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Centre backs appeal for talks with Maoists
Operation launched in Lalgarh by police and paramilitary forces will take time, says Chidambaram
Police beat up journalists
LALGARH/KOLKATA: State Armed Police personnel beat up journalists covering the gun battle between the Central forces and Maoists at Kuldiha, 12 km from Lalgarh, in West Bengal’s Paschim Medinipur district on Friday. The police had ...
Let us maximise use of renewable energy: Farooq
“No grid access for over 56 per cent of rural households”
Cabinet extends stock limit order on sugar traders by six months
State Chief Secretaries will bring about moderation in prices
3G: Pranab, Raja meet Manmohan Singh
Cabinet to take final decision on pricing; reserve price for a pan-India licence could be Rs.4,040 cr.
BJP admits Varun’s hate speeches did harm its image
Jaswant Singh says he stands by the issues he raised
BJP admits Varun’s speeches did harm its image
NEW DELHI: For the first time since the declaration of the election results, the Bharatiya Janata Party acknowledged that Varun Gandhi’s hate speeches in Pilibhit might have done irreparable harm to its image and what he said did not ...
Fast track court will hear rape case: Ashok Chavan
Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan announced on Friday that a fast track court would hear the rape case in which film actor Shiney Ahuja is the accused. He addressed journalists along with Dr. Girija Vyas, chairperson of the ...
Now, AI asks top officials to forgo July salary
NEW DELHI: Financial crisis in Air India has deepened further with top management officials being requested to forgo their salaries and productivity-linked incentives (PLI), which are due for payment in July. The cash-strapped national ...
BSP to seek support of upper castes, Muslims
LUCKNOW: In a bid to thwart the Congress’ plan to make inroads into the support base of the Bahujan Samaj Party, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Friday said the support of the upper castes and Muslims would be enlisted through ...
Defence units asked to give time-bound commitment
Antony asks deputy to carry out oversight operations regularly
“Charge against Trinamool proved”
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Friday said the admission by a Maoist leader vindicated the party’s charge that the Trinamool Congress was behind the Lalgarh violence in West Bengal. Left Front chairman Biman ...
No link with Maoists: Trinamool
KOLKATA: Denying the Left allegations of links between the Trinamool Congress and the Maoists, Leader of the Opposition Partha Chatterjee on Friday said the Lalgarh attacks were a factional fight of the CPI(M). “It is a fight ...
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