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PAKISTAN’S BLUESTAR
The unlikely sight of troops in armoured cars storming a mosque in a Muslim nation greeted the world today as Islamabad launched its own version of Operation Bluestar, freeing the Lal Masjid of militants and killing its head Abdul Rashid Ghazi. ...  | Read.. 
 
Foul play with fair on wheels
Travelling by trains is not a safe proposition for women, but railways are not bothered. At least not the railway minister. ...  | Read.. 
 
Jawans killed in Naxalite net
Twenty-three security personnel were killed when they walked into a well-hatched trap laid by Maoists in densely forested terrain of Dantewada district late last evening. ...  | Read.. 
 
Body blow to claim on Ram
The bizarre twists and turns in the P.C. Ram abduction-murder case have left not only two families confused but the police, too. ...  | Read.. 
 
Students do mind the ‘gap’
Organisations fume at Delhi police’s ‘profiling’
The North East Students Organisation does mind the “gap”. Delhi police’s safety tips for students/visitors from the Northeast has not only left the students ...  | Read.. 
 
Abdul Rashid Ghazi: Gunned down
PAKISTAN’S BLUESTAR
 
 
The people in the Lal Masjid had become terrorists
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A book salesman in Islamabad
When bugs didn’t bug Blair
The diaries of Alastair Campbell, friend, confidante and long-time press officer to Tony Blair, pro ...  | Read..
Want college control, not cash
Take it or leave it, the Bengal government has told the UGC after unveiling a misnomer of an au ...  | Read..