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  • Enable interception or stop B’berry services: Govt tells telcos
    NEW Delhi, February 13 (PTI): Hardening its stance against Blackberry for not providing a solution to intercept Enterprise mail services, the government today said telecom operators will have to stop any such services that cannot be monitored as per…
  • 2G scam: CBI summons Arun Shourie
    New Delhi, February 13 (PTI): Former telecom minister Arun Shourie will appear before the CBI next week in connection with the agency’s probe into possible criminal aspects in the telecom policy since 2001. The CBI approached Shourie last week…
  • ‘Amendments to electoral reforms in next 3 to 4 months’
    Bangalore, February 13 (PTI): A comprehensive amendment to electoral reforms will be brought about in the next three to four months, Union Law Minister M Veerappa Moily said on Sunday.  “A comprehensive amendment is the need of the hour and will be…
  • Tharoor defends his CWG links
    New Delhi, February 13 (PTI): Former Union Minister Shashi Tharoor is back in the news over payment of money by the Organising Committee of the Commonwealth Games for consultancy services. Tharoor on Sunday described the reports as “malicious”,…
  • India wants China to be ‘sensitive’ on Pakistan issues
    New Delhi, February 13 (Agencies): Noting that India and China share a complex relationship, Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao underlined that Beijing needs to be more “sensitive” towards India’s concerns in its dealings with Pakistan. During her talk…
  • Omar Abdullah asks PDP to clarify stand on Kashmir
    New Delhi, February 13 (PTI): A person employed in violation of prescribed rules is not entitled to any benefit, including salary, the Supreme Court has held. “If any appointment is made by merely inviting names from the Employment Exchange or…
  • No salary for those appointed illegally: SC
    New Delhi, February 13 (PTI): A person employed in violation of prescribed rules is not entitled to any benefit, including salary, the Supreme Court has held. “If any appointment is made by merely inviting names from the Employment Exchange or…
  • ‘Dear Krishna, all is forgiven. Just don’t catch the wrong flight’
    New Delhi/New York, February 13 (PTI): ‘Dear Krishna, all is forgiven. Don’t catch the wrong flight’. This is not a message to the External Affairs Minister from his boss, the Prime Minister but is what Dr Yum Yum Singh, a fictitious Manmohan Singh…
  • India to send panel to US to get evidence from Headley
    New Delhi, February 13 (PTI): India is contemplating sending a commission to the United States for getting evidence from Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist David Headley and his wife, who has been kept away from Indian investigators so far. The National…
  • India-Pak talks were in the pipeline for 6 months
    New Delhi, February 11 (Agencies): Thursday’s announcement of a structured resumption of Indo-Pakistan dialogue was in the pipeline for nearly six months but came to fruition only at the Thimphu meeting between Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao and her…
  • Himachal Pradesh government gives clean chit to Karmapa
    Shimla, February 11 (PTI): The Himachal Pradesh government on Friday gave a clean chit to Karmapa Ugyen Trinely Dorji in a foreign currency haul case, saying he has no links with the money seized from his transit home near Dharamsala. “The huge…
  • Aarushi case: Why have we forgotten Hemraj?
    New Delhi, February 11 (Agencies): He lived with the Talwar family in their Jalvayu Vihar flat in Noida and addressed their 14-year-old daughter as “Aarushi baby.” On the morning of May 16, 2008, according to the Central Bureau of Investigation’s (…
  • ‘Top TN leaders have pending criminal cases’
    CHENNAI, February 11 (Agencies): Over 26 sitting MLAs, including Chief Minister M Karunanidhi, Deputy Chief Minister M K Stalin and Leader of Opposition J Jayalalithaa, have serious criminal cases pending against them, as per their affidavits,…
  • Will bring out ‘chargesheet’ against Deve Gowda: Yeddy
    New Delhi, February 11 (agencies): Seeking to take the battle to his detractors’ court, Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa plans to bring out a ‘chargesheet’ against JD(S) supremo H D Deve Gowda and his family members on the issue of land…
  • NTPC – the Most Respected Company in Power Sector
    DIMAPUR, FEBRUARY 10 (MExN): NTPC the largest power utility in the country has been bestowed the honour of being most respected company in Power Sector for the year 2011 by Businessworld. The Award was presented by Pranab Mukherjee, Union Minister…
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