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Tuesday , April 23 , 2013
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China shown back-off banners in Ladakh

Indian and Chinese troops in a frontier sector in eastern Ladakh have been holding up banners for the past week, each asking the other to pull back from Daulat Beg Oldi, sources in the army and the Indo-Tibetan Border Police have confirmed....   | Read..

Second suspect held in child atrocity case

A second suspect in the sexual abuse of the five-year-old Delhi girl has been picked up from Bihar, also the prime accused’s home state, escalating the atrocity int...   | Read..

Head of anti-rape law panel dies

Former Chief Justice of India J.S. Verma, who headed the government-appointed panel to frame tougher laws to tackle crime against women, died tonight of multi-organ failure. ...   | Read..

Late arrest & fast bail in Mitra assault case

Delhi police today arrested SFI general secretary Ritabrata Banerjee, CPM Delhi state secretary Pushpinder Grewal and four others over the assault on Bengal finance minis...   | Read..

Trouble ahead for Bangla bill

The government plans to introduce a Constitution amendment bill in the Rajya Sabha tomorrow in a bid to end the vexing border dispute with Bangladesh but has already run ...   | Read..
China shown back-off banners in Ladakh
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Sanjay ducks jail by a whisker

The J-word seems to be hounding Sanjay Dutt again and again....   | Read..

Rape debate saves day of uproar

A veteran lawmaker recalled Tagore’s words in the Rajya Sabha as members took up the Delh...   | Read..

Classmate and family lynch teen over Rs 50

A 14-year-old Burdwan boy was beaten to death by a classmate and his family after a quarrel over Rs 50, the victim’...   | Read..

Third front whiff in Akhilesh call on Jaya

Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav today called on Tamil Nadu counterpart Jayalalithaa, the move being seen as ...   | Read..