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In Orissa’s ‘liberated’ zone, two villages take on the Maoists

Sunday 12 January '14

The two villages together have a population of around 4,000, mostly belonging to the Chakotia Bhunjia tribe.
'Everybody praising AAP in Britain'

Thursday 9 January '14

Everyone in Britain is saying fantastic things about the new party.
No subsidised sugar for central forces

Tuesday 7 January '14

Food Ministry officials said supply stopped because the Centre deregulated the sugar sector last April.
BSF, Pak Rangers re-activate 16 phone lines for border peace

Monday 6 January '14

Two forces have also decided to be lenient with women and children who inadvertently cross the border.
123 properties in prime locations in Delhi may go to Wakf Board

Thursday 2 January '14

Proposal has, however, split ministry; urban development secretary is learnt to be against it.
Gun-making unit of Maoists unearthed in Jharkhand

Thursday 2 January '14

Forces seize IEDs during week-long drive in seven Maoist-hit states.
Pakistan teen held for Samba attack may not have been involved: BSF

Wednesday 1 January '14

The youth, according to officials, was a fan of Bollywood films and wanted to become a hero.
Centre made exceptions for Virbhadra, Chavan in Delhi house allotments

Monday 30 December '13

Singh was first allotted the house in 2009 when he became the Union Steel Minister.
Power guest house may be CM home

Sunday 29 December '13

Sources said Kejriwal was then offered accommodation at the Indraprastha Power guest house at Rajghat, where he’s likely to move in within the next two days.
To help make Hindi official, a saral dictionary

Thursday 26 December '13

The Department of Official Languages under the MHA monitors the use of Hindi in about 10,000 central government offices across the country.
MHA drafts Bill to clear border fencing hurdles

Tuesday 24 December '13

An official said the Bill would ensure such clearances did not hamper construction along such strategic roads.
Digitised map adds 99 km to India’s border with Nepal

Thursday 19 December '13

The J&K government (state CID) has a list of people willing to return via the Nepal route.
AAP wants to build an office, writes to Urban Development ministry

Saturday 14 December '13

The AAP has qualified as a regional party by virtue of both the number of seats won.
Border with Myanmar to be secure by 2018: BSF

Saturday 30 November '13

Force set to get Cabinet nod to replace Assam Rifles soon.
Cops puncture Reddy’s theory of Naxal revival with Telangana

Thursday 28 November '13

Reddy has sought to create a fear of the Maoist problem being revived if Telangana is created.
Cyclone Helen may hit Andhra Pradesh on Wednesday night, alert issued

Wednesday 20 November '13

The NDMA and IMD issued alerts for coastal Andhra Pradesh that is expected to be hit by Cyclone.
'Bihar police acted in haste'

Wednesday 20 November '13

The Bihar Police jumped the gun in arresting an assistant commandant of the CRPF posted in Gaya.
With increase in people with VIP cover, CISF seeks to double forces

Tuesday 19 November '13

Since Shinde took over on August 1, 2013, as many as 24 political as well as business personalities have been given a VIP security status.
Maya gets nod to combine 3 bungalows in Lutyens Delhi

Monday 18 November '13

A senior official said she had also been permitted to retain another bungalow as a party office.
BSF approaches road institute to fence border in Gujarat

Monday 18 November '13

The BSF has approached the Central Road Research Institute (CRRI) to fence an over 100-km area along the 340-km Pakistan border in Gujarat.


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