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Source of leaks must be traced: Yashwant Sinha
It is clear that “some people in the party” are responsible
Call for alternative government was unrealistic, says CPI(M)
“Near unanimity over withdrawal of support to government”
Parents want Australian government to probe death of Indian student
Chandigarh: The parents of an Indian student, who died in Australia in February, sought the support of the Indian government on Monday to ask Australia for a probe. “We want the support of Indian government in asking the ...
Religious leaders dismiss fatwa against Shahrukh Khan
Bareilly: An Islamic seminary has issued a fatwa against Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan for allegedly making comments against Islam even as Muslim religious leaders distanced themselves from the decree, calling it “unnecessary” as ...
Residents of N.C. Hills villages to be relocated
Counter-insurgency operation to begin
Erosion of support, disunity blamed
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) has concluded that there was some erosion of support among rural and urban poor and sections of the middle class in West Bengal, while disunity in the Left Democratic Front and the party ...
Two confirmed cases of A(H1N1) in Maharashtra
MUMBAI: Maharashtra has two confirmed cases of A(H1N1), detected in Mumbai. The test results of a third person admitted to a Pune hospital are awaited, officials said. Of the 36 affected across the State, 33 have tested negative. The ...
“Differences with Trinamool will be sorted out”
KOLKATA: Any “misunderstanding” with the Trinamool Congress leadership that may have been arisen over the Centre’s decision to help the West Bengal government to combat violence will be sorted out through discussions, Union ...
Mamata distances herself from PSBJC
Kolkata: Distancing her party from the Maoist-backed Police Santrash Birodhi Janashadharaner Committee (PSBJC) that has been active in Lalgarh , Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee said here on Monday that the paths being pursued by her ...
Talks under way to recast literacy mission
NEW DELHI: The government on Monday started the process of recasting the National Literacy Mission as the National Mission for Female Literacy so as to focus on women’s education. This follows President Pratibha Patil’s promise, in ...
Congress welcomes ban
NEW DELHI: The Congress has welcomed the Centre’s decision to ban the Communist Party of India (Maoist) and declare it a terrorist organisation. Describing the CPI (Maoist) as a guerrilla outfit, party spokesperson Shakeel Ahmed ...
Good tidings on monsoon front
NEW DELHI: There is some good news on the monsoon front. There are strong indications that the system could get a major boost on Thursday. Director-General of the India Meteorological Department (IMD) Ajit Tyagi said on Monday that the ...
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