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“Draft Lokpal Bill will be introduced in monsoon session of Parliament”
Ramdev ends fast, to continue fight
DEHRA DUN: Yoga guru Ramdev broke his fast on Sunday by accepting fruit juice from his supporters and Sri Sri Ravi Shankar at the Himalayan Institute Hospital Trust hospital at Jolly Grant near here. Ramdev was admitted to the hospital ...
Coercion not the way, Ramesh tells Orissa government
In the wake of mass protest by locals against land acquisition process
Orissa halts land acquisition for five days
BHUBANESWAR: In a respite to anti-Posco agitators, the Orissa government on Sunday halted the land acquisition process for the steel plant project for five days at the proposed site near Paradip, in view of the ‘Rajo' festival. The ...
Congress campaign to counter anti-corruption movement
Cautions people against forces of “communalism, right-wing extremism”
You got us fame, status but we wanted only you: mother
Young crime reporters recall selfless help Dey always gave them in their stories
Tamils issue: Rajapaksa seeks Opposition's views
TNA leaders for equitable solution
Samacheer Kalvi: State to move Supreme Court today
New Delhi: The Tamil Nadu government will move the Supreme Court on Monday against an interim order of the Madras High Court staying the operation of an amendment introduced in the Tamil Nadu Uniform System of School Education Act for ...
Tests show bacteria in untreated water
CHENNAI: Tests by the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board show the presence of coliform bacteria in samples of untreated water drawn from Porur, Red Hills, Poondi and Veeranam waterbodies, which serve as sources of supply to the city. The ...
Australia to remove incorrect Indian map from its website
Melbourne/New Delhi: Australia has agreed to remove a map of India, posted on a government website which omitted the border States of Jammu and Kashmir and Arunachal Pradesh, following strong protests from the Indian community in the ...
The power of the collective online
CHENNAI: They call it the power of the collective to make cities observable and its residents responsive. Individuals from different parts of the country are collecting and collating up-to-the-minute information using the social media, ...
The Urdu couplet that summed up Husain's philosophy
LONDON: M.F. Husain used to recite an Urdu couplet to illustrate his philosophy that every living moment was worth celebrating because it could well be your last moment: maut sabko aani hain kaun isse chuta hain, tu fana nahi hoga yeh khayal ...
Salman Rushdie to pen sci-fi drama for TV
Now a website to fight corruption
Austin, Texas: These are crucial times in India indeed as a battle to root out corruption rages on in the subcontinent. Over the past months, the common man in India has elected to be part of decisive action to communicate his disgust with ...
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