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Security tightened at Modi's rally venue after hoax bomb threat

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FIR filed against son of Congress MP after clash in Amethi

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Geelani meets Pak High Commissioner Abdul Basit

Geelani meets Pak High Commissioner Abdul Basit

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A Krishnappa elected State JD(S) president

A Krishnappa elected State JD(S) president

The ruling Pakistan People's Party and opposition Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) on Tuesday continued mudslinging against each other on the Asghar Khan case, further soiling the already gloomy politics of the country. The People’s Party Information Secretary Qamar Zaman Kaira, who is also the Information and Broadcasting Minister and PML-N Information Secretary Mushahidullah Khan hurled allegations against each other's parties.

The ruling Pakistan People's Party and opposition Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) on Tuesday continued mudslinging against each other on the Asghar Khan case, further soiling the already gloomy politics of the country. The People’s Party Information Secretary Qamar Zaman Kaira, who is also the Information and Broadcasting Minister and PML-N Information Secretary Mushahidullah Khan hurled allegations against each other's parties.

A day before the US presidential elections, officials in New York and New Jersey, the two worst hit states by hurricane Sandy, were scrambling to put in place alternate voting sites to enable millions disrupted by the storm to cast their ballot. City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said election officials were grappling with ‘real problems’ amidst continued power outages, a partially restored public transport system and freezing temperatures that made

A day before the US presidential elections, officials in New York and New Jersey, the two worst hit states by hurricane Sandy, were scrambling to put in place alternate voting sites to enable millions disrupted by the storm to cast their ballot. City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said election officials were grappling with ‘real problems’ amidst continued power outages, a partially restored public transport system and freezing temperatures that made

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