Immoral or illegal? Court will decide on Yeddyurappa’s role
Petition claims the Karnataka CM favoured his son & son-in-law in land deal
Bangalore, February 3
A parallel courtroom drama unfolds in Bangalore tomorrow when a city civil court takes up the petition filed by the Karnataka Chief Minister’s son-in-law Sohan Kumar, seeking a stay on the prosecution of CM BS Yeddyurappa and others.
Major power outage in Punjab after two Lehra Mohabbat units go bust
Bathinda/Fatehgarh Sahib, Feb 3
Punjab reeled under a major power disruption today with two out of the four units of the Lehra Mohabbat thermal plant going out of order resulting in a daily shortfall of more than one hundred lakh units.
Food inflation jumps to 17.05%; PM takes stock
New Delhi, February 3
Food inflation jumped to 17.05 per cent in the third week of January, prompting the government to take stock of the price situation at the highest level.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh along with his senior Cabinet colleagues reviewed price situation as food inflation soared by 1.48 percentage points for the week ended January 22, driven by high prices of vegetables, fruits, milk and eggs.
After seven months & 16 attempts, Nepal finally gets a Prime Minister
Ending a seven-month-long standoff over the prime ministerial election, Nepal's Parliament on Thursday elected veteran communist leader and chairman of the Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist Leninist
(CPN-UML) Jhalanath Khanal as the new prime minister of the Federal Republic of Nepal after Leftists formed an alliance.
Jhalanath Khanal: Communist to the core