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‘BJP’s unilateralism to blame’
They refused to enter into a healthy dialogue, says Deve Gowda
President’s Rule again in Karnataka
proclamation will be placed before Parliament on Wednesday for its approval: Dasmunsi
NACIL likely to augment domestic services
Working on a draft to review fleet strategy for six years post-2011
Tax arrears to be collected
KOCHI: Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan has said that the State government will take steps to collect tax arrears of about Rs. 8,000 crore from lottery operators. Speaking after inaugurating the “From Walayar to Ernakulam” ...
Nandigram: “split among intelligentsia unfortunate”
KOLKATA: Film actor and Padma Bhushan awardee Soumitra Chattopadhyay on Tuesday described as “unfortunate” the schism within the West Bengal intelligentsia over Nandigram and attributed it to “some kind of mechanism that is ...
Buddhadeb: I share PM’s concern
KOLKATA: West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee on Tuesday said that he was in agreement with the Prime Minister’s remarks on the need for restoring normality in the Nandigram area and shared his concern over the recent ...
Help implement Right to Education, Sonia asks States
She expresses concern over high dropout rates
Partial victory for families
Many not satisfied with the verdict
Exercise restraint, Ronen Sen told
Panel to submit report to Hamid Ansari on November 26
London Mayor travels on Metro
NEW DELHI: London Mayor Ken Livingstone, who is on a visit to the city, travelled on the Delhi Metro on Tuesday. Accompanied by Managing Director of the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation E. Sreedharan, Mr. Livingstone travelled from Central ...
Denied ticket, BJP MLA resigns
AHMEDABAD: The Bhartiya Janata Party MLA from Wadhwan in Surendranagar district, Dhanraj Kella, on Tuesday resigned in protest against the party denying him ticket in the coming polls. Mr. Kella submitted his resignation to the ...
Return to your homes: CPI(M)
Kolkata: Reiterating its call to the people of Nandigram to return, secretary of the State committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) Biman Bose said the party would not prevent anyone from going back home. “Those who have ...
Release of life convicts after 14 years not automatic, Centre tells apex court
New Delhi: Completion of 14 years in prison by itself will not entitle a life convict to automatic release from prison, the Centre informed the Supreme Court on Tuesday. Presenting its policy and guidelines, the Centre said it was the ...
Manipur militant killed in encounter
IMPHAL: A member of the proscribed People’s Liberation Army was killed in an encounter on Tuesday morning at Nganukom in Bishunpur district of Manipur. Police said when some youths were asked to stop, they opened fire. There was ...
Public-private route for U.P infrastructure
NEW DELHI: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Tuesday said her government would partner with the private sector to develop infrastructure. Constrained by limited resources at its disposal, the government could not take up ...
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