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Modi issue not on agenda of Mumbai meet
NEW DELHI, JUNE 14. The Bharatiya Janata Party president, Venkaiah Naidu, today "clarified" that the issue of the party asking the Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi, to quit office "would not be on the agenda" of the national executive ...

RAW IN CRISIS - II
How the mole-watchers were shackled
NEW DELHI, JUNE 14. In 1987, the man now believed to have been the Central Intelligence Agency's top mole in the Research and Analysis Wing walked into his boss' office with a proposal. Rabinder Singh, then a junior officer, wanted to make a ...

Consensus on oil price hike
NEW DELHI, JUNE 14. Political consensus seems to have been achieved within the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) over the need for an across-the-board "moderate" hike in the prices of petroleum products owing to the soaring price of crude oil in ...

24 abducted
AGARTALA, JUNE 14.group of about 30 insurgents of the banned National Liberation Front of Tripura (Biswamohan group) kidnapped 25 persons, mostly small traders from Kampui-Bhandarima road in North Tripura district from two vehicles in the early ...

21 policemen killed in Nepal
KATHMANDU, JUNE 14.Maoist rebels today set off a landmine explosion, killing 21 policemen and injuring 15 in western Nepal. The incident occurred when a security truck carrying police personnel ran over a landmine near Shumshergunj in Banke ...

Rail fine up
NEW DELHI, JUNE 14.Come July, those travelling in trains without ticket will have to pay five times the existing penalty. The penalty is being raised to Rs. 250 from the present Rs. 50, effective from July 1. Sections 137 (3) and 138 (3) of the ...

Protest over `Girlfriend'
MUMBAI, JUNE 14.Activists of Hindu outfits today forced suspension of the screening of the controversial film `Girlfriend' in Mumbai and Varanasi by staging protest demonstrations and tearing posters, triggering strong reactions from the film ...

Sensex dips
MUMBAI, JUNE 14.Led by steel stocks, equities dipped sharply pushing the Sensex down by another 87 points at close in an otherwise low volume on the Stock Exchange here today. — PTI ...



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