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  • No role of insurgents in illegal coal mining: Govt

    Itanagar :  Union Minister of State in the PMO, V Narayansami, on Wednesday denied BJP’s allegation of involvement of insurgent groups in illegal coal mining at Namchik-Namphuk coal block in Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh. “There is no such report. The inquiry initiated by the Changlang district administration revealed that no insurgent group is involved in illegal mining in the area,” Narayansami told a press conference here.

  • Bjp takes coal battle to pranab

    Urges his intervention to stop govt attack on constitutional authorities like the CAG lOur Bureau

  • Corporate Briefs

    Energy tribunal issues notices to PSU oil marketing firms

  • Snap ties with UPA, BJP urges Mulayam

    New Delhi : Hitting out at SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav for favouring a third front, the BJP on Wednesday dared him to first sever ties with UPA government, of which his party has been a “part and parcel”.

  • SP will have key to next govt: Mulayam

    Kolkata : Dismissing the UPA spearhead Congress as ‘scam-tainted”, the Samajwadi Party on Wednesday urged regional parties to forge a Third Front and said it was determined to ensure that no government takes office in New Delhi without its support.

  • The BJP has to walk tightrope

    The statement by Janata Dal (United) chief Sharad Yadav that his party, though in alliance with the BJP at the Centre, would campaign against its senior alliance partner in Gujarat, (more…)

  • Allies with govt, oppn stalling reforms: Sibal

    Kolkata : Asserting that the government’s allie s were firmly backing the government, Communications and IT Minister Kapil Sibal blamed the BJP for sabotaging the passage of key bills in parliament.

  • Restructuring of the political mind

    There have been crises situations in the past which have been effectively crossed over.  The present crisis is the worst ever and it falls on both the party in power and the party in opposition to see how best it can be resolved to mutual satisfaction.

  • Environment clearance of 93 Goa mines suspended

    Panaji : The union environment ministry on Wednesday suspended the clearance of 93 mines in Goa on account of companies flouting forest laws, officials said.

  • Pilot refused to fly Rahul over safety concerns: IAF

    New Delhi : The IAF on Wednesday stood by its pilot who had on Tuesday refused to fly Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi from Kokrajhar to Guwahati, saying the safety of the two leaders was paramount consideration for this bold decision by the officer.

  • Advani lambasts cartoonist’s arrest

    NEW DELHI : BJP patriarch Lal Krishna Advani on Wednesday slammed the arrest of cartoonist Aseem Trivedi for drawing the anti-corruption cartoons, wondering if “today’s political set-up is worst even than the emergency.”

  • Sushma – Sena choice for PM post

    Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray always gives marathon interview to Shiv Sena mouthpiece Saamna when he wants to make some pertinent political point. The recent interview by Thackeray when he endorsed senior BJP leader Sushma Swaraj for the Prime Minister’s post if the NDA gets required numbers in 2014 elections, has ruffled many feathers. (more…)

  • Apple unveils thinnest-ever version of a smart phone

    San Francisco : Apple Inc on Wednesday took the wraps off the iPhone 5, the thinnest-ever version of a smartphone that yields the majority of its profit and helped it become the world’s most valuable corporation.

  • Nationalmeet on e- governance today

    BHOPAL: A citizen- centric workshop will be held under the aegis of the National e- Governance Programme on September 13 at Hotel Noorus- Sabah. Main objective of the workshop is to make people aware of e- governance projects, information technology infrastructure, norms, directives/ guidelines as well as the National e- Governance Programme.

  • Now, CBI set to probe irongate in Karnataka

    New Delhi : CBI is likely to register a case tomorrow to probe the illegal mining of 50.7 lakh tonnes of iron ore from the forests in Karnataka.

  • First single entrance test for MBBS, BDS admissions on May 5

    New Delhi :   The first-ever National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to MBBS and BDS courses across the country will be held on May 5 next year, the CBSE today announced.

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