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‘Why didn't Mamata call for rollback?'
KOLKATA: Announcing plans to launch an intensive campaign against the latest increase in fuel prices announced by the Centre, Communist Party of India (Marxist) Polit Bureau member and West Bengal Left Front Committee chairman Biman Bose said ...
Akhil Gogoi remanded in judicial custody
Police directed to admit him in hospital
Minister, realtor in a fracas
Over illegal constructions in Kolkata's Tiljala area
Adarsh maps not missing: advocate
Mumbai: Senior advocate for the government of Maharashtra on Saturday refuted media reports that certain important maps and survey sheets related to Adarsh society had gone missing from the city's land records office. A section of the ...
CBI may go into complaint against Ramdev aide
NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is likely to register a preliminary enquiry (PE) soon against Balakrishna, a close aide of yoga guru Ramdev, for allegedly using forged documents to acquire multiple passports. CBI ...
Implementation of IAP scheme in 60 districts in full swing
About 66,500 projects taken up, 17,000 already completed
New scheme to train young advocates
NEW DELHI: The Union Law Ministry has launched a scheme to train young advocates practising in Magistrate and Munsif courts. The objective of the programme is to motivate them to continue their practice at the grass root level. According ...
Gowda alleges bias in development
The Janata Dal (S) supremo will begin an indefinite dharna today
UPA favouring private players in oil sector, says Joshi
Proposal to declare publishing a priority sector
NEW DELHI: Aimed at promoting the habit of reading books among people of all age groups, especially women and children, the Centre proposes to recognise publishing as a small scale industry or a priority sector. This will help books receive ...
Enhance life term to death in Godhra case, says Gujarat
AHMEDABAD: The State government has moved an appeal in the Gujarat High Court demanding enhanced punishment to the guilty in the Godhra train carnage and re-trial of those acquitted by the trial court. The government demanded that 20 ...
NCPCR seeks report on genitoplasty in Indore
NEW DELHI: Taking cognisance of a newspaper report about several hospitals and clinics in Indore performing surgeries on baby girls to change their sex, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) has asked the State ...
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