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Mount diplomatic pressure on Bangladesh: Advani


Pain, grief and a sense of shock
Relatives of victims crowd hospitals in Guwahati; many protests and processions held

National integrity is of paramount concern: PM


Cabinet clears Right to Education Bill
NEW DELHI: After several hiccups, the Union Cabinet on Thursday approved the introduction of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Bill (RTE), 2008, in the current session of Parliament. The Bill is the enabling legislation ...

Ban Ki-moon condemns Assam blasts
NEW DELHI: United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Friday strongly condemned the serial blasts in Assam which claimed over 70 lives. Beginning his press conference with the condemnation, the Secretary-General expressed his deep ...

Violence in jail: two terror suspects victims of communal attack
MANGALORE: Suspected terrorists Fakeer Bava and Rafique, lodged in the district sub-jail here, were admitted to the Government Wenlock Hospital after they were assaulted by six inmates, who broke into their quarantined cell at 6.30 p.m. on ...

“It will increase India’s vulnerability to global crisis”
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Friday disapproved of the Union Cabinet’s decision to increase the ceiling for foreign capital entry into the Indian insurance sector. The move would be counterproductive ...

Cabinet clears South Asian University Bill
NEW DELHI: The Union Cabinet on Thursday approved the introduction of the South Asian University (SAU) Bill in the “current” session of Parliament. The creation of the university was first mooted by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at ...

Gurta Gaddi fete reveals secular nature of Sikh faith
NANDED (MAHARASHTRA): The secular nature of Sikh faith can be seen in the tercentenary celebrations of Gurta Gaddi, as descendants of some of the Bhagats from different religions and communities whose compositions were included in the Guru ...

Kochi engineering student held for e-mail threat to Sonia
KOCHI: The city police arrested an engineering student on charges of sending an e-mail to President Pratibha Patil stating that UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi would be killed on November 14 and bombs set off at different places in the country. ...

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