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Special session of Lok Sabha before August 11 to prove majority
Left parties withdraw support
NEW DELHI: Political developments over the civilian nuclear deal with the United States reached a crescendo on Tuesday with four Left parties announcing withdrawal of support to the United Progressive Alliance government over its move to go to ...
India hopeful of China’s support
Sapporo: On a day when the Left parties announced the withdrawal of support to the government over the nuclear deal, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh heard Chinese President Hu Jintao express his country’s willingness to cooperate with ...
Manmohan: Left pullout will not affect stability
Left: why keep draft text of IAEA Safeguards Agreement secret?
The general secretaries of the Left parties — the Communist Party of India (Marxist), the Communist Party of India, the Forward Bloc and the Revolutionary Socialist Party — on July 8 issued this statement in New Delhi, asking the ...
It’s a privileged document, says Congress
No sharing with third parties without going through IAEA procedures
A letter to Pranab Mukherjee
This is the text of a letter that Communist Party of India (Marxist) general secretary Prakash Karat and Communist Party of India general secretary A.B. Bardhan sent on July 8 to Pranab Mukherjee, the convenor of the United Progressive ...
Differences persist on response to climate change
G8 to stick to the goal of reducing global emissions by 50 per cent by 2050
Minority community is with us, says Mulayam Singh
NEW DELHI: The Samajwadi Party claimed on Tuesday there was unanimous support within his party for the Indo-U.S. nuclear deal. Briefing journalists here after the meeting of the Samajwadi Party Parliamentary Board, the former Chief ...
Supreme Court clears acquisition of land for Chennai airport
I wish Left Front gets yet another term: Basu
Win over those voting against us, says leader who enters 95
Crackdown on minors riding motorcycle
CHENNAI: The traffic police launched a crackdown against minors, particularly schoolchildren, riding motorcycles here on Tuesday. At least 11 children who were caught riding two-wheelers without driving licence were warned and let off. ...
Selectors rest Dhoni for Sri Lanka Test series
Yuvraj, Irfan Pathan dropped; Rohit, Ojha make it; Harbhajan back
Paris to give honorary citizenship to Taslima
Paris: Bangladeshi novelist Taslima Nasreen will become an honorary citizen of Paris, as soon as the city council approves a proposal. ...
Carla Bruni rides on
PARIS: She charmed the Queen of England, captivated Israel, impressed President George Bush and won over the hardest sell of all — the French. But can France’s first lady, an Italy-born top model turned songstress Carla ...
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