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Won't let Uttar Pradesh become Gujarat: SP on ban on VHP's Ayodhya Yatra


Lucknow: The Samajwadi Party (SP) on Thursday justified the Uttar Pradesh Government's decision to ban a proposed yatra by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) to be taken out with an aim to garner suppor

Pakistani authorities say ban on YouTube can't be lifted


Peshawar: Pakistani authorities have told a court that the ban on YouTube cannot be lifted until a mechanism is put in place to permanently block blasphemous contents on the popular video-sharing web

Heavy vehicle ban extended to suburbs from Wednesday


Chennai: The sudden decision of the Chennai traffic police to extend the existing ban on entry of heavy vehicles into the city between 8 am and 11 pm, to greater Chennai limits, on Wednesday resulted

Maharashtra govt mulling ban on mobiles in colleges, varsity campus to prevent 'cyber crimes'

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Mumbai: Maharashtra Government has sought views of principals and teachers on a proposal seeking ban on using camera mobile phones in colleges and university campuses across the state to prevent 'cyb

Special: Pet lovers hail ban


Hyderabad: Animal lovers have hailed the recent ban on testing of drugs on animals by the Drug Controller of India along the lines of the European Union. India is the first country in South Asia to i

PCB looks for 20 per cent cut in Amir's ban


ISLAMABAD (AP) - The Pakistan Cricket Board intends to find a UK-based lawyer to see if fast bowler Mohammad Amir could get a 20 per cent reduction in his five-year ban for spot-fixing.Acting chairma

Government to set up area-specific SMS monitoring system

The government is putting in place a new system to allow blocking offensive and inflammatory content
through SMSes and MMSes in affected states and regions alone.

Once the security and technical cha

TN supports ban on tobacco products

PMK leader and former Union Health Minister Dr Anbumani Ramadoss is thrilled as the Jayalalithaa government has responded positively to his long-standing demand that gutka and other chewing tobacco pr

Phone jammers in temples soon

The loud ringing noise of cell phones, message tones and people casually answering phone calls while standing in queues for darshan in temples have irked the devotees for long.

Finally, the HR & CE

Twitter blocked in several parts of Pakistan

Pakistani authorities on Sunday blocked access to Twitter in several parts of the country despite interior minister Rehman Malik's claim that no restrictions were being imposed on the micro-blogging site.

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