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BJP seeks Chidambaram’s resignation over Liberhan report leak – Economic Times


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BJP seeks Chidambaram's resignation over Liberhan report leak
Economic Times
NEW DELHI: Attacking the government for "leakage" of the Liberhan Commission report on the 1992 Babri mosque demolition, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday sought Home Minister P Chidambaram's resignation and demanded a joint parliamentary
Ayodhya mosque report blames India's BJP oppositionBBC News
Govt's reply to Liberhan all promisesIBNLive.com
Kalyan calls Liberhan report 'politically motivated'Sify
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Obama welcomes Indian leader to US – CNN International


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Obama welcomes Indian leader to US
CNN International
President Obama hosts Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in a state visit Tuesday at the White House. Washington (CNN) — Citing India's importance, President Barack Obama on Tuesday called it fitting that Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh should
US President Obama and Indian PM Singh hold talksBBC News
Obama Hosts Indian Prime Minister in First State Visit of PresidencyVoice of America
Obama Welcomes India's Prime Minister to White HouseWall Street Journal
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Afghan troops announcement likely Dec. 1 – Washington Post


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Afghan troops announcement likely Dec. 1
Washington Post
The White House is bracing for a tough sell of President Barack Obama's long-awaited decision on whether to commit tens of thousands of new US forces to the stalemated war in Afghanistan. (Nov. 24) By Michael D. Shear and Scott Wilson President Obama
Obama to announce Afghanistan surge next weekTimes Online
US 'to send 34000 more troops to Afghanistan'guardian.co.uk
Obama to make tough sell for his pending Afghan troop decisionXinhua
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Gogoi condemns twin bomb blasts in Nalbari – Hindustan Times


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Gogoi condemns twin bomb blasts in Nalbari
Hindustan Times
PTI Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Monday strongly condemned the twin bomb blasts in Nalbari and said those responsible for it would be apprehended and dealt with firmly. "I have directed the district authorities to launch a massive operation and
ULFA trying to shift base to China, says CM GogoiTimes of India
ULFA trying to shift base to China, says Assam CMIBNLive.com
'Cycle bombs' kill six in AssamCalcutta Telegraph
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India PM starts visit to US – Aljazeera.net


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India PM starts visit to US
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Manmohan Singh, India's prime minister, has arrived in Washington for a four-day visit aimed at bettering ties with the US. Singh flew into Andrews Air Force Base, Rahul Chhabra, an Indian embassy spokesman said on Monday.
Thanks for the Invite Mr. President, Now Can We Talk About Beijing?Wall Street Journal
Pakistan has not done enough on Mumbai attacks: Manmohan SinghTimes of India
Indian PM Becomes President Obama's First State GuestVoice of America
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Pakistan has not done enough on Mumbai attacks: Manmohan Singh – Times of India


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Pakistan has not done enough on Mumbai attacks: Manmohan Singh
Times of India
WASHINGTON: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has expressed India's concern over Pakistan's continued inaction in bringing the perpetrators of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks to justice contrary to its assurances. "No they haven't done enough," he said to a
Economy, defence high on Manmohan\'s agendaIBNLive.com
US Senate passes unanimous resolution on India and PM's visitHindustan Times
'India's support crucial for US in Af-Pak'Zee News
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CM’s harmony tune is RSS’s favourite track – Daily News & Analysis


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CM's harmony tune is RSS's favourite track
Daily News & Analysis
Bangalore: Beleaguered chief minister BS Yeddyurappa on Sunday received the full backing of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) with its chief, Mohan Bhagwat, lauding his successful efforts in fostering linguistic harmony between Kannadigas and
'60 years after, our borders aren't safe'Express Buzz
Western development is lop-sided: RSS chiefPress Trust of India
BJP can't break free from RSSEconomic Times
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Swimmers, poets among 2010 Rhodes Scholars from US – The Associated Press


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Swimmers, poets among 2010 Rhodes Scholars from US
The Associated Press
When Henry Spelman found out he'd won a Rhodes Scholarship, his first call was to his girlfriend. To share the good news, of course, but also to see whether she was a winner as well. The couple, both seniors at the University of North Carolina,
Rhodes pushbackAtlantic Online (blog)
Barmeier '10 wins Rhodes ScholarshipPrinceton University The Daily Princetonian
North Central grad chosen as Rhodes ScholarWTHR
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No scope for 3rd party intervention in Indo-Pak ties, Yechury – Times of India


