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Azad, Farooq fly in to oversee rescue operations
LEH: Union Ministers Ghulam Nabi Azad, Farooq Abdullah and Prithvi Raj Chauhan on Saturday flew into Leh to oversee the rescue operations launched there following Friday's flash floods, which have claimed 130 lives so far. On the ...
Supreme Court: be wary of ordering DNA to settle paternity
‘Such test may bastardise an innocent child'
Rs. 50 crore a year to develop Naxal-hit and backward areas
NEW DELHI: The Centre plans to spend about Rs. 50 crore per annum to improve basic social infrastructure in 60 Naxal-affected and backward districts, as part of an Integrated Action Plan that will be announced by the Planning Commission next ...
Election Commissioner yet to be finalised
NEW DELHI: More than a week since Navin Chawla demitted office as the Chief Election Commissioner and S.Y. Quraishi took over, the government has not yet been able to finalise the name of an Election Commissioner. Mr. Quraishi said the ...
Encourage fair criticism as judges are not infallible: court
Contempt proceedings against Sibal dropped
BJP holds first Muslim meet in Bihar after 12 years
Patna: The Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday held a Muslim conclave for the first time in a decade in Bihar. In the party's first minority meet since 1998, top State leaders echoed the motif that Bihar's Muslim minorities were edging ...
Neelam Gorhe is Shiv Sena's Pune spokesperson
Pune: The Shiv Sena has appointed Neelam Gorhe as its spokesperson here. She is the first woman to hold the post in the party. Ms. Gorhe said she was proud to be the party's spokesperson in a city that has had a tradition of women's ...
Rice being transported by rail to Manipur
IMPHAL: The Food Corporation of India is transporting huge quantities of rice by rail to Jiribam, a city and a municipal council in Imphal East district of Manipur. Trucks will bring the rice here. The step was taken to bypass ...
Naga leaders refuse to meet Manipur Ministers
IMPHAL: A ministerial team that went to Senapati district in Manipur on Saturday to hold talks with the leaders of the United Naga Council (UNC) and the All Naga Students' Association Manipur (ANSAM) returned home disappointed after Naga ...
Six injured in grenade blast at workshop in Imphal
As proprietor refused to pay illegal tax to militants: police
BJP to observe August 21 as ‘Save Kashmir Day'
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