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ED files case; CBI looking into complaints
Gadkari blames PMO
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party on Tuesday pointed the finger at the Prime Minister's Office for “sanctioning funds” to the Organising Committee (OC) for the Commonwealth Games, “overlooking cost escalations” and ...
ISI chiefs aided Mumbai terror attacks: Headley
Pakistan's powerful intelligence services were heavily involved in preparations for the Mumbai terrorist attacks of November 2008, according to classified Indian government documents obtained by The Guardian. A 109-page report into the ...
Chechen Parliament comes under attack
MOSCOW: A daring terrorist attack on Chechnya's Parliament on Tuesday left at least seven people dead and 17 wounded. Four gunmen in a car drove into the closely guarded territory of Parliament in the Chechen capital Grozny by following ...
Court takes serious view of Kasab's conduct
Solitary confinement has taken a toll on him, says lawyer
Gadkari for two-tier probe
NEW DELHI: BJP president Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday suggested a two-tier investigation into the Commonwealth Games-related corruption. Addressing journalists here, he said a joint parliamentary committee could look at the role of various ...
TRAI curbs coming on unsolicited calls
NEW DELHI: Harassed mobile subscribers may soon get much-needed relief from unsolicited telemarketing calls and SMS as the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is planning to come out with a set of regulations to curb this ...
Ideal conditions in Vizag for a great contest
Dhoni and Co. return to a venue where they have had good results
PM wants pace of developing scientific knowledge quickened
HYDERABAD: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has called for quickening the pace of developing scientific knowledge and application relevant to the needs of developing countries, while cautioning against the development path followed by the ...
Chennai emerging global city: Stalin
CHENNAI: Chennai is well on the way to become a leading global city and to meet the demands of the fastest growing city by 2020, the State government will take steps to provide international infrastructural facilities in the coming years, said ...
Former MLA posing as I-T official held
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