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‘mortal threat’ to world As the Taliban
spreads its tentacles toward Islamabad, U.S. Secretary of State
Hillary Rodham Clinton on Wednesday accused the government of
“abdicating” to the extremists and urged the people of
Pakistan to speak up against the militant menace.
policeman watches burning tankers on the outskirts of Peshawar on
Thursday. Taliban militants destroyed seven trucks loaded with
supplies for NATO forces.
55 pc cast vote in second phase
5 cops die in Naxal
violence New Delhi, April 23
Just a week after Naxals
carried out coordinated attacks during the first phase of
polling, five policemen were killed and a civilian driver of
their vehicle was critically injured when Maoist guerrillas set
off a landmine in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur district as the polling
for 13 LS seats in the state ended today.
In the Udhampur-Doda parliamentary
seat that went to the polls today, the Banihal Assembly segment
showed “ballot to be superior to bullet”. Over 12 former
militants stood in queues at polling stations in and around
Kaskoot in the hope of achieving what their guns could not. Former Harkat-ul Ansar militant Abdul Hamid Khan shows the ink mark on his finger after casting vote.
US call for pause in Lanka United Nations, April 23
Terming the humanitarian situation
in Sri Lanka’s war zone as “absolutely critical”, the United
Nations, the US and the UK today called for a pause in fighting and
demanded access to the embattled northern areas to help the trapped
panel stumbles on typing errors Chandigarh, April 23
The Punjab Pay Commission has
informed the Election Commission of typographical errors in its report.
It is not clear why the Commission felt it necessary to bring
typographical mistakes to the notice of the EC.
Triple Murder 3 brothers get
death, wives life term Hisar, April 23
Three brothers were today sentenced
to death by a local court on a charge of committing murders. The wives
of the three convicts and their uncle were sentenced to life
imprisonment in the same case.
Tanda Case SC: Gun culture
of West may catch on Court expresses concern over
parents’ unreasonable demands New Delhi, April 23
The Supreme Court today reserved
its verdict in the ragging case relating to the Dr Rajendra Prasad
Government Medical College, Tanda, and various other states after
expressing concern over the deteriorating value system and parents’
unreasonable expectations that had a devastating effect on the psyche of
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