Cameron says can`t guarantee UK will stay in EU if Juncker gets top job: Magazine

British Prime Minister David Cameron has warned he would no longer be able to guarantee that Britain would remain a member of the European Union if European leaders elect Jean-Claude Juncker as European Commission chief, Germany`s Spiegel said.

Bhushan Sr. only Team Anna member to donate money

Former Law Minister Shanti Bhushan
is the only prominent Team Anna member who has donated money
to the anti-corruption movement led by Anna Hazare.

SP member suspended from Vidhan Sabha

Samajwadi Party MLA Mohammad
Alim Khan was suspended from the Uttar Pradesh assembly on Wednesday
for tearing a paper on the reporters` desk in the midst of
sharp exchanges between BSP and SP members.

South Sudan admitted to UN as 193rd member

South Sudan became the first country to join the world body since Montenegro in 2006.

`Seized cash belongs to Sai Central Trust member`

The security in-charge of
Prasanthi Nilayam has claimed that the vehicle from which about Rs
35 lakh was seized recently by police belonged to Sathya Sai
Central Trust member V Srinivasan.

Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council member shot dead

Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council
member Narendra Killing was today shot dead by suspected Karbi People Liberation Tiger militants at Bokajan in Karbi Anglong district of Assam, police said.

Aussies love flirting with a member of the cabin crew during a flight

Fifteen percent of men confessed flirting with a member of the cabin crew during a flight.

WB polls: Officer held for giving voter slip bulk to panchayat member

Six days before the first
phase assembly polls in Malda district a poll official was arrested from Kaliachak in Malda district on Tuesday following complaints that he deposited a huge number of voter slips to a panchayat member.

`Burgle and burn` gang member arrested in Delhi

A 21-year-old man, who leads
the `burgle and burn` gang following the arrest of their
leader, was apprehended in south Delhi, police said on Friday.

LS adjourns briefly as member takes ill

A Lok Sabha member took ill
moments after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh concluded his
reply to a debate on the President`s address prompting Speaker
Meira Kumar to adjourn the proceedings briefly.

Centre to challenge SC order on members of banned groups

The Centre has decided to
challenge a Supreme Court order that members of banned groups
cannot be treated as criminals till they indulge in violence,
saying police cannot wait for them to carry out terror acts.

2G scam: CBI questions former Telecom Commission member

Ahead of submitting its report
to the Supreme Court in the 2G scam, the CBI on Monday questioned
former Telecom Commission member K Sridhar in connection with
the allocation of spectrum in 2007-08.

Co-op Societies can expel member for owning more than one property: SC

Cooperative housing societies
can expel a member for owning more than one property as
acquiring concessional government land cannot be a ruse to
accumulate wealth, the Supreme Court has ruled.

NATO service member killed in eastern Afghanistan

NATO says one of its service members
has been killed in an insurgent attack in eastern Afghanistan.

Obstacles in becoming permanent member of UNSC: Krishna

Pressing for a permanent seat in the UNSC, India on Friday said there were "obstacles" in this and asked the five permanent members to "revise" their concepts on basic reforms of the world body to reflect current global realities.

LS takes up question in absence of member

Absence of a member during the
Question Hour on Thursday did not stop the Lok Sabha from taking up
a question submitted by him.

Ravi Pujari gang member injured in an encounter

An alleged member of Ravi Pujari
gang was on Friday shot in an encounter with police while he was
extorting money from a builder, police said.

District Consumers` Forum member cannot contest elections: HC

The Allahabad High Court on Tuesday
ruled that a full-time member of a District Consumers` Forum
cannot contest elections.

MIED member files Rs 140 crore suit against Samy Vellu

A whopping Rs 140 crore suit
has been filed against veteran Malaysian Indian politician
Samy Vellu by the educational arm of his party, the Malaysian
Indian Congress (MIC), accusing him of misappropriation.

Sonia makes light of Trinamool member`s concern over Bill

"Then we will have reservation for men," Congress President Sonia Gandhi said in lighter vein on Wednesday when a Trinamool Congress leader contended that men would be marginalised if the Women`s Reservation Bill was implemented.