India played neutral as Nasheed's men sought military intervention
India Played Neutral As Nasheed's Men Sought Milit
9th Feb 2012
Fearing for the personal liberty of the deposed Maldives President, Mohamed Nasheed, close aides said some of his Ministers had sought Indian military assistanc...
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PM stresses on speedy welfare
PM Stresses On Speedy Welfare
17th Jun 2011
17 June 2011 statesman news serviceNEW DELHI, 17 JUNE: Prime Minister Dr Manmohan??Singh today said framing laws for the socially-disadvantaged groups is not en...
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2 SC judges recuse from hearing Kani bail plea
2 SC Judges Recuse From Hearing Kani Bail Plea
17th Jun 2011
17 June 2011 statesman news serviceNew Delhi, 17 JUNE: Two judges of the Supreme Court, who were scheduled to hear on Monday the bail plea of DMK MP Ms Kanimozh...
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Sarabjit meets his sister at Kot Lakhpat Jail
Sarabjit Meets His Sister At Kot Lakhpat Jail
17th Jun 2011
Lahore: Indian national Sarabjit Singh, on death row in Pakistan, had an emotional reunion with his sister Dalbir Kaur after three years in a prison in this eas...
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Government relaxes MPs' fund norms
Government Relaxes MPs' Fund Norms
17th Jun 2011
New Delhi: Having raised the annual allocation of Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) from Rs 2 crore to Rs 5 crore, the government on T...
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Lakhimpur Kheri teen murder: Probe report today
Lakhimpur Kheri Teen Murder: Probe Report Today
17th Jun 2011
Lakhimpur Kheri (Uttar Pradesh): The Crime Branch of the Uttar Pradesh CID will today submit its report on the status of the investigation into the murder and a...
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Escorted by Pak ship, MV Suez heads to Oman
Escorted By Pak Ship, MV Suez Heads To Oman
17th Jun 2011
New Delhi: Protected by nine Pakistani commandos who are now on board the MV Suez, the ship which has six Indian sailors among the 22-member crew is likely to r...
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Cable to tow 9000-ton Wisdom snaps
Cable To Tow 9000-ton Wisdom Snaps
17th Jun 2011
Mumbai: It's what experts feared. The cable meant to help tow away that the 9000-ton cargo ship stuck at Mumbai's famous Juhu Beach has snapped.The MV Wisdom wa...
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Rise in rates by Reserve Bank of India on expected lines: CII
Rise In Rates By Reserve Bank Of India On Expected
17th Jun 2011
New Delhi, Jun 16 : Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) said the Reserve Bank of India's decision to increase repo and reverse repo rates by 25 basis points ...
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Implement civil rights acts strictly: Prime Minister
Implement Civil Rights Acts Strictly: Prime Minist
17th Jun 2011
New Delhi, Jun 17: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today inaugurated a two-day conference of State Ministers of Welfare and Social Justice and asked them to ensur...
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Veerappa Moily rules out two drafts of Lokpal bill
Veerappa Moily Rules Out Two Drafts Of Lokpal Bill
17th Jun 2011
New Delhi, June 16 : Union Law Minister M. Veerappa Moily Thursday said that if the logjam between government representatives and civil society members on the a...
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Maoists blast cellphone towers
Maoists Blast Cellphone Towers
17th Jun 2011
RANCHI: Maoist guerrillas blew up two mobile phone towers in Jharkhand's Palamau district during a 24-hour shutdown called by them to protest the arrest of one ...
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Conflict between BJP, Congress continues
Conflict Between BJP, Congress Continues
17th Jun 2011
NEW DELHI: Political jousting between the Congress and the BJP continued for yet another day, with the fight now over as to who used more filthy words than the ...
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China issues proper visa
China Issues Proper Visa
17th Jun 2011
NEW DELHI: China has finally paid heed to India???s objections to stapled visas to people from Kashmir. The neighbour in the East has granted a proper visa to a...
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Balakrishnan urged to resign following allegations
Balakrishnan Urged To Resign Following Allegations
17th Jun 2011
New Delhi: A former Kerala High Court judge has urged NHRC chairman KG Balakrishnan to step down in the wake of allegations against him. Justice (retd) PK Shams...
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'If Tatas don't invest in WB, there are others'
'If Tatas Don't Invest In WB, There Are Others'
17th Jun 2011
Kolkata: The Tatas were welcome to invest in West Bengal, but if they did not there were others who would, Congress, the alliance partner of the Mamata Banerjee...
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Corruption hurting India's image abroad: Murthy
Corruption Hurting India's Image Abroad: Murthy
17th Jun 2011
New Delhi: At a time when the country is grappling with a spate of scams, Infosys founder N R Narayana Murthy has said that corruption issues has taken a toll o...
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CBI all set to question Maran on Aircel deal
CBI All Set To Question Maran On Aircel Deal
16th Jun 2011
New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is all set to question Textiles Minister Dayanidhi Maran in connection with spectrum allocation to operator...
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India signs deal with US to buy 10 C-17 aircraft
India Signs Deal With US To Buy 10 C-17 Aircraft
16th Jun 2011
New Delhi: India has signed its biggest defence deal with the US to procure ten C-17 heavy-lift aircraft for USD 4.1 billion under which American defence major ...
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Rains cause dip in mercury across North India
Rains Cause Dip In Mercury Across North India
16th Jun 2011
New Delhi: Temperatures in most parts of North India settled below normal levels on Wednesday following heavy overnight rains, even as thunderstorms triggered l...
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