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Stay away from divisive politics, Rahul tells students

Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi today called upon the youth of Mumbai to focus on the inclusive development of India and stay away from divisive politics. "If you want to make a change, join politics and the Congress pa

PM backs Pachauri, says India has confidence in IPCC

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh came to the support of beleaguered Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and said "India has full confidence in the IPCC process and leadership and will support it in every way". This comes in th

`Special package alone can`t ensure Bundelkhand`s development`

Doling out a special package to Bundelkhand will not help achieve development goals of this drought-hit region, unless there is a committed approach at the ground level to erase its backwardness, feel social scientists and bureaucrats. Bun

CWC discusses price rise, Telangana

The Congress Working Committee (CWC) on Friday took stock of the situation arising out of price rise and discussed the Telangana statehood issue. The meeting, chaired by Congress president Sonia Gandhi, deliberated on ways and means to tac

CBI seeks maximum punishment of 2 years for Rathore

The CBI on Friday sought maximum punishment of two years for disgraced former Haryana DGP S.P.S. Rathore in the Ruchika Girhotra molestation case before a court which adjourned the hearing on the plea till February 8. Additional District a

Rahul in Mumbai, three Sena activists detained

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi arrived in Mumbai on Friday amid tight security following Shiv Sena`s call for black flag demonstrations against him for his "Mumbai for all Indians" remark. Three Sena activists were detained after they trie

Planning Commission for deregulation of fuel prices

The Planning Commission on Friday said that deregulating fuel prices will soften generalised rise in prices rather than flare up inflation. "It (decontrolling fuel price) will not flare up the inflation. I just think that it is not su

J-K govt wants only praise on TV, warns channels

The J&K government has warned local news channels against airing ‘anti-government’ content as situation Srinagar continues to be tense. The owners and editors of a few local channels were called for a meeting with top civil

Ex-MLA booked for submitting fake bills

Ramesh Chaudhary, a former Congress MLA in Maharashtra, has been booked for allegedly reimbursing the medical expenses by submitting fake medical bills worth Rs.20 lakhs during 2003-07. Chaudhary had mentioned various ailments of his wife,

Brown writes to Manmohan on Vodafone tax claim

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has written to his Indian counterpart Manmohan Singh about a tax claim on Vodafone Group Plc, even as India has said that the matter is in the court and no decision has been taken. Indian income tax auth

Thackeray targets Maharashtra ministers in Delhi

Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray, who has issued a diktat to his party workers to greet Congress leader Rahul Gandhi with black flags for his "Mumbai for all Indians" remark, on Friday attacked Marathi ministers in the central government fo

Railways takes a giant step to get closer to you

Indian Railways is taking consumer comfort to the next level. After having tasted stupendous success on the online reservation front, it is all set to make all its services accessible through a single web portal. Soon you will be able to b

People tell govt: Wada Na Todo

For the first time in country, an appraisal of the five-year plan is being carried by the civil society which gives voice to common man`s concerns in formulation of plan and policies that govern them. "In a democracy, people ar

Sachin accumulates not only runs but water too

Sachin Tendulkar is the face of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to promote water conservation in Mumbai. The cricketer will now be seen in BMC advertisements telling Mumbaikars to use water judiciously and to make an attempt to avoid

Future BJP leaders to come from Gadkari School of Politics

Taking a leaf out of the RSS` book, Bharatiya Janata Party president Nitin Gadkari plans ideological training of the party leaders. He is planning an intensive three-year training course to groom the BJP`s future leadership. The mod

CATpulls trigger in favour of sacked IB top gun

The Central Administrative Tribunal on Tuesday quashed the dismissal of a senior Intelligence Bureau officer of Maharashtra cadre and ordered the intelligence agency to pay him Rs 1 lakh as litigation cost and mental torture. Franci

Ramesh to bring back scientific focus in environment ministry

Environment and Forests Minister Jairam Ramesh plans to put science at the centre of his ministry. Speaking at a press conference in New Delhi on Thursday, he said that the environment ministry started as a scientific ministry but lost its

They just might bust your budget before The Budget

The government on Thursday said it may decide before the beginning of the Budget session of parliament on the Kirit Parikh Panel recommendations of freeing the oil prices and increasing the rates of kerosene and cooking fuel. "By next

Army rules violated in Sukna case: former military secy

Former Military Secretary Lt Gen Avadesh Prakash, who is facing court martial in the Sukna land scam, on Thursday challenged the punitive action against him, saying Army rules were violated in the case. He approached the Armed Forces Tribu

India decides to have foreign secy-level talks with Pak

In an ice-breaking decision, India has offered to have Foreign Secretary-level talks with Pakistan to discuss terrorism and any other issue that could lead to peace between the two neighbours. The offer of talks has been made to Pakistan a

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