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A foreign tourist with an elephant during the opening of the Kaziranga National Park for tourists on Friday. – UB Photos
Star line-up at Indian Grand Prix
Greater Noida, Oct 29 (IANS): Sachin Tendulkar will wave the chequered flag in the presence of a host of cricketers, politicians, Bollywood personalities and celebrities at the Buddh International Circuit for the inaugural Indian Grand Prix on Sunday ...

Don't revoke AFSPA in Kashmir: Advani
Thiruvananthapuram, Oct 29 (IANS): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader LK Advani on Saturday said his party was against the revocation of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) in Jammu and Kashmir. ...

Aussie media lobbies for uranium for India
Perth, Oct 29 (IANS): New Delhi can relax, the Australian media is doing its lobbying for it - especially on the uranium front. ...

India, China plan to hold boundary talks
NEW DELHI, Oct 28 – Amidst a new found sense of bonhomie in ties, India and China have firmed up plans to hold the 15th round of boundary talks next month. ...

Crucial meet to resolve crisis in Arunachal
NEW DELHI, Oct. 28 – In a final attempt to resolve the political impasse in Arunachal Pradesh, AICC has began fresh round of discussion with Chief Minister, Jarbom Gamlin and PCC president, Nabam Tuki after summoning both leaders to Delhi. ...

Unease in Team Anna, Hazare hints at revamp
NEW DELHI, Oct 28 – Anna Hazare today hinted at expansion of his Core Committee as a sense of unease gripped his team over allegations of financial misconduct by some of its key members. ...

BJP against lifting of AFSPA
NEW DELHI, Oct 28 – Batting for continuation of AFSPA in Jammu and Kashmir, BJP leader Arun Jaitley today said when the security forces are in favour of retention of the law, it would be “highly imprudent” to argue for its withdrawal on political con ...

State losing land to Arunachal
GUWAHATI, Oct 28 – Alleging that the State Government has failed to protect the interests of the people living on the Assam-Arunachal Pradesh border, the locals of the area complained that the State is losing its land due to Arunachal's aggression. ...

Probe role of Cong leaders in scams: Advani
TENKASI (TN), Oct 28 – Seeking to drive a wedge between the Congress and the DMK, BJP leader L K Advani today accused the Centre of selectively targeting people allegedly involved in various scams while “scrupulously” protecting its own party ministe ...

C’wealth debates over HR Commissioner
PERTH, Oct 28 – Commonwealth member states were today engaged in a heated debate on the issue of setting up a human rights commissioner for the 54-nation body, with a majority of them favouring “further examination” of the suggestion. ...

CM to ask headmasters to enforce discipline
GUWAHATI, Oct 28 – Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi will personally write to the headmasters of the State’s schools to ensure discipline in the matter of attendance of teachers as well as students. ...

AASU appeal to light lamps on Oct 30
GUWAHATI, Oct 28 – The All Assam Students' Union (AASU) today made an appeal to its members to light lamps and shout slogans denouncing terrorism on October 30. It needs mention here that on October 30, 2008, terrorists triggered bomb blasts in Guwah ...

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