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Supreme Court dismisses N-deal petition

The Supreme Court dismisses a petition seeking Parliament's approval before going ahead with the agreement on Indo-US nuclear deal saying it was a policy matter not to be examined by it.

india Updated: Oct 13, 2007 23:40 IST

New Delhi: The Supreme Court dismisses a petition seeking Parliament's approval before going ahead with the agreement on Indo-US nuclear deal saying it was a policy matter not to be examined by it.

Bangalore: Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy decides to resign after a blunt message from the Governor that he had no numbers to prove his majority and may better step down.

Tuesday
New Delhi: Karnataka is brought under central rule after collapse of the JD(S)-BJP coalition government with a Presidential proclamation that kept the state assembly in suspended animation.

Mumbai: Treading cautiously on the Indo-US nuke deal, visiting IAEA chief Mohammed ElBaradei says it is "ready" for talks on safeguards whenever India approaches it but remained non-committal over the sensitive issue figuring in parleys with Indian leaders.

Wednesday
New Delhi: Assembly elections in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh will be held in two phases on December 11 and 16 and November 11 and December 19 respectively, the Election Commission announces, slightly advancing the schedule in the hill state on account of weather conditions.

New Delhi: Amid continued opposition by Left parties to Indo-US nuclear deal, IAEA chief Mohammad El Baradei says there was no deadline for negotiating the safeguards agreement with India and the agency would wait till the "domestic political dialogue" gets over here.

New Delhi: In a major reprieve to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati, the Supreme Court dismisses an application challenging the refusal of the State Governor to sanction her prosecution in the Rs 175-crore Taj corridor case.