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Manmohan pained at assault on India’s composite culture
“While countering terror, wrong methods and means should not be adopted”
Livelihoods go up in smoke in Dhule
DHULE (MAHARASHTRA): Shabbir Merchant Burhani is a broken man today. He can’t hold back his tears as he talks about the loss of his shops at Datta Chowk in Dhule. He owned Burhani Complex and a mall on the ground floor which was gutted ...
Court to hear plea for CBI probe into nun’s rape
New Delhi: The Supreme Court will hear on October 17 an application from Archbishop of Cuttack Raphael Cheenath for a CBI probe into the rape of a nun at K. Nuagaon village during violence in Orissa’s Kandhamal district on August ...
UPA government failed on all fronts: Advani
KASARAGOD: Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha L.K. Advani has said that the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government had failed on all fronts and surrendered the country’s interests to the United States. Addressing a ...
3-judge Bench to hear plea against quashing SIMI ban
Similar matters are pending before it
More cuts in RBI mandatory norms under study
NEW DELHI: The official panel headed by Finance Secretary Arun Ramanathan, which was set up to look into the liquidity requirements, on Monday held its first meeting and considered options for increased flow of credit in the monetary system. ...
RTI now a common man’s tool
Study belies propaganda it is used by select social activists
Singur residents seek Governor’s intervention
Seek his intervention in bringing back Tata Motors project
Court: no bar on Nanavati preliminary report
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday refused to restrain the Gujarat government from implementing, circulating or acting on the Justice Nanavati Commission report on the Godhra train carnage. A Bench consisting of Chief Justice K.G. ...
Threat calls to Mamata’s residence
KOLKATA: The city police are inquiring into complaints of two anonymous telephone calls made to the residence of Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee on Monday afternoon threatening her life. Ms. Banerjee was away in New Delhi when the ...
Lalu not to visit Rae Bareli
NEW DELHI: Railway Minister Lalu Prasad has decided not to go to Rae Bareli for the bhoomi pujan ceremony for the proposed rail coach factory at Lalganj on Tuesday after the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High ...
CPI(M) central committee members meet Jyoti Basu
Kolkata: Members of the central committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), who are here to attend the three-day meet of the body, took time off on the second day of deliberations and visited veteran Marxist leader Jyoti Basu at his ...
3G services in Chennai by January, says Raja
MTNL will roll out the service by December
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