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Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru hanged and buried inside Tihar jail

Updated: 9 February 2013, Saturday, 13.40hrs (IST)
Afzal Guru, Jaish-e-Mohammad militant convicted in the audacious attack on Parliament in 2001, was on Saturday hanged in Tihar Jail in an operation shrouded in secrecy, five ...   | Read..
 

Hurriyat calls for four-day mourning

Updated: 9 February 2013, Saturday, 14.25hrs (IST)
Moderate Hurriyat Conference led by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Saturday announced four-day mourning on the death of Mohammad Afzal Guru, who was hanged this morning following his...   | Read..
 

Slash operational costs to reduce interest rates: Chidambaram to banks

Updated: 9 February 2013, Saturday, 18.25hrs (IST)
Stating that low interest rates spur economic growth, Finance Minister P Chidambaram today asked banks to improve their operational efficiency to bring dow...   | Read..
 

Law officer quits, police officer shifted

Anindya Mitra, a renowned lawyer and one of the first proven professionals to be roped in by the new government, has resigned as advocate-general of Bengal....   | Read..
 

ALL THE WORLD’S A JATRA STAGE…

Mamata Banerjee at the inauguration of the Jatra Utsav in an open field in Barasat, 25km from CalcuttaMamata sits in front of the dais, wrapping herself in a kantha stitch sto...   | Read..
 

Frying-pan slot for Sen

Damayanti Sen, the police officer who hit the headlines when the Park Street rape case was cracked, has been transferred to the hills as deputy inspector-general, Darjeel...   | Read..
 

EU sups with Modi

The prospect of Narendra Modi’s quickened surge to the national centrestage has compelled the European Union (EU) nations to dissolve their cold shoulder to the Gujarat...   | Read..
 

Education in a mess in Manipur: Report

Tripura has the highest number of children going to government schools while Manipur has the highest number of kids in private schools among Northeast states, according to th...   | Read..
 

Ministry eases dam rules

The Union ministry of environment and forests has gone back on its recommendation of completing cumulative impact assessment before clearing hydroelectric projects on the...   | Read..
 

Former minister faces arrest

The vigilance court today issued a non-bailable arrest warrant against former agriculture minister Nalin Soren for allegedly misusing state funds sanctioned to purchase s...   | Read..
 

Governor nixes youth panel, snub for Munda

Governor Syed Ahmed today dissolved a nascent Jharkhand State Youth Commission that had been formed by the Arjun Munda government after virtually losing majority and just...   | Read..
 
Law officer quits, police officer shifted
 
 
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What is the point in passing orders in a country where there is no work culture?
A.K. Mishra
Chief justice, Calcutta HC
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