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Positive results expected from aviation talks with Pakistan
NEW DELHI, NOV. 28. "Positive results" are expected from the December 1-2 talks between the civil aviation officials from Pakistan and India, diplomatic sources told The Hindu today. A team of Pakistani officials will be arriving in the ...
Congress seeks clarification from Jaitley
NEW DELHI, NOV. 28. The Congress, continuing its tirade against the Government for ``trying to shoot the messenger,'' instead of filing an FIR against the former Union Minister, Dilip Singh Judev, today demanded that the Law Minister, Arun ...
Needle of suspicion on Jogi's son: Jaitley
RAIPUR, NOV. 28. The Union Law Minister, Arun Jaitley, today said that the needle of suspicion in the Dilip Singh Judev sting operation pointed to Amit Jogi, son of the Chhattisgarh Chief Minister, Ajit Jogi. Addressing a press conference, Mr. ...
A baton-wielding cadre of `blue boys'
AHMEDABAD, NOV. 28.A baton-wielding cadre of "blue boys'' to match the "trishuls'' (tridents) of the Bajrang Dal and the Vishwa Hindu Parishad is due to be launched by the Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee president, Shankarsinh ...
BJP wants names in Telgi diary made public
NEW DELHI, NOV. 28. The Bharatiya Janata Party has demanded that names in the Telgi diary, mentioned in the Mumbai High Court by the former Police Commissioner, Ranjit Sharma, be made public. The party has said that 19 names of Ministers in the ...
3 held at Nasik
NASIK, NOV. 28. Three persons have been arrested and four suspended from the India Security Press here in connection with the multi-crore fake stamp paper scam. Sources said today that while a retired chief purchase officer and two employees ...
Yasmin Abrar locked in keen contest in Sawai Madhopur
SAWAI MADHOPUR, NOV. 28. With just a day left for campaigning, party bigwigs have decided to visit this constituency, adjoining the Ranthambore Park, to give the final nudge to their candidates. The Rajasthan Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot, is ...
Conversion issue may influence voters in Jhabua
JHABUA, NOV. 28. A fierce electoral battle is underway in this tribal-dominated region in Madhya Pradesh with the ruling Congress up against odds to defend its citadel in the December 1Assembly elections. The BJP had breached it in the last ...
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  • Supreme Court notice in Uphaar case
  • Red Fort renovation work suspended, Centre tells Supreme Court
  • From Pakistan, for a healing touch
  • `Peace initiative has no bearing on Navy'
  • A landmark of learning
  • MiG-21 crashes, pilot safe
  • Five naxals killed in encounter
  • Honorary Director for Madras Medical Mission
  • 'Only state companies can import kerosene'
  • Power Ministry denies official's charges

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