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India sees battle ahead for future of G20
Before the reform agenda is won, new issues are being raised; there is talk of evolving a common position
It’s just pressure cooker whistle, says BJP
“Rebels will come round at the time of withdrawals”
Pakistan sends conflicting signals
ISLAMABAD: There were conflicting signals from the Pakistan government on Hafiz Saeed on Tuesday. Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani told reporters in the south Punjab city of Multan that Saeed, leader of the Jamat-ud-dawa who is charged ...
PSLV-C14 lift-off today
To put Oceansat-2 and 6 nano satellites in orbit
Karat seeks steps against Maoists
NELLORE: Communist Party of India (Marxist) general secretary Prakash Karat has demanded that the Centre deploy more forces in West Bengal to check violence by the Maoists and restore peace in the affected areas. Referring to the killing ...
Congress, NCP firm up alliance
NEW DELHI: After weeks of hard-nosed bargaining, the Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Tuesday night announced their seat-sharing arrangement for the Maharashtra Assembly elections. While the Congress will contest 174 seats, ...
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