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Aug 12, 2018
NRC in Assam: Call for Inner Line Permit grows in North East as local groups launch drives to keep 'migrants' outA day after the publication of NRC final draft, NGOs in states neighbouring Assam launched drives to check illegal migration to their state. In Meghalaya, non-tribal travellers were harassed at infiltration check posts, in Manipur groups attacked non-local vendors
Dec 01, 2014
Lok Sabha clears bill to revive sick textile unitsTo speed up revival of sick textile units, Lok Sabha today passed a bill to free the ailing National Textile Corporation, which has property worth Rs 25 lakh crore, from rent control laws.
Jan 22, 2012
Libya's NTC faces protesters' wrath as it grapples with transitionThe attack is a serious blow to the self-appointed but internationally recognised NTC, and underscores growing discontent over the way it is running the country.
Oct 25, 2011
Gaddafi likely to be buried in an unmarked grave todayLibya's leader, Mustafa Abdul-Jalil, said today the decisions on what to do with Gaddafi's body will be governed by a fatwa.
Oct 24, 2011
Sharia law to prevail in post-Gaddafi Libya: NTC chiefScraps ban against polygamy and announces introduction of Islamic banking.
Oct 22, 2011
Gaddafi caught like 'rat' in a drain, humiliated and shotMuammar Gaddafi made his final dash for freedom shortly before dawn prayers.
Oct 21, 2011
In video: Libya celebrates Gaddafi death, ponders what to do nextA collection of some of the most powerful videos from various media channels showing reactions to Gaddafi's death, descriptions of how he died, and what lies ahead for Libya now.
Oct 21, 2011
So, who pulled the trigger and sealed Gaddafi's bloody end?Video footage shows that Gaddafi was alive when he was captured. What happened after that may never be known...
Oct 20, 2011
One people, one future: Formal declaration of freedom on FridayThe new national flag, resurrected by rebels who forced Gaddafi from his capital Tripoli in August, filled streets and squares as jubilant crowds whooped for joy and fired in the air.