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Jama Masjid shooting: all angles being probed
NEW DELHI: Delhi Police Commissioner Y.S. Dadwal on Monday said the attack on foreign nationals and the subsequent low-intensity explosion in a parked car in the Walled City of Delhi are being investigated from all possible angles. While ...
Relief package for kin of train collision victims
Divisional Railway Manager refutes charge of negligence
Muslim groups appeal for calm and peace
New Delhi: With September 24, the date set for the verdict on the Ayodhya title suit, drawing near, prominent Muslim organisations have issued a joint appeal to Muslims to maintain calm and peace. “We appeal to them not to be ...
Court vacates stay on Sajjan Kumar's trial
New Delhi: Allowing the trial court to proceed against Congress leader Sajjan Kumar in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case, registered in the Delhi cantonment pertaining to the killing of 60 people, the Supreme Court on Monday vacated the August 13 ...
Central forces inadequate: Mayawati
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Monday expressed dissatisfaction over the allotment of 52 companies of Central paramilitary forces by the Centre. She said these were inadequate for maintaining law and order in view of the ...
Court orders video conferencing
Mumbai: In view of the security risk involved in conveying 26/11 gunman Mohammad Ajmal Amir Kasab to the Bombay High Court, the division bench of Justices Ranjana Desai and R.V. More ordered on Monday that the case hearing be conducted via ...
Court notice to Centre on just Rs. 80 as pension
New Delhi: Shocked at the payment of just Rs. 80 a month as family pension to the wife of a deceased Army Major, the Supreme Court has issued notice to the Union government seeking its response on a petition filed by her seeking enhancement of ...
BPL families in Maharashtra to get 9 kg extra grains
MUMBAI: The ripple effects of the storm caused over the rotting food grains will now benefit 70 lakh Below Poverty Line (BPL) card-holders in Maharashtra. The State government has announced that the BPL quota has been increased from 35 ...
Surrender bogus ration cards or face penal action: Centre
BJP wants Uttarakhand declared disaster-struck
NEW DELHI: A Bharatiya Janata party delegation here on Monday demanded in a memorandum to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh that Uttarakhand be declared disaster-struck and given a package of Rs. 5000 crore. At least 150 people have already ...
TAPI pipeline: India signs important pacts
NEW DELHI: India on Monday signed two important agreements for the ambitious Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline project. The project, assisted by Asian Development Bank, envisages the building of 1,680 km of pipeline ...
Bilal: police custody denied
Mumbai: Sheikh Lalbaba Mohammed Hussain Farid alias Bilal, who was recently arrested by the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) for allegedly planning attacks on sensitive establishments in Nashik, has been denied police custody by the ...
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