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Advani to party: Be clean, secular

L.K. Advani today warned the BJP that it could not hope to replace the Congress at the Centre unless it emerged as a “credible” alternative that brooked no corruption in its ranks and stopped speaking in “multiple” voices....   | Read..
 

India gets a lead role in Afghanistan, on UN stage

Under the cover of the United Nations General Assembly, India is tackling what could become the country’s biggest neighbourhood challenge in two years’ time....   | Read..
 

Govt holds out SC lesson before critics

The Manmohan Singh government has decided to aggressively highlight the Supreme Court’s opinion on allocation of natural resources to debunk the CAG’s coal re...   | Read..
 

Poster snub to ‘poster boy’

Nitin Gadkari gazed down from the posters lining the 2km drive from Faridabad to the BJP conclave in Surajkund. So did Arun Jaitley, Sushma Swaraj, L.K. Advani — ev...   | Read..
 

Calcutta record in Jaipur real estate

Land in Jaipur, landmark for Calcutta....   | Read..
 
L.K. Advani on Thursday. (PTI)
Advani to party: Be clean, secular
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PM starts shift to cash subsidies

The Prime Minister today launched a scheme for subsidy delivery through direct electronic cash ...   | Read..

Pawar seal on Ajit exit

Sharad Pawar today said nephew Ajit Pawar’s resignation would be accepted, shifting the f...   | Read..
 

Govt clears air on new cooking gas connections

The government today said there was no ban on issuing fresh cooking gas connections but there was a three-week break, pendin...   | Read..