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Moily spills gas cap sop, EC blocks it

The Centre has let slip that the number of subsidised LPG cylinders will be raised to nine from six a year, the much-speculated declaration of intent coming almost on the eve of the Gujarat elections and earning the wrath of the Election Commission....   | Read..
 

Attack on Modi rides on Nano

Rahul Gandhi today questioned the benefits of Narendra Modi’s industrialisation drive in the Nano’s home, flagging the project shifted from Bengal’s Sin...   | Read..
 

Centre agrees to Walmart ‘lobbying’ probe

The government today agreed to order an inquiry into allegations that retail giant Walmart spent millions of dollars on lobbying to enter Indian markets, but differences ...   | Read..
 

Quake ‘scaremonger’ shut out

An American seismologist highly-rated in geological circles but labelled by some as a “scaremongerer” has said that the Indian government has, under the influ...   | Read..
 

BCCL scraps Bengal mine plan

A land agitation has forced Bharat Coking Coal Ltd (BCCL) to scrap a mining project near Asansol and explore options in neighbouring Jharkhand....   | Read..
 
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Silent K and silent on K

At 84, Keshubhai Patel doesn’t picture himself as a lion in winter....   | Read..

Storm over Midnight stalls second show

Tension ran high in the Congress in Kerala a day after Midnight’s Children had its...   | Read..
 

Scrap question hour, says Ansari

Rajya Sabha chairman Hamid Ansari today suggested that question hour be “dispensed with altogether” after Op...   | Read..

Govt stuck in quota bill cleft

The Centre is groping for a strategy to break the deadlock in the Rajya Sabha over the passage of amendments to allow qu...   | Read..

Kargil hero kin petitions UN for justice

The family of slain Indian Army officer, Captain Saurabh Kalia, has petitioned the United Nations High Commissioner for ...   | Read..