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Thursday , May 10 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Talk about work, Sonia tells party

Sonia Gandhi’s concern over the Congress failure to win the perception war came to the fore again today when she implored MPs to forcefully counter the propaganda against the party and the Manmohan Singh government....   | Read..

Dowry law glare on gifts

Watch it, all you people who give or accept dowry....   | Read..

Doctors told to report all tuberculosis patients to govt

Doctors across India who encounter patients with tuberculosis will have to disclose the identity, age, sex, and address of each patient to local health authorities under an o...   | Read..

Centre plans hostage dos and don’ts

The Centre will next week send nine Maoist-affected states a list of dos and don’ts in a hostage situation as part of consultations for a uniform hostage policy....   | Read..

Gowda cribs, Yeddy rebels react

The BJP seems to be slipping back into trouble in Karnataka with a group of MLAs led by B.S. Yeddyurappa calling for an emergency party meet after the chief minister comp...   | Read..
Perception war agony
Talk about work, Sonia tells party
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Hurriyat row on UN stand

A senior Hurriyat leader’s remark that the UN resolutions on Kashmir could not be practic...   | Read..

‘Captain’ Raja moves for bail

A. Raja has stuck to his word....   | Read..

Close shave for 120 on Leh flight

Around 120 passengers on board an Air India plane had a close shave after its pilot noticed one of its two engines was n...   | Read..

Dimple for Akhilesh LS seat

Dimple Yadav is expected to contest the Kannauj Lok Sabha seat her husband Akhilesh Yadav vacated af...   | Read..

Hindus in Pakistan

India will convey its concerns over recent atrocities against Hindus in Pakistan, the Centre told the Lok Sabha today wh...   | Read..

Bumper wheat sparks joust over Bengal jute

The wheat has to be saved, so joust over jute....   | Read..

CRPF for Parliament security

An elite unit of the CRPF will take over the security of Parliament, now protected by the central force and other agenci...   | Read..