Babri Masjid: SC adjourns hearing till Feb 8 next year

Our Correspondent / NEW DELHI The Supreme Court today decided to hear the civil appeals filed by various parties challenging the 2010 Allahabad High Court verdict on the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title dispute on February 8 next year. A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices Ashok Bhushan and S A Nazeer also asked … Continue reading Babri Masjid: SC adjourns hearing till Feb 8 next year

SC sets aside Gauhati High Court order on citizenship issue in Assam

The Order provide relief to 47.09 lakh applicants, who use the document to establish linkage with fathers and husbands Jamiat Ulma e Hind (A) which approched the apex court has welcomed the ruling saying it is great victory for innocent people of Assam   Our Correspondent / NEW DELHI In a major ruling, the Supreme … Continue reading SC sets aside Gauhati High Court order on citizenship issue in Assam

Samajwadi Party also raises doubts about EVMs

  AMN / New Delhi In an attempt to take the sting out of BJP’s victory in the recently-held civic elections in Uttar Pradesh, the Samajwadi Party on Tuesday said that the BJP won only in those constituencies where electronic voting machines (EVMs) were used. Addressing a press conference here, party’s national general secretary Ramgopal … Continue reading Samajwadi Party also raises doubts about EVMs

मुसलमानो की टैक्टिल वोटिंग ने भाजपा की जीत में डाला खलल

विधानसभा चुनाव में 42 प्रतिशत वोट मिले थे जो कि इस बार घटकर मात्र 30 प्रतिशत रह गये जबकि निर्दलीयों प्रत्याशियों को मिले मतों का प्रतिशत भी 32 है यानि भाजपा को मिले मतों से दो प्रतिशत ज्यादा। शहजाद अख्तर / लखनऊ उत्तर प्रदेश में हुए निकाय चुनाव में जीत को लेकर भारतीय जनता पार्टी … Continue reading मुसलमानो की टैक्टिल वोटिंग ने भाजपा की जीत में डाला खलल

India appoints FICCI as national guaranteeing association for TIR system

By Kushal Jeena /NEW DELHI The Central government has appointed Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, FICCI, as guaranteeing association for the operation of TIR system in the country to facilitate free movement of goods under customs control across international border, without any cross border check. Known as Transports Internationaux Routiers or international … Continue reading India appoints FICCI as national guaranteeing association for TIR system

Rahul Gandhi set to be party chief unopposed

AMN / New Delhi Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi is all set to be elevated as party president as he is the only candidate left in the fray after the scrutiny of papers on Tuesday. ‘All the 89 sets of nomination papers filed by Mr Gandhi yesterday were found to be valid,’ chairman of the party … Continue reading Rahul Gandhi set to be party chief unopposed

Congress changes course, fields Manmohan to counter Modi on economy

By Kushal Jeena / NEW DELHI As first phase of upcoming assembly polls in Gujarat approaches, the Congress has formulated a two-pronged electoral strategy to counter Prime Minister Narendra Modi on two major political and economic fronts bringing in former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh on economic and Rahul Gandhi on political fronts. Singh, who … Continue reading Congress changes course, fields Manmohan to counter Modi on economy

UAE participate in joint military exercises with US, UK and France

UAE Armed Forces along with the UK, US and French armies are participating in joint exercises in Abu Dhabi. The drill code-named as “Flag4” started yesterday. The two-week exercise is part of the effort to consolidate multilateral relations, and to increase co-ordination between the UAE Armed Forces and participating nations. State news agency WAM reported … Continue reading UAE participate in joint military exercises with US, UK and France

Sri Lanka: 2000 people arrested who deserted army during LTTE war

WEB DESK Sri Lankan army has arrested more than two thousand people from its ranks who had deserted the army during LTTE war and failed to surrender during a general amnesty programme last month. Army spokesman Brigadier Roshan Seneviratne told media that they have arrested 2019 persons out of more than 28,000 who were missing … Continue reading Sri Lanka: 2000 people arrested who deserted army during LTTE war

Saudi Arabia, Qatar FMs attend round-table talks ahead of regional Gulf summit

AMN The Foreign Ministers of Saudi Arabia and Qatar attended round-table talks yesterday ahead of a regional Gulf summit, in their first such encounter since Riyadh cut all ties with Doha. Oman’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Yussef bin Alawi sat between Qatar’s Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani and his Saudi counterpart … Continue reading Saudi Arabia, Qatar FMs attend round-table talks ahead of regional Gulf summit