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‘Jammu & Kashmir is integral part of India’
Lhasa returns to normality
China deserves to host the Olympic Games, says Dalai Lama
Advani seeks relief for farmers
“They don’t get adequate compensation”
“Sarabjit to be hanged on April 1”
LAHORE: Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has rejected the plea for mercy of Sarabjit Singh of India, convicted in Pakistan for spying and for carrying out bomb explosions, and he will be hanged on April 1, a senior prison officer said in ...
German molested on beach in Goa
PANAJI: Close on the heels of the controversy surrounding the death of British teenager Scarlette Keeling in north Goa, a woman tourist from Germany lodged a complaint with the police on Saturday alleging she was molested on the Cavelossim ...
Constitutional obligation to hold Karnataka polls by May-end: experts
They can’t be postponed on grounds of possible defects in electoral rolls to be published
Four killed, 60 injured in Assam blast
Guwahati: Four persons, including two women, were killed and 60 injured when suspected militants triggered a powerful blast at Joani in Assam’s Dhemaji district on Saturday night. The police said the needle of suspicion pointed to ...
Muslim Women Personal Law Board unveils new ‘nikahnama’
The new Act makes registration of marriages compulsory
A veteran parliamentarian
COLOMBO: Anura Bandaranaike, senior Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) leader who passed away on Sunday, was an erudite and veteran parliamentarian and was known as the “Crown Prince.” Born on February 15, 1949, Mr. ...
Remark on Harbhajan: ‘I made a mistake ’
Melbourne: Regretting his “obnoxious weed” remark on Harbhajan Singh, Australian opener Matthew Hayden said he made a mistake and was keen to patch up with the Indian off-spinner. Hayden was sad that his poor choice of words ...
Nadal, Djokovic in third round
Sania-Mattek pair reaches the quarterfinals
Officer killed in encounter
Srinagar: A Lieutenant Colonel and a jawan were killed and three other Army personnel injured in a gun battle with two militants in Dangiwacha village of Baramulla district on Sunday. A self-styled Lashker-e-Taiba chief operation commander, ...
Free lunch scheme for pregnant women in PHCs to be extended
It will be provided when they come for a check-up
Accused held after more than two decades
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