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Salvage operations on, Coast Guard monitors situation
Come to the dialogue table, Mamata tells Maoists
LALGARH (WEST BENGAL): Trinamool Congress chief and Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday appealed to Maoists at a rally here on Monday to abjure violence and initiate a negotiation process with the Union government. Ms. Banerjee ...
Games: ‘guilty will be punished'
NEW DELHI: Members of the ruling United Progressive Alliance and the Opposition locked horns in the Lok Sabha on Monday over alleged corruption in building infrastructure and procuring equipment and other materials for the Commonwealth Games ...
Leh flash floods death toll 165
LEH: There is no let-up in rescue efforts in this flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir town. On Monday, the death toll mounted to 165, and hundreds of people were still missing even as rescue teams inched towards the affected areas, wading through ...
In Chhattisgarh's war zone, no value on an Adivasi's life
Medha, Agnivesh back Mamata's campaign
LALGARH (PASCHIM MEDINIPUR DISTRICT): Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee received total support in her political battle from social activists Medha Patkar and Swami Agnivesh at the ‘apolitical' anti-violence democratic platform ...
‘How could a UPA ally associate itself with Maoists?'
NEW DELHI: The Trinamool Congress rally in Lalgarh, West Bengal, figured in Parliament on Monday, with Left members wanting to know the Centre's stand on the alleged “links” of the United Progressive Alliance ally (The Trinamool) ...
It was organised to abet Maoists: CPI(M)
VIJAYAWADA: Charging that the Lalgarh rally was organised by the Trinamool Congress to protect Maoists in the area, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) said the effort was to negate the success of Central and West Bengal forces and provide ...
Spill may trigger long-term environmental problems
Mumbai: The oil leak from MSC Chitra could not have happened at a worse time. This is the breeding season for marine animals, and environmentalists fear that the spill may impact not only the breeding cycle, but also much more in the future if ...
Anti-Left offensive will be fought back: Yechury
“West Bengal, Kerala represent a political movement towards socialist alternative”
There was nothing apolitical about it
KOLKATA: Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee's tirade at a rally supported by the Maoist-backed Police Santrash Birodhi Janasadharaner Committee (PSBJC) in Lalgarh on Monday against the Communist Party of India (Marxist) which she held ...
Sports Ministry asks FIH to recognise IHF, not HI
NEW DELHI: The Union Sports Ministry on Monday reiterated its appeal to the International Hockey Federation (FIH) to recognise Indian Hockey Federation (IHF) as the National Sports Federation (NSF) for hockey in India. The Ministry's ...
Mamata's show of strength at what cost to Congress at Centre?
New Delhi: Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee's public rally at Lalgarh in West Bengal on Monday has put the ruling Congress at the Centre in a spot: a Union Minister acknowledged that his party would have to “pay a heavy price” for ...
Oil spill contained, but cleaning will take time
A team of experts from Singapore arrives to assist in the operations; port closed for shipping activity during the night
Caravan moves to Dambulla for tri-series
The tournament begins with the India versus New Zealand clash
It will be an exciting tournament: Dhoni
Dambulla: Ahead of the triangular ODI series, India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni dwelt on the side often being pitted against Sri Lanka over the last two years. The two teams are the favourites to meet in the summit clash. “If you ...
Petition against order on 69% quota
Huddled planets to form rare triangle
Madambakkam to get Corporation hospital
TAMBARAM: The Chennai Corporation will start work on a 600-bed hospital in Madambakkam, near Tambaram, by this year-end. The facility will have 200 beds for patients of communicable diseases, a hospital for women and children and a ...
RIM may be reined in through mobile operators
NREGA workers in Jharkhand compensated for delayed wages
Rs. 3,000 each awarded to 78 persons who had worked at three sites
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