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27 killed, over 400 injured as twin blasts rock Istanbul
ISTANBUL, NOV. 20. Two explosions rocked Istanbul today, one at the British Consulate and the other at the British international bank HSBC, killing at least 27 people and wounding more than 400, Turkish Government officials said. International ...


Centre to rush BSF to Assam
NEW DELHI, NOV. 20. The Central Government today stepped in to help the Assam Government control the situation in the wake of the anti-Bihar violence in the State. It has decided to rush six companies of the Border Security Force for deployment ...
75% polling in Mizoram
AIZAWL, NOV. 20. Seventy five per cent of the 5.28 lakh voters in Mizoram today exercised their franchise in the elections to the 40-member Assembly. According to the Chief Electoral Officer, Lalmalsawma, the voting percentage was lower than ...
Aviation policy awaits panel report: Rudy
TIRUCHI, NOV. 20.The Centre will formulate a civil aviation policy based on recommendations of the Naresh Chandra Committee, which is likely to submit its report by month-end, the Civil Aviation Minister, Rajiv Pratap Rudy, told mediapersons here ...
Bribery charge
NEW DELHI, NOV. 20.Allegations of bribery in Indian cricket surfaced today after a top Cricket Board official said a cricketer had offered to pay money to selectors to secure a berth in the India `A' team, which is to play Sri Lanka A in a ...
Pak. bans 3 more outfits
ISLAMABAD, NOV. 20. Pakistan today banned three more militant outfits including the Jamat-ul-Furqan — a breakaway organisation of the Jaish-e-Mohammad blamed for the December 13 attack on Parliament among others — under the Anti ...
Tohra re-elected
AMRITSAR, NOV. 20. Senior Akali leader Gurcharan Singh Tohra was today unanimously re-elected president of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbhandhak Committee for the 27th time, making him the longest-serving chief of the religious body. Mr. Tohra's ...



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