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No satisfactory explanation for filing petitions after 14 years of judgment
Rajaratnam convicted of fraud
The millionaire investor was found guilty of insider trading on Wall Street
Rahul Gandhi arrested
LUCKNOW: Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi was arrested in a dramatic manner at Bhatta-Parsaul villages in Greater Noida late on Wednesday night after the Mayawati government decided to act against him. Mr. Gandhi, who had earlier staged ...
Rahul rides pillion on motorcycle to reach trouble-hit U.P. villages
LUCKNOW: Riding pillion on a motorcycle, Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi managed to give the Noida district administration the slip to reach Bhatta-Parsaul villages in Greater Noida around daybreak on Wednesday. Accompanied by AICC ...
ED to decide on new date to quiz Kanimozhi
NEW DELHI: The Enforcement Directorate will issue fresh summonses to DMK MP Kanimozhi and Kalaignar TV managing director Sharad Kumar, who appeared before the agency on Wednesday to seek another date, instead of May 13, for being questioned in ...
India releases list of 50 ‘most wanted fugitives'
NEW DELHI: India on Wednesday came out with a list of 50 “most wanted fugitives” hiding in Pakistan. They include underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, 26/11 mastermind and Lashkar-e-Taiba founder Hafiz Saeed and dreaded terrorist Zaki ur ...
Jairam: I admit our nuclear energy programme must be transparent
Bill for independent regulatory authority in monsoon session of Parliament
Indo-Afghan ties to reach a new level: Manmohan
NEW DELHI: On the eve of his first visit to Kabul in six years, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on Wednesday that he was looking forward to wide ranging discussions with the Afghan leadership to advance India's partnership to a “new ...
26/11: No ‘use by date,' says Nirupama
NEW DELHI: Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao has said there was no “use by date” on India's demand for prosecution of all those involved in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks. “The word ‘outdated' cannot apply. We are ...
Get Land Acquisition Bill ready, Manmohan tells Deshmukh
Directive comes in the wake of turmoil in Greater Noida
TN, West Bengal register record poll percentage
NEW DELHI: For the first time in the electoral exercise in their respective States, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal, which had Assembly elections recently, have created history by recording the highest percentage of voter turnout this ...
West Bengal awaits results with bated breath
Election Commission can take credit for having seen a largely peaceful poll
Court to consider passing interim order banning endosulfan
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday indicated that it would consider passing an interim order on Friday imposing a ban on the production of endosulfan, considering the harmful effects of this pesticide on the people of this ...
Women bag top two slots in civil services exam
717 men and 203 women clear the final hurdle
New IT rules may make cyber cafés out of bounds for users
Owners have to keep logs of customers' ID, photo
U.K. to raise diplomatic profile in India, China
LONDON: Britain would raise its diplomatic profile in India and China as part of its drive to strengthen relations with “the world's two emerging superpowers,” its Foreign Secretary William Hague announced on ...
38 more ‘ideal' villages to come up in Maharashtra by June
Social crusader Anna Hazare is the adviser for this programme
Seaside high-rise built for Class IV employees of Raj Bhavan
MUMBAI: Sridhar Sawant never imagined that one day he would move, from his tiny 100 sq.ft. room, into a flat near the sea. When Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan and Governor K. Sankaranarayanan on Tuesday handed over a symbolic key ...
Kashmiri Pandits welcome Muslims' support
SRINAGAR: The Kashmir Pandit Sangarsh Samiti (KPSS) has welcomed the support of the Muslim community in electing a Kashmiri Pandit woman as a panchayat leader in Kunzer block of Baramulla district. In a statement, the KPSS said, ...
First Arunachal woman to scale Everest
Kathmandu: Twenty-five-year-old Tine Mena has become the first Indian woman to successfully scale Mount Everest this season. Ms. Mena scaled the Everest on May 9, becoming the first woman from Arunachal Pradesh to reach the ...
Legal principles violated, say bin Laden's sons
Arbitrary killing is not a solution, they say
Attack on Osama justified: U.S.
‘Obama addressed legal foundation for actions that he ordered'
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
Kings XI steamrollers Mumbai Indians
All-round show helps the host skittle out the table-leader for a paltry 87
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
RCB cruises to its sixth win in-a-row
Aravind's strikes put the brakes on RR's batting; Gayle again at his devastating best
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
It's advantage Chennai Super Kings
Chennai: Delhi Daredevils, the last visiting team to nick a win at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium and that too in the previous edition, will take on Chennai Super Kings on May 12 in a contest that holds a very divergent set of promises for the ...
City girl tops in Civil Services exam
CHENNAI: Law graduate S. Divyadharshini of Chennai emerged the national topper in the Civil Services Examination 2010. The Union Public Service Commission announced the results on Wednesday and released the merit list of 920 candidates ...
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