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BJP sets twin terms to let Parliament work

The BJP has made it clear that Parliament cannot be expected to function normally unless the Centre withdraws the joint parliamentary committee report on the 2G scandal and law minister Ashwani Kumar resigns for allegedly influencing a CBI report on the coal-block controversy....   | Read..
 

Birth of Dr Who and rebirth of Indian who was in driving seat

Just when he feared he was being forgotten, Indian-origin Waris Hussein is in the news and in demand as debut director of Dr Who, the BBC’s most successful f...   | Read..
 

Samajwadi erupts in anti-US protests

The ruling Samajwadi Party has hit the streets across Uttar Pradesh in an eruption of anti-US protests following the “insult” to state minister Azam Khan who ...   | Read..
 

Family sees Sarabjit from ICU window

The family of Sarabjit Singh, who have been waiting for his return for over 20 years, were today allowed a glimpse of him from outside the hospital room where he lies in ...   | Read..
 

Statue for Biju pilot wife

An 11-foot-high statue will soon be unveiled in the city, honouring a member of one of Odisha’s best-known families who lived only intermittently in the state....   | Read..
 
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Bangla culprit in India dash

The owner of a factory building that collapsed in Bangladesh killing hundreds of garment workers wa...   | Read..

Care hope for widows

Welfare group Sulabh International today launched a host of schemes to rescue the widows of Var...   | Read..