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Rider in army act repeal signal
Army headquarters is ready for a conditional repeal of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act. But it does not want the act to be repealed till troops in counter-insurgency operations are granted immunity from courts of law for their actions on official duty. In effect, the army has told the gov ...  | Read.. 
 
US shrugs off vote worries
American under-secretary of state for political affairs Nicholas Burns said here today that any differences between India and the US on Venezuela’s bid for UN Securi ...  | Read.. 
 
Left swivels SEZ scanner on Mukesh
The Left wants changes to the Centre’s special economic zones act that could hurt Mukesh Ambani’s plans in Maharashtra and Haryana. ...  | Read.. 
 
Zee boss in UNI offer
Caught in a controversy over his “takeover” of United News of India (UNI), Essel Group chairman Subhash Chandra today said he would pull out of the news agency ...  | Read.. 
 
Pension blow to casual staff wife
The wife of a government employee, who dies before being accorded permanent status in service, cannot claim family pension and other terminal benefits, the Supreme Court ...  | Read.. 
 
Priyanka Chopra and Shah Rukh Khan at the premiere of Don in Mumbai. (Fotocorp)
Police claim Delhi plot bust
Indians face BPO backlash
Afzal judge
Adhir daughter
 
Boot for ‘Dirty Harry’ brigade
Mumbai police’s gang-busting “Dirty Harrys” were busted today, with 10 of them s..  | Read.. 
Blast-bitten cops on toes on Diwali eve
As excited families hurry from shop to shop, police constable Raghuvansh Nath Mishra watches eagle..  | Read.. 
 
Visas for Pak fans
The Union home ministry has decided to issue 1,000 visa ...  | Read.. 

Faulty kit haul
Police today seized around 17,000 expired and faulty HI ...  | Read..