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JPC demand a political tool for one-upmanship, says Bansal
“Opposition looking to politicise the whole affair for undemocratic political ends”
Non-Congress, non-BJP parties to meet Pratibha today
NEW DELHI: The non-Congress and non-Bharatiya Janata Party Opposition parties are to meet President Pratibha Patil on Tuesday to urge her to advise the United Progressive Alliance government to accept the demand for a joint parliamentary ...
“Cordial India-Pakistan ties are in Russia's interest”
Gold plating of Tirumala temple sanctum sanctorum illegal: court
HYDERABAD: A Division Bench of the Andhra Pradesh High Court, comprising Justices B. Prakasha Rao and Reddy Kantha Rao, on Monday held the plan for gold plating the sanctum sanctorum of the main temple at Tirumala illegal, unconstitutional and ...
Ramesh acted with mala fide intent, says Lavasa
“Show-cause notice was issued with motive of causing financial loss to LCL”
Pilot: more security for BPO women employees soon
NEW DELHI: Asking Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) companies to invest more in better transport facilities for its employees, Minister of State for Communications and Information Technology Sachin Pilot on Monday said a plan was being ...
CBI charge-sheets 23 PSBJC supporters
Kolkata: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) submitted on Monday the charge sheet against 23 supporters of the Maoist-backed Police Santrash Birodhi Janasadharaner Committee (PSBJC) for their alleged involvement in the Jnaneswari Express ...
Reliance advocacy was for national ‘energy security': N.K. Singh
NEW DELHI: In the eye of a storm following confirmation that the voice of an unidentified MP heard on the Niira Radia tapes plotting to push a parliamentary debate Reliance's way was his own, N.K. Singh said on Monday that his conversation ...
Jagan eyes Pulivendula Assembly seat
Sister Sharmila may contest from Kadapa seat vacated by him
“Monitoring by Supreme Court is the best way”
NEW DELHI: The Communications and Information Technology Minister, Kapil Sibal, on Monday said the Centre was ready for the Supreme Court monitoring the ongoing investigations into the alleged 2G spectrum scam. He also urged the Opposition to ...
We will ensure full transparency, says Sibal
NEW DELHI: Kapil Sibal, who has taken over from A. Raja as Communications Minister, told journalists here on Monday, “We will individually evaluate all the cases [highlighted in the CAG report on 2G spectrum allocation]...we will ensure ...
Lashkar men held in Mumbai
Court directive on Ravi Varma painting
Kochi: A Division Bench of the Kerala High Court on Monday ordered that a painting by Raja Ravi Varma, being put up at an auction in New Delhi on Tuesday, if sold, should not be exported or its possession transferred. The Bench of ...
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