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Rahul: I feel ashamed to call myself Indian
NEW DELHI: Congress general secretaries Rahul Gandhi and Digvijay Singh carried their party's battle against the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) by sneaking into the tension-filled village of Bhatta in Greater Noida in the early hours of Wednesday ...
Supreme Court frowns upon Amar Singh for filing frivolous petition, vacates stay
The petition sought to restrain the media from publishing tapped telephone conversations
In Amar Singh tapes, a world where everything's connected
NEW DELHI: Released for the first time by a Supreme Court order on Wednesday, the 24 telephone conversations which Amar Singh fought hard to keep out of the public domain provide a disjointed glimpse into a world in which politicians, ...
‘No fetters on proper exercise of powers by court of competent jurisdiction'
New Delhi: The Supreme Court, while dismissing the two curative petitions filed by the CBI in the Bhopal gas leak case of 1984, said on Wednesday: “It is wrong to assume that its 1996 judgment is a fetter against the proper exercise of ...
President gives assent to MCI ordinance
New Delhi: President Pratibha Patil has given her assent to the Ordinance that seeks to extend the tenure of the Board of Governors of the Medical Council of India (MCI) by another year. A gazette notification in this regard was issued ...
Gas victims feel let down
BHOPAL: The price for the 14-year delay on the part of the CBI and the Madhya Pradesh government is eventually being paid by the victims, survivors of the Bhopal gas tragedy have said. They were reacting to the Supreme Court's decision ...
Raman Singh: Why appoint Binayak Sen to Planning Commission panel?
NEW DELHI: Even as the Planning Commission stood by its decision to nominate Binayak Sen to its steering committee on health, there is a loud note of disapproval from Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh, who has questioned the rationale ...
‘India can pursue nuclear energy expansion after meeting safety aspects'
Summons to Deshmukh, Chavan
MUMBAI: The Adarsh Commission of Enquiry has issued summons to former Maharashtra Chief Ministers Vilasrao Deshmukh and Ashok Chavan asking them to appear as witnesses in the matter. Earlier, it issued summons to Union Power Minister and ...
Antony reviews security scenario
First such exercise since Osama's killing last week
SP cautious, Prashant Bhushan hails order
NEW DELHI: The Samajwadi Party has reacted cautiously to the Supreme Court lifting the order restraining the media from publishing or telecasting the tapped conversations of the former party member, Amar Singh, with top politicians, including ...
Maoists blow up MP's house in Jharkhand
RANCHI: The house of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha MP Kameshwar Baitha at Dhanchabar village in Palamu district of Jharkhand was blown up by Maoists late on Tuesday night, police said. Mr. Baitha, imprisoned for alleged Maoist activities, was ...
Explosives seized from militant hideout
Srinagar: Security forces on Wednesday busted a militant hideout and recovered a huge cache of explosives in a forest in Pulwama district of south Kashmir. Acting on a tip off, police, assisted by Rashtriya Rifles, launched a search ...
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