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UPA government must go: Venkaiah
BANGALORE: Bharatiya Janata Party senior leader M. Venkaiah Naidu on Friday said the sooner the UPA government goes and early elections are held for the Lok Sabha the better. “The government at the Centre is paralysed as the UPA ...
Manekshaw led by example: Pratibha
NEW DELHI: In a rare gesture, the government accorded a State funeral to Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw even as President Pratibha Patil led the nation in paying tributes to the highly decorated officer. Minister of State for Defence Pallam Raju ...
BJP warns of backlash
BANGALORE: The BJP on Friday warned that there would be a backlash throughout the country if the Jammu and Kashmir government went back on its decision to allot land for the Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board. Party leader M. Venkaiah Naidu ...
Don’t treat suicide bid as offence: law panel
New Delhi: An attempt to commit suicide must not be treated as an offence under the Indian Penal Code, and a person suffering to live must have a “right to die,” the Law Commission has suggested. It favours deletion of Section 309, ...
“Don’t vacillate on land allotment”
NEW DELHI: The BJP on Friday sought Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s intervention in ending the stalemate in Jammu and Kashmir over land allocation for Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board. In a letter to Dr. Singh, BJP president Rajnath ...
Cyriac Joseph, Supreme Court judge
New Delhi: The President on Friday appointed Karnataka High Court Chief Justice Cyriac Joseph judge of the Supreme Court. With this appointment, the strength of judges in the apex court has gone up to 24 against the sanctioned ...
Protests continue in Kashmir Valley
SRINAGAR: As the general strike against the transfer of forest land to the Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board (SASB) entered the fifth day, thousands took to the streets on Friday demanding immediate revocation of the order. Apart from a few ...
Police foil bid to break wall at Singur
KOLKATA: The police on Friday foiled an attempt by some farmers to demolish the wall around the Tata Motors’ project at Singur in West Bengal. The incident coincided with the first visit of Ravi Kant, Tata Motors’ Managing ...
Ends life thinking she failed in exams
PUNE: Unable to trace her examination number in the list of successful candidates put on the internet by the Maharashtra SSC Board, a frustrated 15-year-old 10th standard student ended her life by setting herself ablaze on Thursday. A ...
Puducherry Chief Minister denies rumours of his resignation
PUDUCHERRY: Chief Minister N. Rangasamy on Friday set at rest rumours of his continuance in office, even as violent protests were witnessed in different parts of Puducherry in the wake of reports that he had decided to quit. High drama ...
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