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Pilot spots defence aircraft on runway, aborts takeoff

An accident was narrowly averted at the New Delhi IGI airport on Wednesday afternoon when an aircraft of a domestic airline had to abort takeoff after the pilot saw a defence aircraft crossing the run

Cong, govt have differed earlier too

Although the Congress asked why Prime Minister Manmohan Singh should resign after party vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s strong comment on the controversial ordinance shielding convicted legislators, thi

BJP: It’s belated realisation of nonsense

AAP leaders Prashant Bhushan (left), Arvind Kejriwal (second from right) and Manish Sisodia (right) interact with the media

With the Opposition parties rubbishing AICC vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s outburst against the ordinance to protect legislators, the BJP on Thursday advised Dr Singh to quit if he had any self-respect

Crime file: Wife morphs man’s video to tarnish; techie abducted, robbed and more


Wife morphs man’s video to tarnish
Chennai: A woman software engineer and her father were arrested by cyber officials from Chennai police for allegedly morphing her husband’s picture to show him in a

Obama extends rarest of rare gesture for PM

In a rarest of the rare gesture, US President Barack Obama personally walked down to the White House portico to see off prime minister Manmohan Singh after a meeting with him at the Oval Office.

Return the ordinance, urges AAP

An Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party delegation on Friday met President Pranab Mukherjee and requested him to send the controversial ordinance to negate the Supreme Court verdict on convicted legisl

A surprise visit that made history

The ordinance of discontent, which some think can destabilise the UPA-2 government, was shred to bits by Rahul Gandhi on the lawns of the Press Club of India here on Friday afternoon, leaving assemble

Parties guarded on SC verdict

The government and majority of political parties were guarded in their response to the Supreme Court verdict holding that citizens have the right to reject candidates contesting polls.

Govt cautious, says will study ruling first

The government refrained from reacting to the Supreme Court verdict on the right to exercise “none of the above option”, saying that the judgment will have to be studied before any comments can be mad

Contrived majority used for report: BJP

With the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) controversial draft report on 2G spectrum scam getting adopted by an “overwhelming majority” on Friday, the Opposition blamed the government for “unashamed

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