Breather for Karnataka govt as speaker says resignations 'not in order'

Karnataka's Congress-Janata Dal (Secular) coalition government, on the verge of losing its majority after 14 exits, won a breather as Speaker Ramesh Kumar decided that the resignations were not in order

Rajiv Gandhi killer allowed to argue her plea for leave

Nalini Sriharan, a life convict in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case, was granted permission by the Madras High Court to appear in person on July 5 to argue for her petition requesting an ordinary leave of six months to make arrangements for...

The DMK has named three candidates for the elections to the Rajya Sabha from Tamil Nadu, effectively quashing speculations of former prime minister Manmohan Singh being fielded from Tamil Nadu

In an attempt to douse simmering discontent in the ruling coalition and ensuring stability of the one-year-old government, Karnataka Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy has expanded his Cabinet with the induction of two Independent MLAs - R. Shankar...

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