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Friday , November 30 , 2012
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Govt stirs, tinkers with Net police rules

Police can no longer register complaints of online hate content without clearance from officers of the rank of inspector-general in the metros and deputy commissioner or superintendent of police in other urban or rural areas....   | Read..

Astrophysics student tests cyber limits

The Supreme Court today wondered why nobody had so far challenged Section 66A of the Information Technology Act....   | Read..

Bengal police gap

Bengal is one of the worst sufferers from a shortage of Indian Police Service officers, with only a couple of northeastern states, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh and Punjab faring...   | Read..

Pandya widow to contest poll

Slain Gujarat home minister Haren Pandya’s widow Jagruti today filed her nomination as a candidate of an outfit floated by a BJP rebel, saying she had waited too lo...   | Read..

Vote on FDI buys House peace, worries govt

Parliament will discuss FDI in multi-brand retail under rules that entail voting, amid extreme unease within a section of the government over an executive decision being put ...   | Read..
Paris Hilton arrives in Goa on Wednesday. The hotel heiress, who made her debut as a DJ this summer in Brazil, will perform at the India Resort Fashio ...  | Read
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Ad-free feed or no Pak series telecast: DD

Prasar Bharati has refused to beam this winter’s much-awaited India-Pakistan cricket seri...   | Read..

BJP finds poll fault in cash transfer plan

The BJP has decided to complain to the Election Commission that the government’s announce...   | Read..

Jagadish, Jaya talks sink

The meeting between Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa and her Karnataka counterpart Jagadish Shettar today on the C...   | Read..

Vague law that curbs freedom

A 116-word amendment to the Information Technology Act that can threaten senders of casual or even “just-for-fun...   | Read..

Court prod in NDA

The Supreme Court today directed the CBI to take action against government officials and companies allegedly responsible...   | Read..

Snow brings smiles to the Valley

Early heavy snowfall in country’s skiing paradise of Gulmarg has given tourists and winter sports enthusiasts a re...   | Read..

Ibrahim breaks IB barrier

Syed Asif Ibrahim broke the glass ceiling to be named the first Muslim Intelligence Bureau chief, but the appointment ha...   | Read..