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Centre not averse to JPC if preceded by full debate
Congress suggests to Left full-fledged discussion in Parliament
Congress hopes Tuesday's meet will break deadlock
New Delhi: In a bid to end the impasse in Parliament, the Congress on Friday sought the cooperation of the Opposition to ensure a smooth budget session, even as it appeared to soften slightly on the demand for a JPC probe into the 2G spectrum ...
Now JPC is all the more important: CPI(M)
KOLKATA: The arrest of the former Communications Minister, A. Raja, has only made the formation of a Joint Parliamentary Committee to probe the scam in 2G spectrum allocation all the more imperative, Communist Party of India (Marxist) Polit ...
Congress and DMK not to attack each other
During election campaign in Tamil Nadu
U.P. Opposition disrupts Governor's address
SP members lead the attack over incidents of rape, corruption
Take anthropologists on board in executing water projects: Commission
Mayawati hits back at Samajwadi Party
LUCKNOW: Taking exception to the Samajwadi Party's (SP) demand for the release of Independent MLA Raghuraj Pratap Singh alias Raja Bhaiyya, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Friday dubbed the SP a “party of goondas.” The ...
Mere membership of banned outfit won't attract criminal action: court
Be wary of torture-induced confessions before police
Panel finds deviation of policies by NDA regime
NEW DELHI: Laying emphasis on the procedural lapses in the previous NDA regime in regard to allocation of licences and spectrum, Communications and IT Minister Kapil Sibal said on Friday that the report of the one-man committee headed by ...
Modi tried to dilute seriousness of riots situation, says SIT
Chip in with your ideas for a solution, Chidambaram tells Congress in J&K
Meets both factions of the party; reviews security situation with Omar Abdullah
Post offices in the service of unique identity project
Strategic partnership forged for registration, distribution of UID cards
It was Raja who violated policy, says Sushma
CHENNAI: BJP leader Sushma Swaraj on Friday declined to be drawn into a debate on reports that the Justice Shivraj Patil committee report had blamed the NDA government for deviating from policy on spectrum allocation, saying the report should ...
BJP wants leak of SIT report investigated
“Elements in the government may be behind publication of media reports”
Coal in dense forest areas can be declared ‘strategic energy reserve': MoEF
Mining will hurt biodiversity and discourage development of coal technology
Indian students abroad too can vote: Vayalar Ravi
KOCHI: Union Minister for Overseas Indian Affairs Vayalar Ravi has said that the government decision to allow non-resident Indians (NRIs) to vote in the country's elections will benefit over five million Indians living abroad. The rules in ...
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