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India not to send troops to Iraq
NEW DELHI, JULY 12. India will not be sending its troops to Iraq. The internal debate within the Government is over and "on balance of considerations", the decision is that it will not be in India's national interest to send its troops to ...


National Conference pulls out of NDA
JAMMU, JULY 12. The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference headed by Omar Abdullah today formally severed its five-year-old relationship with the National Democratic Alliance at the Centre. The NC has six members in Parliament — five ...
BJP to consider VHP demand for `legislation'
NEW DELHI, JULY 12. Leaders of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh today extracted a promise from government leaders that the Bharatiya Janata Party, at its national executive next week, would consider the Vishwa Hindu Parishad's demand that a ...
Ansari is Hurriyat chief
JAMMU, JULY 12. The All-Party Hurriyat Conference today appointed the Shia leader, Moulvi Abbas Ansari, as its new chairman for two years. Representatives of six parties of the seven-member executive council took part in an unscheduled meeting ...
Banks told to `seal' Badal accounts
CHANDIGARH, JULY 12.The Punjab Vigilance Bureau has asked different banks to ``seal'' the accounts of the former Chief Minister, Parkash Singh Badal, against whom a disproportionate assets case has been registered. Vigilance Bureau sources ...
Snag hits IA plane
PATNA, JULY 12.An Indian Airlines plane came to a grinding halt on the runway following a technical snag, which jammed the wheels, while landing at the Jaya Prakash Narayan International Airport here today. All the 68 persons on board the ...
17 die in Bihar floods
PATNA MUMBAI, JULY 12.JULY 12.At least 17 persons lost their lives in the recent wave of floods in Bihar as the overall situation further deteriorated with rivers continuing to swell following heavy rains in the catchment areas in Nepal during ...
Ananth Kumar resigns
NEW DELHI, JULY 12.The Minister of Urban Development and Poverty Alleviation, Ananth Kumar, has resigned as Union Minister and it has been accepted by the President. For the time being, the Minister of Road Transport and Highways, B.C. ...
Foreign exchange reserves up
MUMBAI, JULY 12.After recording a decline the previous week, the foreign exchange reserves jumped by $869 million to $82,774 million during the week ended July 4. The country's foreign currency assets swelled by $844 million to reach $79,075 ...



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