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Red Fort on World Heritage List
ASI now faces the challenge of managing the monument creditably
Accord possible by year-end: Rice
Nuclear deal is “the first fundamental pillar” of India-United States relations
13-year RI, Rs. 100-crore fine for Telgi
MUMBAI: A special court in Pune on Thursday sentenced Abdul Karim Telgi, the brain behind the multicrore stamp paper scandal, to 13-year rigorous imprisonment and imposed on him the highest quantum of fine in the country so far — Rs. 100 ...
Bangladeshi among three held in Sriharikota
NELLORE: The Sullurpet police have taken into custody three persons, including a Bangladeshi, working as casual labourers at the Sriharikota Space Centre (SHAR). The police said the Bangladeshi, Nahir Ali Mullah (22), did not have ...
Safin sets up intriguing meeting with Federer
Sania Mirza loses to Nadia Petrova; Leander Paes & Martin Damm advance
Setback for India
Boom (Belgium): With a display that could best described as a mess up India managed to end up on the side of defeat against Argentina by the odd goal in three in the men’s hockey Champions Challenge here on a warm, sunny afternoon. ...
New railway time table released
NEW DELHI: Indian Railways on Thursday released its new time table for the season starting on July 1. The time table has a whole lot of new user-friendly features, including colour coding of trains, to depict their category and options such as ...
Pakistan Navy rescues Indian seamen
ISLAMABAD: An Indian seaman and his Mexican colleague, adrift in the Arabian Sea for nearly 48 hours, were rescued by the Pakistan Navy on Thursday. The duo was brought to the port city of Karachi, as also 87 other seamen — 43 of ...
Taming of the earth
Wilderness almost non-existent on the planet, says study
Space probes to put Einstein to the test
When it comes to mysteries, they don’t get any bigger than this: how did the universe begin, and why did it turn out the way we see it today? A century ago, the questions inspired Albert Einstein to develop the radical ideas that made ...
Puppy to get prosthesis
DENVER: A female puppy found hobbling in the Kuwaiti desert has ended up at Colorado State University, where it might be a candidate for an experimental prosthesis that could one day help humans. Sally, a Saluki, was spotted in the ...
World Heritage List expanded further
UNESCO renames Auschwitz death camp; warns Iraq cultural treasures in danger
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