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Dey's murder sends shock waves among journalists
MUMBAI: The killing of senior crime reporter Jyotendra Dey has sent shock waves among journalists, who are filled with anger and resentment. As there are theories about the involvement of either the oil mafia or the underworld being ...
Congress and BJP heave a sigh of relief
NEW DELHI: Both the Congress and the BJP heaved a sigh of relief on Sunday after yoga guru Baba Ramdev called off his fast. Congress general secretary Janardhan Dwivedi said it was good news that Ramdev had ended his fast. It would have ...
Adequate security will be provided to Dey's family: Patil
Mumbai: Even as the police seemed clueless about the killers of senior crime reporter Jyotendra Dey here 24 hours after the incident, Maharashtra Home Minister R.R. Patil on Sunday gave strict instructions to senior police officials to crack ...
Child labour generates Rs.1.2-lakh cr. black money a year: report
“What is this World Day Against Child Labour?”
New Delhi: Golu is 12 years old and wants to go to school like all other children of his age. But for him, it is just a dream as he has to spend his entire day cleaning dirt and dishes at a roadside dhaba in south Delhi. Raju, a ...
Accumulated shortcomings and weaknesses led to poll debacle: Karat
HYDERABAD: Acknowledging that shortcomings and weaknesses of the Left Front government accumulated over three decades in performance and delivery were the factors behind the worst-ever debacle in the West Bengal Assembly elections, the ...
Poor storage, movement of foodgrains a worry again
Unusual overflow of groundwater causes concern in Gujarat town
People have been advised against consuming the water
“UPA government lacks credibility to fight corruption”
HYDERABAD: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Sunday hit out at the United Progressive Alliance government, saying it lacked credibility to fight corruption. The party advocated inclusion of the Prime Minister in the Lokpal ...
Kalam for developing BrahMos' hypersonic version
NEW DELHI: The former President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, on Sunday asked the BrahMos Aerospace to develop an advanced version of the BrahMos cruise missile to maintain India's leadership in the field. “You should develop a hypersonic ...
Digvijay wants PM, judiciary under Lokpal
GUNA (MADHYA PRADESH): Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh has favoured inclusion of the Prime Minister's office and the higher judiciary under the ambit of the Lokpal. “My view is that the Prime Minister, the judiciary, ...
CPI(M) to launch campaign against attacks
Tripura to fight it out single-handedly
IN THE RED LIST
Great Indian Bustard facing extinction
Introduce Lok Pal Bill in monsoon session: CPI
VIJAYAWADA: The Communist Party of India on Sunday demanded that the Union government introduce the Lok Pal Bill in the monsoon session of Parliament. CPI national secretary and Rajya Sabha member D. Raja alleged that the Centre was ...
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