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Nothing has changed, says BJP

The government today ruled out Union minister Uma Bharti's resignation following the Supreme Court's decision to revive criminal conspiracy charges in the Babri demolition case, making its stand...   | Read..
 

Rules laid down for daily trial

The Supreme Court today laid down a series of norms to ensure that hearings are held daily in the Babri demolition case, noting that a similar order by a high court was...   | Read..
 

SC for 'complete justice'

The Supreme Court today rejected pleas from L.K. Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi and other BJP leaders that the trial shouldn't be shifted from Rae Bareli to Lucknow, saying it...   | Read..
 

Cry for Pehlu & all dairy farmers

Peasants from Haryana's Nuh region converged in the capital today to not only demand justice for Pehlu Khan - the latest victim of cow vigilantism - but also drive home the...   | Read..
 

RSS reaches out to English-speakers

The RSS has decided to break out of its "Hindi, Hindu, Hindustan" slogan and reach out to English-speaking sections with the " Ekant Manav Darshan (Integral...   | Read..
 

NREGA dilution finger at Centre

Activists and researchers today accused the Centre of systematically curtailing the 100-day rural job scheme by not releasing funds for the payment of beneficiaries,...   | Read..
 

Cash nod for vote paper trail

The Union cabinet today agreed to release funds for equipping electronic voting machines with paper trails before the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, after receiving over a dozen...   | Read..
 

Team Chouhan in beacon U-turn

A month ago, Madhya Pradesh's BJP chief minister, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, had watched his ministers mock a Congress leader in the Assembly for proposing the scrapping of red...   | Read..
 

Antibiotic lessons in school to fight abuse

School children across India will receive lessons on antibiotics as part of a new action plan announced by the central government today that pledges coordinated efforts by...   | Read..
 

Foreign funds bar for anti-tobacco lobbying

The Union home ministry has barred the New Delhi-based Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), a research and education think-tank, from receiving foreign funds, alleging...   | Read..
 

Generic prescription hurdles

Regulatory efforts to get doctors in India to prescribe medicines only through their generic names, initiated about 15 years ago, will need to overcome legal challenges and...   | Read..
 

Dinakaran retreat

AIADMK deputy general secretary T.T.V. Dinakaran today "stepped aside" to pave the way for a merger of rival factions led by Tamil Nadu chief minister E.K....   | Read..
 

Veteran's advice for party, PM

Mohsina Kidwai is one of the oldest Congress leaders who has seen the party's rise and fall since Independence and been part of the team that helped Indira Gandhi tide over...   | Read..
 

Rival govts unite on sex test action

The chief ministers of neighbouring Punjab and Haryana have agreed to cooperate on action against sex determination centres, which are illegal, and female foeticide.   | Read..
 
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