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Deregister parties backing terrorists, separatists: BJP
Rajnath: ISI has launched economic terrorism
BANGALORE: More than one crore workers of the Bharatiya Janata Party will court arrest in different States on August 21 in protest against the decision by the Jammu and Kashmir government to withdraw the grant of land to the Shri Amarnathji ...
Centre to file affidavit on SIMI role in bombings
New Delhi: The Supreme Court will hear on August 25 the Centre’s petition seeking extension of the stay on a tribunal order quashing the notification declaring the Students Islamic Movement of India an unlawful organisation. The ...
India to step up defence cooperation with Russia
NEW DELHI: India and Russia resolved to continue with defence cooperation in a number of sensitive areas during a two-day meeting which ended here on Tuesday. The two sides exchanged views on implementation of current projects like T-90 ...
Rahul: my father believed in people
He said this when I once asked him, `papa why don't you quit politics'
Habib Mian, 138, dead
JAIPUR: Habib Mian alias Rahim Khan — perhaps the oldest man in the world — died here on early Tuesday morning after a brief illness at the age of 138. He was suffering from fever and dysentery and he breathed his last at ...
Clinical trials: Brinda writes to Anbumani
NEW DELHI: Brinda Karat, Communist Party of India (Marxist) Polit Bureau member, has said that liberalisation of procedures for granting permission for the conduct of clinical trials was putting at risk the lives and health of the citizens. ...
Samiti not keen on role for Advani
Not all elements in SASS are pro-BJP
Maharashtra has a long way to go in healthcare
MUMBAI: While Maharashtra is wealthier than the nation as a whole based on the wealth index, persistent malnutrition and widespread anaemia continue to be a significant problem for children and adults in the State. More than two out of ...
Mamata meets industry chiefs
Kolkata: Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday interacted with industry chiefs and chambers of commerce, urging industry as well as the Tatas to join her in her efforts to get back to farmers 400 acres of their land ...
Bangladesh police cross border, take away Indian
KOLKATA: Police from Bangladesh allegedly entered the Indian side of the “zero line” separating the two countries in the Dinhata sub-division of West Bengal’s Cooch Behar district and shot an Indian national before dragging ...
“Haywood should not have been allowed to leave India”
MUMBAI: U.S. citizen Kenneth Haywood, from whose Internet Protocol address a terror e-mail threat was sent just before the Ahmedabad blasts, should not have been allowed to leave India, Parambir Singh, Additional Commissioner, Anti-Terrorism ...
Congress-SP coordination committee formed
NEW DELHI: A Congress-Samajwadi Party Coordination Committee similar to the kind of arrangement that existed between the United Progressive Alliance and the Left parties before the latter withdrew support to the government has been formed. ...
Congress plans pre-poll strategy with SP
‘There is a possibility of talks with Ajit Singh’
Suicide attempt by woman RAW official?
NEW DELHI: A woman Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) official allegedly attempted suicide by taking some poisonous substance at the Prime Minister’s Office here on Tuesday. She was stated to be out of danger. The incident took place ...
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