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Make India energy sufficient, cut imports PM

Make India energy sufficient, cut imports: PM

NEW DELHI: Pitching for an energy sufficient India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said the country should cut oil imports by 10 per cent by 2022, and asked the well… Read more »

Sonia Gandhi slams Modi govt on controversial land bill

Sonia Gandhi slams Modi govt on controversial land bill

NEW DELHI: Rejecting the dialogue offer on the controversial land bill, Sonia Gandhi today alleged it was a mockery of the consensus building tradition by a “myopic” Modi government which… Read more »

Bhushan, Yadav launch no-holds-barred attack against Kejriwal

Bhushan, Yadav launch no-holds-barred attack against Kejriwal

NEW DELHI: In further escalation of infighting, AAP dissident leaders Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav today mounted a no-holds-barred attack on party chief Arvind Kejriwal, accusing him of stifling internal… Read more »

Manmohan Singh moves Supreme Court against summons in coal scam

Manmohan Singh moves Supreme Court against summons in coal scam case

NEW DELHI: Former prime minister Manmohan Singh filed an appeal in the Supreme Court on Wednesday against the summons issued to him by a trial court in connection with the… Read more »

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SC stays Delhi HC order restraining Glenmark from making anti-diabetes drug

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has stayed a Delhi high court order restraining generic drug maker Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd from manufacturing sitagliptin, an anti-diabetes drug. A bench of justices Ranjan… Read more »

'CID deleted sensitive evidence before handing case to CBI'

‘CID deleted sensitive evidence before handing case to CBI’

BENGALURU: In a new twist to the mysterious death of IAS officer D K Ravi, his father-in-law today alleged that the CID probing it has deleted sensitive evidence before the… Read more »

Traders protest making PAN must for buying gold

Traders protest making PAN must for buying gold

NEW DELHI: Bullion market remained closed in the national capital today as traders refrained from doing business to protest the Budgetary proposal that would make it mandatory to quote PAN… Read more »

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Village of Raina’s fiance takes holiday to watch WC semis

BAGHPAT, UP: The village of batsman Suresh Raina’s fiance in Bamnauli here is gearing up for the ICC World Cup semi-final tomorrow and has announced an undeclared holiday as India… Read more »

First part of budget session 'productive' Govt

First part of budget session ‘productive': Govt

NEW DELHI: Terming the first part of budget session as “productive”, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu today said government does not stand on prestige on the contentious Land Acquisition Bill… Read more »

Cong-led politics of obstructionism has failed Jaitley

Cong-led politics of obstructionism has failed: Jaitley

NEW DELHI: As two key reform bills on coal and mines got Parliament’s nod, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley attacked the Congress saying the politics of “obstructionism” led by the party… Read more »

Opposition parties were compromised Cong

Opposition parties were compromised: Cong

NEW DELHI: Stung by near-total isolation and passage of two key bills of government in Rajya Sabha with the support of a number of non-NDA groups, Congress today said opposition… Read more »

PMO seeks performance report from Air India

PMO seeks performance report from Air India

NEW DELHI: Concerned over the overall health of Air India, the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has asked the national carrier to submit a detailed performance report on its losses, profitability… Read more »

Militants open fire on Army camp in Samba

Militants open fire on Army camp in Samba

JAMMU: Terror today again struck Jammu where militants opened fire at an army camp on Jammu-Pathankot Highway in Samba district. The militants opened fired and lobbed grenades at an Army… Read more »

TV channels asked to restrict live coverage of anti-terror ops

TV channels asked to restrict live coverage of anti-terror ops

NEW DELHI: Noticing that some TV channels have been covering live anti terrorist operations, the Information and Broadcasting ministry has asked news broadcasters to restrict such telecasts to periodic briefing… Read more »

Govt announces 33 pc woman quota in UTs'' police

Govt announces 33 pc woman quota in UT police

NEW DELHI: The Centre today announced 33 per cent reservation for women in police forces of union territories, including Delhi, for posts from constables to sub-inspectors, in a move aimed… Read more »

PDP-BJP alliance formed to empower people of J-K Sayeed

PDP-BJP alliance formed to empower people of J-K: Sayeed

JAMMU: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Sayeed today said the purpose of the alliance between PDP and BJP in the state is to empower the people and to take… Read more »

After poll remark row, Mufti pats EC, Adm for successful polls

After poll remark row, Mufti pats EC, Adm for successful polls

JAMMU: After caught into the controversy by giving credit to Pakistan and Hurriyat for J-K elections, Chief Minister Mufti Mohmmad Sayeed today gave full credit to Election Commission and state… Read more »

Our ancestors, traditions are same RSS

Our ancestors, traditions are same: RSS

LUCKNOW: Amid row over reconversion programs, a senior functionary of RSS today said conversions should be by willingness and there should be no pressure “for coming back” to Hinduism fold…. Read more »

Maritime security key dimension of bilateral ties Swaraj

Maritime security key dimension of bilateral ties: Swaraj

BHUBANESWAR: Describing maritime security as a key dimension of its bilateral ties with Indian Ocean rim countries, India today said it values its trilateral maritime security cooperation with Sri Lanka… Read more »

Crop damage Sonia meets Raj farmers, promises Cong help

Crop damage: Sonia meets Raj farmers, promises help

KOTA: Congress President Sonia Gandhi today said her party would bring pressure on the Rajasthan government and the Centre to provide maximum relief to the farmers whose crops were damaged… Read more »