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Monday , December 3 , 2012
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Supreme Court raps Sahara group for not refunding investors' money

Updated: 3 December 2012, Monday;14:10 hrs (IST)
The Supreme Court on Monday rapped Sahara group for not refunding Rs 27,000 crore to investors who had put their money into its two companies....   | Read..

Minister plays with fire and judges in Singur

Singur spearhead-turned-minister Becharam Manna today cast aspersions on some judges and warned of “people descending on the fields” to “enact a new law” if the Supreme Court verdict on the land reclamation law went against the state government....   | Read..

Heads and fists bang on heartless mesh

This is an “interview” unlike any in a state where snaking lines are a familiar sight....   | Read..

66A ‘cut & paste job’

The controversial Section 66A of the Information Technology Act has borrowed words out of context from British and American laws, according to lawyers here who are calling it...   | Read..

Live webcast of influx meet

A mega conclave on Assam’s influx problem, which will see politicians and intellectuals having diverse opinions on the issue share the same platform in Delhi, will be w...   | Read..

Take cover, mercury to slide

Brace for some bone-numbing chill as the weatherman has predicted a Celsius slide in the next 48 hours. ...   | Read..

No key to landlocked airport

A beleaguered Jharkhand government’s acquisition antecedents and allegedly ambiguous rehabilitation and resettlement (R&R) policy may indefinitely delay an ambitiou...   | Read..

Marandi duo snub Panem offer

The ongoing agitation against Panem continued today, a day after the coal company’s officials approached JVM president Babulal Marandi and Congress’s Stephen ...   | Read..
Minister plays with fire and judges in Singur
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