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Notice to Rajya Sabha Chairman, P.P. Rao
Pilots defiant, passengers stranded
Delhi High Court initiates contempt proceedings
Stockholm Convention approves recommendation for ban on Endosulfan
Exemption for its application against 44 pests in 22 crops
Supreme Court orders suspension of 19 mining leases in Bellary
NEW DELHI: Making it clear that illegal mining would not be allowed to continue, the Supreme Court, acting on a report of the Central Empowered Committee (CEC), on Friday directed suspension of the 19 mining leases in Karnataka in the Bellary ...
Dadasaheb Phalke Award for K. Balachander
CHENNAI: Director K. Balachander, one of the influential filmmakers and trendsetters in Indian cinema, will receive the Dadasaheb Phalke Award for the year 2010, the Information and Broadcasting Ministry announced on ...
Gujarat withdraws security for Sanjiv Bhatt
AHMEDABAD: The Gujarat government on Friday withdrew the security cover for senior IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt, leaving a lone armed guard at his disposal. This despite his repeated pleas for enhancing security for him and his immediate family ...
“It's State government's duty”
NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Friday said it was the duty of the Gujarat government to ensure the security of IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt, who had filed an affidavit against Chief Minister Narendra Modi. “I cannot ...
Joshi leaked PAC report to media: Moily
MANGALORE: Union Minister of Law and Justice M. Veerappa Moily alleged here on Friday that Public Accounts Committee chairman Murli Manohar Joshi leaked the draft report on the 2G spectrum allocation scam to the media without finalising it ...
Draft report on 2G a “gross distortion'' of my January 2008 note: Chidambaram
“Note contained suggestions on raising additional resources through allocation of spectrum”
Joshi thinking of submitting 2G draft report to Speaker
But it cannot be presented without PAC approval, says P.D.T. Achary
Left supporters protest Centre's ‘collusion' in Purulia arms-drop
Forces have been conspiring to dislodge the Left Front government in West Bengal for a long time: Biman Bose
All pomp and pageantry at Britain's most hyped wedding
As a record global television audience of two billion watches
Purulia: Karat for judicial probe
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India(Marxist) on Friday demanded a judicial probe into the Purulia arms-drop case to uncover the network responsible for the incident. “The Purulia arms-drop in December 1995 was one of the most ...
Icing on the cake: the India connect at royal wedding
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