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Friday , May 8 , 2015
 
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Salman knew the risks, says judge

Salman Khan would have known that rash and negligent driving after drinking can result in deaths, Mumbai sessions judge D.W. Deshpande has said in yesterday's judgment that convicted the actor of...   | Read..
 

Amethi 'revenge': Rahul

Rahul Gandhi today accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of "taking revenge on farmers and workers" by suggesting that a mega food park planned for Amethi had been...   | Read..
 

Twitter debut for Rahul's office

Rahul Gandhi has joined Twitter, finally.   | Read..
 

Poor timing & still playing: 'paralysis'

The message from the Prime Minister today was that the "whole world is, once again, excited and enthusiastic about India and the opportunities that India...   | Read..
 

How do you know: Smriti

The BJP pulled out its feisty minister Smriti Irani to counter Rahul Gandhi's claim that the Centre had scuttled the Amethi food park, realising he had gone...   | Read..
 

Evidence of moonquakes

Two Indian geologists have interpreted surface deformations near the lunar south pole as fresh evidence for tectonic activity on the moon, corroborating earlier scientific...   | Read..
 

Judges' spat echo in SC

A strand of the recent public disagreement between the Chief Justice of India and a fellow Supreme Court judge over a judges' conference being scheduled on Good Friday...   | Read..
 

Gujarat officer heads to poll panel

Achal Kumar Joti, who had served as Gujarat chief secretary when Narendra Modi was chief minister, has been appointed central election commissioner.   | Read..
 

Nod to land boundary bill and Sushma

The Lok Sabha today passed the land boundary bill in a rare show of back-to-back unanimity that also saw external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj walk away with the honours...   | Read..
 

Kid-trial bill passed

The Lok Sabha today passed a controversial bill that allows children aged 16 to 18 to be tried as adults if charged with heinous crimes, bypassing objections and calls for...   | Read..
 

Rahul relief

The Supreme Court today stayed a defamation suit filed against Rahul Gandhi by an RSS supporter for allegedly linking Mahatma Gandhi's assassin to the Sangh.   | Read..
 

'Mutiny' in sahayak row

A summary general court martial (SGCM) has found 16 soldiers of an army battalion guilty of "mutiny" at a firing range in Ladakh in May 2012 and, in a contentious...   | Read..
 

House cry for tapping bar

Rajya Sabha MPs today demanded that tapping of their phones be treated as breach of privilege, the clamour fuelled by a House panel's report that unauthorised access to...   | Read..
 

Lake bursts in Ladakh

A massive artificial lake formed after a landslide blocked a tributary of the Zanskar river burst early today, prompting hundreds of terrified residents in Ladakh to flee...   | Read..
 
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