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PM voices security failings
When Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said today that responses to terrorism and the Naxalite movement have been “inadequate”, he might very well have taken up from where the cabinet meeting immediately after the Mumbai blasts had left off. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ulfa still keen on talks
Even though the impasse between the Centre and Ulfa on holding direct negotiations persists, both sides have reiterated their commitment to the peace process. ...  | Read.. 
 
Numbed by death of a jumbo friend
In the first of a series of fortnightly columns written exclusively for The Telegraph, novelist Mamoni Raisom Goswami recounted how an elephant became her favouri ...  | Read.. 
 
Govt no-balls Dalmiya substitutes
Subhas admits failure in compromise mission, police chief files papers
Police commissioner Prasun Mukherjee filed his nomination to contest the Cricket Association of Bengal president’s post on a day the chief minister’s envoy said he ...  | Read.. 
 
 
 
The Government of Pakistan, its people and I are with you

Pervez Musharraf
to Mumbaikars
Forced to retire at 46, employee wins crusade at 81
The judges thought he looked too young to be 95. Keshab Pal today proved he was just 81, winning a ...  | Read..
Pervez grieves on TV
In an unusual gesture, General Pervez Musharraf went on television today to grieve with Mumbai ...  | Read..