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India and Bhutan discuss key issues

NEW DELHI: India and Bhutan today discussed several key issues concerning both the countries that include security and border management, threat perceptions and sharing of real time information.

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NTEL agencies warn of terror strikes on Mumbai-Ahmedabad luxury buses

MUMBAI: Maharashtra Police have received inputs from central intelligence agencies about possibility of terror attacks on luxury buses plying between Mumbai and Ahmedabad and steps have been taken to foil any such bid.

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India miffed over UK par moves to discuss human rights in J&K

NEW DELHI: Miffed over British Parliament's moves to discuss alleged human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir, India today said it has taken "due note of the issue" and asserted there were effective mechanisms within the country's democratic framework to address any grievance or any aberration.

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Day after clash, tension in Bharatpur continues

JAIPUR: Tension persisted in Rajasthan's Bharatpur district Thursday, a day after clashes between two communities over a plot of land claimed at least four lives and left 21 injured, mostly with gunshot wounds, police said.

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Centre comes out with slew of anti-corruption measures

NEW DELHI:  Under attack over corruption, the government on Wednesday came out with a slew of anti-graft measures which include doing away with certain discretionary powers of ministers, a three-month limit to grant sanction for prosecution and setting up of fast-track courts.

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China dismantles Indian bunkers

LEH: Chinese troops are reported to have entered into Indian territory and destroyed some old Army bunkers and tents in Chumar division of Nyoma sector, about 300 kilometres from here.

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More homes of corrupt officials to be seized: Nitish

PATNA: Writing in his blog for the first time since returning to power, the Bihar Chief Minister, Mr Nitish Kumar has warned corrupt officials that their property would be seized and used for public purpose and said his government has already set a precedent.

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‘Indian Railways working on system to check collisions’

CHENNAI: Indian Railways are working on a system to prevent train accidents like the one near Arakkonam in Tamil Nadu Tuesday night, which killed 10 and injured 86, said the Railway Minister, Mr Dinesh Trivedi  on Wednesday.

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Bountiful monsoon; no sign of withdrawal yet

NEW DELHI: India has received bountiful rains this season and there are no signs yet of withdrawal of monsoon which promises to bring more showers in eastern and northwest parts of the country.

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Centre alerts Goa on terror

NEW DELHI: The Centre has advised all states bordering Maharashtra to be fully alert in the wake of intelligence inputs that terrorists may target Chhatrapati Shivaji international airport in Mumbai by using small aircraft.

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