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Pranab says ‘no’ to Gorkhaland demand
Centre ready to hold talks without pre-conditions

When will Gen. Sinha leave?
Home Ministry officials in a fix

Progress in Gujjar talks
JAIPUR: The talks between Gujjars and the Rajasthan government on the contentious issue of Scheduled Tribe status to the community appeared making some progress after the second day’s consultations here on Saturday. Both sides have ...

“Personal attacks unacceptable”
There was no provocation from the DMK, says Karunanidhi

DMK women’s conference begins
CUDDALORE: The maiden two-day State-level conference of the women’s wing of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam began at the Periyar complex in Perarignar Anna Nagar on Manjakuppam grounds here on Saturday. Party president M. Karunanidhi ...

Japan quake leaves 6 dead, 140 injured
KURIHARA (Japan): Military helicopters and fire department rescue squads raced to find 11 people missing after a deadly earthquake in mountainous northern Japan sent whole hillsides crashing down on Saturday, killing at least six and injuring ...

Testing times for troops on Line of Control
Infiltrators using more sophisticated techniques

Centre acts to check steel prices
NEW DELHI: In a significant move to shore up steel availability and contain rising prices in the domestic market, the government on Friday increased the export duty on long steel products from 10 to 15 per cent and imposed an ad valorem duty ...

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Inspired Pakistan takes down India
Younis and Salman score well-paced centuries

No safe exit for Musharraf: Sharif
Islamabad: The former Pakistani Premier, Nawaz Sharif, on Saturday said President Pervez Musharraf must be held accountable for all his actions as protestors gathered near Parliament to demand the restoration of judges sacked by the embattled ...

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