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- Target Uttar Pradesh: Modi goes to Varanasi, Rajnath to Lucknow
- SC stays death penalty of two Delhi gang-rape convicts till March 31
- AICC spokesman lashes out against PM's silence and negative publicity
- Court imposes fine of Rs 2,500 each on Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia
- Rahul Gandhi dubs poll surveys as 'jokes'
India's top court on Thursday upheld a decision to revoke the operating licences of several mobile phone companies after police said the sale of the licences was tainted by corruption.
Eight carriers including the local subsidiary of Russia's Sistema and Indian firms Idea Cellular, Videocon Telecommunications and Tata Teleservices, were affected by the court order.
United Breweries Ltd said the brand "Kingfisher" has not been pledged by the company to any lender to secure its loans and added no shares of the company are pledged to the lenders of Kingfisher Airlines Ltd.
- Sale of sarees in ‘NaMo boxes’ banned in Pilibhit
- Curfew in Valley after youth’s death in police firing, probe ordered
- Kejriwal attacks Modi, his ‘growth’ model
- Mulayam blames central schemes for graft at village level
- UK to bring alive role of Indian soldiers
- Shalimar Mall owner held for duping resident
- BJP projected to sweep Gujarat, Rajasthan, Karnataka; Congress to get big jolt in Maharashtra
- Editors body slams Arvind Kejriwal for ‘irresponsible’ media remark, says it is a sign of ‘weakness’
- Trouble in alliance with Congress, TRS turns to BJP
- Minority panel removed my riot report against Modi: Ex-Secy