Times of India,Sonia Gandhi today asked what the BJP-led NDA government was doing on the issue of black money when LK Advani was the deputy prime minister and home minister at that time. (TOI photo) PANAJI: Targetting the BJP for campaigning against the UPA ...,-,
Hindustan Times,Activists hold placards during an anti-nuclear protest at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi. Various organisations held a protest to demand the scrapping of nuclear projects which are endangering the safety and livelihood of people.,
NDTV,PTI, Updated: February 25, 2012 18:20 IST Kochi: A Special Investigation Team (SIT) of Kerala Police today began the search and ballistic examination of weapons on board the oil tanker Enrica Lexie in the presence of Italian experts who arrived here on ...,-,
Zee News,Bangalore: External Affairs Minister SM Krishna on Saturday sought to mock at the affairs of ruling BJP and its government in Karnataka, likening it to an "all-out" cricket team. BJP is in a "miserable position", Krishna, a former Karnataka chief ...,
Economic Times,JAMMU: Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah said his state's policy of rehabilitation of youths, who have crossed over the Line of Control for militant training, "does not suit" Pakistan and they may "sabotage" it. "Reality is that Cross-LoC ...
India Today,People inspect the damage caused by an avalanche in Ramwari, over 70 kilometers away from Srinagar. The Indian Army on Saturday said the fencing along the Line of Control (LoC) was severely damaged in heavy snowfall this year as it also paid tributes ...,
Hindustan Times,PTI Asking the government to keep implementation of National Counter-Terrorism Centre (NCTC) in abeyance, BJP on Saturday demanded that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh immediately convene a meeting of chief ministers to discuss the contentious issue ...,-,
Daily News & Analysis,Ruling JD(U) in Bihar on Saturday took a dig at Press Council of India (PCI) chairman Markandey Katju's remarks about freedom of press being under attack in the state and alleged that he had made such remarks to hog the headlines in newspapers.,-,
Hindustan Times,PTI The Lokayukta police on Saturday filed an FIR against former Karnataka chief minister BS Yeddyurappa in connection with an alleged case of cheating in a land allotment scam. FIR was filed against the senior BJP leader under sections 420 (Cheating), ...,-,
Economic Times,CHENNAI: The People's Movement Against Nuclear Energy, leading the protest against the Koodankulam Nuclear Power Plant, today threatened to sue the Prime Minister's Office for linking the stir to foreign funding. Speaking to reporters here, ...,
Hindustan Times,The Indian army on Saturday paid homage to 16 soldiers, who lost their lives, after a massive avalanche struck Jammu and Kashmir. The army post of Sonmarg was severely hit along with Gurez, where another 14 soldiers were killed in the snow-propelled ...,
Daily News & Analysis,Place: Gaya | Agency: PTI Press Council of India Chairman Justice (Retd) Markandey Katju today said he was not worried about controversies over his statements and would act after receiving feedback about the freedom of the press in Bihar.,-,
India Today,Press Council of India (PCI) chairman Markandey Katju said on Friday that there was no press freedom in Bihar while this was not the case when Lalu Prasad was the chief minister. "I heard that there is improvement in law and order in Bihar under (Chief ...,
Hindustan Times,PTI The Congress on Friday said the crisis in BJP's Karnataka unit showed that its central leadership was "afraid" of former chief minister BS Yeddyurappa who wants to be reinstated there by February 27. after much embarrassment, is afraid of him," ...
Hindustan Times,PTI "The Commission is, prima facie, satisfied that Shri Sriprakash Jaiswal, by making th aforesaid uncalled for statement has attempted to threaten the voters of districts going for poll in 6th and 7th phases either to vote for his party ie INC, ...,
Times of India,PATNA: Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Friday directed Director General of Police Abhayanand and the state home department to find out details of the alleged encounter in Chennai in which four persons from the state were shot dead by the police.
Economic Times,NOIDA: Rahul Gandhi today accused the non-Congress governments in Uttar Pradesh headed by BJP, SP and BSP of "minting money" from Noida, which he said was a brainchild of Congress. "Noida was the vision of Congress and the city was conceptualised by ...
Economic Times,NEW DELHI: American NGOs fund the protests that hold India back from building the nuclear reactors it needs to meet fast-growing energy needs, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said in an interview published in Science magazine on Friday.,-,
Times of India,NEW YORK: A day after a US judge recommended nearly USD 1.5 million to an Indian maid for the "barbaric treatment" by an Indian diplomat and her husband, the woman's lawyer today said he plans to go after the couple's assets as he asked New Delhi to ...
IBNLive.com,PTI New Delhi: The Narendra Modi government was rapped by the Supreme Court on Friday for bypassing it on the appointment of new chairman of the monitoring authority which is looking into the investigations of 22 encounter killings between 2002 to 2006 ...,
Times of India,Karnataka BJP strongman BS Yeddyurappa is believed to have felt let down by the party's central leadership as it resisted his pressure to reinstate him as chief minister, apparently leaving him "seething in anger". BANGALORE: Karnataka BJP strongman BS ...
Times of India,NEW DELHI: Press Council of India chairman Justice Markandey Katju said on Friday that the Nitish Kumar-led Bihar government harassed the media if they wrote against it. Katju said the information he had gathered about the media in Bihar was "not good" ...
Hindustan Times,PTI Vinod Kumar, Vinay Prasad, Abhay Kumar, Harish Kumar and Chandri Khare allegedly involved in two bank robberies were shot dead in an encounter at suburban Velacherry in Chennai. The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Friday issued notices ...
Economic Times,LUCKNOW: Congress would prefer to sit in the opposition in case it fell short of numbers in the election to the Uttar Pradesh assembly than supporting any other party, senior leader Digvijay Singh has said. He also raised questions over the possibility ...,-,
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