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CBI may re-record statements

After questioning several ministers of the Gujarat government in the Ishrat Jahan encounter case, the CBI is now considering recording the statements of some witnesses again in connection with the cas

‘Pay panel to attract best talent’

The ruling Congress on Wednesday welcomed the government’s move to constitute the Seventh Pay Commission and recalled how the BJP-led NDA dispensation had “rejected” the legitimate formation of the Si

No separate pay panel: Browne

The Indian Air Force (IAF) Chief and Chairman of the Chiefs of Staff Committee (CoSC), that comprises the three service chiefs, Air Chief Marshal N.A.K. Browne, has written to defence minister A.K.

Convicted MPs ordinance: BJP, Left, Cong clash

With the Union Cabinet on Tuesday clearing an ordinance aimed at protecting convicted MPs and MLAs from facing immediate disqualification after a Supreme Court order, the ruling Congress and Oppositio

Parties not in a Modi panic

BJP prime ministerial candidate and Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi’s public meetings have not given a wake-up call to the Congress and other regional parties yet; they see the current “picture”

Swimmer Jyotsna’s ban reduced to 1 yr

The National Anti-Doping Appeal Panel (NADAP) has ordered a reduced sanction for swimmer Jyotsna Pansare, who was handed a two-year suspension by a disciplinary panel last November.

BJP condemns terror strikes,says Pak continuing with proxy war

BJP on Thursday condemned the twin militant attacks in Jammu and Kashmir, saying it reflects that Pakistan is continuing with its strategy to strike at will through proxy war of terror.

Coal scam: CBI calls Naveen Jindal for questioning

CBI is likely to question Congress MP and industrialist Naveen Jindal on Friday in connection with a case of alleged cheating and criminal conspiracy in bagging Amarkonda Murgadangal coal block in Birbhum in 2008.

JPC meet on 2G scam tomorrow

The meeting of Joint Parliamentary Committee on 2G scam Friday is set to be a stormy affair as the panel readies to adopt its controversial draft report which gave clean chit to prime minister Manmohan Singh and indicted former telecom minister A Raja.

UGC expands foreign tieup scope

In a move that could help improve foreign partnership and investment in India’s higher education sector, the University Grants Commission has allowed Indian institutes with Grade B accreditation to en

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