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CNG dealers call off strike following talks 3.11.2011 Mumbai Mirror: City
The CNG strike that was set to begin on Wednesday has been called off following talks between representatives of the Mahanagar Gas Limited and various oil companies led by Indian Oil. It was decided in the meeting that the issue of commission for dealers would be settled in...
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Freedom from virtual captivity 2.11.2011 Hindu: Opinion
On October 19, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina declared the Tin Bigha Corridor formally open for 24 hours, heralding the end of nearly 64 years of captivity for its inhabitants. The right to unrestricted movement through the corridor was virtually open from September 8 when the two countries signed an agreement during Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's visit to Bangladesh.
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Trailer severs heads of mum, 3 girls sleeping on footpath 2.11.2011 Mid-Day: Mumbai
Trailer severs heads of mum, 3 girls sleeping on footpath
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26/11: Don't try to score petty points, India to Pak (Cached) 2.11.2011 CNN-IBN: India
With Pakistan saying that there was no delay on its part in prosecuting people behind the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, India on Wednesday said Islamabad should not try to score "petty points" on the issue and help in bringing the perpetrators to book.
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Never said India hurling grenades in Kashmir: Mustafa Kamal (Cached) 2.11.2011 New Kerala: World News
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Nabam Tuki sworn in as Arunachal CM (Cached) 2.11.2011 Manipur: E-Pao
Nabam Tuki sworn in as Arunachal CM
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GNLA may be banned (Cached) 2.11.2011 The Assam Tribune
GNLA may be banned
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Assam police official commits suicide (Cached) 2.11.2011 New Kerala: World News
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26/11 case: Don't try to score petty points, India tells Pak (Cached) 2.11.2011 Rediff: Intl News
With Pakistan saying that there was no delay on its part in prosecuting people behind the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, India on Wednesday said Islamabad should not try to score "petty points" on the issue and help in bringing the perpetrators to book.
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Arunachal govt releases ex gratia for bridge collapse victims (Cached) 2.11.2011 Rediff: News
Arunachal Pradesh government on Wednesday released Rs 19 lakh as ex gratia for families of victims of the October 29 bridge collapse incident at Seppa in East Kameng district in which six persons died. Newly appointed Chief Minister Nabam Tuki directed the immediate release of the funds to the East Kameng district administration for disbursement.
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Don't try to score petty points on 26/11 trial, says India to Pak (Cached) 2.11.2011 NDTV National
Don't try to score petty points on 26/11 trial, says India to Pak
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All 15 kidnapped by Maoists in Bihar traceless 2.11.2011 Hindu: National
The 15 people abducted by Maoists in Bihar’s Jamui district on Monday are yet to be traced even as securitymen intensified operations to rescue them. “There is still no trace of the kidna...
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Women victims of witch-hunt in tribal Assam (Cached) 2.11.2011 Zee News : States
There have been numerous such cases in tribal-dominated areas in Assam, mostly of women, either widowed or living alone, who are beaten, and sometimes even killed, after being branded as witches.
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''Lahore-based hackers carried out hacking attack'' (Cached) 2.11.2011 GovernanceNow: GovNext
The perpetrators of Monday's hacking attack on the official website of West Bengal CID has been traced to Lahore and they had routed it through a US proxy server, a senior agency official said. /'T
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Elusive justice (Cached) 2.11.2011 Frontline
The amicus curiae's analysis of the SIT report in the Gulberg case lays the basis for prosecuting Narendra Modi and his senior officials for the 2002 pogrom.
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Is central probe agency shielding killers' handlers? (Cached) 2.11.2011 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
Is central probe agency shielding killers' handlers?
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Is Haji Ali road a killer stretch? 1.11.2011 Mid-Day: Mumbai
Nearly 200 residents of Rajiv Nagar society at Haji Ali stalled traffic yesterday, blaming traffic police for poor road safety that allegedly claimed a second life in 15 days After an 18-year-old died while crossing the road at Haji Ali -- the second fatality in the last 15 days -- residents of the area took to the streets to protest the apathy of police toward commuter safety, stalling the flow of vehicles on the road yesterday. They are aggrieved with having to witness a steady stream of casualties -- seven at last count over the past couple of weeks -- due to the non-operational traffic signal and absence of traffic monitoring on the road, they said, adding that the Tardeo traffic police are to be blamed for these accidents. At 7.30 pm on October 30, Jilajit Yadav was hit by a car while crossing the road which connects to Haji Ali. He was rushed to Nair hospital where he was declared dead on arrival. After the news of his death spread, residents of Rajiv Nagar gathered at the ...
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No money to pay fine? Sweep the street clean 1.11.2011 Mid-Day: Mumbai
When two offenders failed to pay the fine for spitting in public near Ghatkopar railway station, the clean up officials made them sweep the area they had soiled 'Clean up after yourself.' More and more, this is the dictum being strictly enforced by BMC clean-up marshals who are tired of careless citizens littering the city streets that they struggle to keep clean. When two offenders were nabbed in the act of spitting near the premises of the Ghatkopar (East) station, they were given two options: pay up or clean up. LESSON LEARNT: Vinod Gawde (above) insisted that this was a stray incident, and promised to never soil the city again. Pic /Sayed Sameer Abedi Unable to cough up the fine of Rs 200, they had to clean up their act, quite literally. The BMC marshals caught Vinod Gawde and Hamid Sheikh when they were conducting their customary inspection in Ghatkopar (East). Asif Gujle, superintendent of the clean up marshals in the North and South wards, said, "Most people know that the ...
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Police firing injures three in Assam (Cached) 1.11.2011 Zee News : States
Two policemen were injured in a mob attack in Assam`s Karbi Anglong district which led to police firing that injured three youths on Tuesday.
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Bicycles find its way in blockade hit Manipur (Cached) 1.11.2011 Manipur: E-Pao
Bicycles find its way in blockade hit Manipur
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