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Achuthanandan moves SC against Pillai`s release

Former CM VS
Achuthanandan on Tuesday filed a petition in the Supreme Court
challenging release of Kerala Congress-B leader R Balakrishna

Kerala: Ex-minister Pillai granted parole to visit ailing wife

Kerala Congress (B) leader
and former state minister, R Balakrishna Pillai, serving one-year imprisonment in a corruption case since February last, was today granted parole for 10 days.

All about fashion backstage from Pillai

Ambika Pillai rues that people backstage don`t get their due.

‘Industries forced to buy peace with Maoists’

Many industries located in Maoist-
dominated areas are forced to buy peace with the extremists due to insecured environment, Union Home Secretary Gopal K
Pillai said Saturday.

26/11 attack trial among issues to be taken by Home Secys

Follow up action on prosecution
of perpetrators of Mumbai attacks, repatriation of fishermen, cros-LoC trade and a host of other issues would be on the table during talks between Home Secretaries of India and Pakistan.

`Emergence of right-wing terror a cause of worry`

Emergence of right-wing terror
elements in the country is a "cause of worry" for the
government which, however, says it is not a "big threat" now.

Chidambaram, Pillai on Naxal radar

Govt has enhanced security of PC and Home Secy as Maoists plan to attak them after Azad`s killing.

Krishna keeps cool: Rejects Qureshi`s rant, says talks cordial

Refusing to get into a war-of-words with his Pak counterpart, SM Krishna opted for measured approach to insinuations from Islamabad.

Army to return to barracks in a few days: Pillai

The army deployed in Kashmir
valley in the wake of recent violence would go back to
barracks in the "next few days", the Centre said tonight.

Eco blockade in Manipur may be lifted in next few days: Pillai

With the situation in Manipur
improving, the Government today said it was hopeful that the
economic blockade in the state would be lifted in the next few

Maoist attack in Dantewada could have been deadlier: Pillai

The Maoist attack earlier this week on a bus carrying civilians in Dantewada in Chhattisgarh could have been deadlier, Home Secretary GK Pillai said.

Additional charges make Headley`s extradition possible: Pillai

India on Friday said the extradition
of Pakistani-American David Coleman Headley to the country is
still possible as there are additional charges against him,
which are not part of the plea bargain.

India will protest if Headley is let off lightly: Pillai

Amid apprehensions that terror
suspect David Headley might cut a deal to escape severe
punishment, India today said it will lodge a "very strong
protest" if he gets a "light" sentence in the Chicago court.

Govt ready for criticism but flays Maoist violence

Asserting that the government is
ready to take criticism for its anti-Naxal offensive, G K Pillai said those who advocate the cause of Maoists should have the courage to call a spade a spade.

Talks with ULFA without formal letter from them: Pillai

Peace talks with the ULFA could
be held right away even without a formal letter from the
proscribed insurgent outfit, Union Home Secretary G K
Pillai said on Tuesday.

Preventive action needed to avert terror attack: Pillai

Emphasising the need for a
preventive action to avert terror attacks, Union Home
Secretary G K Pillai on Thursday said more resources should be
deployed for the purpose.

Pillai meets civil rights groups, church leaders in Nagaland

Opinion of civil society groups,
church leaders and student bodies in Nagaland has been sought
on the vexed Naga political conflict before finalising counter
proposals against the NSCN-IM`s charter of demands.