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Pillai’s remarks on ISI were ill-timed: Krishna

NEW DELHI: Days after Indo-Pak talks ended in sharp differences, the External Affairs Minister, Mr S M Krishna on Wednesday broke his silence over the controversy surrounding the Union home secretary, Mr G K Pillai’s remarks on ISI’s involvement in Mumbai attacks, describing their timing as "very unfortunate".

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Warrants against 2 Pak Army majors, 3 LeT terrorists

NEW DELHI: A Delhi court on Wednesday issued non-bailable warrants against two serving Pakistani Army majors and three LeT operatives, saying terror suspect David Headley had disclosed that they were involved in terror strikes in Delhi, Mumbai and other places from 2005 to 2009.

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67 unruly MLAs suspended from Bihar assembly

PATNA: Sixty-seven opposition MLAs in Bihar were suspended for unruly behaviour and marshalled out as utter chaos prevailed inside and outside the assembly on Wednesday during which a slipper was flung at the Speaker and a woman member threw several flower pots around.

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Delhi cops charge sheet Madhuri Gupta

NEW DELHI: Delhi police on Tuesday filed a charge sheet against disgraced diplomat Madhuri Gupta accusing her of passing secret information to Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) during her posting in Islamabad.

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Former AG Banerji passes away

NEW DELHI: Milon Kumar Banerji, who held the office of Attorney General of India twice between 1992-96 and 2004-09, died here on Tuesday after months of illness, family sources said.

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63 killed in Bengal train tragedy

SAINTHIA (WB):  A high speed Sealdah-bound express train tore into the rear of another killing 63 people and injuring 92 others at Sainthia station of Birbhum district, apparently overshooting a signal in the small hours of the day.

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11 Malegaon blast accused to be charged under MCOCA

MUMBAI: All the 11 accused, including a serving Indian Army officer, in the September 29, 2008 Malegaon bomb blast are to be charged under the stringent Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act, the Bombay High Court said on Monday, setting aside a lower court ruling.

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