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DoS withheld vital information from Space Commission and government
Zero loss claim wrong, CBI chief tells PAC
NEW DELHI: CBI Director A.P. Singh told the Public Accounts Committee on Tuesday that it would be ‘incorrect' to say there were no losses to the exchequer in the allotment of 2G licences. Deposing before the PAC, Mr. Singh said ...
Manmohan assures honourable solution for people of Assam: ULFA
Guwahati: United Liberation Front of Asom chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa on Tuesday said Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had assured the outfit of coming up with a solution that would be honourable and acceptable to the people of Assam. An ...
CBI questions officials of four telecom operators
Vinod Goenka, partner of Shahid Balwa, was also quizzed
Maran too indicted in Justice Patil report
NEW DELHI: Apart from indicting A. Raja, the Justice Shivaraj V. Patil Committee report has faulted the functioning of Dayanidhi Maran during his tenure as Communications and IT Minister between May 2004 and May 2007. The report accuses ...
Advani seeks probe into phone tapping issue
KOLKATA: Senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader Lal Krishna Advani on Tuesday expressed “grave” concern at media reports of alleged tapping of more than a lakh telephones across the country. The matter constituted a “crisis of ...
No hike in taxes in Corporation budget
CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation budget for 2011-12, presented on Tuesday, has left the property and professional tax rates untouched even while continuing with the emphasis on health and education. The budget, presented by Chairperson ...
Personal attack will backfire again, Congress tells Advani
New Delhi: An aggressive Congress on Tuesday responded sharply to the Bharatiya Janata Party's description of Manmohan Singh as a “weak” Prime Minister, warning the Opposition against making “frivolous ...
I have nothing to hide, says Balakrishnan
New Delhi: “I have nothing to hide. When I was Chief Justice of India, I already declared my assets and I have filed my income tax returns also for the last five years” National Human Rights Commission Chairperson K.G. Balakrishnan ...
Leak of gun trial report to be probed
“Arms purchase process cannot be manipulated”
China: drought will not impact global prices
Berlusconi faces sex charge trial
Paris: Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is to stand trial on charges of abuse of power and paying underage prostitutes for sex — a crime in Italy despite the fact that prostitution is legal and the age of consent is 14. The trial ...
Is the Egyptian uprising running out of steam?
They reveal a rainbow of talent
Bangalore: Cricket's biggest stage helps reveal a rainbow of talent and temperaments. An England spinner, who sparkles on the field and bares his soul with a humorous touch on Twitter; a New Zealand player, who careened to the brink with a ...
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