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`Parliamentary panel should look into misuse of CBI'
PATNA, OCT. 12. The former Chief Minister and Nationalist Congress Party general secretary, Jagannath Mishra, today demanded that a parliamentary committee be asked to probe the alleged misuse of the CBI as political instrument by the powers that ...


Himachal Pradesh
Social ideas of an n-scientist
SHIMLA, OCT. 12. "Slogans, protests and demonstrations are useful but not enough," feels M.P. Parameswaran, a former nuclear scientist and now a people's science movement activist, who is here for the 10th People's Science Congress. ...


Jammu & Kashmir
New tactics paying off in J&K: Army Chief
NEW DELHI, OCT. 12. The Chief of the Army Staff, N.C. Vij, has attributed the Army's increasing high-kill rates in Jammu and Kashmir to intensive patrolling and greater use of surveillance devices. The change in tactics and induction of new ...
`Militants bribed locals for attack on Army camp'
JAMMU, OCT. 12.The Jammu and Kashmir police today solved the Kamsar fidayeen attack on the 33 Mountain Brigade in Poonch town last month in which one civilian was killed and three children were injured. Investigations revealed that the plan was ...


New Delhi
Wrangling in MCD hits dengue-fighting efforts
NEW DELHI, OCT. 12.The Municipal Corporation of Delhi, which had this past week decided to immediately buy 134 fogging machines as part of its fire-fighting measures to prevent the further spread of the dreaded dengue fever in the Capital, is yet ...
Ticket aspirants go for designer bio-data
NEW DELHI, OCT. 12.The advent of Information Technology (IT) has not left the political scene untouched. Such is the impact of the IT power that prospective candidates are using it to their best advantage with the hope of striking the right note ...
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    West Bengal
    Security of CMs of `vulnerable' States to be beefed up
    KOLKATA, OCT. 12. The security of Chief Ministers of States where extremist groups are active is being upgraded after the Union Home Ministry issued instructions following the landmine attack on the convoy of the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, N. ...



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