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Security forces move into Lalgarh
LALGARH (WEST BENGAL): As Central paramilitary forces and the State Armed Police personnel marched into the Lalgarh police station here on Saturday — third day of the joint offensive against Maoists and the Maoist-backed Police Santrash ...
We will give serious thought to banning Maoists: Buddhadeb
NEW DELHI: West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee said on Saturday that his government would give a “serious thought” to the Centre’s suggestion to ban the CPI (Maoists). “Home Minister P. ...
Obama rules out mediation on Kashmir
Washington: President Barack Obama has firmly ruled out any U.S. mediation on the Kashmir issue. Describing both India and Pakistan as “great friends” of the U.S., he said Washington hoped the two would resolve their ...
Shourie raises accountability issue
Maneka lashes out at Arun Jaitley for “leaking” internal matters to the media
Halt operations, start talks: Maoist leader
KOLKATA: Top ranking Maoist leader Koteshwar Rao alias Kishenji, who is believed to have played a key role in the outfit’s activities in the troubled Lalgarh area of Paschim Medinipur district, said on Saturday the West Bengal government ...
Attacks on cadre part of wider game plan: CPI(M)
26/11 hearing put off again for want of judge
ISLAMABAD: The proceedings against five Lashkar-e- Taiba suspects arrested by Pakistan for involvement in the Mumbai terror attacks were adjourned yet again on Saturday for want of a judge, this time to July 4. Anti-Terror Court 2, to ...
Tehran on knife-edge
Reports of deaths after blast at shrine
Aircraft lacked proper clearance: IAF
It gave a military call sign instead of a civilian sign for which it took permission from authorities
Four NDFB militants killed in Assam
GUWAHATI: Four militants of the National Democratic Front of Boroland were killed in two separate encounters with the security forces in Kokrajhar and Sonitpur districts of Assam on Saturday. At Kachugaon, 20 km northeast of Gossaigaon ...
Solar power plant likely at Udangudi
The clash of the sub-continental titans
Both teams play with flair and passion; a tactically stimulating final on the cards
Families of missing fishermen still hopeful
Sri Lanka tames Windies, makes final
London: Seamer Angelo Mathews struck deadly blows at the start and then the spinners strangulated the batsmen. Under pressure from a varied attack that bowled with immense control, the West Indies, save its valiant skipper Chris Gayle, caved ...
Lucas Glover snatches lead
Jeev’s impeccable U.S. Open record looks in jeopardy
Climate change: Pachauri to help out Maharashtra
Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan on Friday announced the formation of a committee under the guidance of Nobel laureate Rajendra Pachauri to combat problems arising from climate change. “This is one of many ...
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