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Mirwaiz meets jihad commanders
Muzaffarabad discussions fuel rumours of looming split in terrorist leadership on talks issue

Border intruder not a terrorist?
"May have been deranged or drunk"

"Social dialogue" on land use mooted
"Is a confrontation between agriculture and industrialisation unavoidable?"

ULFA took advantage of ceasefire: Assam Governor
GUWAHATI: : The United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) has never shown a positive response to Government peace initiatives. It had instead "regrouped and consolidated its weak positions" by taking advantage of the ceasefire during the period ...

R-Day peaceful in J&K; strike hits normal life
State Government urges militants to shun violence and join mainstream

Tricolour hoisted in village
MARRAH (SURANKOTE): The Republic Day celebrations in this remote area of Jammu and Kashmir were devoid of any official paraphernalia, but in the fight against terror this erstwhile militancy-dominated region sent out a strong message. Locals ...

Tableaux keep them in thrall
They add zing to military might

Overseas celebrations
President Kalam's address read out

Sportsmen, authors attend "At Home"
NEW DELHI:

Congress not to field senior leaders for Uttarakhand elections
A move to prevent intense competition for the Chief Minister's chair

Chronicling Bengal through the ages
KOLKATA: : An atlas that allows one a glimpse into the past is bound to delight any history lover. And, with the second volume of an annotated archaeological atlas chronicling West Bengal's past about to be published this year, there is reason to ...

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