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Sibal urges people to stay calm, hopes apex court will take note of situation
Over 150 held for riots in Delhi
Crime Branch to probe Seelampur firing; police defend decision
``Unease among intelligence agencies''
Over anti-terror mechanism: Musharraf
Thai coup leaders ban political activities
Offices re-open as normality returns to nation
Thaksin for early poll
We won't hesitate to send troops to Pakistan for Osama: Bush
I will not allow sovereignty of Pakistan to be breached: Musharraf
Shaikh convicted for Katha Bazar blast
He could get death penalty or life sentence
I am law-abiding: Turk
MUMBAI: Abdul Ghani Turk, who was convicted on Tuesday by the designated Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act court for the Century Bazar bomb blast in Mumbai in 1993, told the court on Thursday he was a law-abiding citizen, ...
External Affairs Minister unlikely this week
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is unlikely to have a new External Affairs Minister this week as promised by him recently during his trip abroad. Last week, he said he would have a full-fledged Minister to handle foreign affairs ...
Keshubhai's wife electrocuted
Short-circuiting suspected, forensic experts collect samples
Jayalalithaa seeks anti-defection law for local body representatives
"Necessary in view of the decision to do away with direct elections for tops posts"
Shuttle lands safely
WASHINGTON: Space shuttle Atlantis landed safely at Kennedy Space Center in Florida early on Thursday, after completing a landmark construction mission crucial to International Space Station (ISS), NASA television showed. ``Glad to be back. It ...
Sania prevails over Kloesel in an error-filled match
Olga Poutchkova gets the better of Nicole Pratt
September 22, 1986: a date with destiny
The India Australia duel was only the second tied Test in the game's history
High-voltage clash on cards
Indian batsmen face their sternest test of the tournament
IG accused of beating photographer
Political leaders, women's organisations and scribes stage `rasta roko'
Enact anti-defection law for councillors, says Jayalalithaa
"Necessary following scrapping of direct polls for tops posts"
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