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Johri begins probe in Hyderabad
HYDERABAD: Inspector General of Police Geetha Johri, who is conducting investigations into the encounter killings of Sohrabuddin and Kausarbi, on Thursday interrogated E. Radhakrishna, an IPS officer of the Gujarat cadre, at the Central ...

Turmoil over Sheila's remarks
In Rajya Sabha, AIADMK seeks dismissal of Karunanidhi government In Rajya Sabha, AIADMK seeks dismissal of Karunanidhi Government

No cause for alarm over China's reported plans: Soz
Beijing perhaps wanted to generate 40 MW of power for a village It perhaps wanted 40 MW power for a village

Lalu disapproves remarks
NEW DELHI: Amid an uproar in Parliament over Delhi Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit's remarks on migrants from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, Railway Minister Lalu Prasad on Thursday disapproved of her remarks , but said the chapter should be closed in ...

Preparations for all-party talks on Nandigram
Talks will first be held at the State level and later at the district level

Committee on climate change set up
BANGALORE: An expert committee on climate change has been formed by the Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF), as recommended by the Union budget last February. The nine-member committee will have as its chairperson R. Chidambaram, ...

Thousands block highways
Protest against `fake encounter'

Once `capital of militancy,' peace reigns here now
Pandits return to a warm welcome in Bomai

LTTE air power no threat to India: Air Chief
NEW DELHI: The air capability of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) is not a threat to India, Air Chief Fali Homi Major has said in an interview. "The LTTE has never been a threat to India. And similarly, we do not view the LTTE air ...

Another complaint against D.G. Vanzara
Court urged to book cases against police officers

Voluntary retirement scheme for Indian crew
NEW DELHI: Public sector carrier Indian has decided to permit its not-so-young cabin crew to seek voluntary retirement or opt for ground duties. Crew members over the age of 41 will have the option of leaving the airline, with a compensation ...

Small streams of protest swelled into national movement to regain freedom, says Kalam
India, an example to world in unity in diversity: Shekhawat

Probe after CBI gets notification
NEW DELHI: The Central Bureau of Investigation will begin the probe into the Wednesday's attack on the Tamil daily Dinakaran in Madurai as soon as the agency receives the notification from the Ministry of Personnel here. After the ...

Can't recollect affidavit details: Pappu Yadav
As parliamentarian he should have better memory: magistrate

Indian expert on U.N. panel
The panel will report on implementation of Security Council Resolution 1540

Occupants evacuated before building collapse
SURAT: A four-storey building collapsed here on Thursday, but there were no casualties as the fire brigade evacuated the occupants in time. Occupants of Firdosh Guest House, located in the Kamela Darwaja area, found the building had tilted ...

New entity `Air India' from July 15: Patel
NEW DELHI: Adorning the brand name of Air India after its merger with Indian , a new entity on the Indian and global civil aviation skies will come into existence from July 15. "Newly designed livery has been sent to the U.S. for being ...

Rejuvenation for colonial era church
KOLKATA: With the World Monuments Fund (WMF) deciding to fund restoration of the external façade of St. John's Church in Kolkata, the city's colonial heritage is gaining its share of attention again. The WMF, which had classified Dalhousie ...

Artists, writers condemn attack on student
He was held for displaying art works branded `obscene' by right wing activists

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