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89 militants surrender
TEZPUR (ASSAM), DEC. 16. Following the Royal Bhutan Army's crackdown on Indian militant camps on its territory, 89 rebels belonging to ULFA, NDFB, NSCN and ATTF surrendered to the Indian Army here today. Disclosing this to mediapersons here ...
16 MLAs suspended from Assembly
SHIMLA, DEC. 16.The Speaker of the Himachal Pradesh Assembly, Gangu Ram Musafir, today suspended 15 BJP and the lone Loktantrik Morcha MLA, Mohinder Singh Thakur, for four days for disturbing the House. The only exception was the leader of the ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Saddam capture dominates House proceedings
JAMMU, DEC. 16. The capture of Saddam Hussein by U.S.-led forces in Iraq on Saturday last dominated the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly today with some members stressing that the ousted Iraqi President be treated like a prisoner of war ...
Seven ultras killed
JAMMU, DEC. 16.The total number of terrorists killed in the forests area of Poonch district has reached seven as the Army operation is still on. Troops have cordoned off the Nanglai forests area where about 10 terrorists have been holed up since ...
Governor spells out priorities
BHOPAL, DEC. 16.The Madhya Pradesh Government will endeavour to broaden the taxation base to mobilise fiscal resources, besides giving priority to bolstering infrastructure amenities. Delivering his address in the maiden session of the 12th ...
Sheila to take up CAS issue with I&B Ministry
NEW DELHI, DEC. 16. Asserting that it would not be found wanting as far as interests of subscribers with regard to the Conditional Access System (CAS) was concerned, the Delhi Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit, today indicated that she would take up ...
New Ministers face uphill task
NEW DELHI, DEC. 16. As the new Council of Ministers, also known as "Team Delhi'', gets down to the job of governance, it will not only be weighed down by the high expectations of the people but will also be under pressure to deliver. A mix of ...
The slaughter of the turtles
BHUBANESWAR, DEC. 16. It is honeymoon time on the Orissa coast, again. Mating pairs of the Olive Ridley sea turtles are floating merrily. But a mass murder of the endangered amphibians is turning the placid blue waters crimson red. ``At least ...
Constitutional breakdown in State: BJP
NEW DELHI, DEC. 16. The Bharatiya Janata Party today stopped short of demanding the imposition of President's Rule in Punjab, saying that the State Government was not functioning and there was a "constitutional breakdown'' in the State. The ...
Centre releases Rs. 137 cr. as drought relief
JAIPUR, DEC. 16.The Centre has sanctioned the release of Rs. 137.71 crores to Rajasthan as an incentive for the accelerated power development and reforms programme, after the Chief Minister, Vasundhara Raje, met the Union Finance Minister, ...
New leader of Congress
RAIPUR, DEC. 16. The AICC president, Sonia Gandhi, on Monday, nominated the senior tribal leader, Mahendra Karma, as the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader of Chhattisgarh. At the CLP meeting, the AICC general secretary, R.K. Dhawan, ...
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