MIM legislature Owaisi injured in attack

HYDERABAD (AMN) The most vocal legislator of Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) in Andhra Pradesh Akbaruddin Owaisi was critically injured when assailants fired at him here Saturday.

NCM asks CM to take care of minorities

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NEW DELHI: The National Commission for Minorities (NCM) has asked the Delhi Chief Minister Mrs. Sheila Dikshit to appoint heads of Wakf Board and Haj Committee soon as the posts are lying vacant for long time.

AMU fraternity denounce campus closure ‘Firmaan’

ALIGRAH (AMN/ TIA) The Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has once again become the victim of a larger conspiracy on Saturday with university administration shut down the campus indefinitely hampering careers of thousand of innocent students.

AI warns of sacking pilots; passengers stranded

NEW DELHI:  Even as ten pilots have reported to work after Air India ultimatum to the agitating pilots to resume duties, thousands of passengers were stranded on Friday

Centre asks Gujarat to provide security to Bhatt

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NEW DELHI: Home minister P Chidambarm on Friday warned the Gujarat government that no harm should come to IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt.

Purulia arms drop case get murkier

NEW DELHI: (Agencies) In a sensational allegation that put a question mark on the India’s security system, Kim Davy, an accused in the 1995 Purulia arms drop case, has told a TV channel

CPI(M) for judicial probe in Purulia arms drop case

NEW DELHI (AMN): The Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) on Friday demanded a judicial inquiry into the Purulia arms drop case of 1995.

PAC splits; majority rejects report on 2G scam

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NEW DELHI:   The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) led by BJP leader Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi probing the 2G scam got sharply divided on Thursday as majority of eleven out of 21 members rejected the draft report prepared by the Chairman.

NAC approves draft bill on communal violence

TIA correspondent
NEW DELHI The National Advisory Council (NAC) on Thursday finalised a draft bill to curb the menace of communal violence in the country. The Bill also includes attacks against Schedule Caste and Schedule Tribe and religious minorities.

Railways take Air India burden run special trains

NEW DELHI: (AMN) In order to clear extra rush of passengers due to pilots strike of Air India, the Ministry of Railways has decided to run special trains on important sectors.