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Pilots’ strike is ruled illegal, 26 more dismissed

The Delhi high court declared the Air India pilots’ strike “illegal” on Wednesday and barred the pilots from any protest action, even as the government terminated the services of 26 more pilots, takin

Girl abducted, not eloped, claims father

A resident of Kaserwa village in Prabuddha Nagar, Shaukeen Mohammad, whose minor daughter Ishrat Jahan had reportedly eloped about a month ago, met the DIG and requested him to help in getting back hi

Babri case: SC to hear CBI plea on l.k.

The CBI finally has left it to the Supreme Court to decide whether the charge of “criminal conspiracy” could be added in the Babri Masjid demolition case against the top leaders of the BJP and Sangh Parivar, including L.K. Advani, M.M. Joshi and Uma Bharti after almost 20 years of the incident.

Raje undisputed leader, says BJP

After former Rajasthan chief minister and Leader of the Opposition in the state Assembly Vasundhara Raje threatened to quit over her party colleague Gulabchand Kataria’s decision to embark on a yatra, the BJP on Monday conveyed to Ms Raje that “she is the party” in Rajasthan.

Hillary: Pak must do more on terror

In remarks New Delhi will welcome, visiting US secretary of state Hillary Clinton said Monday that Pakistan had not done as much to fight terrorism as the United States and India would like it to do.

Mullaperiyar is safe: SC panel

The Supreme Court-appointed empowered committee on Mullaperiyar dam has concluded that the controversial reservoir is hydrologically, structurally and seismically “safe”.

No rift with JD-U on Prez nomination: BJP

The main Opposition BJP fielded two spokespersons to take questions from the media on Tuesday on the differences within the NDA over Ms Sushma Swaraj’s remarks.

NDA develops Prez election strategy rift

The presidential election appears to be moving towards a regrouping of political parties with the NDA constituents refusing to back the BJP line on it. On the other hand, the Left is willing to cooperate with the rival Congress if the latter nominates a candidate “like” vice-president Hamid Ansari for the top post.

Judge: End ‘sab-chalta-hai’ attitude

Judge Kanwar Jeet Arora, while sentencing former BJP president Bangaru Laxman to four years in jail for accepting a bring in a fictitious deal, observed, “It is often said that the accomplice of the crime of corruption is generally our own indifference.”

Bangaru gets 4-yr RI, plans to appeal

In a massive blow to the BJP, the outfit’s former president, Bangaru Laxman, was awarded four years’ rigorous imprisonment on Saturday by a Delhi court for taking a bribe of `1 lakh in a fictitious defence deal.

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