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Sri Lankan Navy arrests four Indian fishermen
Four Indian fishermen have been arrested by the Sri Lankan Navy, according to reports.
Will discuss possibility of Janata Dal-2 next month: JD(U)
The possibility of constituting Janata Dal-2 by bringing together leaders of erstwhile Janata Dal would be discussed in the first week of December in New Delhi.
Militants possibly infiltrated from across IB: Army
Army on Friday said that the four heavily- armed terrorists who were gunned down in a gunfight with security forces in Jammu district had possibly infiltrated into India from across the International Border (IB).
HP govt may approach SC for seeking justice for Pong dam oustees: CM
Himachal Pradesh chief minister Virbhadra singh on Friday said that the state government has taken a serious view of "reluctance" of Rajasthan Government to comply with Supreme court directions regarding giving possession of irrigable land to Pong dam oustees and put them back on the originally allotted land.
Fog likely to hit air services in Delhi from December third week
Flight services to-and-from the national capital's Indira Gandhi International Airport might be interrupted due to medium-heavy fog conditions expected to commence from the third week of December.
449 suicides in armed forces since 2011: Manohar Parrikar
There have been at least 449 suicides in the armed forces since 2011, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar told parliament Friday.
LG meets affected ppl from Rangpuri, promises prompt relief
Delhi Lt Governor Najeeb Jung on Friday directed the Chief Secretary and other officials to take immediate steps for providing succour to those affected in the demolition drive at the Rangpuri Pahadi slums.  
Special agency like NIA needed to tackle new ear cyber crimes: NSG
In a bid to tackle new era cyber crimes, NSG chief JN Chaudhury on Friday advocated in favour of creating a specialised agency to deal with cyber crimes across the states.
Globalisation with human soul needed to make better world: Kailash Satyarthi
Nobel laureate and child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi on Friday advocated globalisation with human values and compassion to make a better world for the future.
`Officials, VIPs abuse status to get free air tickets`
Tehelka Magazine on Friday claimed some officials, bureaucrats and other VIPs had "abused" their status to get free tickets and other facilities from a private airline in gross violation of service rules and propriety.
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