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Wednesday , November 17 , 2010
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Lunch can’t break House logjam
Pranab Mukherjee failed to break the stalemate in Parliament today, with most Opposition parties, led by the BJP and the Samajwadi Party, insisting on a joint parliamentary committee probe into the three “scams” of the moment: the Commonwealth Games, Adarsh society and the 2G spectrum ...  | Read.. 
HC glare on Roy hubby house
Writer-activist Arundhati Roy’s house in hill resort Panchmarhi is under threat following the rejection of an appeal in Madhya Pradesh High Court. ...  | Read.. 
Veto on Vedanta varsity land
Orissa High Court today quashed the land acquisition for a proposed university of the Vedanta group near Puri and directed that the acquired land be restored to their ori ...  | Read.. 
Delhi building owner held
Amrit Pal Singh, 58, owner of the unauthorised east Delhi building that collapsed last night killing 66 people, had been to jail several times on charges ranging from for ...  | Read.. 
Adarsh action
Maharashtra deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar today said action would be initiated against bureaucrats alleged to have played a role in the Adarsh Housing Society scam. ...  | Read.. 
Leader of the Opposition Sushma Swaraj with Pranab Mukherjee in
Parliament on Tuesday. (PTI)
Lunch can’t break House logjam
Rolls Royce ride ends 37-year wait for royal bride
The grape-coloured Rolls Royce Phantom II has rolled out the gates of Jodhpur’s majestic U..  | Read.. 
Court glare on PM telecom ‘silence’
The Supreme Court today questioned the Prime Minister’s “silence” and “alle..  | Read.. 
For China to chew on, a ‘stateless’ Tibet
New Delhi’s official position on Tibet may be that ...  | Read.. 

Catch more fish but don’t cheer warmth
Global warming may raise India’s catch of mackerel and ...  | Read.. 

Trinamul tightrope
Mamata Banerjee’s party today did not join the Con ...  | Read..