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Pakistan Supreme Court also rules judges’ appointments illegal
Private airlines threaten to suspend flights on Aug. 18
Mumbai: Private airlines have threatened to suspend operations on August 18 if the government does not come out with a bailout package for them. The airlines, under the aegis of the Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA), said total losses ...
IAS officer, four family members found dead
He shot them before killing himself, say police
‘IAS officer was upset at being a suspect’
BHUBANESWAR: Senior IAS officer Jagadananda Panda, who was found dead along with four members of his family at Deogana village, apparently used his personal licensed .32 revolver to shoot them before training it on himself. Mr. Panda ...
Court revokes MCOCA in Malegaon case
Anti-Terrorism Squad obtains a four-week stay of the order
Madhya Pradesh clueless as children die of malnutrition
Over 450 deaths in four districts since May 2008, say NGOs
Come for talks, private airlines told
NEW DELHI: As private airlines decided to go on strike on August 18 in protest against high rate of taxes on Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF) and airport taxes, the government on Friday suggested to them to engage in a dialogue with it instead of ...
It is a concerted attack on CPI(M), says Prakash Karat
KOLKATA: The current situation in West Bengal, where a concerted attack is on by “non-communist forces” against the Communist Party of India (Marxist), is reminiscent of “the anti-communist gang up” against the first ...
Krishna: we haven’t removed pressure on Pakistan
Joint statement a shameful draft, says Arun Jaitley
Emraan Hashmi alleges religious bias by Bandra housing society
Mumbai: Bollywood actor Emraan Hashmi on Friday accused a housing society in the posh Bandra area of “religious discrimination,” saying he was refused a no objection certificate (NOC) to purchase a flat in the building because of ...
Political forces out to damage my family, says Buta Singh
NEW DELHI: National Commission for Scheduled Castes chairman Buta Singh, whose son has been arrested by the CBI in a bribery case, said on Friday that “political forces” were out to damage him and his family. Ruling out his ...
Colombo eases fishing curbs
IDPs from Manik Farm to be resettled
Verdict in Suu Kyi trial put off
SINGAPORE: The judgment in a controversial case against Myanmar’s renowned pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi was on Friday put off until August 11. A two-judge bench of the trial court, located within the premises of a high-security ...
RBI chief pitches for rollback of monetary expansion
‘The government will have to show a firm and credible commitment to fiscal responsibility’
Infosys gets CISF cover
It is the first private company to get protection from the force
Landslip cuts off 3 districts in Arunachal Pradesh
Tezpur: Three districts of Arunachal Pradesh, including the picturesque Tawang bordering China, were cut off due to landslip following torrential rain on Friday. Road communication to the three districts of Tawang, East and West Kameng ...
Court clears cross-gender spa service
Film-sets gutted in AVM Studio fire
Facility lacks adequate firefighting systems, says Fire Services Director
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