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Friday , November 19 , 2010
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Yeddy puzzle in spectrum battle
The BJP is unlikely to immediately ask the land scandal-singed B.S. Yeddyurappa to resign, though some believe his continuance as Karnataka chief minister has given the Congress a weapon to undermine the party’s “anti-corruption” campaign against the Centre. ...  | Read.. 
Pam time relief for Boss
Pamela Anderson will keep her date with prime time as a court has permitted the channel beaming Bigg Boss 4 to telecast the show at 9pm till Sunday. ...  | Read.. 
Fire in Bandra business nest
A fire spread up the electrical wiring to the top of a nine-storey commercial building in Mumbai’s Bandra this afternoon, but timely evacuation ensured that no one i ...  | Read.. 
Delhi, Mumbai on 26/11 alert
Mumbai and Delhi could be targeted by the Lashkar-e-Toiba and a Kashmiri militant group around the second anniversary of 26/11, inputs from a foreign intelligence agency ...  | Read.. 
SP’s forked support
The Samajwadi Party today said the Prime Minister “was answerable to the Lok Sabha and not the Supreme Court” on the spectrum row, the apparent defence coming m ...  | Read.. 
Karnataka chief minister BS Yeddyurappa with two girls at an event on Wednesday in Mangalore where he distributed saris under a welfare scheme. (PTI)
Political vows at marriage
The messenger was as important as the message he conveyed — the choice of Pranab Mukherjee to r..  | Read.. 
Power wedding, not a peek
Fireworks lit up the sky above Jaipur’s Rambagh Palace around 7.30pm today, signalling tha..  | Read.. 
Mamata meets and assures PM
Mamata Banerjee today met the Prime Minister and assure ...  | Read.. 

Court seeks affidavit on behalf of PM
The Supreme Court today sought an affidavit on the Prim ...  | Read..