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Foreign powers and anti-Left forces conspiring against State: Buddhadeb
‘Vested interests trying to obstruct initiatives to create industry’
“Talks with Pakistan only at proposal stage”
NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Sunday brushed aside questions about a possible contradiction in the government’s offer of talks with Pakistan, even as it blamed elements and terror groups from across the border for ...
Law Ministry releases Gopalaswami’s letter on Chawla to President
New Delhi: The Law Ministry has released the letter written by the then Chief Election Commissioner, N. Gopalaswami, to the President seeking removal of fellow Election Commissioner Navin Chawla, while the Rashtrapati Bhavan declined to make ...
Manmohan for specialised commando forces in States
NEW DELHI: Terming internal security a “critical issue” which affects the “pace of our growth and development,” Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has stressed the need for a coordinated response from not only the affected ...
India may drop per capita stand
Maoists damage rail track; high alert sounded
Patna: Activists of the banned Communist Party of India (Maoist), blew up a railway track near Rajla station in Bihar’s Jamui district in the early hours of Sunday. The attack comes in the wake of their 72-hour bandh ...
Pawar meets Bal Thackeray
Mumbai: Nationalist Congress Party president and Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar met Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray at the latter’s residence in suburban Bandra on Sunday. The meeting at ‘Matoshree,’ held ...
Bivalent polio vaccine introduced in Delhi, U.P.
NEW DELHI: Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad on Sunday launched the bivalent oral vaccine against polio in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh to mark the national immunisation day. The vaccine was launched in Bihar last ...
NCP’s advice: consume less sugar
Mumbai/New Delhi: As sugar prices rise, the Nationalist Congress Party on Sunday offered a solution — consume less sugar, as “no one dies from not eating sugar.” “On the other hand, [by] eating sweet items ...
AIBA seeks President’s intervention for vice-chairman’s safety
New Delhi: The All India Bar Association (AIBA) has expressed shock and concern over the ‘life-threatening’ phone call received by its vice-chairman, S. Prabhakaran, and has sought the immediate intervention of President Pratibha ...
Parikh panel recommends flat tax on diesel cars
Environmentalists call it too little, too late
GJM sets deadline for tripartite talks
KOLKATA: Demanding that a Gorkhaland State be carved out of the Darjeeling district and certain areas contiguous to it in north Bengal, the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) leadership on Sunday threatened to intensify its agitation unless the date ...
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