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Buddhadeb not invited to President's function
This goes against all democratic norms: West Bengal Minister
2 Army officers die in Himalayan avalanche
Pratibha arrives in Kolkata
KOLKATA: President Pratibha Devisingh Patil arrived here on Tuesday evening to attend three functions in the city. She was received at the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International airport by Governor M.K. Narayanan and Chief Minister ...
Court slams U.P.'s land acquisition policy
Taking over farmers' lands without following due procedure akin to state-sponsored terrorism: judge
Sonia asks Manmohan to give liberal package to flood-hit States
All-party team members cancel visit to two hospitals
SRINAGAR: Fearing more trouble, 11 members of the all-party delegation on Tuesday put off their visit to two hospitals here, but visited one and spoke to the injured. They were met with pro-Azadi slogans in the hospital. The delegation ...
Military pacts during Antony's U.S. visit ruled out
NEW DELHI: Even as three military pacts pursued by Washington will not materialise during Defence Minister A.K. Antony's two-day U.S. visit next week, both countries will continue extending their weapon sales partnership into to new areas, ...
Supreme Court reserves verdict on Muthiah's appeal
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday reserved verdict on the appeal filed by the former President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), A.C. Muthiah, against an interim order of the Madras High Court declining to interfere ...
All-party delegation meets Pandits, Shabir Shah
SRINAGAR: The 39-member all-party delegation on Tuesday reached Jammu and held discussions with political parties, NGOs and civil society. Some members visited the Kashmiri Pandit migrant camps, while a few met the detained separatist leader ...
Supreme Court declines to interfere with Haj Policy
Sets aside Kerala High Court order quashing the policy
Grand alliance “conspiring” to destabilise Left in West Bengal
It has united extreme left in Maoists and extreme right in BJP: West Bengal Minister
Lalit Modi moves Supreme Court for stay of BCCI disciplinary proceedings
Tight security for idol processions in Mumbai
MUMBAI: The Maharashtra government is taking no chances with security in view of the Ganpati idol immersion on Wednesday. It has ordered a ban on plying of two-wheelers during the processions. Home Minister R.R. Patil said that following ...
3 bodies recovered, 4 policemen still missing
Raipur: The Chhattisgarh police have recovered the bodies of three policemen in Chhattisgarh's Bijapur district, even as searches for four other policemen continued. Chhattisgarh Director General of Police Vishwaranjan said that the six ...
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