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Chidambaram’s statements don’t match actions: Jaitley
RANCHI: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram’s statements against the Maoists are not reflected on the ground and the Centre has failed to curb the menace, Bhartiya Janata Party leader Arun Jaitley said on Sunday. “I have ...
Omar favours triangular talks
New Delhi: In a shift of stand, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Sunday favoured triangular talks among India, Pakistan and separatist leadership and also offered to be a facilitator if militant outfit Hizbul Mujahideen ...
Landmine blast kills three, injures six in Jharkhand
RANCHI: A 48-hour bandh, called by CPI (Maoist) ahead of the second phase of elections in Jharkhand, began on a bloody note, claiming the lives of three villagers and injuring six in a landmine blast on Sunday. The day also saw rail ...
Suspected Maoists kill one more person in Lalgarh
KOLKATA: The bullet-ridden body of another person, suspected to have been killed by Maoists, was found in the Lalgarh area in West Bengal’s Paschim Medinipur district on Sunday taking the death toll in the region over the past three days ...
President to inaugurate 62nd World Newspaper Congress
More than 900 participants from 87 countries registered for event
CPI (M) plans party rectification
KOLKATA: Steps to initiate a rectification campaign at all levels of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) were among the issues discussed on the first day of the two-day meeting of the West Bengal State Committee of the CPI(M) here on ...
“Emphasis is on human resource development”
Pranab favours smaller universities that are responsive to change
‘No question of taking any binding emission cuts’
New Delhi: India on Sunday said there was no question of taking any binding carbon emission cuts, indicating the coordinated approach major emerging economies including Beijing and New Delhi are likely to adopt at the climate change summit in ...
No heavy water leak in Kaiga: AERB
“It appears someone added tritiated heavy water in the water cooler”
CAT rescheduled at 24 centres
NEW DELHI: Hundreds of students were unable to appear for the computer-based Common Admission Test (CAT) for the second day on Sunday, as authorities rescheduled the test for carrying out repairs at the laboratories where computers suffered ...
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