New Delhi, February 16
Amid reports of terrorist groups establishing legitimate businesses to fund their activities, the Central government on Friday said such outfits are making inroads into big cities and operating clandestinely.
Insurance cover for cops likely
The government is planning to provide insurance cover to all police personnel in the country in view of the increasing risks faced by them, including terror attacks.
Indian docs in UK stream back
London, February 16
Nearly 5,000 Indian doctors have so far returned home after failing to find suitable employment in Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) that forced them to live with rats, cockroaches and scrounge for free meals in temples and gurdwaras.
New Delhi, February 16
The Centre is seriously mulling the option of imposing President’s rule in Uttar Pradesh following a close reading of the Supreme Court verdict on the disqualification of defected BSP MLAs, who had helped form the Mulayam Singh Yadav government three years ago.
Mulayam to prove majority on Feb 26
UP Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav tonight said he would prove his majority in the Assembly on February 26. In a statement, he said the Assembly, currently in session, would meet on February 26 and he would prove his majority in the House on that day.
Dehra Dun, February 16.
Battle lines have been clearly drawn for the second Assembly elections in Uttarakhand that goes to the poll on February 21.
Congress chief Sonia Gandhi waves to the crowd at an election rally in New Tehri on Friday.
Bus Burning Case Death for three Jaya men, 7-yr RI for 25 Chennai, February 16
Three All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) men were sentenced to death by the Salem Sessions Court today and 25 others to seven years’ rigorous imprisonment in the sensational bus burning case seven years ago.
Shashi Tharoor to be
minister? New Delhi, February 16
Former United Nations
undersecretary-general Shashi Tharoor, who ran unsuccessfully for the
top post of the world body, may be inducted into Prime Minister Manmohan
Singh's Council of Ministers, highly placed sources said. (Details on
Trilateral axis growing in stature: Trubnikov
Moscow to help set up 4 N-power stations in India New Delhi, February 16
The trilateral axis among India, Russia and China was growing in strength with better understanding and achieved purpose economic and geopolitical substance.
Washington, February 16
An orbiting spacecraft has sent back new evidence for the presence of water on Mars. Scientists have long debated whether water flowed on the Red planet, with evidence increasing in recent years.
An undated photo released by NASA shows the surface of Mars displaying the effects of ancient underground fluids
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