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West Bengal government set for crackdown on agitators
Deploy your own forces, West Bengal told
NEW DELHI: The Centre on Wednesday advised the West Bengal government to deploy its own forces, including the East Frontier Rifles (EFR), the Special Armed Police (SAP) and the regular armed police, to bring the situation in the violence-hit ...
We must keep the line open, says Manmohan
On terrorism, Zardari asked for more time to deliver
Curfew in parts of Meerut after violence
MEERUT: Curfew was clamped in some parts of the city in the early hours of Wednesday after two groups fought over parking vehicles and clashed with the police, who used batons to break them up, leaving 14 injured. The 24-hour curfew was ...
What purpose does Pradhan panel serve?
Only officials were examined and some of the recommendations were already in place
Suspect in attack on Sri Lankan cricket team held
ISLAMABAD: The Lahore police said on Wednesday that they had arrested one of seven suspects behind the attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team at the city’s Liberty Chowk on March 3. Seven persons, including six policemen, were ...
Pakistan caught off-guard, but feels the ice has melted
ISLAMABAD: The Manmohan-Zardari encounter in Yekatrinberg was not quite the opening to the re-engagement with India that Pakistan had expected, and it has left many somewhat stunned and disappointed. But observers also said they were ...
Manmohan’s remark unacceptable: Pakistan
Islamabad: Apparently irked at Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s blunt message to President Asif Ali Zardari in front of the media that Pakistan should not allow its soil for terrorism against India, Islamabad on Wednesday said his remarks ...
“Shopian tragedy disturbing”
On board Air India One: In his first comments on the Shopian double murder case that has rocked Kashmir these past few weeks, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said it was a “disturbing incident.” A criminal investigation and ...
BRIC examining alternatives to dollar
This matter requires further examination, says Manmohan
“Developing nations victims of meltdown”
Geneva: Noting that developing countries are “unfortunate victims” of the global economic turmoil, India has said the International Labour Organisation’s role becomes more relevant, and its ‘global job pact’ could ...
Hillary pledges to expand ties with India
Washington: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday said she would visit India next month and pledged to work for a “dramatic expansion” of India-U.S. ties giving New Delhi a greater role in solving global ...
Students cautioned against joining 11 colleges
Bangalore varsity finds the institutions ineligible for renewal of affiliation
TNEB not to be privatised: Minister
CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu Electricity Board (TNEB) would not be privatised upon its reorganisation, Electricity Minister Arcot N. Veeraswami assured the Assembly on Wednesday. Referring to observations made by R. Viswanathan of the All ...
4 workers injured as roof of building caves in
Shiney is being framed, says wife
Actor completely shattered and repenting, claim Mumbai Police
Agatha calls on Irom Sharmila
“Northeast won’t face funds crunch”
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