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A Kalaguru song-inspired sculpture wears a renovated look on the eve of Rabha Divas, at Samannay Kshetra, Tezpur on Sunday. – UB Photos
NDFB(P) insists on its demand for Bodoland
GUWAHATI, June 20 (PTI): The pro-peace faction of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland today insisted on its demand for creation of a separate Bodoland state during its talks with the Centre's interlocutor P C Haldar here. ...

Differences persist but meet cordial, say Team Anna, govt
NEW DELHI, June 20 (IANS): A crucial round of talks between Team Hazare and the government ended Monday with both sides sticking to their stands on key issues, including on bringing the prime minister within the ambit of a strong Lokpal Bill. ...

SC dismisses Kanimozhi's bail plea
NEW DELHI, June 20 (IANS): DMK MP Kanimozhi and Kalaignar TV managing director Sharad Kumar will continue to remain behind bars as the Supreme Court Monday rejected their bail pleas in the 2G spectrum scam. However, Kanimozhi can move for bail after ...

Samjhauta blasts: NIA chargesheets Aseemanand, 4 others
PANCHKULA (Haryana), June 20 (IANS): The National Investigating Agency (NIA) Monday filed its chargesheet against radical Hindu activist Swami Aseemanand and four others in a court here, holding them responsible for the blasts in the Samjhauta Expres ...

Krishna leaves for Myanmar, to ink several deals
NEW DELHI, June 20 (IANS): In India's first high-level contact with the new civilian government in Myanmar, External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna Monday left for the southeast Asian nation on a three-day visit, during which he is expected to sign se ...

Peace accord with UPDS soon
GUWAHATI, June 19 – After nearly a decade of dialogues, the peace process with militant outfit United People’s Democratic Solidarity (UPDS) is in the final stage and a formal agreement is likely to be signed shortly to give more powers to the Karbi A ...

Govt, civil society members to meet today
NEW DELHI, June 19 – Amid war of words between the representatives of government and civil society, the two sides will meet tomorrow in a last-ditch effort to iron out their differences on the Lokpal Bill. ...

3 arms smugglers held, 8 AK-56 rifles recovered
SHILLONG, June 19 – Meghalaya police have arrested three arms smugglers and seized eight AK-56 rifles and magazines last night near Umroi, 15 kms from here. ...

Bid to get ‘danger’ tag off Manas
NEW DELHI, June 19 – India will make all-out efforts to shrug off the danger tag from the famous Manas National Park at the World Heritage Committee meeting in Paris by highlighting the success story of the sanctuary, which was plagued by rampant poa ...

CBI refuses to provide info on corruption
NEW DELHI, June 19 – Citing recent exemption given to it by the government, the CBI has refused to make public information about disproportionate asset cases against government servants, including bureaucrats and ministers. ...

SC to examine police crackdown on Ramdev
NEW DELHI, June 19 – The Supreme Court will tomorrow examine the Delhi Police’s affidavit on the pre-dawn swoop at Ramlila Maidan here denying allegations that it had used force to evict yoga guru Ramdev and his supporters from the site. ...

Indian Army team arrives in China
BEIJING, June 19 – An eight-member Indian military delegation arrived here today on a week-long goodwill visit to China, marking the resumption of defence ties between the two Asian giants that were frozen for a year. ...

Sonia sends terse reply to Hazare
NEW DELHI, June 19 – In a terse reply to Anna Hazare who had accused her party of running a smear campaign, Congress President Sonia Gandhi today indicated her unhappiness with him for making his communication public and said she has already made her ...

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