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Sunday , March 14 , 2010
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Accountability fear in quota seat rotation
The rotation of reserved seats in the Lok Sabha and Assemblies under the women’s bill could reduce the accountability of individual MPs and MLAs to their electorate, public policy experts have cautioned. ...  | Read.. 
Panel glare on Vedanta project
A government panel has indicated that the multi-billion dollar mining giant Vedanta has breached tribal rights and violated environmental regulations at its Rs 50,000-crore p ...  | Read.. 
Clueless cops blame Pune bakery staff
A month after the Pune blast, the police, with little headway to show, have blamed the “utter negligence” of German Bakery staff for the terror strike that kill ...  | Read.. 
Cleric comment on women stirs protest
A senior Shia cleric has touched off a row in the context of the women’s reservation bill by saying that women should be good mothers of leaders instead of trying to ...  | Read.. 
Search for Maoist booty
Police have launched aerial and ground combing operations in the densely forested areas near the Maharashtra-Chhattisgarh border to trace a large quantity of ammonium nit ...  | Read.. 
The wife of Arif Hussain Bhat, a special police officer killed by unidentified gunmen near his home on Friday night, breaks down at his funeral in Sri ...  | Read
Scarf ban on girls sparks love-buster buzz
The city is taking lessons from the French. ..  | Read.. 
Cong duo in Karuna cart
If coalition politics is a journey, the preferred mode of transport, at least in Tamil Nadu, is..  | Read.. 
Biggest Naxalite surrender in Orissa
Sixteen Naxalites surrendered in Gajapati district toda ...  | Read.. 

Gunfight in Delhi
Three men allegedly planning to rob a money exchanger w ...  | Read.. 

Killer mom sympathy
Delhi High Court has recommended government pardon for ...  | Read.. 

Cambridge course for khaki
Giving a suspect a good thrashing to extract a confession i ...  | Read..