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CPI(M) leader shot dead in Nandigram
KOLKATA: Tension prevailed at Nandigram in West Bengal on Wednesday after the killing of a local leader of the Communist Party of India (Marxist). CPI(M) leaders suspected the hand of the activists of the Trinamool Congress-backed Bhumi ...
Vohra considering resignations
SRINAGAR: All eight members of the Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board (SASB) have submitted their resignations to Jammu and Kashmir Governor N.N. Vohra, who is also the chairman of the Board. “The resignations are under the active ...
All-party team to visit Jammu, valley
NEW DELHI: External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee said on Wednesday that various suggestions were given at the all-party meeting here to end the violence in Jammu and Kashmir over the Amarnath land transfer issue. All decisions taken at ...
Denial of global technology is denial of future: Rahul
NEW DELHI: Inflation is an issue, but the India-U.S. nuclear agreement will be one of the main planks of the Congress in the coming elections. This became clear with most of the speakers, including AICC general secretary Rahul Gandhi, ...
BJP: Centre weakening case against SIMI
NEW DELHI: Even as the government moved the Supreme Court on Wednesday against a tribunal decision to lift the ban on the Students Islamic Movement of India, the Rashtriya Janata Dal, a key constituent of the ruling United Progressive ...
Gujarat police team in Mumbai on e-mail trail
Mumbai: The Mumbai police will be assisted by a team from the Gujarat Crime Branch which arrived here on Wednesday to investigate the source of the e-mail sent just before the Ahmedabad blasts. Usha Rada, Assistant Commissioner, Gujarat ...
Gujarat police in Mumbai on e-mail trail
Mumbai: The Mumbai police will be assisted by a team from the Gujarat Crime Branch, which arrived here on Wednesday, to investigate the source of the e-mail sent just before the Ahmedabad blasts. Usha Rada, Assistant Commissioner, Gujarat ...
Rane to meet party high command in Delhi today
MUMBAI: Maharashtra Revenue Minister Narayan Rane, who has threatened to quit the Cabinet, will meet the Congress high command in New Delhi on Thursday and make his position clear after that. Mr. Rane told journalists in Nagpur that he would ...
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