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Maqbool Ahmed was detained under MISA during Emergency
“A votary of radical Islam”
Bangalore: “The sort of religious extremism that results in the terrorism we have just seen does not exist even in a small way in Bangalore. However, we have enough interaction with several young people who have moved ...
Haneef to return by Monday: brother
BANGALORE: The family of Mohammed Haneef, one of the Bangalore doctors detained by Australian authorities in connection with the Glasgow attack, is confident that he would return to India by Monday. “My brother will return by ...
Bilal Abdullah charged with conspiracy
27-year-old Iraqi doctor produced in a London Magistrate’s Court, remanded to police custody until July 27
Awards given to scientists
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh gave away DRDO Awards for the year 2006 to scientists, establishments and private sector firms here. The Silicon Trophy for the Best Systems Laboratory was awarded to Proof & Experimental ...
Boeing to fly Dreamliner today
SEATTLE: Boeing Corporation will roll out on Sunday its latest offering — the Boeing 787 Dreamliner — billed as the most economical and fuel efficient jet that will soon make its debut in India with top airlines Air India and Jet ...
No escape from higher penalty for grid violation
NEW DELHI: With the Supreme Court dismissing a petition against implementation of the new Unscheduled Interchange (UI) regime, the decks have been cleared for imposition of “hiked penalty rates” on State Governments and Electricity ...
Proud of nomination: Pratibha
Unfazed by efforts to tarnish image
Shekhawat’s life an open book: Sushma
Questions Left role during freedom movement, Chinese aggression
Smile through symbols
Bangalore: It was Vladimir Nabokov, author of the controversial novel ‘Lolita’, who said almost 40 years ago: “I wish there was special typographical symbol for a smile.” Today of course, we have no such problem. ...
Article on Jinnah creates controversy
GANDHINAGAR: An article published in the Gujarat Government’s official mouthpiece describing the founder of Pakistan, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, as a “symbol of Hindu-Muslim unity,” has re-opened the controversy that surrounded the ...
Cracks on dam in Jodhpur district cause concern
JAIPUR: More than 12 persons are feared dead when the vehicle in which they were crossing a causeway at Ghata Hera in Aklera tehsil of Rajasthan’s Jhalawar district was washed away by flood waters from neighbouring Madhya Pradesh on ...
Sushma raises Sonia’s ‘foreign origin’ again
NEW DELHI: Bharatiya Janata Party leader Sushma Swaraj on Saturday once again raised the issue of Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s ‘foreign origin.’ Responding to charges made by Congress spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi ...
Probe MPLADS “misuse” by Pratibha: NDA
New Delhi: The NDA on Saturday petitioned Speaker Somnath Chatterjee to refer to the privileges committee media reports that the UPA-Left presidential candidate Pratibha Patil sanctioned Rs. 36 lakh to a family-run trust from her MPLADS funds ...
Dean resigns over attack
AHMEDABAD: The Dean of the faculty of Fine Arts at the Maharaja Sayajirao University, Vadodara, Deepak Kannal, has resigned in protest against the alleged attack by the saffron brigade, on his former Deputy Shivaji Panikkar here on Friday. ...
West Medinipur, worst-hit district
Buddhadeb visits flood-hit areas
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