Sanjay Dutt gets interim bail from Supreme Court

By Rajeev Sharma in New Delhi Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt was today granted interim bail by the Supreme Court in the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts case. The interim bail is till the time the TADA court in Mumbai provides a copy of judgement to Dutt. Sanjay is serving a six-year […]

India fights back: The anti-India N-deal cannot be operationalised

By Seema Mustafa Truth. This has been the casualty of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s decision to throw wide open the Indian doors for the United States in agriculture, defence, business, trade and of course civilian nuclear energy cooperation. Everything is being done under a cloak of secrecy, through denials, half […]

Karat explains stand on Indo-US N-deal in article

By RAMESH RAMACHANDRAN New Delhi, Aug. 18: CPI(M) general secretary Prakash Karat has taken the battle over the nuclear deal to the “ordinary people” and sought to explain his party’s opposition to the proposed India-United States civil nuclear cooperation agreement in a language that demystifies “complex issues” and “technical aspects […]

Left to Manmohan Singh: Stop N-deal with US or fall

By Seema Mustafa New Delhi: August 18: The countdown has begun for the Manmohan Singh government, which was put very effectively on notice by the CPI(M) after a two-day politburo meeting. “Don’t take the next step,” warned CPI(M) general secretary Prakash Karat, “or face serious consequences.” This, sources said, was […]

Labor to scrap Uranium deal with India: Kevin Rudd

By Neeraj Nanda Melbourne: Australia’s decision to export Uranium to India with conditions seems to have run into rough weather. The leader of opposition and Australian Labor Party leader Kevin Rudd, projected to be the next Prime Minister has said that he will scrap the deal if Labor comes to […]