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Supreme Court lifts its stay on pronouncement of judgment
Political parties happy uncertainty is over
NEW DELHI: The political parties on Tuesday appealed for calm and asked people not to be provoked, following the Supreme Court's green signal to the Allahabad High Court to deliver the verdict on the Babri Masjid title suits. From the ...
Hillary raises nuclear liability issue with Krishna
Bill may be inconsistent with international standards: Blake
Ayodhya litigants welcome end of suspense
We cannot accept a verdict other than the one that favours building of a “grand Ram temple,” say Togadia, Giriraj Kishore
IAF mounts air cover for CWG
Army extends ground support as paramilitary forces join Delhi police for security
Centre should take a proactive stand: Rohatgi
Apprehension of law and order not a ground for not pronouncing verdict, says Soli Sorabjee
Centre sounds alert
NEW DELHI: A day after putting all the States on alert as the day of judgment in the Ayodhya title suits draws near, the Centre said on Tuesday that security forces had been mobilised at 16 strategic locations nationwide for swift deployment, ...
Appeal to Imams
New Delhi: Consequent to the Supreme Court giving the green signal for the High Court to deliver its verdict on the Ayodhya title suits, the All-India Organisation of Imams of Mosques (AIOIM) has called upon the “lakhs of Imams of ...
Court orders closure of Sterlite plant
India conveys concerns to U.S. over a slew of issues
NEW YORK: India conveyed its concerns to the U.S. over the H-1B visa fee increase, export control restrictions and the ban on outsourcing, at a meeting between External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton here ...
ECI initiates novel steps for malpractice-free Bihar election
PATNA: With less than a month to go for the first phase of the Bihar Assembly polls, the Election Commission of India (ECI) has been taking innovative measures to ensure the conduct of an orderly poll. In keeping with its practices which ...
Trinamool trying to destroy Panchayat, rationing system, says Buddhadeb
‘Rural bodies controlled by party fared worst in ensuring development'
Talks with ULFA should begin in next two months: Gogoi
Bhopal gas tragedy victims submit memorandum to Chidambaram
It seeks to clear facts and figures related to the tragedy
India, Japan to have first military talks
Repair highway connecting North-East: Buddhadeb
KOLKATA: West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee has warned the Centre of a possible law and order problem in north Bengal due to the terrible condition of a major highway which links the North-East with the rest of the ...
Rs.800-crore road and infrastructure projects
KOLKATA: The West Bengal government has taken up projects worth over Rs. 800 crore with the objective of expanding the road space in the metropolis while also augmenting pedestrian facilities to enhance road safety. The city has one of the ...
Suggestions to contain elephant mortality in train hits
NEW DELHI: Both the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests and the West Bengal government have suggested a three-pronged strategy to contain elephant mortality in train hit incidents, which the railways has promised to examine. The ...
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