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India summons Pak envoy to protest killing, mutilation of soldiers …

Updated: 09 January 2013, Wednesday;14:00 hrs (IST)
India on Wednesday summoned the Pakistan High Commissioner to convey a “strong protest” over the Pakistani Army action in which two Indian soldiers were killed and their bodies subjected to “barbaric and inhuman mutilation” in Jammu and Kashmir....   | Read..
 

… Pak denies involvement

Updated: 09 January 2013, Wednesday;17:15 hrs (IST)
Pakistan on Wednesday denied involvement of its troops in an attack in which two Indian soldiers were killed and said it was prepared to hold investigations through the UN Mi...   | Read..
 

Railways to hike passenger fares from Jan 21

Updated: 09 January 2013, Wednesday;17:00 hrs (IST)
Union Railway minister Pawan Kumar Bansal on Wednesday announced a hike in rail fares of Second class and AC class travel and said it has become imperative....   | Read..
 

Bonfire of the big bluff

Vehicle after vehicle stood burning or vandalised on a road not too far from Calcutta shortly before noon today, sending up in smoke the Trinamul leadership’s description of political violence as “drama”....   | Read..
 

Student hit by bullet: Doctors

The government was collecting information till late tonight but doctors told The Telegraph in the evening that a bullet hit a Class XI student from Bhangar....   | Read..
 

Pak troops cross LoC, mutilate soldier: Govt

Pakistani troops crossed the Line of Control today and killed two Indian soldiers — one of them was “mutilated” — in an “act of grave provocatio...   | Read..
 

Surrender ‘fiasco’ in Manipur camp

A “conspiracy,” allegedly hatched in an Assam Rifles post at Heirok in Thoubal district to force innocent youths to surrender, was exposed today. The incident ha...   | Read..
 

Tailor with five bullet holes

We found Mohammed Ali by chance. He works in a petrol station in Reyhanli, a Turkish town on the Syrian border, and sleeps on the floor in a back room. His appearance is unrem...   | Read..
 

Mobile device for pregnant women in rural areas

Childbirth can have its complications in Assam: How does a mother and her husband know where to go from the sandbar they live on in the Brahmaputra to a hospital that offers ...   | Read..
 

Cold wave alert in state on the boil

Amid rising political temperatures, the mercury took a sudden plunge in Jharkhand, prompting weathermen to declare cold wave conditions across the state and sound an aler...   | Read..
 

Twice-born trio recall killing fields of Latehar

Five jawans killed, 15 injured, 4 missing...   | Read..
 

Eager MLAs prompt Sonia green light

Congress president Sonia Gandhi convened a meeting of senior leaders tonight to discuss the emerging political situation in Jharkhand amidst pressure from the state unit ...   | Read..
 

Exit BJP, enter Congress

Arjun Munda handed over his resignation to governor Syed Ahmed today and recommended dissolution of the Assembly, hours after Shibu Soren led JMM MLAs to Raj Bhavan and conve...   | Read..
 
Khub kharap (very bad),” chief minister Mamata Banerjee said while leaving Writers’ on Tuesday. The chief minister was not referring to the st ...  | Read
 
 
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First, the good news. The cold onslaught would be over by the weekend.   | Read.. 
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England knocked out
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China party forced to step in
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Kyra dares to bare
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Sin soars, sinners singed
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