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    ``No role for third party in J&K issue''
    Violation of accord by Pakistan on Hurriyat visit: Manmohan

    Mishandling on many counts: Jaswant Singh
    Charges Government with allowing dialogue to become "Kashmir-centric"

    Kandadevi temple festival peaceful
    Preventive arrests by police; Dalit leaders barred entry into Devakottai

    Left Front sweeps Kolkata civic elections
    Wins 75 out of 141 seats, retains Bidhannagar

    India, Bangladesh talks held in 'cordial' atmosphere
    Dhaka says that it has launched an operation against Indian insurgent groups

    Petitions of Lalu, Rabri dismissed
    PATNA: The Patna High Court on Tuesday dismissed the petitions of RJD chief and Railway Minister Lalu Prasad and the former Bihar Chief Minister, Rabri Devi, challenging the sanction of prosecution in the disproportionate assets case, paving the ...

    19 killed in accident
    SHIMLA: Nineteen persons were killed and 20 injured near Dharamshala when a chartered bus from Baroda rolled down about 250 feet in a ravine called Churan Khad on Monday night. The bus was carrying BSNL employees and their families from Gujarat. ...

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    Test-fired again
    BALASORE: For the third time in five days, surface-to-air missile `Akash' was test-fired around 1 p.m. from the Integrated Test Range at Chandipur, about 15 km from here on Tuesday. — ...



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