2008, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
more for petrol and diesel New Delhi,
In a move that could send
the prices of food articles and inflation soaring, the
government today hiked the retail price of petrol by Rs 2 per
litre and diesel by Re 1 per litre. This move will benefit the
beleaguered oil marketing companies (OMCs) hit by rising
global crude prices.
Pappu Yadav gets life term for MLA’s murder Patna,
Lok Sabha member from Madhepura Rajesh Ranjan alias
Pappu Yadav was today sentenced to life imprisonment for
plotting the murder of CPM MLA Ajit Sarkar about a
decade ago in a judgement that could well spell doom for
his political career.
Rajesh Ranjan, alias Pappu Yadav (centre), is supported by
co-defendants Rajan Tiwari (left) and Anil Yadav as he leaves
a court hearing in Patna, where they were sentenced to life imprisonment for murder on Thursday. — AFP
Fake Certificates Munna’s
marriage void: Goa govt Mumbai,
Sanjay Dutt’s wedding with
Manyata has been declared void by the Goan government after it was
detected that the two had submitted fake certificates to facilitate the
marriage. Today the authorities suspended the talathi of Salcette taluka
for issuing residence certificates to the two which stated that both
were residents of Goa.
zooms by 817 points Reliance Power posts a 5.3 per
cent surge Mumbai, February 14
The markets staged an impressive
pull-back rally today, shrugging off fears whatsoever, with the
benchmark Sensex shooting up by more than 817 points on strong clues
from global markets as fears of a recession in US has started withering.
nod to delimitation New Delhi, February 14
The cabinet today gave its approval
for the redrawing of the legislative and parliamentary constituencies
accepting the recommendations of the Delimitation Commission. The
government will issue an ordinance, to be ratified by Parliament in its
forthcoming session, at the earliest.
From Mumbai to Patna Speaking Hindi
is their crime Patna, February 14
As soon as the train from Mumbai
stopped, hundreds tumbled out, in tears, recounting tales of horror from
India's financial capital and other Maharashtra towns from which they
had been forced to flee by activists of a political party.
is paranoid, says Kapil Dev New
Delhi, February 14
Cricket legend Kapil Dev has said
that the Indian Premier League is run by businessmen, unlike his Indian
Cricket League (ICL) which is managed by cricketers. “The ICL is any
day better than the IPL as it is the cricketers who are behind it, not
businessmen as is the case with the IPL,” he said.
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