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“No discrimination against Chinese in issue of business visas”
Supporters of Maoists detain train for 5 hours
KOLKATA: The New Delhi-bound Rajdhani Express from Bhubaneswar on Tuesday was detained for nearly five hours from 2.35 p.m. by supporters of the Maoist-backed Police Santrash Birodhi Janasadharaner Committee (PSBJC) at the Banstala Station ...
A royal welcome for the President
Ceremonial procession to Windsor Castle presents a majestic spectacle
Collector leads Dalits into Chettipulam temple
Villagers other than Dalits were not present
SER cancels six trains
Kolkata: Following the detention of the Bhubaneswar-New Delhi Rajdhani Express by Maoist-backed Police Santrash Birodhi Janasadharaner Committee at Banstala near Jhargram, the South Eastern Railway (SER) authorities cancelled six trains and ...
Kishanji defends train detention
KOLKATA: “We want to teach the upper classes a lesson and change their narrow class outlook through this incident,” Maoist Polit Bureau member Koteswar Rao alias Kishanji told The Hindu on Tuesday referring to ...
No question of freeing criminals or withdrawing forces: Buddhadeb
Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee on Tuesday ruled out conceding Maoist-backed activists’ demand for calling off security operations against Left-wing extremists and releasing leaders of the Police Santrash ...
‘Safety of passengers was of prime concern’
Railway Minister remained in constant touch with Union Home Minister and Orissa Chief Minister
Russia, India, China for concerted action
Common stand adopted on climate change, North Korea and reform of multilateral financial institutions
BJP should decide what medicine it needs: Bhagwat
JAIPUR: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Chief Mohanrao Bhagwat said here on Tuesday it was for the Bharatiya Janata Party to decide on the kind of therapy or medicine the party required after the setback in the recent Assembly elections. ...
It’s crazy, says Rajnath
NEW DELHI: Should the Bharatiya Janata Party undergo a surgery, chemotherapy or some medicine to recuperate? The question, thrown at party president Rajnath Singh by a journalist as he rose from the podium from where he was addressing a ...
India, Nepal to curb illegal trade across border
Treaty enhances access for Nepalese primary and manufactured products
RBI leaves key rates unchanged
But raises Statutory Liquidity Ratio by 100 basis points
Israel depriving Palestinians of water, says Amnesty
JERUSALEM: Amnesty International is accusing Israel of pumping disproportionate amounts of drinking water from an aquifer it controls in the West Bank, depriving local Palestinians of their fair share. The London-based human rights ...
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