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Members of the Bongaigaon unit of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad taking out a cycle rally against the UPA Government’s failure to control price rise of essential commodities, unabated killing of rhinos, illegal influx and other issues, at Bongaigaon on Thursday. –UB Photos
Asaram Bapu may be arrested, supporters hit mediapersons
Jaipur, Aug 31 (IANS): A Rajasthan Police team has left to question Asaram Bapu and "then probably arrest him", said an official on Saturday, a day that saw mediapersons being assaulted by the spiritual guru's supporters in Jodhpur city. ...

US probes India's trade, investment, industrial policies
Washington, Aug 31 (IANS): On a complaint by US lawmakers, a US government agency has launched an investigation to examine a wide range of Indian policies that allegedly discriminate against US trade and investment. ...

Plea challenges Meghalaya Chief Minister's tribal status
Shillong, Aug 31 (IANS): The Meghalaya High Court on Friday asked a petitioner who filed a public interest litigation (PIL) challenging the Scheduled Tribe status of Chief Minister Mukul Manda Sangma and the State government to produce copies of the ...

Itanagar to be connected by air in 2015, says Arunachal CM
Itanagar, Aug 31 (IANS): Arunachal Pradesh's Capital is expected to come on the aviation map of the country in 2015 with a civilian airport coming up in its proximity, Chief Minister Nabam Tuki said here on Friday. ...

Tripura gets 'Vigyan Gram' to promote scientific culture
Agartala, Aug 31 (IANS): A science village is set to come up in Tripura to facilitate "edutainment" and to promote, nurture and stimulate a scientific culture. ...

PM warns of ‘short term shocks’ to economy
NEW DELHI, Aug 30 – Warning of “short term shocks” to the economy, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today squarely blamed the BJP for the current economic woes, accusing it of stalling crucial reforms bills by disruption of Parliament and hurting invest ...

Dengue outbreak looms large over city
GUWAHATI, Aug 30 – Prospects of a major dengue outbreak looms large over the city, with 35 positive cases detected so far in Kamrup (Metro) district. Two persons have died of the dreaded disease, the latest fatality occurring on Thursday. ...

PM’s speech reflects pessimism: BJP
NEW DELHI, Aug 30 – After Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s aggressive stance in Rajya Sabha, BJP today said he looked for “alibis’ in his speech on the state of the economy and his words reflected “pessimism and negativism”, reports PTI. ...

AGP blames Cong for mismanagement of economy
GUWAHATI, Aug 30 – The regional Asam Gana Parishad (AGP) today blamed Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, and Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh, for the continuous downslide of the rupee, saying that it was because of the mismanagement of ...

Tea Board to monitor green leaf price
JORHAT, Aug 30 – The All Assam Small Tea Growers’ Association (AASTGA) said that the Kolkata office of Tea Board will directly monitor the pricing of green leaves to give them actual benefits. ...

Bhatkal remanded to 12-day police custody
NEW DELHI, Aug 30 – Indian Mujahideen (IM) co-founder Yasin Bhatkal and his close associate Asadullah Akhtar were today remanded to 12-day police custody by a Delhi court after the National Investigation Agency (NIA) said their custodial interrogatio ...

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