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Statute shadow on state carrot bill

Questions of constitutional propriety have cropped up after a bill was passed today to modify a British era law and arm the Bengal chief minister with the power to appoint MLAs as parliamentary secretaries enjoying the status of ministers of state....   | Read..
 

Consent balm but heat on halfway projects

A revised land acquisition bill approved by the Union cabinet today has taken some and given some to most stakeholders, including industry....   | Read..
 

Modi’s Target 150 & hurdles

The man on the make-shift stage shouts: “Dekho, dekho, dekho kaun aaya hai. Gujarat ka sher aaya hai (look, look, look who is here. The Lion of Gujarat has a...   | Read..
 

Gypsy roots to Doms

A genetic study has for the first time traced the origins of Europe’s gypsy populations to the ancestors of today’s Doms, a Dalit sub-caste in India....   | Read..
 

ST status plea for tea tribes

A ruling Congress legislator today expressed fears that denying Scheduled Tribe (ST) status to the tea tribe community in Assam may turn the tea garden areas of the state int...   | Read..
 

Goons thrash forest officials

Three forest officials were today beaten up and held hostage for over an hour by men working for a stone crushing unit when they visited the site to probe complaints of i...   | Read..
 

SC grants bail to ex-ministers

The Supreme Court today granted bail to former Jharkhand ministers Anosh Ekka and Hari Narayan Rai for four months, but asked them to stay away from Ranchi during trial in c...   | Read..
 
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Sting for SP parivar, straw for UPA
The Supreme Court today directed the CBI to proceed with the preliminary assets probe against Uttar...   | Read.. 
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Land deadline met but not distance
The Mamata Banerjee government has offered land in Bankura, Purulia or Birbhum for a Rs 6,000-crore ...   | Read.. 
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Money alone can't buy industrial plot
The Bengal government has unveiled a policy to auction state agencies' plots to industry but includ...   | Read.. 
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Clean-up act after election
Patna University students and officials have abided by the Lyngdoh Committee recommendations for the...   | Read.. 
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Teacher job test stalled
Calcutta High Court today stayed the primary teacher recruitment test and told the government to ex...   | Read.. 
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Doubts and manoeuvres
The presidential poll in the United States of America is over, the nation's leadership for the next ...   | Read.. 
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England let off the hook
Kevin Pietersen must be more upset with himself than his team.   | Read.. 
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CIA torture portrayal in film renews debate
Even before its official release, Zero Dark Thirty, the new movie about the hunt for Osama bin Lade...   | Read.. 
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Triple tonic for reforms
The Union cabinet today approved a plan to set up an investment board that would monitor and advise...   | Read.. 
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College adults miss voter roll-call
Catch 'em sharp before you catch 'em young.   | Read.. 
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Talks with Bangla to stem influx
The Centre will hold parleys with Bangladesh for formulating a policy for easy deportation of Bangl...   | Read.. 
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Move to privatise facilities opposed
A protest was staged on the premises of Capital Hospital today by SUCI workers, students and intel...   | Read..