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Saturday , December 1 , 2012
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SC seeks Bengal reply on 66A

The Supreme Court today sought responses from the Centre, Bengal and three other states on a plea to quash Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, which the Union government admitted was “grossly abused”....   | Read..

Fema rules on retail tabled

The government today tabled in the Lok Sabha five amendments to Foreign Exchange Management Act (Fema) regulations required to facilitate FDI in multi-brand retail....   | Read..

Cong pits Bhatt wife vs Modi

The wife of suspended IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt, who has accused Narendra Modi of complicity in the 2002 riots, today filed her nomination as Congress candidate against th...   | Read..

Manisha ready for a fight

Manisha Koirala is due to undergo surgery for ovarian cancer after tests at Mumbai’s Jaslok Hospital confirmed the diagnosis of doctors in Kathmandu....   | Read..

Jaguar crash in Sikkim

A Jaguar fighter aircraft of the Indian Air Force crashed today in North Sikkim during a practice sortie in a mystery drill. Its young pilot ejected but was reported to b...   | Read..
The government apologised on Friday in the Rajya Sabha for Manishankar Aiyar’s reported statement to a TV channel in which he compared MPs rushing to ...  | Read
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The other Gujral Doctrine: Leave Cong to be PM

Former Prime Minister Inder Kumar Gujral, who was the country’s helmsman for 11 turbulent mont...   | Read..

Feb date for DCT rollout

The inaugural instalment of the government’s direct cash transfer scheme should roll into...   | Read..

Signal for new law on child justice

The word “juvenile” has been replaced by the words “child” and “children” in a draft...   | Read..

Pitch for stricter HIV curbs in Bengal

Bengal is among 10 states mainly in eastern and northern India that now account for over half of all new HIV infections ...   | Read..

Two shots at JEE Advanced from 2014

Students unable to take the JEE-Advanced, the second in the two-tier IIT entrance, may get another chance in the same mo...   | Read..