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Sivasankaran has given list of witnesses and documents: CBI sources
FBI videotape shows Rana admitting to terror links
He says he knew plotters, but was ignorant of their plans
3rd charge sheet in 2G scam by June 30
NEW DELHI: CBI Director A.P. Singh on Tuesday told the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probing the telecom policies from 1998 to 2009 that besides gearing to file the third charge sheet into the 2G spectrum scam by June 30, the agency was ...
2G scam: witnesses to be examined from June 29
Orders on Kanimozhi's bail petition today
NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court will pronounce on Wednesday its verdict on the bail petitions of DMK MP Kanimozhi and Kalaignar TV promoter and director Sharad Kumar, who are in judicial custody in the 2G spectrum allocation case. On May ...
Supply documents in three days or pay fine, CBI told
NEW DELHI: Taking a grim view of the slow pace of supply of documents to the accused in the 2G spectrum case, the special court on Tuesday warned the CBI that it would start fining the agency Rs.50,000 a day if it did not supply all the ...
‘Superbug' still a global concern: WHO
GENEVA: The ‘New Delhi superbug' remains “a global concern” because of its resistance to all antibiotics available in the world, according to a senior WHO official. “The ‘New Delhi metallo-beta-lactamase-1' ...
On police request, Hazare shifts fast venue to Rajghat
Police say prohibitory orders are in force at Jantar Mantar
“No rift between me and Hazare”
HARIDWAR: Baba Ramdev on Tuesday asserted that there was no rift between him and Anna Hazare. “In fact, I have asked my supporters to join the daylong fast by Anna and his team in New Delhi on June 8 in large numbers,” he said, ...
Will attend Lokpal panel meet: Hegde
MANGALORE: Karnataka Lokayukta N. Santosh Hegde on Tuesday said that he would attend the Joint Draft Committee meeting on the Lokpal Bill in New Delhi on June 15 and 16. Mr. Hegde is one of the five members from civil society on the ...
Government firm on dealing with corruption
Declare assets, Manmohan reminds Ministers
NEW DELHI: Cabinet Secretary K.M. Chandrasekhar, on behalf of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, has written to Union Ministers reminding them of the mandatory annual disclosure of assets and liabilities in accordance with the ‘Code of ...
Dhaka-Delhi talks end on positive note
DHAKA: The Foreign Secretary-level talks between Bangladesh and India ended here on Tuesday with the two officials expressing the hope of resolving all issues. Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao and her Bangladesh counterpart Mijarul Quayes, ...
Uma Bharti back in BJP after six-year exile
She will play a key role in strengthening the party in U.P.
Sushma justifies dancing at Rajghat
NEW DELHI: Stoutly defending her dancing at the Rajghat early on Monday, Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj said here on Tuesday that the Congress party did not like ‘desh bhakts' (patriots) like her dancing to the ...
C-17 deal will strengthen strategic ties: Roemer
NEW DELHI: The United States on Tuesday welcomed reports of the sale of 10 Boeing C-17 Globemaster III aircraft to the Indian Air Force, stating that the acquisition will significantly boost the IAF heavy transport capabilities. On ...
Pakistan rejects call for action against LeT leaders
Prosecution of jihad commanders indicted by U.S. could spark war within Pakistan, authorities say
Free and compulsory education to be extended up to class X
CABE approves drafting of law to check malpractices in schools
No assurance to Lagarde: Pranab
India for merit and not nationality as criterion for IMF top post
TigerText leaves security agencies worried
Syrians flee tense north
Fearing retaliation by the Army over weekend clashes
Panel suggests 4 per cent interest on Post Office savings deposits
NEW DELHI: A government committee has suggested raising interest rates on Post Office savings bank deposits to 4 per cent, a suggestion that could benefit lakhs of small depositors. The Committee on Small Savings also recommended linking ...
India will push hard for victory
West Indies needs to find ways to make the middle overs count
23 burnt to death as private bus bound for Pollachi overturns near Vellore
The bus hit a culvert when it tried to avert stationary vehicles
Legislative Council revival blocked again
CHENNAI: For the third time in the last two decades, the Tamil Nadu Assembly on Tuesday adopted a resolution against attempts to revive the Legislative Council, which was abolished in 1986 and sought to be resurrected thrice in 1989, 1996 and ...
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