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Judge rejects rebel BJP MLAs' plea for records
“My job is only to decide on Speaker's action”

Bihar's volatile region to vote in first phase
Preferences of one crore electors in eight districts on test

Cabinet nod for new Enemy Property Bill
NEW DELHI: The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved yet another version of the controversial Enemy Property Bill to replace the ordinance that lapsed on September 6. It is based on a fresh proposal of the Ministry of Home Affairs. The ...

37-year-old Indian murdered in Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR: A 37-year-old Indian was allegedly murdered by an unemployed Malaysian man in the Alor Gajah area. K. Mohanasundaram was killed last month by Abdul Rahim Abdul Raza, 43, local media reports said. The victim's body was ...

Ecosystem disturbed by population rise: Al Gore
CHENNAI: Former Vice-President of the United States and Nobel Laureate Al Gore on Wednesday drew an analogy between the challenges faced by cardiologists and those involved in assessing the health of the global ecological system, saying the ...

Elaborate arrangements in place as Bihar goes to the polls today
Around 1.07 crore voters are eligible to exercise their franchise in Phase I

Posco paid for study on Posco
NEW DELHI: Claims about the benefits of Posco's $12 billion integrated steel project to Orissa's economy and job market come from a study by an “independent” research organisation — but was paid for by Posco itself. In ...

Sudhanshu Mittal calls it a ‘witch-hunt'
NEW DELHI: Bharatiya Janata Party man Sudhanshu Mittal, whose business and other premises were searched on Tuesday in connection with alleged Commonwealth Games-related irregularities, termed the act a ‘witch-hunt.' He told ...

“No red lines for J&K interlocutors”
NEW DELHI: The Jammu and Kashmir problem was a political one that needed a political solution and the recently appointed three interlocutors would hold widest consultations in the State and gather every shade of opinion aimed at finding a ...

Less dialogue, more appeasement?
Washington: As the Obama administration has sought to move away from an inward-looking, unilateralist style of foreign policy, it has come to rely, more than ever, on one particular tool for bilateral engagement — the euphemistically ...

Emaar-MGF bank guarantee ordered to be confiscated
New Delhi: The Rs.183-crore bank guarantee furnished by Commonwealth Games Village builder Emaar-MGF was on Wednesday ordered to be confiscated on charges of irregularities, as the Enforcement Directorate prepared to question top officials of ...

Posco denies violating law to obtain clearance

CWG: probe yet to begin into works carried out by government departments
The Delhi government is now awaiting the arrival of the CVC team

Virat Kohli proves to be the difference
Brilliant century by Michael Clarke in vain as India leads series 1-0

Leander Paes pulls out of Asian Games
NEW DELHI: One of the star performers of the last Asian Games, Leander Paes, who had won the men's doubles gold with Mahesh Bhupathi and the mixed doubles gold with Sania Mirza will not be competing in the Guangzhou edition of the Games from ...

Immense potential for growth in India
CHENNAI: NBA coaches William (Bill) Harris and Tamika Raymond are of the opinion “basketball in India is slowly rising and has immense potential for growth.” Appointed by NBA to give basketball a firm push in India, the two ...

Two coaches of Metro derail in Kolkata

New Oxford centre for study of Asian heritage

Job visas only for highly skilled, well-paid foreigners
New Delhi: To prevent foreigners filling the non-technical jobs in the country, the Home Ministry has made it clear that foreigners will be accepted only for highly skilled jobs, and if only that they draw a salary of not less than $25,000 a ...

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