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New Delhi, June 19 : With the Central Bureau of Investigation expected to record the statement of T K A Nair, the senior-most bureaucrat in the Prime Minister's Office, in the coal blocks allocation scam case, Communist Party of India leader D. Raja on Wednesday said Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh will have to own a responsibility.
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After dumping ally BJP, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday comfortably won a vote of confidence in his government in the Bihar Assembly amid signals of a new political alignment as Congress backed the motion.
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India's prime minister said Wednesday that the death toll from flooding this week in the northern state of Uttrakhand had surpassed 100 and could rise substantially.
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Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: The Congress Core Group on Wednesday began its meeting here to discuss the ambitious Food Security Bill.
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Air force helicopters searched for survivors in northern India after days of monsoon rains triggered flash floods and landslides, killing more than 130 people and leaving hundreds missing.
Zee Media Bureau Dehradun: The famous Kedarnath shrine and the surrounding valley were severely damaged and submerged in mud and slush after unprecedented flash floods hit the area and other parts of Uttarakhand.
A panel set up by India 's finance ministry has recommended increasing foreign investment limits in industries including defense, telecom and retail, said three government officials with knowledge of the matter.
New Delhi, June 18: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Tuesday told a delegation of Sri Lanka Tamil MPs that he was "dismayed" by reports suggesting that Colombo planned to dilute certain key provisions of the 13th Amendment on devolution of powers to provinces ahead of polls to the Northern Provincial Council.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. But that may be about to change because Japan is poised to leave China for India, adding huge benefits to the South Asian country in terms of jobs creation, technological transfer, transformation of infrastructure and military partnership.
Despite Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's praise for Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Congress kept cards close to its chest on whether its members of Legislative Assembly would vote in favour of the trust vote sought by him on Wednesday "We are observing... The committee will decide whether we will align with it... It will decide," party spokesman ... (more)
Dasgupta, who had previously alleged that Moily was favouring RIL by proposing a steep increase in gas prices, said the company is producing under 15 million standard cubic metres per day of gas against its own stated target of 80. Lower production, which was because RIL refused to drill wells it had committed when it got KG-D6 gas field capex ... (more)
New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's advisor T K A Nair will soon be called by the CBI to record his statement in the coal blocks allocation scam case even as the agency summoned as accused former Coal Secretary H C Gupta and quizzed two former PMO officials.
New Delhi, June 17 : Inducted into the Manmohan Singh government Monday, Sis Ram Ola, a veteran Congress leader from Rajasthan, had also served as cabinet minister in the first UPA government, holding charge of the labour and employment ministry and then mines.
Manmohan Singh in May last year, had recommended a permanent CoSC chairman to exercise "administrative control" over the nuclear arsenal, head a separate joint special forces command, prioritize modernization of the armed forces and prepare annual defence operational status reports.
Hyderabad, June 17: The induction of two Congress leaders from Andhra Pradesh in the union ministry Monday has increased the southern state's representation to an all-time high.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa Monday charged the Ministry of External Affairs of maintaining an "apathetic silence" on the issue of Indian fishermen being attacked by the Sri Lankan navy.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today appeared to be warming up to Janata Dal , which has dumped the BJP, by describing Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar as secular and saying that "in politics there are no permanent enemies or permanent friends".