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Lok Sabha Results: Top 30 Losers

Here's a list of 30 prominent names that failed in the race to the lower house of Parliament.

Singhvi CD row: Khurshid seeks to draw line between public and private life

Defending Singhvi Cong leader said one 'should not intrude where we should not be intruding'.


Constitutional status for Lokpal a delaying tactic: Team Anna

Move for Constitutional body is follow-up to proposal made by Rahul Gandhi at last month's LS debate on Lokpal.

Delhi Underground

Politics does not seem to be honouring party lines these days. Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit’s detractors in the Congress,who had been lying low ever since she returned to power for the third time in 2008,began striking again after the recent Commonwealth Games audit reports and power traffic hike.

Anand Karaj Act: Dal Khalsa seeks PM intervention

Dal Khalsa,a Sikh body on Monday said the the Centre’s decision to drop the proposal to convert Anand Karaj (Marriage) Act into a legislation to govern Sikh marriages was illogical.

‘We’ve trusted people to give the trigger of a nuclear weapon in the hands of a person they’ve elected but can’t trust them about the Lokpal Bill?’

In this Walk the Talk on NDTV 24x7,Law Minister Salman Khursheed talks to The Indian Express editor-in-chief Shekhar Gupta about his new job and its challenges,judicial reforms and the Lokpal Bill.


Khursheed to head Uttar Pradesh election panel

Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee (UPCC) on Saturday appointed Union Law Minister,Salman Khursheed,as chairman of the UP Election Manifesto Committee.

Manmohan accepts SG resignation

He had asserted that he had resigned to protect the dignity of the office of SG.

Khursheed: Decision on SG after consulting PM

After having spoken to his predecessor Veerappa Moily first thing in the morning,Salman Khursheed officially took over as the new Law Minister

Judiciary not against the govt,says Khursheed

I don’t think you should go by the perception that judiciary is against the government.