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Delhi will help Assam, Nagaland ease tensions
21 August 2014, New Delhi, M Post Bureau
Taking cognisance of the raging violence in Assam’s Golaghat district near Nagaland border that claimed the lives of at least three persons and injured six, union home minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday promised all help to chief ministers of Assam and Nagaland.
India snubs Pak, says Hurriyat is not a stakeholder
Talking to newspersons on Wednesday, spokesperson for ministry of external affairs Syed Akbaruddin said India and Pakistan are the only stakeholders on the issue of Jammu and Kashmir as per the Simla Agreement.
IndiGo flight to Delhi catches fire
An IndiGo flight from Mumbai to Delhi with 147 passengers, including one infant and six crew members on board, caught fire while landing at IGI airport Terminal 1-D on Wednesday afternoon. Passengers were evacuated using chutes.
Mamata signs 13 MoUs in Singapore
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee announced on her Facebook page on Wednesday that thirteen MoUs were signed between the West Bengal government and industry representatives of Singapore, a ‘milestone’ in the relation between two countries.
Mamata fights private profit for public interest against ABP Ltd
The Calcutta High Court has rejected a contempt petition filed by ABP Ltd against Kolkata Municipal Corporation involving a piece of land in Eastern Metropolitan Bypass in Kolkata.

‘Twists are in the depth of the characters’
We caught up with Simian author Vikram Balagopal to talk about myths, legends and more. Here are...

To connect with Maoist areas, govt okays mobile towers in naxal belts
The Cabinet on Wednesday approved the long-pending proposal to install mobile towers in nine naxal- affected states by BSNL at cost Rs 3,216 crore that will be borne by the government.

IM planned to send poison letters to kill targets: Police
Suspected Indian Mujahideen (IM) operatives Tehsin Akhtar and Mohd Waqar Azhar had disclosed to Delhi police that they had planned to kill their targets by sending letters soaked with poison.

Drugged chicken on dinner table?
Sunita Narain
The poultry industry uses antibiotics because it is worried that chickens will get diseased.
Congress revival a far cry
Amulya Ganguli
Antony chooses not to identify real reasons behind party’s Lok Sabha performance.
10,000 homes razed, when will Israel stop?
Praful Bidwai
The Gazan genocide is Israel’s work. It must also provide people in the strip a fresh lease of life.
First-rate exercise!
Shiv Shankar Mukherjee
The prime minister Narendra Modi’s foreign policy does not judge nations on size.


Imran refuses to negotiate with govt; Qadri open to talks
As the siege of Parliament continued, Pakistan’s opposition leader Imran Khan shut the doors for negotiation with the govt until PM Nawaz Sharif resigns.
Saddam strikes to ground India
India played good hosts to Under-23 Pakistan who notched up a 2-0 win to draw the bilateral friendly series 1-1 at the Bangalore Football Stadium on Wednesday.

Devotees throng Sri Krishna Janamsthan temple in Mathura on the occasion of Janamashtami festival on Sunday night.

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