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Cites intelligence reports on terror modules
``Redress grievances of minorities''
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday said that it was "unfortunate" that terrorism has resulted in certain sections of the country's population being targeted with the result that a wrong impression has been created of the ...
4 Ministers quit Munda Government
NEW DELHI: The Arjun Munda Government in Jharkhand was reduced to a minority after four Ministers Madhu Koda, Enos Ekka and Harinarain Rai (all Independents), and Kamlesh Singh (Nationalist Congress Party) met Governor Syed Sibtey ...
Players get back to the basics
Bangalore: The senior brass of Indian cricket had their hands full, as the third phase of the cricket skills camp commenced at the National Cricket Academy here on Tuesday. Skipper Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar, Harbhajan Singh, Dinesh Mongia ...
Hewitt outlasts Gasquet to enter quarterfinals
The Netherlands team appears to be a cut above the rest
Leader of banned Manipur outfit held
General secretary of the UNLF was in Coimbatore for medical treatment
Cyber police to probe bomb threat call
CHENNAI: The Cyber wing of the police began probing the Monday night's bomb threat that delayed the departure of President A.P.J.Abdul Kalam's special aircraft by over two hours. According to police and airport sources, the caller claimed that ...
Peaceful bandh in Madhya Pradesh
To protest Ujjain professor's death after alleged assault by students
Jagat Singh expelled from Congress
JAIPUR: Jagat Singh, son of former External Affairs Minister Natwar Singh and MLA was on Tuesday expelled from the primary membership of the Congress. Pradesh Congress Committee president B.D.Kalla acting on the recommendations of the PCC ...
Pranab, Sharif run into each other
PARIS: "We met in the lift," Defence Minister Pranab Mukherjee said about his chance encounter with former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in the Hilton Hotel on Tuesday. Both Mr. Mukherjee and Mr. Sharif happened to be staying on the ...
Delhi sealing drive triggers protests, violence
MCD squads target 300 properties; several premises de-sealed after wrongful sealing
MRTS Tarnaka-Hi-Tec City route realigned
Greenlands-Punjagutta-Banjara Hills-Jubilee Hills route to be avoided
Kuruvilla's swearing-in may have to wait
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Congress (Joseph) nominee T.U. Kuruvilla's swearing-in as Minister in the Left Democratic Frnot (LDF) Cabinet may have to wait till next week, but is certain to be held before the week is out. The Kerala Congress ...
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