US considered tunnelling to bin Laden: Report

US commanders of the raid on Osama
bin Laden considered a more down-to-earth way of entering his
compound than swooping in by helicopter, a report said Tuesday.

HC to consider whether adultery is an offence

The constitutional validity of the
adultery law has come under judicial scanner, with the Bombay
High Court hearing a petition filed by a city-based
businessman challenging it.

Would consider the amendments to State vigilance Act: Omar

Amid the ongoing demand of a
stronger Lokpal Bill at the Centre, Jammu and Kashmir CM Omar Abdullah on Tuesday said the government would
consider the amendments to State vigilance Act as suggested by
a group of activists.

US considers resuming food aid to North Korea

The US is considering
resumption of food aid to North Korea amid fears people there
could starve after a harsh winter, top officials said on Wednesday.

Will consider Raja`s request on 2G debate when it comes: Meira

Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar
on Tuesday said she will consider any request from arrested former
telecom minister A Raja to participate in the debate on 2G
spectrum allocation scam once it comes on her table.

Pak did not consider evidence of Davis acting in defence: US

The US has again pressed for the
release of American official Raymond Davis, charged with murder, insisting that the authorities had not
considered eyewitness accounts and physical evidence that
showed he acted in self-defence.

Centre to consider a CBI probe into Sonawane`s murder: Kamat

Union Minister of State for Home
Gurudas Kamat on Friday visited the house of slain Additional
Collector Yashwant Sonawane and said the Centre would consider ordering a CBI
investigation into the officer`s murder.

`Govt considering giving minorities quota within OBC quota`

Government is considering
allocation of quota to minorities within the existing 27 per
cent reservation for OBCs in central services, Minority
Affairs minister Salman Khurshid said on Thursday.

Guj HC asks to consider IAS officers objection on disclosing APR

Gujarat HC has directed
the public information officer (PIO) of the state to consider
objections of state IAS, IPS and IFS officers on a petition
filed by an IAS officer demanding quashing of an RTI order
to provide APRs.

S Korea considers tunnels to China, Japan: Reports

South Korea has launched a
feasibility study into the construction of tunnels linking the
country with China and Japan for high-speed railways, reports
said on Tuesday.