India to be prepared for nuclear war, says Pranab Kolkata, June 20
India does not want an arms race with Pakistan or any other country, but it will certainly pursue the policy of nuclear-war preparedness for protecting the nation, the Union Defence Minister, Mr Pranab Mukherjee, said at a press conference here today.
Modi to continue as CM Panel to probe BJP poll debacle New Delhi, June 20
The BJP Parliamentary Board which
met here today decided not to axe Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi
“at this juncture” even as there was speculation in political circle
that his days were numbered and the party was trying to buy some time to
work out a “face-saving” formula for his exit.
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parties flay BJP’s decision on Modi
New Delhi, June 20
Left parties criticised the BJP
Parliamentary Board’s decision today on not replacing Gujarat Chief
Minister Narender Modi, saying that the move exposed the Sangh
Parivar’s Hindutva agenda.
New Delhi, June 20
A retired Indian Army Lieutenant General and his wife were found brutally murdered, and their house ransacked, in their Vasant Enclave house in the Vasant Vihar area of South-West Delhi.
Crime branch sleuths in the bedroom of a Vasant Vihar Enclave house where Lieut-Gen H.S. Sethi (retd) was found murdered in the Capital on Sunday. — Tribune photo
Ishrat’s diary shows terrorist links: police
Ahmedabad, June 20
Gujarat police todaò said it had “clinching” evidence in the diary of Ishrat Jahan Sheikh to prove that she and Javed Sheikh, two of the four alleged LeT militants killed in an encounter here on June 15, were involvement in terrorist activities and
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PM’s international debut in Thailand New Delhi, June 20
It may be a coincidence but it is wholly appropriate that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh should debut in the international arena at the summit meeting of the Bangladesh India Myanmar Sri Lanka Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) to be held in Thailand by July-end.
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