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Cabinet panel clears national intelligence grid
NEW DELHI: The National Intelligence Grid (NATGRID), Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram's ambitious project, was given in-principle approval by the Union government on Monday. A meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security, chaired by ...
Bill on ‘right to privacy' in monsoon session: Moily
NEW DELHI: “Right to privacy,” like other fundamental rights in the Constitution and statutory rights under various laws, will soon become a reality. Union Law Minister Veerappa Moily indicated that a bill in this regard would be ...
Moily meets Quraishi on electoral reforms
NEW DELHI: Union Minister for Law and Justice M. Veerappa Moily met Chief Election Commissioner S.Y. Quraishi and Election Commissioners V.S. Sampath and H.S. Brahma on Monday to finalise the contours of the National Consultation on Electoral ...
Gowda slams police action against Ramdev
BANGALORE: The former Prime Minister and national president of the Janata Dal (Secular), H.D. Deve Gowda, has expressed resentment at the “midnight operation” the Centre mounted on Sunday to disperse the people staging a peaceful ...
BJP condemns Mayawati for disallowing Ramdev's dharna
Money chain racket: police release pictures of accused
Kozhikode: The Vadakara police who are investigating a racket by a Chennai-based multi-level marketing company have come out with startling revelations of how hundreds of people in Kerala have been duped in the name of money-chain ...
Intruder brandishes shoe at Dwivedi, held
New Delhi: A day and a half after Baba Ramdev and his supporters were asked to leave the Ramlila Grounds, the Congress' routine press briefing on Monday was disrupted when a man, wearing a striped T-shirt and black trousers and brandishing a ...
Buses stoned, roads blocked during Goa bandh
PANAJI: Barring stray incidents of stoning of the State-owned Kadamba Transport Corporation buses by miscreants and damage to a few school buses carrying students, the Goa bandh called by the Bharatiya Bhasha Suraksha Manch (BBSM) passed off ...
Jethmalani wants Armed Forces Act revoked
SRINAGAR: Senior lawyer and Kashmir Committee chief Ram Jethmalani has demanded that the Armed Forces Special Powers Act and the Public Safety Act be revoked, expressing concern at the human rights situation in the State. At the end of ...
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