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50 US legislators for anti-outsourcing bill
March 5, 2004
Fifty members of the
of Representatives said they were to introduce a bill to deny US firms Federal help if they s ...
US forces to control Kirkuk: White House
April 10, 2003
The seizure of the city by US-backed Kurds revived fears in Turkey of a wider Kurdish independence bid.
Eight Iraqis killed in US air raid
January 4, 2006
The US plane bombed a residential
in northern Iraq where insurgents were believed to be hiding.
Bihar House adopts anti-US resolution on Iraq
March 24, 2003
Following West Bengal, the Bihar assembly unanimously adopted a resolution against continuing US-led strikes on Iraq.
Meghalaya Oppn asks Lapang to quit
December 21, 2004
The demand was echoed after a resolution was adopted in the assembly against the Govt move to shift the
to city ou ...
Congress retains power in Arunachal Pradesh
October 11, 2004
The ruling Congress Party retained power in Arunachal, winning 31 of 53 seats declared after Thursday's elections to the ...
Arunachal House dissolved
July 7, 2004
Governor VC Pande has dissolved the 60-member State Assembly on the recommendations of Chief Minister Gegong Apang, an o ...
Bomb lobbed at Manipur engineer's house
December 16, 2004
Unknown persons hurled bomb at the residence of PWD chief engineer on Wednesday night.
Mizoram House to discuss annual budget
November 8, 2004
An 11-day assembly session of the state assembly began in Aizwal to deliberate on the state annual budget for 2004-05.
Roof collapse kills 15 people in Germany
January 3, 2006
Rescue workers raced against time to find survivors who were trapped under the roof of an ice rink that collapsed like a ...
Elderly couple hacked to death in Sikkim
August 12, 2004
An elderly couple was hacked to death in their sleep and their
was looted at Mangasari village of west Sikkim.
June 27, 2005
Blair has found the 'fig leaf' in African poverty to steer his legacy away from apron strings of White
, writes ...
Gunmen give top Shiite cleric 48 hrs to leave
April 13, 2003
Gunmen in the holy city of Najaf have surrounded the
of Ayatollah Ali Sistani, Iraq's leading Shiite cleric, and o ...
Parliament of regional politics
September 4, 2002
Failure of the national parties at the Centre to deliver the goods to the electorate and the Congress policy of exclusio ...
India, Pak should have greater contact: Britain
November 8, 2002
"We now need to ensure that there is an end to terrorism and a beginning of a process of greater contact between the two ...
If you want to enter paradise, be a suicide bomber: Boko Haram to 13-year-old girl
Video: Monkey gives first aid to electrocuted friend, brings him back to life
'The Interview' is online and in theatres
Malaviya too favoured ‘reconversion’ of Muslims, Christians
Ugly review: This one is a grim, gripping and shocking movie
Election results: Shah says all options open in J-K
'Unrest' down under: Kohli-Dhawan spat adds to Team India's woes
Why #BoycottPK makes no sense at all
Bigg Boss 8: Now Karishma Tanna trains her guns on Gautam Gulati
Results in, guessing game begins in J-K
Colleague hired juveniles for acid attack on Delhi doctor
In pics: How 15 places unmade by tsunami have recovered
J-K suspense on; BJP eyes chief minister's post, tie-up with NC
Host him with hospitality: Father of captured pilot appeals to IS
On Xmas, 58 converted to Hinduism in Kerala
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