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India, U.S., to discuss Iraq, defence ties
NEW DELHI, JULY 26. The United States and India will discuss their evolving defence relationship, including the role to be played by Indian troops in Iraq, if the United Nations Security Council passes a fresh resolution authorising international ...


'U.S. still in touch on troops issue'
WASHINGTON, JULY 26. The United States is still in touch with India on sending its troops to Iraq because New Delhi has not said a "flat no" to deploying its forces in the war-ravaged country, according to the U.S. Defence Secretary, Donald ...
Top honours for Ajay Devgan, Konkana Sen; `Devdas' bags 5 awards
NEW DELHI, JULY 26. Bengali cinema made a clean sweep at the 50th National Film Awards today, walking away with a majority of the top feature film category awards, including best film, director, actress, screenplay and debut film. Budhadeb ...
Opposition remains divided on boycott of Fernandes
NEW DELHI, JULY 26. The Opposition parties remain divided over the need to review the stand to boycott the Defence Minister, George Fernandes, in Parliament. While the Congress is inclined to sort out the impasse, the Left and Rashtriya Janata ...
Situation at Assam town 'under control'
GUWAHATI, JULY 26. The situation at Kachubeel in Darrang district of Assam, where seven adivasis were killed in police firing and 17 injured in firing and clashes between adivasis and Bodos on Friday, was "tense but under control", district ...
Japan to send troops to Iraq
SINGAPORE, JULY 26.Japan's House of Councillors today approved the Government's controversial move to send units of the Self-Defence Forces (SDF) to Iraq. The upper chamber of Diet in Tokyo adopted the bill in the early hours. The bill, ...
Police station blown up
BETTIAH, JULY 26. Activists of the Maoist Communist Centre (MCC) dynamited the newly constructed building of Govardhanana Police Station on the Indo-Nepal border in Bihar's West Champaran district late last night, Police said none was injured in ...
East Bengal lifts LG Cup
JAKARTA, JULY 26. East Bengal became the first Indian club to win an international tournament on foreign soil when it beat favourite BEC Tero Sasana of Thailand 3-1 to lift the LG Cup ASEAN club football championship in a thrilling final here ...
Vijay Diwas goes uncelebrated
NEW DELHI, JULY 26. Vijay Diwas, celebrated to mark the eviction of Pakistani troops from Indian positions in Kargil sector in 1999, went without celebrations or a memorial service for the second year running. No official function was ...



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