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Open letter to Narendra Modi from 2002 riot victims – IBNLive.com


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Open letter to Narendra Modi from 2002 riot victims
IBNLive.com
New Delhi: The 2002 Gujarat riots victims gathered at Naroda Patiya and sent an open letter to Narendra Modi seeking justice. Why do you have to undertake this “Sadbhavna Mission” by observing three days “upvaas”?? No other Chief Minister of the 26
Modi's fast a political gimmick: VastanviZee News
Day 2 of Modi's fast: Sarabhai, riot victims detainedRediff
Gujarat riot victims write open letter to ModiHindustan Times
Daily News & Analysis –Economic Times –Newstrack India
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America pauses for a minute to remember 9/11 victims – Hindustan Times


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America pauses for a minute to remember 9/11 victims
Hindustan Times
PTI US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle along with former President George Bush and his wife Laura led the world in mourning the loss of nearly 3000 people, who lost their lives exactly 10 years ago in the most fearful terror attack that
US ceremonies mark 9/11 attacksAljazeera.net
Obama, Bush Together for 10th Anniversary of 9/11Bloomberg
A Day That Stands Alone in HistoryNew York Times
Fox News –Voice of America –USA Today
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Azharuddin’s son critical, nephew dead in bike crash – NDTV.com


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Azharuddin's son critical, nephew dead in bike crash
NDTV.com
Hyderabad: Sunday morning brought terrible news for former India skipper Mohammad Azharuddin. His younger son Ayazuddin was critically injured and his nephew Ajmal-ur-Rahman died in a bike accident in Hyderabad. Ayaz has played in the under 13,
Azharuddin's son critically injured in road accidentThe Hindu
Azharuddin's son critical after bike mishap, friend diesIndian Express
Mohammed Azharuddin's son critical after bike accidentDaily News & Analysis
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Tamil Nadu: 3 die in police firing in Ramanathapuram – NDTV.com


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Tamil Nadu: 3 die in police firing in Ramanathapuram
NDTV.com
Madurai: Three people died when the police opened fire after being attacked by a mob in Tamil Nadu's Ramanathapuram district today. According to reports, Trouble began when police arrested John Pandian, a dalit leader, in a bid to prevent him from
Three killed in police firing in caste-sensitive south Tamil NaduTimes of India
Three killed in police firing at ParamakudiThe Hindu
Police firing kills three dalits in Tamil NaduHindustan Times
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Mamata snubs PM, opts out of Bangladesh visit – IBNLive.com


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Mamata snubs PM, opts out of Bangladesh visit
IBNLive.com
New Delhi: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday backed out of the scheduled Bangladesh visit with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. Sources said the Chief Minister's move came after serious differences arose with the Centre in the proposed
Comprehensive cooperation treaty with Dhaka during Manmohan's visitThe Hindu
Mamata Banerjee opts out of PM's Bangladesh visitEconomic Times
Mamata not to accompany PM to DhakaTimes of India
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Serious about extraditing Headley: Narayanan – IBNLive.com


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Serious about extraditing Headley: Narayanan
IBNLive.com
New Delhi: Former national security adviser MK Narayanan on Sunday came out in support of the UPA government saying that they were serious about extraditing 26/11 accused David Coleman Headley. He also told CNN-IBN that a chargesheet against Headley
'India was never serious about Headley extradition'Times of India
'India was never serious about Headley's extradition'Hindustan Times
'Narayanan's exit as NSA was positive development for US'The Hindu
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BJP supports Anna’s cause, but won’t march under his leadership: Jaitley – IBNLive.com


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BJP supports Anna's cause, but won't march under his leadership: Jaitley
IBNLive.com
New Delhi: Senior BJP Leader Arun Jaitley has said that he is willing to support Anna Hazare as a symbol in the battle against corruption, but not march under his leadership. BJP President Nitin Gadkari had said that the party will fight under Anna's
Nitin Gadkari's comment on Anna Hazare's leadership metaphorical: Arun JaitleyEconomic Times

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Thousands march to India Gate to celebrate ‘victory’ – Hindustan Times


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Thousands march to India Gate to celebrate 'victory'
Hindustan Times
Thousands gathered at India Gate this evening to celebrate victory of Anna Hazare's crusade against anti-corruption took the nation by storm. The Gandhian on Sunday broke his 12-day fast declaring that electoral reforms will be on top of his agenda.
People celebrate Anna's 'miracle'The Hindu
Jubilant supporters celebrate end of Anna Hazare's fastEconomic Times
Chennai: Anna supporters chalk out next stageIBNLive.com
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Agnivesh web clips spark row – Times of India


