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Karunakaran invited to CWC meet
NEW DELHI, DEC. 6.Amid speculation of a possible split in the Congress in Kerala if the party Central leadership decides to rein in the Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) president, K. Muraleedharan, his father and senior leader, K. ...
Tape doctored, says Ajit Jogi
RAIPUR, DEC. 6. The acting Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh, Ajit Jogi, said the audio cassette where he was allegedly `heard' offering money to BJP MLAs to engineer defections was doctored, but admitted that he had given the letter of support to ...
Paswan to sponsor adjournment motion against attack on press freedom
PATNA, DEC. 6. The former Union Minister and Lok Janshakti Party president, Ram Vilas Paswan, has decided to sponsor an adjournment motion in the Lok Sabha against the attack on the freedom of the press in the light of the recent action by the ...
New CBI chief to focus on preventive vigilance
NEW DELHI, DEC. 5. The new Director of the Central Bureau of Investigation, Uma Shankar Mishra, today promised to tackle graft among officialdom through preventive vigilance and strive to get back fugitives from abroad who were wanted for serious ...
Jaitley to attend G-21 meeting
NEW DELHI, DEC. 6. In a precursor to the much-awaited resumption of trade negotiations at the World Trade Organisation, the Commerce and Industry Minister, Arun Jaitley, is expected to attend a meeting of the Group of 21 in Brazil on December 12. ...
People's War leader arrested in West Bengal
KOLKATA, DEC. 6.Even as West Bengal, along with eight other States where naxalite groups are active, is working on an integrated action plan to tackle the problem that exists in varying degrees in each of these States, a top PW leader believed to ...
`Infiltration of terrorists still on'
JAMMU, DEC. 6. A senior Army Commander today said that infiltration of armed terrorists from the Pakistani side was continuing though there had been no violation of the ceasefire agreement from the Indian or the Pakistani side along the Line of ...
U.K. team `denied' visas to visit Gujarat
LONDON, DEC 6. A team of Britain's Charity Commission is reported to have been refused visas by the Indian Government to visit Gujarat to investigate allegations that money raised by the U.K.- based Sewa International for earthquake victims was ...
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