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Naxalite-affected States to get Central forces free of cost
NEW DELHI, JAN. 17. The Centre today announced that it would not demand any charge from naxalite-affected States for deployment of Central Para-Military Forces (CPMFs). The Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, agreed to the suggestion of ...

We will go it alone, says Mulayam
NEW DELHI. JAN. 17. The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Samajwadi Party leader, Mulayam Singh Yadav, has again cautioned the Congress against a tie-up with the Bahujan Samaj Party in the coming Lok Sabha elections. "The BSP is the most ...

Surveillance in States bordering Nepal, Bhutan to be stepped up
NEW DELHI, JAN. 17. The Centre has asked the States bordering Nepal and Bhutan to prepare action plans for strengthening police infrastructure in border areas for intensive surveillance, checking of smuggling and sprucing up intelligence network. ...

Social security scheme for unorganised sector launched
VENKATACHALASATRAM, (NELLORE DT.) JAN. 17.The Union Labour Minister, Saheb Singh Verma formally launched the national social security scheme for the unorganised sector here today. The launch of the scheme coincided with a three-day free mega ...

'Impact of music helps to understand brain-mind link'
CHENNAI, JAN. 17. The development of the brain and its interaction with the mind could be understood by studying the effect of music on humans, Moises Gaviria, Professor of Neuropsychiatry, University of Chicago, said here today. The findings ...

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  • Rabri lays foundation for massive power projects
  • Historians protest ban on book
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  • 'Probe attacks on Catholic missions'
  • Liberhan panel to resume final arguments on January 30
  • 'Vested interests trying to derail peace process'
  • CBI questions Ajit Jogi
  • A 'satyagraha' in Pakistan
  • EPW Editor Krishna Raj passes away
  • Inflation could undermine feel-good factor
  • British tourist shot dead
  • Not quitting NCP: Sangma
  • Six killed in rail accident



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