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Tuesday, January 31, 2006
Lashkar planned terror strikes in south India
14 from Hyderabad, 6 from Gujarat were recruited for training Little is known about the overall command structure of Bangladesh-based jihadist groups operating in India
BSF orders probe into Kamakhya incident
Conflicting versions by priests and BSF men
New assignment a challenge: Ambika Soni
Asks officials to work out a plan to realise potential of tourism sector
Shinde against free power supply
NEW DELHI: The new Union Minister for Power, Sushil Kumar Shinde, on Monday said he would dissuade States from supplying free electricity. Interacting with newspersons after assuming office here, he said: "I agree with the Prime Minister that ...
India achieves leprosy eradication target
Prevalence rate stands at 0.95 cases per 10,000 population
``Al Fatah must reinvent itself''
"Poll verdict was against administration"
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