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After midnight swoop, battle lines harden
Congress firm but Baba Ramdev, BJP to fight UPA government's “fascism”

Ramdev to continue indefinite fast at Haridwar
HARIDWAR: Intercepted on the Purkazi border by the Uttar Pradesh police and sent back to Haridwar on Sunday evening, Baba Ramdev returned to announce that the indefinite fast would continue at his Patanjali Yogpeeth here. Addressing ...

Government conspired to kill me: Ramdev
HARIDWAR: A visibly shaken Baba Ramdev, clad in a white woman's salwar and kurta, on Sunday accused the United Progressive Alliance government of having conspired to kill him during the police crackdown on his satyagraha at the Ramlila Grounds ...

Hazare asks people to join him on daylong fast
New Delhi: The government's crackdown on Baba Ramdev and his followers has had one unintended effect: It has united civil society groups till now bitterly divided over the direction and scope of the anti-corruption movement. From Anna ...

Advani demands apology from Manmohan, Sonia
“Crackdown smacks of British action at Jallianwala Bagh”

After crackdown, BJP to try second JP movement
LUCKNOW/ NEW DELHI: The situation following the police lathi-charge on followers of yoga expert Ramdev on June 4/5 midnight has raised hopes in the Bharatiya Janata Party and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh that they could create an ...

Congress decides on countrywide campaign to counter BJP propaganda
“Communal forces trying to destabilise the United Progressive Alliance government”

CPI(M), CPI criticise handling of Ramdev issue
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) and the Communist Party of India on Sunday criticised the Manmohan Singh government for its handling of the Baba Ramdev hunger strike and questioned the stealthy manner in which it negotiated ...

Baba Ramdev denies he is an RSS agent
“Representatives of all religions and social action groups were there to support the movement. How can you simply say that it was an RSS or BJP sponsored show,” he told newspersons here after the police escorted him back from New ...

Supreme Court to hear plea against Ramdev eviction today
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court will hear on Monday a public interest litigation petition seeking a directive to the Centre and the Delhi Police to issue a White Paper on the alleged police action in the ‘Baba Ramdev eviction incident' on ...

Creating Baba Ramdev
New Delhi: It was not that long back that Baba Ramdev, a Yadav from Haryana, was just a superior yoga instructor with a mass following, a people's Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, whose clientele was at the upper end of the social spectrum. Today, ...

Blast in bakery kills 10 in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: At least 10 people were killed and double the number injured in a bomb blast at a bakery in the Nowshera area of the Khyber-Pukhtoonkhwa province on Sunday night. The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan claimed responsibility for ...

Sunken oil tanker spills oil near Chittagong
DHAKA: An oil tanker that sank overnight at the Chittagong Port was spilling furnace oil into the sea, raising fears of pollution. But officials said the spill was limited to one km so far. “We are concerned about the pollution but ...

I am sure of Kashmiri's death: Rehman Malik
But Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan says he is “alive and safe”

‘Development agenda of Doha round central'
CHENNAI: India remains fully committed to continued engagement with all stakeholders for conclusion of the Doha round of the World Trade Organisation as a single undertaking in trade, services and investment, Union Minister of Commerce and ...

Political vacuum as Saleh leaves for Saudi Arabia
Crowds erupt with joy in Yemen's capital, Sana'a

Nadal claims sixth French Open
Spaniard hangs on to the World No.1 spot with the triumph

Stiffer challenge awaits the Indians
The weather could be a factor in the contest

Guiding you to the right 3G plan
3gsimplified is meant to ensure that user get the most cost-effective plan

When social media booms, will brands take the hint?
CHENNAI: It is probably stating the obvious, but social media use has really boomed in India. Not only are about 30 million Indians (who are online) members of social networking sites but they have also started spending more time on these ...

Wikimedia Foundation launches Campus Ambassadors Program in Pune
First city outside the U.S. and first in India to host it

15 kg gold haul at Chennai airport
Four persons hailing from Karnataka arrested; seizure claimed to be the biggest in over a decade

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