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Friday , August 30 , 2013

Face Calcutta couldn’t recognise

Yasin “most wanted” Bhatkal was arrested in Calcutta in December 2009 and spent a month in jail here, but the cops could not recognise him....   | Read..

Land bill passed, flexibility to states

The Lok Sabha today passed the land acquisition bill that allows states to adjust features according to their needs and policies, ushering in a new era for takeovers and ...   | Read..

Aide puts spotlight back on UP town

The arrest of Asadullah Akhtar, Yasin Bhatkal’s aide picked up along with the Indian Mujahideen co-founder, has shifted the focus back to his hometown Azamgarh....   | Read..

Telecom JPC

Two Rajya Sabha members have been appointed to the joint parliamentary committee on the 2G scandal amid stiff resistance from the Opposition....   | Read..

Punish if guilty: Kin

Bhatkal in North Karnataka district is now known as the home of the “commander” of the Indian Mujahideen who is allegedly responsible for hundreds of deaths i...   | Read..
A photograph, identified by PTI as that of Yasin Bhatkal, from Motihari in Bihar on Thursday. (PTI photo)
Face Calcutta couldn’t recognise
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Aid, China on Bhutan menu

India will commit to helping Bhutan resurrect its tiny but sinking economy when its newly elect...   | Read..

Left delinks Re from food bill

The CPM and the CPI appear to have echoed the Centre’s position that international factor...   | Read..

Backpack that bloodied a symbol of friendship

Built by a roadside cigarette vendor with help from foreign visitors to the Osho Ashram in Pune, the German Bakery stood for...   | Read..

Union feud stalls IIT hostel project

Construction of a girls’ hostel at IIT Kharagpur is stuck for the past fortnight as two Trinamul unions have been ...   | Read..

Race to be tough

The main opposition BJP today not only backed the government’s land acquisition bill but went to suggest the inclu...   | Read..

Domestic factors also to blame, says PM

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today conceded that he could not deny “some domestic factors” were also respon...   | Read..

Rape in vacant ex-MP house

A teenaged schoolgirl in Jharkhand was allegedly abducted in daylight and gang-raped by four men, including a police off...   | Read..

SC prod on missing coal files

The Supreme Court today told the CBI and the Centre that an FIR must be registered if files relating to controversial co...   | Read..