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Left parties demand immediate rollback
NEW DELHI: Criticising the Central government for burdening the common man with the hike in oil prices at a time of high inflation, the Left parties on Saturday staged a demonstration at Jantar Mantar, demanding that the increase in the prices ...
Six months on, families of arrested Indian traders in China still kept in the dark
Little information on status of the case, condition of traders; officials have still not formally filed any charges
Protests in Gujarat
GANDHINAGAR: The Bharatiya Janata Party in Gujarat organised protest demonstrations and dharnas all over the State on Saturday demanding withdrawal of the fuel price hike. In the city the protest march was led by the party's national ...
Dalit woman stripped, beaten up in Mumbai slum
MUMBAI: ‘ Neech jaat' (low caste) was a word Kavita (name changed) kept hearing when she was being stripped and beaten up. “They beat me with bamboo sticks. I kept saying ‘no.' They ripped off my gown, pulled my hair and ...
Chidambaram asks SAARC to jumpstart pact to counter terrorist financing
It will create a more secure environment in the region
Activists upset at reports on communal violence Bill
They express shock at reports that it has been finalised
Two Maoists wanted for murder of former Minister, inspector held
Ranchi: Two more Maoist rebels, allegedly involved in the murder of the former Jharkhand Minister, Ramesh Singh Munda, and the abduction and beheading of police inspector Francis Induwar, were arrested in Khuti district, police said on ...
Gas leak: Centre to file curative petition by July 15
Appeal to review 1996 Supreme Court judgment that diluted charges
India joins multinational telescope project
New Delhi: India has joined the Thirty Metre Telescope (TMT) project, the next generation astronomical observatory that will be located on Mauna Kea, Hawaii. This was announced by Minister of State for Science and Technology Prithviraj ...
Ishrat, Javed might have been picked up before encounter: SIT
Pakistan keen on starting trade talks
Toronto: Pakistan is keen to start Commerce Secretary-level talks, said a senior Indian official on Saturday. India-Pakistan trade has the potential to go up to about $10 billion annually. Pakistan has not granted India Most Favoured ...
Canada must root out Sikh militancy from its soil: Manmohan
Toronto: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has said there are some elements “wedded to terrorism” outside India, including in Canada, who try to keep the issue of Sikh militancy alive and asked Ottawa to curb such anti-India activities ...
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