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“We are praying for a miracle”
Life still a big challenge for survivors of July 2006 Mumbai serial train blasts
Dignitaries bid adieu to Chandra Shekhar
The mortal remains of the former Prime Minister were consigned to the flames with full state honours
25 injured in Srinagar clash
Protest against death of boy in police action continues
Cauvery Tribunal meets today for hearing
Clarificatory applications by Tamil Nadu
Cambodian PM cuts short visit
NEW DELHI: Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen cut short his visit to India due to protocol in the wake of the death of the former Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar. After senior officials of the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) failed to ...
End of an important chapter: Nitish
NEW DELHI: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday said that the demise of the former Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar marked the end of an important chapter in public life. Mr. Kumar, who arrived here from Patna, drove straight to ...
More heavy rain forecast for Gujarat
Narmada, Mahi and Sabarmati in spate; over 100 villages placed on high alert
1993 blasts case: rethink on TADA trials after application
MUMBAI: When defence counsel Farhana Shah, representing over 80 accused in the 1993 serial blasts case, recently filed an application urging the designated TADA court to stay the proceedings based on a Supreme Court Judge’s opinion, she ...
Flood toll rises to 34 in south Bengal
Kolkata: The death toll in the floods in south Bengal has risen to 34. More than 5.3 million people have been affected. Though there has been a marginal improvement in the situation following a respite from the rains that lashed the ...
Postmen to verify mobile phone users’ identity
Need to develop Andamans’ fishing infrastructure: Minister
The islands have advantages of abundant tuna resources
Visa processing may be delayed
BANGALORE: The surfacing of Indian links to the London-Glasgow terror strike could result in visa applications now pending before the U.K. and Australian High Commissions in India getting delayed, informed sources say. Immigration consultancy ...
Create e-governance grid: Kalam
AIDWA concerned over fatwa on co-education
NEW DELHI: The All India Democratic Women’s Association (AIDWA) has expressed concern over the fatwa issued by Darul Uloom Deoband against co-education. The AIDWA feels that while any organisation, religious or otherwise, has the ...
Plea for CBI probe against Vasundhara Raje rejected
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday refused to entertain a petition filed by the president of the Rashtriya Gujjar Chetna Manch for a direction to the Union Government to order a CBI enquiry into the role of Rajasthan Chief Minister ...
Threat to Editor condemned
NEW DELHI: The Editors Guild of India on Monday condemned the threats issued to K. Gopalakrishnan, Editor of Malayalam daily Mathrubhumi. In a statement, the Guild demanded legal action against those responsible for threatening ...
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