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J&K Minister quits
JAMMU, SEPT. 11.In a big blow to the 10-month-old People's Democratic Party-led Government in Jammu and Kashmir, the Agriculture Minister, Abdul Aziz Zargar, submitted his resignation to the Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, following ...


India will not compromise on agriculture, says Jaitley
CANCUN, SEPT. 11. In a strong speech delivered on Wednesday at the Cancun ministerial conference of the World Trade Organisation, Arun Jaitley, Union Minister for Commerce and Industry, attacked the rich countries for demanding "against ...
Privatisation of Delhi, Mumbai airports cleared
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 11. The Union Cabinet today cleared the privatisation of Delhi and Mumbai airports, paving the way for constructing world class airports in the two metros. Key areas such as the Air Traffic Control and security in the privatised ...
One killed in grenade blast in Srinagar
SRINAGAR, SEPT. 11. A college student was killed and 23 people, including a BSF jawan, were injured when militants hurled a grenade at a BSF bunker at Lal Chowk here today, official sources said. But the grenade missed the target and exploded ...
SC directive on Taj project
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 11.Expressing dissatisfaction over the CBI investigation into the Rs. 175-crore Taj Heritage Corridor project scam, the Supreme Court today directed the agency to find out the ``end beneficiaries'' of the misappropriated amount ...
Intruder held
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 11.Police today detained a man trying to force his way into Parliament House without proper documents. The man, whose identity was not made known by the police, tried to forcibly enter the precincts from Gate number 1 this ...
Flood threat
PATNA, SEPT. 11.The river Ganga has crossed the danger level here while it was flowing at the red mark at almost all places, posing the threat of floods in the low-lying areas. Sources at the flood control department said that the Ganga has ...
Scuffle in lock-up
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 11.Seventeen undertrial prisoners were injured in a scuffle that broke out among them over food in a city court's lock-up this morning. The DCP (East), Nuzrat Hasan, said that some of the injured undertrials belonged to the ...



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