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Thursday , September 20 , 2012
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P stands for protest, not always for poll

The Samajwadi Party is trapped in a heart versus head dilemma over continuing support to the UPA government....   | Read..

Don’t give in to Didi’s diktat, industry pleads with govt

Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, chairman and managing director at Biocon, was not surprised Mamata was “playing the poverty card” again....   | Read..

DMK rules out UPA exit

The DMK today ruled out following Mamata Banerjee and quitting the UPA over the diesel price hike or FDI in multi-brand retail although it opposes both decisions....   | Read..

Calcutta hotline to China for border peace

Fifty years after the war, the militaries of India and China are setting new ring tones. ...   | Read..

JNU food fest order

Delhi High Court today directed Jawaharlal Nehru University authorities and police to ensure that no beef and pork festival is held on the varsity campus....   | Read..
Mulayam Singh Yadav
P stands for protest, not always for poll
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Karat tells govt to go but he’s topple-shy

CPM general secretary Prakash Karat today said the UPA government had no right to continue in offic...   | Read..

Rivals in unlikely symphony on American stage

For Manish Tewari and Rajiv Pratap Rudy, spokespersons respectively of the Congress and the BJP ...   | Read..

Nail polish remover bottle ban

The Union health ministry has banned the sale of nail polish removers, ink erasers and other intoxicating inhalants in b...   | Read..

CRPF tenure litmus test

A home ministry proposal to “re-employ” CRPF director-general K. Vijay Kumar appears to have hit a hurdle in...   | Read..