- Karnataka biggies sulk as ‘clean’ 28 make it to team Siddaramaiah
- Water treasure hunt in Chennai as price hits Rs 120 per can
- Amend rules for Greater Chennai, suggests Madras HC
- Kerala: Hopes of quick reshuffle dwindle
- Deputy Kerala CM post: Mani too throws his hat in ring
- NEET 2013: CBSE gaffe leaves students in a fix
- India to convey concerns over incursion to China
- Tamils want to live in one country: Rajapaksa
- Senior cop indulged in 'undesirable activities': CBI
- Rahul Gandhi praises Chandy, slams Kerala CPI-M
- Creamy layer limit: Karunanidhi expresses 'some' satisfaction
- Ansari heading to Uzbekistan in first vice presidential visit
As a consequence of the strike by water-packaging units, a severe shortfall in supply of packaged water meant that prices of the meagre cans that were available were sold for a premium.
'If we raise the FDI cap in defence sector and allow the controls to be taken over by foreign partners, we fear our indigenous capabilities will get controlled, which we do not want,' said Saraswat.
Around 16 Keralites came online to interact with the KPCC president and many of them shared their concern over the development of their motherland.
The Tamil Nadu CM urged Manmohan to take steps to formulate the two bodies without further delay as the irrigation year is fast approaching.
The CM said that there is no need to panic as there is sufficient reservoirs across the Cavery basin and a special team has been formed to ensure that water is distributed.
The BJP leader claimed that the Karnataka poll results definitely disappointed the party but not demoralised it, there was a need to do introspection and set the house in order.
Taking cue from the raids of CB on financial institutions in different areas of coastal districts, the district administration raided the offices of 10 such institutions in Koraput and Jeypore.
Royal Challengers Bangalore restricted table-toppers Chennai Super Kings, winning a rain-curtailed match by 24 runs, after having smashed 106 off just 8 overs.
Rahul Gandhi launched a scathing attack on the opposition parties for stalling the Food Security Bill in Parliament, and asserted the UPA government was determined to enact the legislation for the benefit of people.
Conservative religious lawmakers in Afghanistan blocked a law on Saturday that aims to protect women's freedoms, with some arguing that parts of it violate Islamic principles or encourage women to have sex outside of marriage.
- For team Rahul, it’s good politics that will yield rich dividends for poor Indians
- India's bleeding insurgencies: Lessons from Latin America
- Western Ghat report has imperialist mindset: Ecologist
- Lot more to India-China ties than border stand-off: Experts
- Major industrial conglomerates making a beeline for Haryana
- Man kidnapped 23 years ago finds kin thanks to Google Maps
- Bangalore's techies start 'brand tattoos' craze
- Indian circuses struggle to adapt after court bans
- Rs 8K-crore plan for upgrading ICVs of Army
- Man arrested for attempt to attack TV host Ranjini Haridas
- The toxic truth about ripe mangoes
- Shift me from ‘Anda’ cell, pleads Sanjay Dutt
- Jiju Janardhanan’s house in Kannur wears deserted look
- Indefinite strike leaves city parched; mineral water bottles fly off shop shelves
- Meghalaya's CMJ University faces probe after awarding suspicious PhDs
- Sreesanth, 2 other players 'confess'; more players under scanner
Should the law be changed to allow the BCCI to come under the RTI Act?
Yes - 94%
No - 6%
Total number of votes: 47