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3 Pakistani aides of NY bomb 
plotter held
n Evidence links Pak Taliban to failed Times Square attack
n Another suspicious car has New York cops on their toes
New York, May 14
Three Pakistani men, who allegedly supplied funds to Times Square bombing suspect Faisal Shahzad, were arrested by the FBI in a slew of raids across Asian-dominated suburbs, US authorities said, amid reports that another person linked to the botched plot had been held in Pakistan.

US will burn down: Taliban
World page: Pak needs to do more: Clinton

A member of the New York police bomb unit carries a gas can from a suspicious vehicle in New York on Thursday. A member of the New York police bomb unit carries a gas can from a suspicious vehicle in New York on Thursday. ó Reuters

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Despite Pak protest, India plans civilian trek to Siachen
New Delhi, May 14
Notwithstanding Pakistan's vociferous protests earlier, India will organise a civilian mountaineering and trekking expedition to the forbidding Siachen Glacier for the fourth year in a row in October-November this year.

5 Indian firms with Iran link on US radar
New Delhi, May 14
The US administration has named India's oil and gas flagship ONGC and Indian Oil Corp (IOC) among the 41 firms worldwide having energy ties with Iran, an act for which it may impose sanctions on them.

Need to address root cause of Naxalism: Sonia
New Delhi, May 14
For the first time since the gruesome Dantewada massacre of 76 security personnel, Congress president Sonia Gandhi has let her mind known on the issue by endorsing the governmentís two-pronged strategy to deal with the Maoist violence. There have been visible differences within the party on the issue of tackling left wing extremism.

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DELHIDU passes semester syllabi for science course

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BUSINESSGas to RNRL if available: Pranab

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Monsoon likely to hit Kerala on May 30
New Delhi, May 14
Southwest monsoon - the most awaited weather phenomenon that is absolutely critical for the agriculture-based economy of the country - is expected to reach Kerala on May 30, two days before its normal onset date of June 1 in the coastal state. At a media workshop organised by the IMD, Earth Sciences Minister Prithviraj Chavan today said the monsoon was likely to arrive over Kerala on May 30.

On Fateh Diwas, Badal gives prisoners a break
Pizzas for langar on concluding day of the Diwas.n Tercentenary of Banda Bahadurís martyrdom to be observed in 2016
n Chaos on roads as 300 buses used to bring villagers to venue
Fatehgarh Sahib, May 14
Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today announced a remission in sentences of prisoners to commemorate the tercentenary of Banda Bahadurís Sirhind-Fateh Diwas.
A first: Pizzas for langar on concluding day of the Diwas. Photo: Vicky Gharu



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