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Thursday, August 04, 2005
BJP fanning communal passions, alleges Tarun Gogoi
Advani neglected Assam altogether while he was the Union Home Minister and Deputy Prime Minister
ISI network busted in Assam
GUWAHATI: The Intelligence Bureau (IB) and the Assam Police have busted a network of ISI operatives, who were passing on highly classified defence documents to officials of the Pakistan Embassy in Delhi. The network was busted following the ...
Gurgaon DC, SP transferred
Rajpal's posting orders to be issued later, Bhardwaj new Deputy Commissioner
Himachal session from August 5
SHIMLA: The week-long monsoon session of the Himachal Pradesh Assembly would commence here on August 5. The recent floods in the Sutlej following breach in the Pareechu river, group insurance scam and law and order issues are likely to be ...
Jammu & Kashmir
Call for demilitarisation on both sides of LoC
Ex-CJ of PoK pained to see security forces everywhere
Case filed against suspended IG
Another case to be registered against a DIG today
M.P. Assembly adjourned sine die
Speaker, Opposition MLAs trade charges
Air-India flights as scheduled
MUMBAI: Air-India has announced that it will operate 22 out of its 24 flights from here on Thursday as per schedule. Timings of only two flights - AI-191 and AI-827 have been revised. While AI-191, operating on the Mumbai-Paris-Newark sector, ...
Manipur a fit case for President's Rule, says BJP
Economic blockade has put people to unimaginable sufferings, says MPs team
JIPMER to have separate ward for cancer patients
National Cancer Control Board grants Rs.3 crores for the purpose
Rajasthan hottest tourist destination
JAIPUR: It is a boom time in tourism for Rajasthan with the first quarter of the year registering an unprecedented 36 per cent increase in the arrival of foreign tourists and 29 per cent increase in the number of domestic travellers. If the ...
RDX was used in Shramjeevi Express blast: Government
LUCKNOW: Deadly RDX was used to trigger the blast in the Shramjeevi Express on July 28, which left 10 people dead and scores injured, the Uttar Pradesh Government said on Wednesday. Quoting the report of Forensic lab, Agra, Principal Secretary ...
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