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Since 1st March, 1999
Pat for Pak, alert for India
British Prime Minister Tony Blair today called Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf from his holiday home in the Caribbean to express gratitude for help in busting the plot to blow up several aircraft in flight. ...  | Read.. 
India link
Amin Asmin Tariq, one of the 24 in British police custody, is said to be an employee of a private Indian airline, according to a PTI report. The airline and police declined co ...  | Read.. 
Celeb security
Mumbai police are making arrangements to step up security for celebrities like Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Sachin Tendulkar and Mukesh Ambani. ...  | Read.. 
Dispur for reforms in medical entrance
Proxy examinees and interviewees, hazy rules on permanent residence proof and a number of other anomalies detected in the MBBS examination system have forced Dispur to embark ...  | Read.. 
BDR mum on flag meeting
The Border Security Force today indicated that Sunday’s proposed sector commander-level meeting with Bangladesh might not materialise because Bangladesh Rifles has b ...  | Read.. 
5 cops die in Ulfa ambush
Five policemen were killed when suspected Ulfa militants ambushed the convoy of Tinsukia superintendent of police this evening. ...  | Read.. 
Dress properly, home ministry tells women
Renuka-led delegation given a lecture
This time it is the home ministry that wants to lay down a dress code for women. ...  | Read.. 
A policeman outside one of the houses in London raided as part of the investigation. (AFP)
Pat for Pak, alert for India
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Breaking its silence over the controversy of pesticides in soft drinks, one cola giant today sa ...  | Read..
Delhi cool to US warning
The US today cautioned India of a “serious” possibility of terrorist attacks by al Qa ...  | Read..