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Tuesday , April 22 , 2014
 

After Togadia venom on Muslims, Modi says: no ‘petty’ statements, please

Updated: 22 April 2014, Tuesday, 13:33 hrs (IST)
Bharatiya Janata Party leader Narendra Modi, facing a huge backlash from other parties for some explosive comments against Muslims made by senior leaders, sought to downplay the issue on Tuesday....   | Read..
 

Taking a cue from Priyanka, Congress comes out in Vadra's defence

Updated: 22 April 2014, Tuesday, 18:15 hrs (IST)
The Congress on Tuesday went out of its way to defend Robert Vadra, the VVIP son-in-law of party president Sonia Gandhi, against the “cheap and baseless” ...   | Read..
 

CBI summons former coal secretary Parakh

Updated: 22 April 2014, Tuesday, 17:09 hrs (IST)
The Central Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday summoned former Union coal secretary P C Parakh for questioning on April 25 in connection with a case of alleged abuse of offic...   | Read..
 

SC asks Mudgal if it will probe Srinivasan, others in IPL scam

Updated: 22 April 2014, Tuesday, 14:09 hrs (IST)
The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Justice Mudgal Committee whether it will be willing to conduct further probe against N Srinivasan and 12 others including some prominent...   | Read..
 

BJP candidate Babul Supriyo surrenders, gets bail in highway blockade case

Updated: 22 April 2014, Tuesday, 17:09 hrs (IST)
Popular singer Babul Supriyo, the Bharatiya Janata Party candidate accused of blocking a National Highway, on Tuesday surrendered before a local court and secured bail. ...   | Read..
 

Saradha more equal than others

The question of public funds being used to refund victims of Saradha alone was staring at the Mamata Banerjee government tonight after Calcutta High Court sought a report on ....   | Read..
 

A locker too far

Enforcement Directorate (ED) officials today went to a nationalised bank’s branch in Salt Lake to check the locker of Piyali Sen, the wife of Saradha boss Sudipta S...   | Read..
 

Lanka bridge for govt, party

The Congress and India’s foreign office, long at loggerheads over the Sri Lankan policy, have been independently coaxing a common visitor to fly across the Palk Str...   | Read..
 

Modi camp toils for a Varanasi grandson

A grandson it will be but not the one chosen first. ...   | Read..
 

Seba mulls CBSE module for Assam

The Board of Secondary Education, Assam, which conducts Class X board examinations in the state, is pushing to include 30 per cent of the half-yearly marks scored by candidat...   | Read..
 

Weather notches up poll heat

Guwahati today equalled a 15-year record by registering its hottest day in April as the mercury touched 40.1 degrees Celsius. ...   | Read..
 

Govt sits on Patra panel extend plea

The wait to identify and probe individuals and entities involved in unauthorised collection of public deposit might get longer with the state government failing to respond to...   | Read..
 

Misa sniffs rumour plot on repoll day

Locked in a tight battle with “chacha” Ram Kripal Yadav in the Pataliputra Lok Sabha seat, Misa Bharti today accused her BJP challenger of spreading rumour...   | Read..
 

Giriraj FIR

A fresh FIR was lodged against BJP leader Giriraj Singh today, three days after his alleged inflammatory remarks that those opposing the party’s prime ministerial ...   | Read..
 

Tight squeeze in bastion

In the high-stakes battle between two former chief ministers in Dumka, the war of words between JVM’s Babulal Marandi and JMM’s Shibu Soren has reached fever pitc...   | Read..
 

Identity crisis grips turncoats

In Jharkhand, if turncoats get rewarded with tickets, troubles also tag along....   | Read..
 
Omar Abdullah on Monday said he would rather go to Pakistan than stop opposing Narendra Modi. ...  | Read
 
 
Quote of the day
I will… go to Pakistan but
will not stop
opposing Modi
Omar Abdullah
 
Nation RSS
LOOK, SIR, I DID MY HOMEWORK!
Did you know that Jhumri Tilaiya in Jharkhand was once famous for sending the highest number of song...   | Read.. 
Calcutta RSS
Guilty: 8 of murder, 4 of hiding proof
A Howrah court on Monday held eight people, including a former CPM leader and a lady doctor, guilty ...   | Read.. 
Bengal RSS
Blast kills two and blows lid off poll stockpile
Two persons allegedly hired to make crude bombs ahead of the Lok Sabha polls were killed this after...   | Read.. 
Bihar RSS
Shahnawaz battles history and Lalu's X-man
The BJP's high-profile Muslim face, Bhagalpur candidate Syed Shahnawaz Hussain, is acceptable to man...   | Read.. 
North Bengal RSS
All Sujapur booths declared sensitive
The Election Commission has declared all 212 polling stations in the Sujapur Assembly segment of th...   | Read.. 
Opinion RSS
That indelible identity
It is going to be the last month of Manmohan Singh's tenure as the country's prime minister. Even if...   | Read.. 
Sports RSS
Pawar: Justice Patel must disclose links with Shivlal
Former Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) chief Sharad Pawar wants Justice (retd) Jai Nar...   | Read.. 
International RSS
After Everest disaster, Sherpas mull strike
The 22 Sherpas who set out together towards Mount Everest's Camp 2 on Friday morning were "full of ...   | Read.. 
Business RSS
Court drills life into Goa mines
The Supreme Court today lifted a 19-month ban on mining in Goa, the top iron ore-exporting state, a...   | Read.. 
Jharkhand RSS
Madhavi eyes Jharia mileage
Call it an ingenious political move of a bahurani.   | Read.. 
Northeast RSS
Anger over power cuts boils over
Protests over severe power cuts spilled onto the streets of Dhubri and Golgahat districts and Silch...   | Read.. 
Odisha RSS
Cool effect trips transformers
A sudden rise in temperature and the consequent increase in the use of air-conditioners has posed a...   | Read..