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  • Kashmir: Letter from Pakistan's Ambassador to Belgium to Baroness Nicholson, Member, European Parliament. (pdf) New!
  • Map of Kashmir in 1909 ; Reply from Baroness Nicholson, MEP, to Pakistan's Ambassador ; Accession of Jammu and Kashmir - Maharaja Hari Singh's letter to Lord Mountbatten, 1947. (pdf) New!
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  • From the Print Edition
    Share benefits with poor, Manmohan tells industry
    Cautions corporates against "indecent profits," cartelisation

    U.P. moves to stall Reliance SEZ project
    It "violates" Centre's norms

    Apologise for race row, media regulator tells Channel 4
    LONDON: Britain's Channel 4 has been ordered to apologise for its handling of the race row involving Bollywood actor Shilpa Shetty on the Celebrity Big Brother show earlier this year. In a scathing report on Thursday, media regulator Ofcom ...

    Andhra Pradesh to seek CBI probe
    HYDERABAD: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy has said that he will write to the Centre to institute an inquiry by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into the bomb blast at the Mecca Masjid in which nine people were ...

    European Parliament adopts report on Kashmir
    LONDON: The European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, on Thursday passed the Baroness Emma Nicholson report on Kashmir with an overwhelming majority. The report criticised Pakistan for its lack of progress on democracy and human rights and ...

    CRICKET
    Harsh playing conditions will test the players
    DHAKA:

    CRICKET
    Can Sidebottom deliver this time?
    Flintoff ruled out due to injury; West Indies fields unchanged side

    CRICKET
    Not an easy decision: Rahul Dravid
    DHAKA:

    CRICKET
    Only one keeper should play
    Laxman has never got his due from the cricketing establishment, writes Mohinder Amarnath

    Government to tighten norms to check misuse of tax sops
    Foreign Exchange Contribution (Regulation) Act to be amended

    Nod for bill on social security for workers in unorganised sector
    It envisages welfare schemes for different sections in the category

    Six more sentenced in blasts case
    You may lie to me but how will you face God, judge asks accused

    People's Report Card faults UPA
    `It is not just ignoring but violating the mandate of the people'

    CPI (M): UPA should introspect
    Neglect of farm sector is most serious

    Cancerous corruption in road projects: Manmohan
    NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday expressed concern over corruption in road construction projects that "spread like cancer" and emphasised the need for transparent implementation. "We need quality benchmarks and quality ...

    Mamata walks out of all-party meeting
    Boycotts talks in protest against Minister's `justification' of March 14 killings

    Defamation complaint against magazine Editors quashed
    Reference to Godse as RSS member cannot be termed defamatory

    Sketches released
    GORAKHPUR (UTTAR PRADESH): The police on Thursday released the sketches of two persons allegedly involved in the serial bomb blasts that rocked the city on Tuesday and announced a reward of Rs. 10,000 for information leading to their arrest. ...

    "Schemes should focus on rural prosperity"
    Shakhawat wants the divides bridged

    India will urge Iraq to enhance crude supply
    Oil Minister coming on 4-day visit

    INTERNATIONAL
    Seaborne offensive repulsed: Sri Lanka
    Delft Island is a vital surveillance point

    INTERNATIONAL
    Maldives opens `virtual embassy'
    In Second Life, the online virtual world

    BUSINESS
    Don't exploit demand-supply mismatch: Chidambaram
    Efforts are being made to increase supply of goods while moderating demand

    Reservation blues for passengers
    VISAKHAPATNAM: The railway reservation complex here is overflowing with passengers waiting to book tickets for their summer holiday destinations. The railway authorities, instead of helping passengers, have only aggravated the situation by ...

    BUSINESS
    Rising threat to Internet security
    Mumbai leads in robot programmes' infected computers: Symantec study

    `Hamsadhwani' Ramachandran passes away
    CHENNAI: R. Ramachandran, founder-secretary of the music sabha `Hamsadhwani,' died in Chennai on Thursday. He was ailing for quite some time. Popularly known among music aficionados as RRC, Mr. Ramachandran, 83, had many awards to his credit, ...

    Death toll in Tirupur wall collapse rises to 28
    Bar licensee arrested

    Shift system to be introduced in lower courts
    To be presided over by retired or serving judicial officers

    GPS technology to monitor Corporation vehicles
    One of the benefits the tracking offers is better fuel management

    Cadres concerned about disciplinary action: VS
    Polit Bureau to discuss the issue at its two-day meeting

    Some pottery parallels
    Spread of material culture from south to Deccan?

    2 lakh seedlings for "Trees outside Forest" project
    To enhance green cover and meet the growing demand for timber

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