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Friday, January 12, 2007
No unlimited power for Parliament to enact laws at will: Supreme Court
If changes by amendments destroy identity of Constitution, such amendments will be void
Reduce prices of fuel further: Prakash Karat
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) has demanded a further cut in petroleum product prices in view of the fall in oil prices in the international market. Party general secretary Prakash Karat said here that there was a ...
Not a solution: Karunanidhi
CHENNAI: Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi said here on Thursday that the ruling of the nine-judge Constitutional Bench of the Supreme Court on reservations was not a solution to the problem. Noting that the court had set up a three-judge ...
Judgment reiterates right to judicial review: Bhardwaj
BJP says it will have a `stabilising effect' on polity
Fernandes backs Samata revival
Jaya Jaitly attends resurgence meet
Medha plans legal action against Bose
KOLKATA: Social activist Medha Patkar is contemplating legal action against Biman Bose, Chairman of the Left Front Committee, for his "false" remarks against her. Ms. Patkar has taken exception to Mr. Bose's statement, made to the media on ...
Court declines to modify directions on police reforms
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed the applications filed by States seeking a review or modification of its September 22, 2006 directions on implementation of police reforms. A Bench comprising Chief Justice Y.K. Sabharwal and ...
Walk out of peace meet
KOLKATA: Attempts to restore peace in Nandigram of West Bengal's Purbo Medinipur district suffered a setback on Thursday. Representatives of political parties and groupings opposed to the acquisition of farmland for the proposed Special Economic ...
Magistrate Court restrained in Mahajan case
NEW DELHI: : The Delhi High Court on Thursday restrained an Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (ACMM) court here from conducting proceedings, till further orders, against six doctors and seven non-medical staff of the Apollo Hospital ...
749 killed in naxalite conflict last year, says report
Salwa Judum campaign criticised for human rights violations; Ministry for developing areas suggested
Pakistan may authenticate Siachen ground positions
Indian officials see change in Islamabad's approach
A cruise down Hooghly for history buffs
Jaunt to focus on remnants of European architecture on riverbank
Naga faction slams Muivah
"Muivah failed to get appointment with Manmohan"
Mulayam sees "conspiracy"
Raj Bhavan has "exceeded" its brief
NSCN (K) kills NSCN (I-M) man
IMPHAL: Following fresh attacks against the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Isak-Muivah) insurgents by cadres of the NSCN (K), security measures have been tightened in Manipur and Nagaland where the outfits have strong bases. Official ...
BJP seeks security for migrant labourers in Assam
NEW DELHI: : A delegation of the Bharatiya Janata Party members of Parliament from Bihar, led by the State unit president Radha Mohan Singh, on Thursday met Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil and sought adequate security for migrant labourers in ...
Nod for Rampur project
NEW DELHI: : In a significant step aimed at boosting power production in the electricity-starved northern region of the country, the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs on Thursday approved the setting up of the 412 MW Rampur hydro-electric ...
Scuffle between two judges
AHMEDABAD: In an unusual incident, two senior judges of the Gujarat High Court had a scuffle on Thursday over a personal matter, court sources said. The scuffle took place between Justice B.J. Sethna and Justice P.B. Majumdar. The Acting ...
Proceedings against Apollo doctors stayed
NEW DELHI: : The Delhi High Court on Thursday restrained an Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (ACMM) court here from conducting proceedings till further orders against six doctors and seven non-medical staff members of the Apollo Hospital ...
Ordinance to amend Banking Regulation Act
NEW DELHI: The Union Cabinet on Thursday approved an Ordinance to amend the Banking Regulation Act, 1949, besides giving its nod for introduction of the Banking (Amendment) Bill, 2005 in Parliament. With a view to managing the pressure on ...
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