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Tuesday , September 4 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Harass shield covers maids & athletes

Not just women office employees but also women clients, sportswomen at games and training, and household maids will soon be able to seek legal redress for sexual harassment....   | Read..

Science schools plot a PhD explosion

Premier Indian science and technology institutions plan to offer a bouquet of incentives from next year to lure bright undergraduates into PhD programmes to try and buttr...   | Read..

Ticket stick for railways

The Indian Railways has been asked by a consumer forum to pay Rs 10,459 to a 73-year-old man for issuing him a ticket for a wrong date. ...   | Read..

Land bill gets ‘Cong agenda’ immunity

Union minister Jairam Ramesh today described the proposed land acquisition bill as the “political agenda” of the Congress and said it would be reintroduced in...   | Read..

Kasab counsel decline fees

The Supreme Court-appointed defence lawyers for Ajmal Kasab have declined to accept payment and asked that the money be used to provide legal aid to poor litigants....   | Read..
Land bill gets ‘Cong agenda’ immunity
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‘Silence’ punch at PM

The BJP today sharpened its attack against the Prime Minister and patted itself for the “...   | Read..

Centre widens coal review to NDA regime

The government today toughened its stand on the coal stand-off by not only rejecting all the de...   | Read..

Cauvery rap for PMO

The Supreme Court today rapped the Prime Minister’s Office for dragging its feet on calling a meeting of the Cauve...   | Read..

Babus beat back ‘Hitler’

The owners of the Ahmedabad menswear shop “Hitler” agreed to change the name today after Israeli consul-gene...   | Read..

Congress shies off Sahay

Union tourism minister Subodh Kant Sahay appears to be in trouble over the coal allocation controversy....   | Read..

Live-wire death as rains lash Mumbai

Incessant rain lashed Mumbai and its suburbs today, flooding low-lying areas and hitting normal life as waterlogged stre...   | Read..

Lover goes on killing spree

An enraged youth today went on a shooting spree gunning down four persons, including his lover, before killing himself as sh...   | Read..

AIIMS clone bill hits Left hurdle

The government’s attempts to push through a bill to set up AIIMS-like institutions in the country failed today with Le...   | Read..

Tussle brews in MP Cong

A keen battle of supremacy between Jyotiraditya Scindia and Digvijaya Singh is unfolding in the Madhya Pradesh Congress....   | Read..

Setu project

The Supreme Court today gave the government six more weeks to make its stand clear on the controversial Sethusamudram projec...   | Read..

Jaya ammo for Lanka zealots

The competitive anti-Lanka politics between the AIADMK and the DMK has not only strained India’s diplomatic relati...   | Read..