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May 22, 2008

If you are stranded in a flooded area and need help this monsoon, you will have to dial the area’s MTNL telephone code f ...
June 16, 2008

The authorities get a telephone call in the evening informing that bombs have been planted in two planes, an Indian Airl ...
August 3, 2008

Altogether 37 mobile phones, including seven from the ward of imprisoned RJD Lok Sabha MP Mohammed Shahabuddin, 10 sim c ...
April 26, 2007

With an eye on tapping tourism and also to improve air connectivity for VIPs within the state, the state government has ...
April 25, 2008

Apart from setting up a single window system, there are bigger plans to tighten community policing, modernise the contro ...
January 3, 2006

This follows Bhupendra's arrest, the owner of a detective agency, who was allegedly tapping Amar Singh's phones.
May 17, 2008

Claiming that her life was under threat, model Lesli Tripathy alleged that gangster Sandeep Acharya alias Raja, key accu ...
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July 30, 2008

An anonymous telephone call that a bomb had been planted in the Thiruvananthapuram-Gorakhpur Express, turned out to be h ...
May 13, 2008

The telephone tapping controversies continued to haunt the TN Govt with a minister being accused of influencing a top vi ...
April 18, 2008

As the DMK Govt named a HC judge to probe the leakage of the tapped phone conversation, another instance of tapping came ...
April 10, 2007

India has partially lifted restrictions to extend mobile telephone connectivity along its 4,095 km border with Banglades ...
November 26, 2004

The Chief Minister said Centre was denying adequate funds to the state to build up infrastructure for tapping its huge n ...
June 13, 2008

According to a survey, a third of young people aged 18 to 24 in Britain, admitted to answering their cellphones with gre ...
July 3, 2008

A UN office in Islamabad receives a telephone threat to blow up its building, prompting the organisation to ask its staf ...
November 6, 2007

Cellphones went dead in Islamabad as the Pak's sacked chief justice Iftikhar M Chaudhry addressed lawyers by telephone.
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