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Hope West Bengal government will also do so: Chidambaram
Misguided outfits should be fought politically, says Left Front
KOLKATA: The ruling Left Front in West Bengal believes that the activities of outfits such as the Communist Party of India (Maoist) cannot be countered by banning them. But the State government will ascertain whether the Centre’s ...
Shopian officials sacked for lapses
Justice Jan Commission criticises handling of investigation
Bandh hits life
Kolkata: Two Maoists were killed in Malkangiri district in Orissa, while life was hit in West Bengal’s West Midnapore district during a bandh called by the Maoists in five States on Monday in protest against the offensive by the ...
India open to resuming talks with Pakistan
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday said India was open to resuming talks with Pakistan provided Islamabad created a congenial atmosphere. He said this in the course of a conversation with Jammu and Kashmir Communist Party of ...
Ban on Maoists will not serve any purpose: Karat
“We have to combat them politically and administratively”
Despite judicial probe, truth on Shopian deaths elusive
Progress in investigation hampered by failure to gather credible forensic evidence
Lalgarh: it’s wait and watch
Combing operations in villages adjacent to Lalgarh police station continue
Ready for dialogue if government agrees to some of our demands: Maoists
LALGARH (PASCHIM MEDINIPUR DT.): Keeping the option of dialogue with the West Bengal government on the Lalgarh issue open, Communist Party of India (Maoist) spokesperson Gour Chakraborty said on Monday that the organisation might also consider ...
Sania battles past Anna-Lena Groenefeld
Federer has it easy against Yen-Hsun Lu; Seppi shocks Blake
Swine flu cases rise to 63
Condition of woman in Delhi serious
Saina’s feat no less than winning All England title: Gopi Chand
NEW DELHI: For a couple of years now, Saina Nehwal has held the promise of being India’s flag-bearer among the badminton elite. Her steady progress shows that the world junior girls’ champion is on the right track. Significantly, ...
I am absolutely determined to improve the condition of sports people: Gill
The Union Cabinet Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs, M.S. Gill, is confident that the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi will be a landmark event. In an interview to The Hindu, he spoke about the preparations for the Games, ...
ULFA calls 12-hour bandh on June 25
Guwahati: The United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) has called for a 12-hour Assam bandh from 5 a.m. on June 25 to protest the killing of two of its cadres, those of the National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB) and the self-styled ...
Italy knocked out, Brazil in last four
U.S. engineers a remarkable comeback to qualify for the semifinals
Nearly 8 lakh bogus ration cards unearthed in 10 districts: Minister
CHENNAI: If you go by the ration cards, the population of Tamil Nadu has crossed eight crore. The actual figure is around 6.5 crore, Food Minister E.V. Velu said in the Assembly on Monday, explaining the enormity of the ...
Waiver of non-farm loans to be studied
CHENNAI: Finance Minister K. Anbazhagan on Monday told the Assembly that his department would look into the question of waiving non-farm loans. When Communist Party of India (Marxist) legislator G. Latha wanted to know why no steps had ...
Bharatanatyam in the time of the Taliban
80-year-old Indu Mitha has been teaching the dance form to Pakistanis for decades
Global economy to shrink 2.9 %
Developing nations to grow 1.2%
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