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INS Mumbai to enter Beirut harbour first, three other ships in Lebanese waters on standby
Neighbours seek India's help
NEW DELHI: The External Affairs Ministry said here on Wednesday that four Indian naval ships were expected to be in a position to begin the evacuation of at least 1,000 Indian citizens stranded in Lebanon from Thursday. Minister of State for ...
Fighting displaces 5,00,000 civilians
40 killed in Lebanon as Israel steps up attacks
Iran Minister puts off visit
NEW DELHI: In a sudden development, Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki, who was to arrive here on Wednesday morning, has put off his visit due to the West Asia crisis. A statement from the External Affairs Ministry said the Iranian ...
A `business model' to help the tiger
The "Tigers Forever" initiative expects biologists to provide a guaranteed return in the form of a 50 per cent increase in tiger populations in key areas.
Tremor in Java again
JAKARTA: : An earthquake of 5.9 magnitude occurred in West Java, Indonesia, on Wednesday with its epicenter in Ujung Kulon, about 150 km west of Jakarta. The quake followed the one that hit the southern coastal areas in Java on Monday which left ...
Bloggers fume at ban
Only 2 websites were blocked: official
Hands-on with high definition
The first system that can play or create high definition video is here
High Court declines to restrain unveiling of Sivaji Ganesan statue
Posts the case for August 21 to let Government approach Supreme Court
Assam Rifles, insurgents exchange fire near Moreh
IMPHAL: Insurgents and Assam Rifles personnel exchanged fire for 30 minutes in the small hours of Wednesday at Chavungphai, seven km from the police station at Moreh, border town of Manipur, the police said here. Earlier, four tribals were ...
2 constables shot dead in Srinagar
SRINAGAR: Militants shot dead two constables from point blank range here on Wednesday. Srinagar police chief Syed Ahfadul Mujtaba told The Hindu that Karmajit Singh died on the spot when two pistol-borne militants attacked him near the ...
Minister warns protesting maxicab operators
Alternative arrangements to be made for transporting schoolchildren if necessary
Kapur hoping for a delightful debut
Hoylake (England): Shiv Kapur will look to play all the four rounds as he makes his debut at the oldest Major in the world the British Open here on Thursday. Kapur knows that The Open is a tremendous opportunity to showcase his ...
Team for tri-series selection today
MUMBAI: : All speculation has come to an end with regard to Sachin Tendulkar's fitness, with the BCCI on Tuesday announcing that the veteran of 362 one-day internationals has made satisfactory progress from his shoulder injury. He would be a sure ...
Jamia closed indefinitely after violence
Campus handed over to Delhi police and Rapid Action Force; students ordered to vacate hostels
Kumaraswamy fed up, ready to quit
Would rather resign than yield to `bullying tactics' by a section of the BJP
Mixed response to UGD system for Salem
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