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Suitcase bombs intended to kill by fire, not explosion; Rs. 10 lakh for next of kin of each of the deceased
``Coach turned into a cauldron''
DEEWANA (HARYANA): "We were having a casual chat when suddenly there was commotion," says 60-year-old Qamaruddin from Multan in Pakistan from his bed in the Civil Hospital in Panipat. The next thing he saw were people climbing on each other and ...
We will not allow peace process to be derailed: Lalu
Sabotage suspected in the Samjhauta Express tragedy; "Whoever is behind it will be caught and punished"
Culprits will be caught soon, says Manmohan; leaders condemn attack
NEW DELHI: Led by the President and the Prime Minister, the nation condemned the blasts on the Samjhauta Express. The leaders hoped the perpetrators would be quickly caught. All political parties expressed grief over the death of innocent ...
Manmohan's assurance to Shaukat Aziz
NEW DELHI: : India will do everything possible to punish the perpetrators of the "heinous" terrorist act on the Samjhauta Express, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh told his Pakistani counterpart Shaukat Aziz in a telephone conversation on Monday. ...
Tight security in rly. stations
Recordings in CCTVs in stations being closely scrutinised
12 critical in hospital
12 victims in Safdarjung Hospital in a critical condition
Coup: Nepal's king snubbed
KATHMANDU: King Gyanendra's Democracy Day message, in which he defended his February1, 2005 coup, has invited uproar and condemnation from the Government and major political parties. Senior Ministers and leaders have warned the king while ...
Mulayam has lost moral right to continue in office, says CWC
But AICC non-committal on demand for President's rule in Uttar Pradesh
14 Myanmar nationals arrested in Kashmir
JAMMU: The Border Security Force (BSF) troops foiled an exfiltration bid by arresting 14 Myanmar nationals along the India-Pakistan border in the Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir, official sources said here on Monday. The troops saw a ...
Helmets to be made compulsory from June 1
Rule comes into effect in six Corporation areas in State
Bharti unveils retailing plan
To open first store in 2008; looking at ten million sq. ft. of retail space
Technique a major point of contention
Stroke players rely on instinct and technique is only secondary to them, writes Makarand Waingankar
Murray retains San Jose title
Canas back to winning ways, clinches Brazil Open crown
Sania can reach the top 10: Vijay
She is moving better and looks much fitter
Jayalalithaa demands DMK Government's resignation
CHENNAI: All-India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam general secretary Jayalalithaa has demanded the resignation of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Government in the wake of recent High Court judgement in the Chennai Corporation elections case. In ...
All-party meet for review petition on Cauvery
Asks Government to consult legal and technical experts on the implications of the final award
Budget: major share for irrigation sector
Finance Minister K. Rosaiah presents tax-free budget; boost for housing and welfare too
Skeletons of two missing trekkers found in Charana Ghats of Sakleshpur forest
One has its skull missing; search for the remains of the third will start today
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