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Chidambaram warns him of dire consequences
Hazare's ultimatum to Centre
NEW DELHI: After a day-long fast at the Rajghat on Wednesday against the police action on the Baba Ramdev-led demonstration against corruption, rights activist Anna Hazare threatened another indefinite fast if the government failed to ...
Mood upbeat at venue of Hazare's fast
Every speech haranguing government for crackdown on Ramlila grounds greeted with cheers
Ramdev getting RSS support: Chidambaram
NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Wednesday launched a scathing attack on yoga guru Baba Ramdev, accusing him of getting the full support of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and its front organisations in going ahead with his ...
Hazare camp opposes Ramdev's idea of armed wing
NEW DELHI: The Anna Hazare team of civil society members, who staged a daylong fast protesting against the police action on demonstrators on the Ramlila grounds on Sunday, were quick to oppose Baba Ramdev's declaration to arm his supporters to ...
Delhi High Court rejects Kanimozhi's bail plea
New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday rejected the bail petitions of DMK MP Kanimozhi and Kalaignar TV director Sharad Kumar, accused in the 2G spectrum allocation case. Justice Ajit Bharihoke of the Delhi High Court said: ...
“Kanimozhi was active brain behind Kalaignar TV”
New Delhi: Justice Ajit Bharihoke of the Delhi High Court, while rejecting bail to DMK MP Kanimozhi, said on Wednesday that the CBI probe into the 2G spectrum case revealed that she had close association with the accused and former ...
Maran issue: nothing for me to comment, says Karunanidhi
CHENNAI: Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) president and former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi on Wednesday said there was nothing for him to comment on the reports that investigating agencies were probing the role of Union Textiles ...
JPC has no plan to summon 2G accused
NEW DELHI: The Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC), which was set up to probe the irregularities in the implementation of the telecom policies between 1998 and 2009, has no plan, as of now, to summon the accused in the 2G spectrum allocation ...
Young tusker goes on the rampage in Elephant City
Straying from herd, the bull tears through Mysore, killing man and two head of cattle
12-member Chicago jury begins deliberations on Rana
Chicago: The 12-member jury of a federal court here on Wednesday held deliberations on Tahawwur Rana, charged with involvement in the Mumbai terror attacks, planning a similar strike in Denmark and providing material support to Pakistan-based ...
Online PF account details from July 1
Kolkata: The Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) on Wednesday said account details would be available online from July 1. “You can watch the account balance of your PF online from July 1,” Assistant PF Commissioner ...
Anti-corruption mood in the country: N. Ram
MADURAI: There is an anti-corruption mood in the country, which has to be channelised properly. This sentiment is on top of everybody's mind as despite so many scams breaking out, very little has been done in investigating them, according to ...
CIC directs Rajya Sabha to disclose MPs' commercial interests
“Such knowledge will help citizens keep a better watch on their representatives”
Yet another panel on black money
NEW DELHI: In an initiative of addressing the issue of black money, the Union government on Wednesday announced the setting up of a committee under the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) to not only trace tax defaulters but also make public ...
Death for 10 in Etah ‘honour killing' case
LUCKNOW: A trail court in Etah in Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday awarded the death sentence to 10 persons on the charge of murdering three persons, including a girl and her paramour, in a suspected case of honour killing. On the night of ...
Liability law no longer an obstacle to Russian reactor deal
Discussions with Russians on the net price for Kudankulam 3 & 4 are in final stages
Fast Attack Craft INS Kabra commissioned
Cost-effective, well suited for anti-smuggling operations
NATO cranks up air campaign in Libya
DUBAI: The NATO has markedly stepped up its aerial bombardment of Tripoli in a fresh effort to hasten the fall of the Qadhafi-regime, which refuses to throw in the towel despite a spate of recent defections. Since Tuesday morning, ...
Cairn-Vedanta deal hits Cabinet roadblock
Windies restricted to modest total
Amit Mishra scalps four as the host fails to capitalise on good start
Indian student among finalists at Google fair
HYDERABAD: “My aim is to develop an artificial brain by studying the electrical impulses found in the brain,” remarked 16-year-old Harine Ravichandran, the only Indian student among 15 global finalists at the Google Science Fair ...
Assembly passes special resolution seeking economic sanctions on Sri Lanka
It wants those behind civilian deaths declared as “war criminals”
Pointsman crushed to death as engine derails
CHENNAI: One person was crushed to death when a shunting engine derailed from the track and the train tipped over near the Korukkupet railway station on Wednesday afternoon. The victim, Ravikumar Pillai (55), a pointsman of Southern ...
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