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Since 1st March, 1999
Maoist mines blow up careless cops
Maoists today blew up a police minibus on a jungle culvert, killing 13 special task force personnel who had failed to carry out a mandatory landmine check. ...  | Read.. 
PM promises humane law
In an attempt to calm frayed nerves in Manipur, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today announced that the controversial Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act would be amended to ...  | Read.. 
Blast in Bhutan closes border
The Bhutan border along Assam has been sealed after a crude bomb exploded this morning in Phuentsholing — the point of entry into the Himalayan kingdom — injuring four pe ...  | Read.. 
Arjun starts, Antulay smarts
One Union minister today kicked off action on what the Sachar committee has said about Muslims’ uplift; another voiced anger over what the panel wasn’t allowed ...  | Read.. 
Unmanned copters to scan shores
The Indian Navy is scouring the markets to acquire unmanned helicopters to overcome its spying and spotting deficiency, chief of naval staff Admiral Sureesh Mehta said to ...  | Read.. 
Before leaving for South Africa to start another innings, Sourav Ganguly met Bengal chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee to seek his blessings and t ...  | Read
14 die in Shimla bus mishap
HC dismisses Jaya petitions
Principal fined
Family deaths
Officer kin blame seniors for death
The body of Lt Col. Pankaj Jha, who shot himself in Udhampur yesterday, arrived in Bhopal amid ..  | Read.. 
Dalit rally snub to govt, cops
Dalit organisations will go ahead with their December 4 protest rally in Nagpur despite governm..  | Read.. 
BJP plays Kalam card
The BJP has announced its support for a second term for ...  | Read..