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It’s BJP’s old practice: Congress
It shows what the BJP believes in, says Polit Bureau member Brinda Karat
Taliban’s influence could spill over to India: Chidambaram
Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram has said the spreading influence of the Taliban and other fundamentalist organisations in Pakistan was worrisome because it could spill over to India. He was responding to questions on the turmoil in Pakistan ...
BJP’s allies urged to deny ticket to Varun
NEW DELHI: The Citizens for Justice And Peace (CJP) and the Safdar Hashmi Memorial Trust (SAHMAT) on Monday issued an open letter to allies of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) urging them ...
Sad day for people of West Bengal: Nirupam Sen
‘Megha-Tropiques in advanced stage of development’
Bangalore: Megha-Tropiques, a satellite to study tropical weather and climate, is in an advanced stage of development and likely to be launched in December, according to C.B.S. Dutt, programme coordinator of the mission at the Indian Space ...
BJP debutants to take on Sonia, Rahul
Congress, BJP trade charges over IPL
NEW DELHI: The Congress and the BJP on Monday crossed swords over shifting of the 59-match Indian Premier League (IPL) Season II overseas. BJP general secretary Arun Jaitley said the decision had not only given India a bad name but had almost ...
From mangroves to political swamp
MISSION STATEMENT: “The urgent need is good planning, improving transport management, better civic administration and development that is sustainable.” Rishi Aggarwal has spent much of his life fighting to save the ...
Practise what you preach
Janata Dal (United) president Sharad Yadav had no qualms denying tickets to former party chief and NDA convener George Fernandes and former union minister Digvijay Singh. His justification: Mr. Fernandes was not in the pink of health and Mr. ...
We couldn’t care less: Mamata
KOLKATA: For Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee, whose movement resulted in Tata Motors relocating its Nano project from Singur in West Bengal in October 2008, the launch of the small car on Monday from Mumbai was something ...
Bail for chappal thrower
New Delhi: A three-judge Bench of the Supreme Court on Monday granted bail to Sarita Parikh, associated with the Boss School, Mumbai, who was sent to judicial custody for throwing footwear at two judges of a Bench during the hearing of a ...
“BJP is no match for Congress”
Collegium clears elevation of two judges to Supreme Court
New Delhi: The Supreme Court collegium has cleared the elevation of the Chief Justices of the Rajasthan and Orissa High Courts, Deepak Verma and Balbir Singh Chauhan as judges of the Supreme Court. The collegium, headed by the Chief ...
Sonia projects Congress as symbol of stability
Davangere: All India Congress Committee (AICC) president Sonia Gandhi on Monday flagged off the party’s Bharat Nirman rally ahead of the Lok Sabha elections by projecting her party as a symbol of stability, social harmony and ...
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