Daily Bhaskar
Agnivesh web clips spark row
Times of India
NEW DELHI: Activist Swami Agnivesh, who was a key member of Team Anna till the ninth day of Anna Hazare's 12-day fast, has courted controversy with video clippings appearing on social network sites allegedly showing him criticising the anti-corruption
Team Anna targets Agnivesh over controversial videoIBNLive.com
'Anna should have broken his fast earlier', reiterates AgniveshTruthDive
Agnivesh slams Team Anna, UPABusiness Standard
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Open letter to Narendra Modi from 2002 riot victims – IBNLive.com

Globe and MailOpen letter to Narendra Modi from 2002 riot victimsIBNLive.comNew Delhi: The 2002 Gujarat riots victims gathered at Naroda Patiya and sent an open letter to Narendra Modi seeking justice. Why do you have to undertake this “Sadbhavna Mission” by observing three days “upvaas”?? No other Chief Minister of the 26 …Modi’s fast a […]

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America pauses for a minute to remember 9/11 victims – Hindustan Times

Telegraph.co.ukAmerica pauses for a minute to remember 9/11 victimsHindustan TimesPTI US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle along with former President George Bush and his wife Laura led the world in mourning the loss of nearly 3000 people, who lost their lives exactly 10 years ago in the most fearful terror attack that …US […]

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Azharuddin’s son critical, nephew dead in bike crash – NDTV.com

Zee NewsAzharuddin’s son critical, nephew dead in bike crashNDTV.comHyderabad: Sunday morning brought terrible news for former India skipper Mohammad Azharuddin. His younger son Ayazuddin was critically injured and his nephew Ajmal-ur-Rahman died in a bike accident in Hyderabad. Ayaz has played in the under 13, …Azharuddin’s son critically injured in road accidentThe HinduAzharuddin’s son critical […]

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Tamil Nadu: 3 die in police firing in Ramanathapuram – NDTV.com

The HinduTamil Nadu: 3 die in police firing in RamanathapuramNDTV.comMadurai: Three people died when the police opened fire after being attacked by a mob in Tamil Nadu’s Ramanathapuram district today. According to reports, Trouble began when police arrested John Pandian, a dalit leader, in a bid to prevent him from …Three killed in police firing […]

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Mamata snubs PM, opts out of Bangladesh visit – IBNLive.com

Moneycontrol.comMamata snubs PM, opts out of Bangladesh visitIBNLive.comNew Delhi: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday backed out of the scheduled Bangladesh visit with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. Sources said the Chief Minister’s move came after serious differences arose with the Centre in the proposed …Comprehensive cooperation treaty with Dhaka during Manmohan’s visitThe HinduMamata […]

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Serious about extraditing Headley: Narayanan – IBNLive.com

The HinduSerious about extraditing Headley: NarayananIBNLive.comNew Delhi: Former national security adviser MK Narayanan on Sunday came out in support of the UPA government saying that they were serious about extraditing 26/11 accused David Coleman Headley. He also told CNN-IBN that a chargesheet against Headley …’India was never serious about Headley extradition’Times of India’India was never […]

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BJP supports Anna’s cause, but won’t march under his leadership: Jaitley – IBNLive.com

SamayLiveBJP supports Anna’s cause, but won’t march under his leadership: JaitleyIBNLive.comNew Delhi: Senior BJP Leader Arun Jaitley has said that he is willing to support Anna Hazare as a symbol in the battle against corruption, but not march under his leadership. BJP President Nitin Gadkari had said that the party will fight under Anna’s …Nitin […]

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Thousands march to India Gate to celebrate ‘victory’ – Hindustan Times

CTV.caThousands march to India Gate to celebrate ‘victory’Hindustan TimesThousands gathered at India Gate this evening to celebrate victory of Anna Hazare’s crusade against anti-corruption took the nation by storm. The Gandhian on Sunday broke his 12-day fast declaring that electoral reforms will be on top of his agenda. …People celebrate Anna’s ‘miracle’The HinduJubilant supporters celebrate […]

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Agnivesh web clips spark row – Times of India

Daily BhaskarAgnivesh web clips spark rowTimes of IndiaNEW DELHI: Activist Swami Agnivesh, who was a key member of Team Anna till the ninth day of Anna Hazare’s 12-day fast, has courted controversy with video clippings appearing on social network sites allegedly showing him criticising the anti-corruption …Team Anna targets Agnivesh over controversial videoIBNLive.com’Anna should have […]

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