipulated the powerful Telecom Commission, the Department of Telecom's decision-making body, to favour companies in granting 2G licences in 2008, the draft Public Accounts ...
PAC draft report puts 2G loss at Rs.1.90 lakh crore
Loss to the exchequer due to the grant of 122 licences to new entrants in 2008 was Rs.1.24-lakh crore
Contact Group recommends global ban on endosulfan
If enforced, ban will cover technical endosulfan, its isomers and endosulfan sulphate
WikiLeaks releases all Guantanamo files
Classified as “secret,” the documents contain detailed case descriptions of 759 prisoners
Sai Baba did not leave any will, says Trust
PUTTAPARTHI (Anantapur district): Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust has clarified that Sai Baba has not left any will on its property and activities. The Trust asserted that Sai Baba had no bank account, flats or any other possessions in his ...
Air India pilots' strike enters second day
Balwa retracts statement
‘Never said that PM be called to court'
Sibal: it's not Joshi but ‘doshi' report
NEW DELHI: Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal and Communications Minister Kapil Sibal were one in saying “the draft report of the Public Accounts Committee on the 2G matter stands rejected.” For, a clear majority on ...
Purulia: was West Bengal's LF regime the target?
Bamboo is liberated, says Jairam Ramesh
Gram Sabhas given equal say in Forest Rights Act
Nod for project for cleaning Ganga
NEW DELHI: The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs on Thursday approved a Rs.7,000-crore project for cleaning the river Ganga. It will be implemented by the National Ganga River Basin Authority. — ...
Cheque handed over to Ekam Foundation
CHENNAI: A cheque for Rs. 4,95,944 lakh, collected through the “6 for a Cause” initiative of The Hindu in collaboration with VGN Developers, was handed over to the Ekam Foundation here on Thursday. The Foundation is a ...
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