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Act against the vandals, say activists
NEW DELHI, JAN. 31. The attack on the famous works of art — including those of veteran artists such as N.S. Bendre and M.F. Husain — in a gallery in Surat, Gujarat, allegedly by Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal activists, evoked ...

She transported one to a bygone, beautiful era
MUMBAI, JAN. 31.Once labelled as the country's most enduring female singer, the passing away of Suraiyya in Mumbai today marks the end of a golden era. The highest paid female star of her time, Suraiyya's singing generated mass hysteria, with ...

Speaker's reference modified to include the Mahatma's name
NEW DELHI, JAN. 31.The Lok Sabha Speaker, Manohar Joshi, has modified the text of the obituary reference read out on the occasion of Martyr's Day on Friday, to include the name of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. Almost the entire ...

Terrorists recruiting tribal children
UDHAMPUR (JAMMU), JAN. 31.Terrorists are increasingly resorting to recruitment of children belonging to all age groups in the hills of Udhampur and are using them for their operations against the security forces. Most of these children belong to ...

Kalam, Stallman discuss open source software
NEW DELHI, JAN. 31.The President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, last Thursday played host to two radically divergent poles of the global software industry. The first to meet the President was Richard Stallman, the leading light of the free and open ...

Accused in Deorala `sati' case acquitted
JAIPUR, JAN. 31. All the 11 persons accused of glorifying sati in the infamous incident in Deorala, Rajasthan in 1987, were acquitted by a special court here today on the ground that the prosecution could not establish the charges. The accused ...

Other Stories

  • LoC fencing in Jammu nearing completion
  • PM condoles death
  • Academy turns `matrimonial market'
  • NPCIL takes up challenge to double n-power contribution
  • Shekhawat greets people on Id-ul-Zuha
  • Secularity is not secularism: Pope
  • India, Romania for closer economic ties
  • Gulmarg to be made international winter games venue
  • Bihar bans import of birds
  • This printer bridges photography's `digital divide'
  • Gang-rape of Swede: Goan police arrest one
  • `Santiniketan becoming a concrete jungle'
  • Pakistani MPs among audience at Vigyan Bhavan
  • He's for songs of love
  • FICCI signs accords with Romania
  • DD prime time for regional programmes under study
  • Indian Airlines launches cargo website
  • Journalists injured
  • Daler acquitted in threatening case
  • Violinist dead
  • `India could lead the fight against human trafficking'



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