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- Fully Committed to Passage of Lokpal Bill: BJP to Hazare
- Bhopal Gas Victims Protest Outside Parliament
- All Procedures Followed During Adoption of JPC Report: Chacko
- Over 200 TN Fishermen Detained by Lankan Navy; Released
- Gujarat Gets Lokayukta after a Decade
- Shinde Raps Bihar Government for 'Failure' to Control Naxals
- BJP Walks Out From Assembly to Protest Reply by Minister
- Kalam to Attend Centenary Function of Pamban Bridge
- 'Will Not Spare Anyone Who Whips Up Communal Tension'
- AAP, BJP Ready for Fresh Poll; Congress to Back AAP?
- Odisha: DRDO's HeliNa Missile Tested Again
From being angry about being rebuked by parents, feeling denied a demand, being rejected in love or fear of societal glare, it would seem as if more and more teenagers in Bangalore are committing suicide.
In spite of AP government drastically cutting down the VIPs’ list for use of beacons in their cars, several of them were still found using them in the twin cities.
DMK patriarch M Karunanidhi sidestepped questions over his party’s alliances for the coming LS polls, avoided saying anything that could indicate a shift towards the Congress or BJP.
The Kerala High Court dismissed a petition by Kapico Kerala Resorts Pvt Ltd seeking to review the court’s judgment directing the Central Government to demolish the illegal constructions of resorts at Nediathuruthu Island in Alappuzha district.
The court said that both the central and state governments will within three months issue a pruned list of constitutional functionaries entitled for red beacon lights on official vehicles.
South Africa won the toss and elected to bat as it attempted to pull off a series whitewash over India in the third and final one-day international at Centurion on Wednesday.
Tennis legend Martina Navratilova and former NBA player Jason Collins have urged world sports bodies like the International Olympic Committee to show more support for homosexual athletes.
Madras Then Chennai Now is a brilliant visual tribute, despite a few notable omissions, to a city’s past and present, with some accomplished writing to support the pictures
Will the government succeed in getting the Lokpal Bill passed in this session of Parliament?
Yes - 10%
No - 90%
Total number of votes: 90