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India for strong G-8 message
"Police failed to step up hunt for Ansari"
Interrogation revealed that the Laskhar operative would execute plan in Mumbai
We delivered on commitments: Saran
New Delhi cannot undertake obligations beyond July 18 statement
No arrests so far
Police sketches of suspects left incomplete due to contradictory information
Show evidence of our involvement, say Pakistanis
"The basic framework of the peace process is good and may survive this crisis"
65 terror modules busted
Involvement of Indians is low
No connection between postponement, blasts: Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan said on Saturday that there was no connection between the postponement of the Foreign Secretary-level talks scheduled for July 21 and the Mumbai blasts. ``Tentatively fixed'' Foreign Ministry ...
Eight pilgrims feared drowned in Bihar
PATNA: Eight pilgrims from Uttar Pradesh were feared drowned when their vehicle was swept away by floodwaters of the Panchane River that had topped the road near Kosut village under Deepnagar police station in Nalanda district on Friday ...
Tamil-Brahmi inscription on pottery found in Thailand
The presence of the characteristic letterRaconfirms that the language is Tamil
Move to standardise computing for Tamil SMS
Forum to release set of recommendations at July 22 conference
Motormen recall the day terror struck their trains
They never knew blasts were synchronised
Yousuf, Inzamam put Pakistan back on track
Direct elections to post of Mayor scrapped
The council now can move `no confidence' motion against Mayor, Deputy Mayor
I hope to continue till Olympics: Bhupathi
NEW DELHI: Mahesh Bhupathi enjoys being on court with the kids. And the ten-time Grand Slam doubles champion gave them a memorable time at one of his new centres at the Palms Club, Gurgaon, on Friday. "It's fun. Ideally I should be doing this ...
New schemes to help farmers: Chief Minister
KOZHIKODE: Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan announced on Saturday that Adivasis would get free ration till Onam. He was on a visit to Wayanad, where the crisis in the farm sector had led to suicides and financial distress in farmers' ...
Fee structure revised for professional courses
State Government to pay difference in amount as subsidy
Chief Justice Sabharwal calls for `law aptitude test'
Proposal to streamline process of law students' intake
Impose costs on frivolous petitions, High Courts told
Allahabad High Court order upheld by Supreme Court
TRS gets Nizamabad ZP chief post; two more for Congress
Ruling party secures 19 out of 22 ZPs, TDP 2
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