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Jogi tape issue rocks Parliament
NEW DELHI, DEC. 8. The Ajit Jogi audiotape controversy forced the adjournment of both Houses of Parliament this morning but normal functioning was restored in the afternoon. The pattern of the verbal duels in both the Houses was the same and the ...


Constitution Bench to decide The Hindu privilege issue
NEW DELHI, DEC. 8.The Supreme Court today referred `The Hindu privilege case' to a five-Judge Constitution Bench observing that the case had raised important questions of law requiring determination by a larger Bench. A Bench of Justice ...
Committee for 49 per cent FDI in airlines, privatisation of airports
NEW DELHI, DEC. 8. The Naresh Chandra Committee report on civil aviation has suggested 49 per cent foreign direct investment in domestic and international airlines. It also suggested privatisation of Air India and Indian Airlines and airports, ...
Address Tamil Nadu objections, Saharya tells Centre
NEW DELHI, DEC. 8. The Central Review Committee on the Prevention of Terrorism Act, headed by Justice A.B. Saharya, today issued notice to the Centre, asking it to address on December 22 the preliminary objections raised by Tamil Nadu to the ...
11 fishermen held
COLOMBO, DEC. 8.The Sri Lankan navy has detained another group of 11 Indian fishermen for allegedly poaching in the island's territorial waters, officials said today. They were held at the islet of Kayts off Jaffna. PTI ...
Blast kills 2
GUWAHATI, DEC. 8.Two persons were killed and eight injured when a time-bomb exploded in Makum town of violence-hit Tinsukia district this evening. Police said that a time-bomb kept in a bag near a hardware shop exploded killing one person on the ...
Jamali calls up Vajpayee
NEW DELHI, DEC. 8. The Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, and his Pakistani counterpart, Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali, reviewed the latest political developments between the two countries this evening and agreed that it was "important" to ...



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