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Supreme Court rejects Gujarat government’s plea of election rhetoric
Election Commission’s translation of Modi’s speech read out in court
NEW DELHI: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s election campaign speech at Mangrol in Surat district on December 4 has generated a national controversy. The subject was the killing of Sohrabuddin. On May 3 this year, the ...
Bad light comes to Pakistan’s rescue
Kumble takes five wickets in the final session; rare feat eludes Ganguly
Spectrum: PM for equitable allocation
NEW DELHI: Even as the war over spectrum allocation norms persists, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday favoured a “transparent and equitable” allocation of spectrum to ensure that it does not create any barriers for new ...
Advani ‘surprised’ at PM’s remarks
New Delhi: Expressing surprise over Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s comments on him, senior BJP leader L.K. Advani on Wednesday said it showed that Congress cannot “compete with” Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi. ...
Search on for father of accused in Gurgaon school shooting case
Has been charged under Section 27 of the Arms Act
What Narendra Modi said in his election speech at Mangrol on December 4
NEW DELHI: This is a transcript of the controversial portion of the election speech made by Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi at Vakal, Tal Mangrol, Surat district, on December 4. The original speech was in Gujarati and this ...
Climate change: talks for post-2012 accord stalled
United Nations Convention delegates disagree on basic reference points
Range of ballistic missiles to be improved
More tests required for Agni-III: Saraswat
GoM told to prepare road map on spectrum allocation
Replicate telecom success story in rural areas: Prime Minister
England battling hard
COLOMBO: As that good old fable spinner Aesop forecast all those years ago, sometimes the tortoise catches the hare, and so it proved at the SSC on the fourth day of the second Test when England, battling hard, showed its high place in the ...
A moment to savour: Kumble
Shoaib Malik terms the series a competitive one
BILLIARDS & SNOOKER
Memorable day for Shoaib
HYDERABAD: For 17-year-old Shoaib Khan from West Bengal, it was an evening to remember. Making his maiden final appearance, Shoaib got the better of Ruvin d’Souza 46-56, 52-69, 54-41, 42-21, 48-44 to clinch the sub-juniors’ snooker ...
England’s determination to the fore
Barker takes his side to victory in the deciding rubber
NCP: Pawar qualified to become Prime Minister
MUMBAI: The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) said here Wednesday that its founder and president, Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar, had all leadership qualities to become the Prime Minister. General secretary of the party Tariq ...
Hindraf leader gets bail
SINGAPORE: Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) leader P. Uthayakumar was on Wednesday freed on police bail in a “sedition” case in Kuala Lumpur, while the multi-racial Opposition denounced the “ongoing crackdown on political ...
Qadhafi, a difficult guest for France
Lebanese General assassinated
Hand of Islamist militants suspected in the attack
Muslim party quits Rajapaksa regime
COLOMBO: Three days before the third and final reading of the 2008 budget is to come up in Parliament for voting, the Sri Lanka Muslim Congress (SLMC) withdrew its support to the Mahinda Rajapaksa government and pulled out its four ...
No auctioning of 2G spectrum to new players
$20 b will be invested in IT, telecom sectors by 2010
IT: need for more gender equality
Male-female ratio will improve by early 2008, says Kiran Karnik
Vikram Pandit is new CEO of Citigroup
WASHINGTON: India-born Vikram Pandit has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Citigroup, the world’s largest financial services organisation, with immediate effect. The appointment of the 50-year-old Mr. Pandit, who has also ...
Court case delays escalator bridge project
CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation’s plans to construct foot overbridges with escalators are delayed due to a case pertaining to commercial hoardings pending before the Supreme Court. The Corporation had announced that it would ...
Incentive of Rs. 50 a quintal for paddy
Procurement prices for Grade ‘A’ and common varieties will be Rs. 825, Rs. 795
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