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Lalu taunts Nitish on Modi ads
“If JD(U) leader is secular in the least, he should sever ties with BJP”

Raj Thackeray hits back at Sena
“We voted for ruling combine to get suspension of MLAs revoked”

“UPA-II speaking in different voices on Naxalism”
Patna: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday accused the UPA government of speaking in different voices on the Maoist problem. Stressing the need for proper co-ordination between the Centre and the States, BJP president Nitin ...

Lift blockade in Manipur, Chidambaram asks Naga Students' Federation team
NSF is sympathetic to doing so after Manipur government tendered an apology

Congress attack on Arjun Singh continues
New Delhi: In their efforts to protect the image of the former Prime Minister, Rajiv Gandhi, and his government, Congress leaders persisted in their attack on Arjun Singh, Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh at the time of the Bhopal gas leak in ...

Pranab: EC will decide on West Bengal poll dates


Nithyananda out of jail, back in his Bidadi ashram
BANGALORE: After over 50 days of police and judicial custody, Nithyananda of Nithyananda Dhyanapeetam in Bidadi, accused of rape, criminal intimidation and cheating, was released from the prison in Ramanagaram. The godman returned to his ...

A red-letter day for over 600 IMA cadets
Naxalism a bigger threat than terrorism, says Arunachal Pradesh Governor

Villagers protest against proposed atomic plant
AHMEDABAD: Government officials who came to carry out soil testing for a proposed atomic power plant in Gujarat's Bhavnagar district had to go back due to resistance and demonstrations by local villagers. The 8,000 MW capacity plant, a ...

“We will study legal methods to bring Anderson to trial”
CHICKBALLAPUR: Union Minister for Law and Justice M. Veerappa Moily on Saturday said, the Centre would examine the legal provisions to bring to trial the former Union Carbide chairman Warren Anderson in the Bhopal gas leak case. The CBI ...

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