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Saturday , February 22 , 2014
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Jurisdiction challenge to Rajiv verdict

The Centre has challenged the jurisdiction of the three-judge Supreme Court bench that commuted the death penalty of Rajiv Gandhi’s killers, saying a Constitution bench with at least five judges should have heard the matter....   | Read..

Tame reaction to Jaya shocker

The Tamil Nadu Congress and BJP were found wanting in their reactions to Jayalalithaa’s announcement that she proposed to free the seven life convicts in the Rajiv ...   | Read..

Scare at Rome mission

India has asked Italy to bolster security at its embassy in Rome after the mission received hate messages and a bullet in its mailbox this week amid tension between the n...   | Read..

Guru family waits for belongings from Tihar

Afzal Guru’s family has complained it has been denied his personal belongings, lying in Tihar jail since he was hanged over a year ago....   | Read..

Don’t plan to lose, says Nilekani

The worst that might happen if Nandan Nilekani contests the general election is he might lose, but the Infosys co-founder is thinking like a seasoned winner....   | Read..
AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal prays at the Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya dargah in New Delhi on Thursday. The Supreme Court has agreed to hear on Monday the ...  | Read
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China industrial park near Nashik

A China industrial park will be built near Nashik over 2,000 acres in the first such enclave to...   | Read..

Celebrity cricketers ordered off plane

Thirty members of the Kerala Strikers cricket team, including Malayalam movie celebrities, were...   | Read..

Rahul’s bill score: 1 out of 6

Parliament today approved a bill that penalises public officials who disclose the identity of whistleblowers, the only o...   | Read..

Bengal tractor to put bullocks out of work

A tractor made in Bengal may help India shed bullocks from its farms....   | Read..

BJP claims Telangana credit

The BJP has claimed full credit for the passage of the Telangana bill in Parliament, stating: “The success or fail...   | Read..

EC guideline on promises stumps parties

The Election Commission has set a condition ahead of the Lok Sabha polls that political parties are finding hard to reje...   | Read..

Request to PM to invite Pope

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India (CBCI) today requested Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to invite Pope Fran...   | Read..

Andhra proposal

Andhra Pradesh may be brought under central rule next week....   | Read..

Minister shot at in Puri

Odisha minister Maheshwar Mohanty was shot at tonight in Puri, his hometown and Assembly constituency....   | Read..

Gory end to American love story in Agra

An Agra auto driver burnt himself to death after allegedly killing and chopping body parts of his American wife whom he ...   | Read..

SC not to hear plea on HC judges

The Supreme Court today declined to hear a PIL against alleged illegal allocation of government land to sitting judges o...   | Read..

No troop fear: Antony

Defence minister A.K. Antony today said there was little concern in the government over the movements of the army after ...   | Read..