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JD(U)-BJP combine bags 206 seats in 243-member House
Rosaiah quits, Kiran Kumar Reddy new Chief Minister
To be sworn in today; decision taken after CLP meeting
Bribe scam unearthed; top LIC, bank officials held
MUMBAI: The Economic Offences Wing of the Central Bureau of Investigation has unearthed a multimillion-rupee bribery scam and arrested top officials of public sector banks and financial institutions, including the Chief Executive Officer of ...
BJP allows Yeddyurappa to stay
He has denied allegations of land allotment to kin, says Gadkari
Summons to officials in manual scavenging issue
CHENNAI: The Madras High Court on Wednesday directed the Secretary, Municipal Administration and Water Supply (MAWS) department, and the Chairman-cum-Managing Director of the Chennai Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (CMWSSB), to ...
All my problems solved: Yeddyurappa
NEW DELHI: As the BJP announced that the status quo in Karnataka would continue, Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa heaved a sigh of relief and said: “All my problems are solved.” He would continue to bring more glories to the State ...
NRIs can now vote in India
New Delhi: The longstanding wish of millions of non-resident Indians (NRIs) to be able to exercise their franchise in India has come true, with the Centre issuing a notification to this effect. In the monsoon session, Parliament had ...
CBI ready for court monitoring 2G probe
NEW DELHI: Even as the Supreme Court on Wednesday observed that the 2G spectrum scam has put all other scams put together to shame, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) told the court that it was agreeable to the court monitoring the ...
Contempt notice to Corporation
Kia quotes the Mahatma: be the change you want to see
MUMBAI: Thirteen-year-old Naomi Scherr was to write an essay on her trip, an educational experience to India. She was seeking admission to a girls' boarding school and this essay would have been part of her application. But Naomi and her ...
Kalpana banks on positives
MUMBAI: Kalpana Shah will spend the second anniversary of the 26/11 terror strike at Shirdi. It was a place her husband Pankaj often visited when he was alive. “I have decided, every year I will go to a spiritual place on that day. In ...
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