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Infiltration across LoC continuing: Walker
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 24.The British Chief of Defence Staff, Michael Walker, today said Britain agreed with India that Pakistan-sponsored infiltration was continuing from the line of control (LoC) into Jammu & Kashmir. "That seems to be the case,'' ...
Air India cuts fares to U.S, Europe
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 24. Air India has cut the economy class fares to several destinations in Europe and the United States in an effort to increase outbound traffic during the lean season, a top company official confirmed today. Fares to London ...
CBI grills Amarmani Tripathi
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 24. Two days after securing the custody of the former Uttar Pradesh Minister, Amarmani Tripathi, on the suspicion that he was "involved" in the Lucknow-based poetess Madhumita Shukla's murder case, the agency today began ...
Fear, suspicion stalk Manoharpur
MANOHARPUR, SEPT. 24.An uneasy calm prevails in Manoharpur, the sleepy tribal village in Orissa's Keonjhar district, two days after a designated CBI court awarded the death penalty to Dara Singh for his involvement in the killing of the ...
Joshi consults lawyers
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 24. The Human Resource Development Minister, Murli Manohar Joshi, who resigned from the Union Cabinet on September 19 following the Rae Bareli court order that he, along with seven others, is to be formally chargesheeted on ...
Pujas, security mark Akshardham anniversary
AHMEDABAD, SEPT. 24.Prayers were offered at the Akshardham temple in Gandhinagar this morning and homage was paid to the 33 people who were killed in the terrorist attack last year, marking the first anniversary of one of the worst attacks on a ...
Dispute over Akshardham attack sequence
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 24. One full year after the terrorist assault on the Akshardham Temple in Gandhinagar, the two police forces investigating the outrage remain locked in a fierce dispute over who carried out the attack and how they did it. The ...
Other Stories

  • Centre directed to notify hazardous wastes
  • Guntur's bit for science
  • No review of age reduction for AI air-hostesses: SC
  • J&K Minister rejoins duty
  • SC `no' to petition seeking review of ruling on strike
  • Yolanda King faults U.S. war on terror
  • Talks soon with States on setting up river basin organisations
  • Campaigning ends for Orissa by-poll
  • SP, Cong. falling apart?
  • Maharashtra Minister to move SC against HC order
  • Laloo turns the heat on Minister for `firewalk'
  • Vajpayee is our leader, reiterates BJP
  • Gesture to Gallantry award winners
  • Funds stopped for road projects in 7 States



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