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No scope for 3rd party intervention in Indo-Pak ties, Yechury
Times of India
PTI 21 November 2009, 09:22pm IST NEW DELHI: The Indian communist parties have held discussions with their Chinese counterparts here, but maintained there was "absolutely no scope or need" for third- party intervention in Indo-Pak relations,
India concerned over 'perceived missteps' of Obama admn: DailyHindustan Times
Singh-Obama meet to set forth Indo-US relationship frameworkDaily News & Analysis
'Obama should signal to carry forward nuke deal with India'Sify
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BJP seeks Chidambaram’s resignation over Liberhan report leak – Economic Times

PakTribune.comBJP seeks Chidambaram’s resignation over Liberhan report leakEconomic TimesNEW DELHI: Attacking the government for “leakage” of the Liberhan Commission report on the 1992 Babri mosque demolition, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday sought Home Minister P Chidambaram’s resignation and demanded a joint parliamentary …Ayodhya mosque report blames India’s BJP oppositionBBC NewsGovt’s reply to Liberhan […]

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Obama welcomes Indian leader to US – CNN International

BBC NewsObama welcomes Indian leader to USCNN InternationalPresident Obama hosts Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in a state visit Tuesday at the White House. Washington (CNN) — Citing India’s importance, President Barack Obama on Tuesday called it fitting that Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh should …US President Obama and Indian PM Singh hold talksBBC NewsObama […]

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Afghan troops announcement likely Dec. 1 – Washington Post

Telegraph.co.ukAfghan troops announcement likely Dec. 1Washington PostThe White House is bracing for a tough sell of President Barack Obama’s long-awaited decision on whether to commit tens of thousands of new US forces to the stalemated war in Afghanistan. (Nov. 24) By Michael D. Shear and Scott Wilson President Obama …Obama to announce Afghanistan surge next […]

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Gogoi condemns twin bomb blasts in Nalbari – Hindustan Times

Washington PostGogoi condemns twin bomb blasts in NalbariHindustan TimesPTI Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Monday strongly condemned the twin bomb blasts in Nalbari and said those responsible for it would be apprehended and dealt with firmly. “I have directed the district authorities to launch a massive operation and …ULFA trying to shift base to […]

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India PM starts visit to US – Aljazeera.net

Times LIVEIndia PM starts visit to USAljazeera.netManmohan Singh, India’s prime minister, has arrived in Washington for a four-day visit aimed at bettering ties with the US. Singh flew into Andrews Air Force Base, Rahul Chhabra, an Indian embassy spokesman said on Monday. …Thanks for the Invite Mr. President, Now Can We Talk About Beijing?Wall Street […]

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Pakistan has not done enough on Mumbai attacks: Manmohan Singh – Times of India

Times LIVEPakistan has not done enough on Mumbai attacks: Manmohan SinghTimes of IndiaWASHINGTON: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has expressed India’s concern over Pakistan’s continued inaction in bringing the perpetrators of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks to justice contrary to its assurances. “No they haven’t done enough,” he said to a …Economy, defence high on Manmohan\’s agendaIBNLive.comUS […]

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CM’s harmony tune is RSS’s favourite track – Daily News & Analysis

Thaindian.comCM’s harmony tune is RSS’s favourite trackDaily News & AnalysisBangalore: Beleaguered chief minister BS Yeddyurappa on Sunday received the full backing of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) with its chief, Mohan Bhagwat, lauding his successful efforts in fostering linguistic harmony between Kannadigas and …’60 years after, our borders aren’t safe’Express BuzzWestern development is lop-sided: RSS […]

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Swimmers, poets among 2010 Rhodes Scholars from US – The Associated Press

Opelika Auburn NewsSwimmers, poets among 2010 Rhodes Scholars from USThe Associated PressWhen Henry Spelman found out he’d won a Rhodes Scholarship, his first call was to his girlfriend. To share the good news, of course, but also to see whether she was a winner as well. The couple, both seniors at the University of North […]

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No scope for 3rd party intervention in Indo-Pak ties, Yechury – Times of India

Indian ExpressNo scope for 3rd party intervention in Indo-Pak ties, YechuryTimes of IndiaPTI 21 November 2009, 09:22pm IST NEW DELHI: The Indian communist parties have held discussions with their Chinese counterparts here, but maintained there was “absolutely no scope or need” for third- party intervention in Indo-Pak relations, …India concerned over ‘perceived missteps’ of Obama […]

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