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Bihar Congress against support for RJD, LJP
Patna: The Bihar Congress has urged the party high command not to support the RJD-LJP combine in next month's elections for the five Rajya Sabha and seven Vidhan Parishad seats as it could affect the party's prospects in the Assembly polls due ...
Boat overturns: four killed
Mumbai:A dolphin-sighting trip turned into a tragedy on Saturday when a boat with 12 tourists overturned in the Arabian Sea off the Murud coast in Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra, killing four persons, including three senior citizens – ...
Stress on choosing career based on skill, interest
Over 130 students take up psychometric test at career fair
Sukhbir writes to PM, seeks protection for riots witnesses
Chandigarh: Punjab Deputy Chief Minister and Shiromani Akali Dal president Sukhbir Singh Badal on Saturday urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to provide security to all witnesses in the Sajjan Kumar and Jagdish Tytler cases of 1984 anti-Sikh ...
Mayawati dares Opposition leaders to declare assets
Demands CBI probe into Mulayam's “benami properties”
Job scheme swindlers told to return money
JAIPUR: The administration in Dungarpur district of Rajasthan has asked those found involved in siphoning off funds meant for the MGNREGS to pay back the amounts or face prosecution. The anomalies were discovered in procurement of ...
Pakistan's Umerkot gets a new Hindu ruler
JAIPUR: A successor to the former Hindu ruler of Umerkot, the late Rana Chander Singh, was anointed in Pakistan this past Sunday. A large number of Hindus and the predominant Sindhi Muslim population of Tharparkar, Umerkot and Mithi -- places ...
Rajasthan Muslims accuse Govt of double standards
BALESAR (RAJASTHAN): The political protection allegedly extended to rioters belonging to the dominant Mali community, who demolished a 100-year-old Idgah situated between the dusty Balesar and Durgawata villages in Jodhpur district this past ...
Charges over train tragedy spark protests
KOLKATA: There was a ruckus at a press conference here on Saturday as some intellectuals close to the Trinamool Congress refused to answer questions after accusing the Communist Party of India (Marxist)-led State Government of being ...
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