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Nepal's quiet, barely known chief justice is on the verge of taking almost total control of the Himalayan nation, becoming the interim head of government as well as the top judge in a country that has been without a legislature for months. It seems
Joi Bangla!", "Mulla barir Rajakar, ei muhurtey Bangla char (Islamists leave Bangladesh)" , "Jamaat mandir jalachchey, Hinduder ghor bhangchey.. aita ki hotey debo? (Can we allow Hindu temples and homes to be burnt and destroyed?)" ...Hundreds of
March 3, 2013 Despite a national shutdown called by the Opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) and the Jamaat-e-Islami, Dhaka is all set to welcome Indian President Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday and accord him a state honour for his immense
Hyderabad, February 20 : Banking, Postal and other sectors were affected in the state on the first day of the two-day General Strike called up 11 Trade union bodies across the country. There was mild tension at
Security is tight in Noida, a Delhi suburb where angry workers attacked factories and set ablaze 25 vehicles, including a fire truck, on Wednesday. Police said over 50 people had been held in connection with the violence...Many state-run banks were
Limited clashes broke out when hooded youths threw fire bombs and stones at riot police, who responded with tear gas.
VDF personnel were appointed by the state authorities to protect the villages and were also helping the police in traffic management, official sources said. The appointment was done on contract basis and they have been told on various occasions that
W est Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee [ Images ] on Monday warned against any attempts to forcibly enforce general strike called on February 20 and 21 by central trade unions and said that her government will ensure normal life in the state on
including transport, banking, construction and public sector undertakings -- will participate in a two-day nation-wide strike on February 20-21 to protest the Centre's inability to tackle issues of inflation, unemployment and labour law violations.
Thousands of Bangladeshi protesters cheered Sunday on learning Parliament passed a law allowing the death penalty for an Islamist party leader, officials said. The life sentence given to Abdul Jade Mullah, the head of the Jamaal-e-Islam party accused