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Samajwadi Party made me a scapegoat, says Amar Singh
“I dedicated my blood and soul to the party only to be rewarded with betrayal”
Congress betraying signs of frustration: BJP
“With attempts to tarnish Opposition parties going in vain”
‘I too miss Jaya Bachchan on this rostrum'
NEW DELHI: Reciprocating the feelings expressed by Samajwadi Party (SP) MP Jaya Bachchan, expelled SP MP Amar Singh on Sunday said: “I too miss her on this rostrum.” Addressing a Kshatriya Mahakumbh rally here, Mr. Singh ...
Manmohan responsible for price rise, says BJP
Mamata, Pranab seek probe
KOLKATA: Even as the death toll in the March 23 fire at Stephen Court on Park Street here rose to 34, Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee on Sunday demanded a judicial probe or a CBI inquiry into the incident. “Responsibility ...
Mullaperiyar panel: hearing today
Tamil Nadu plea to recall order appointing Empowered Committee
‘People must nurture Marathi language at a personal level'
Pointless to make it compulsory if people prefer another language: Justice Dharmadhikari
‘Court cannot order probe into corruption charges against politicians'
NEW DELHI: Launching investigations into corruption charges against politicians is clearly the domain of the Executive, and the court cannot issue any direction to initiate such a probe, the Supreme Court has held. A three-judge Bench of ...
No tax on dreaming, says CPI(M)
KOLKATA: A day after Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram said at a function in New Delhi that the Left parties (in West Bengal) would meet “their Waterloo in about 12 months from today [Saturday],” senior leaders of the Communist ...
“Study government reports carefully”
NEW DELHI: The CPI(M) Central Committee on Sunday took on Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram for saying it was a myth propagated by the Left that at least 77 per cent of the population lived below Rs. 20 a day, asking him to study ...
Gujjars to take out march to Jaipur on April 3
JAIPUR: In a setback to the ongoing talks on reservation, Gujjar leader Kirori Singh Bainsla on Sunday announced that the community would take out a “march from all directions” to the Rajasthan capital on April 3 to press for the ...
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