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Over 120 injured as Uttarbanga Express rams Vananchal Express in West Bengal
It is not a casual thing, says Mamata
SAINTHIA: “We are really sorry for this incident … it is not a casual thing. We will take necessary action and strong steps will be taken against whoever is found responsible,” Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee said after ...
Hillary: enduring commitment to Pakistan
Rules out U.S. mediation on Kashmir
8.5 % GDP growth fine by me: Pranab
NEW DELHI: Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Monday said an 8.5 per cent GDP growth for the current fiscal would augur well for the country in the present financial year. He, however, cautioned that the situation could change ...
Home Ministry differs with Mamata
Says it was probably due to signal failure or miscalculation of speed
Mamata has “certain doubts”
SAINTHIA (WEST BENGAL): Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee, who visited the spot where the Uttarbanga Express and the Vananchal Express were involved in an accident, said on Monday that the decision on demanding a CBI probe would be taken only ...
Tales of woe from accident survivors
SAINTHIA (BIRBHUM DISTRICT): Twelve-year-old Ashraful Haque — his head bandaged and his left hand cast in plaster — lay on one of the beds of the male surgical ward of the Suri Hospital on Monday, quite perplexed. Ashraful, a ...
Hillary believes Osama is in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Monday said she believed that Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden and Taliban spiritual head Mullah Omar were in Pakistan and, asserted that it would be helpful to the war on terror if “we ...
India to assist Seychelles in anti-piracy operations
NEW DELHI: Seeking to enlarge the task of anti-piracy operations in the Indian Ocean region, India on Monday agreed to provide aircraft to Seychelles and also work in the direction of capacity building of that country's ...
10 arrested in T. Nagar armed robbery case
CHENNAI: The sensational robbery case in T. Nagar here early this month in which an armed gang robbed two employees of Pothys textile showroom of Rs.81 lakh has been solved with the arrest of ten accused persons. Part of the cash and some gold ...
Sarah Palin invents ‘refudiate'
The word “refute” was one of the most misused in the English language even before Sarah Palin came along. Now the possible next president of the U.S. has taken incorrect use of the verb to a new level by mangling it into a ...
India's first RTI library named after Prakash Kardaley
Arvind Kejriwal inaugurated it in Pune recently
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