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Published: Sat, 03 Dec 2016 18:24:01 GMT

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Now, it's Mamata vs Bengal governor over army's deployment at toll plazas
"Every person should be careful while making allegations against a responsible organisation like army," West Bengal Governor Keshri Nath Tripathi said.



India, Qatar sign agreements on visas, cyberspace, investments
Modi and the Qatari Prime Minister, who is in New Delhi on his first visit, discussed enhancing cooperation in defence and security, in particular in cyber security and agreed on joint action to tackle money laundering and terrorist financing.



Heart of Asia conference begins with focus on tackling terror
Being attended by nearly 40 countries and leading groupings like the European Union, the annual conference of the Heart of Asia -- Istanbul Process is deliberating on various challenges facing Afghanistan, including revival of a peace process in the conflict-ridden country.



FIR registered in gang rape case of US woman at Delhi hotel
They said the alleged gang rape took place in April and the "severely traumatised" victim returned to her home without lodging any complaint.



Ambush on Assam Rifles leaves 1 soldier dead, 9 injured
Defence Public Relations Officer Lt Colonel Chiranjeet Konwar said the militants ambushed the convoy of 16 Assam Rifles stationed in the district near Wakka at around 1.45 pm, killing one jawan on the spot while injuring nine others.



Despite murmurs against his stand, Nitish backs demonetisation
"This 'notebandi' is a positive step which will lead to benefits. It will happen," the JD-U president said, terming corruption and black money as a "big sin and festering wound" which must be eradicated.



Why China is upset at Trump's call with this lady
Donald Trump is believed to be the first US President or President-elect to have spoken to a Taiwanese leader since 1979, when the US severed diplomatic ties with Taiwan after its recognition of the People's Republic of China, points out former RA & W officer Jayadeva Ranade.



UK's new five pound bill sparks protest from Hindus
The group has been encouraging people to sign a petition calling for the withdrawal of the notes as vegans and vegetarians continued to express outrage at the use of tallow, a substance derived from animal fat.



Trump tears up diplomacy; phone call with Taiwan could irk China
Breaking decades of US diplomatic policy, President-elect Donald Trump spoke to Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen and discussed various issues, a move which could infuriate China.



The story that brought a tear to a General's eye
On World Disability Day, in the presence of 150 differently abled soldiers, Lieutenant General P M Hariz, the Southern Army Commander, honoured the late Rediff.com columnist Flying Officer M P Anil Kumar.