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Yeddy set to get say on CM, not party reins
B.S. Yeddyurappa today confirmed in a statement that he would resign on Sunday as Karnataka chief minister after a signal from BJP central leaders that he would have a say in the choice of his successor but could not be made the state unit chief. ...  | Read.. 
 
Railway fine
The railways has imposed a fine of Rs 12 lakh on the catering contractor whose employees had assaulted four passengers on the Howrah-bound Gitanjali Express on July 25. T ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Trinamul attack’ on Mollah & colleagues
Former land and land reforms minister Abdur Rezzak Mollah and some of his CPM colleagues were today attacked by alleged Trinamul activists in South 24-Parganas’ Cann ...  | Read.. 
 
PC soothes Dhaka
Home minister P. Chidambaram today said “strict instructions” had been issued to the BSF not to shoot anyone who tried to cross the border with Bangladesh. ...  | Read.. 
 
A pair of pelicans at a pond in Delhi zoo on Saturday. (PTI)
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Trivedi impostor held in Delhi
A railway contractor from Howrah was arrested today for impersonating minister Dinesh Trivedi t..  | Read.. 
‘Safe passage’ to Maoists
Mamata Banerjee today assured Maoist leaders “safe passage” if they agreed to come fo..  | Read..