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India leaders appeal after blasts  India's president Pratibha Patil and prime minister have appealed for calm after a series of explosions in Ahmedabad Delhi shopping areas hit by bombs
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  Dalai Lama pleads for peaceful dialogue  The Dalai Lama rejected allegations from the Chinese government, saying he does not seek the separation of Tibet Torch arrives amid cheers and protests  Chinese cheerleaders and Tibetan protesters greeted the Olympic flame, amid massive security for the next leg of the torch relay Heavy security for torch  The Olympic torch relay has completed the latest leg of its world tour amid heavy security to protect it from protests MPs to hold confidence vote  The parliament will hold a vote of confidence in the Congress party-led government that could decide the fate of a nuclear deal with the US Indian government survives vote
Tata Motors unveils bargain car  Tata Motors has unveiled the world's cheapest motor car Tata Nano at India's biggest car show Police broken organ-trafficking scheme

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  Police have broken up what they call a global organ-trafficking scheme and are hunting its alleged mastermind, doctor Amit Kumar

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  Congress party-led government has survived a vote of confidence over a civilian nuclear deal with the US

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  5 bombs have ripped through busy shopping areas of the capital, within minutes of each other, killing at least 18 people
 The explosions also injured about 80 people and happened in crowded areas. A local TV news channe had received an e-mail before the blasts from a group calling itself the 'Indian Mujahideen'. Pakistan has joined in Indian condemnation of the attacks
Sep.19   Inspector, bomb suspects die in gunbattle   A police officer and 2 Islamic terrorists believed involved in a series of bombings were killed in gunbattle in New Delhi

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Nov.29     Home Minister 'quits' over Mumbai attacks
  Shivraj Patil has submitted his resignation. The Indian government under a pressure to explain why it was unable to prevent the militant strikes
Nov.30     India considers anti-terror body
  Prime Minister Singh has opened cross-party talks on setting up a federal agency of investigation after the Mumbai attacks

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Dec.1     India makes protest to Pakistan  India has summoned Pakistan's high commissioner to lodge a formal protest over the attacks in Mumbai that killed nearly 200 people Dec.3     US urges Pakistan help on Mumbai
  Secretary of State Rice has said that Pakistan must act 'fully and transparently' in efforts to bring the Mumbai attackers to justice Dec.5     Top law official admits Mumbai 'lapses'  Chidambaram, India's top law enforcement official, has admitted there were government 'lapses' during last week's terror attack Dec.12   U.S. envoy urges to aid Mumbai probe  Deputy Secretary of State John Negroponte called for international support to help India investigate the deadly terrorist attacks Dec.13     Brown in India for terror talks
  UK Prime Minister has travelled to India to discuss terrorism and try to calm relations with Pakistan following the Mumbai attacks

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