- Chopper scam: Italy begins trial on Finmeccanica's former CEO
- CBI files 13th FIR in coal blocks allocation scam
- Foreigners too enjoy right to life, liberty on Indian soil: SC
- Delhi gangrape: Court refuses to hear Vinay's bail plea
- HC rejects plea for CBI probe into Saradha chitfund scam
- DMK seeks Congress support for Kanimozhi in RS polls
- Court allows lie detector test on Raja Bhaiyya
- HC seeks Bengal government's reply on poll security
- TN: Seven school students, van driver killed in mishap
- SC agrees to hear PIL on US surveillance of Internet data
- PM dismayed over Lanka move on 13th Amendment
- TN: Hectic parleys on for winning 6th RS seat
Bangalore Development Authority has developed a layout on Venkatanarayana lake and distributed sites to people who fear eviction if the lake gets restored.
With the DMK and DMDK tied down for the sixth seat from the State to Rajya Sabha, hectic parleys and the hunt for support from the Congress and other minor parties continued on Tuesday.
Indications are that the Assembly sittings in the days ahead will continue to be stormy with the Opposition adamant that Chief Minister Oommen Chandy resign and face a judicial investigation in the solar panel scam.
The Rs 1 rice scheme announced by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah will be launched with much fanfare on July 1, but it will reach the poor only between July 10 and 20.
Normalcy returned on the power front with Upper Kolab hydro power station resuming generation of electricity and the fourth unit of the Talcher Thermal Power Station back to the state grid.
A deadlock about who would attend the London conference from BCCI had started after N Srinivasan took an adamant stand on attending the meeting which put Jagmohan Dalmiya on the backfoot.
The All England Club released the seedings on Wednesday for this year's championships, with the top five in the ATP rankings where Djokovic is leading the No. 1 positon, followed by Murray, Federer, David Ferrer and Nadal.
Karzai's office issued a statement on Wednesday saying that his High Peace Council would neither attend nor participate in the talks until the process is completely in the hands of Afghans.
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- Slum removal scheme tweaked to make it more effective
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- 95 per cent stolen goods not recovered in Kerala, says NCRB
- Karnataka MLAs were frugal in their poll spending
- Now talcum powder linked to ovarian cancer
- Indian Coast Guards help rescue 26 crew from shipwreck near Yemen
- Thousands missing near Kedarnath shrine
- Army Major captures 'UFO' in Kerala
- Callgate: Doctors were prime target for Biju, Saritha Nair
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- Prices of 348 drugs to come down drastically from May 15
- Congress to vote in Nitish government's favour today
- Flaws in Koodankulam plant
Should the government spend more resources to set up a flood warning system?
Yes - 92%
No - 8%
Total number of votes: 80