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Indian dies in Karachi jail
Inspector-General (Jails), Sindh, Mohammed Yamin Khan, told The Hindu that Lakshman Kanji died in the Malir Jail hospital where he was admitted after he complained of stomach pain and diarrhoea 10 days ago. Kanji, 38, ...
Tamil Nadu budget focusses on farmers, women
New crop loans of Rs.1,500 crore; 4 lakh SHGs for women to be formed
China asks Dalai Lama to create conditions for talks
Pelosi calls on Manmohan
NEW DELHI: The Speaker of the House of Representatives in the United States, Nancy Pelosi, called on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee and other political leaders on Wednesday. However, she was ...
Modi has great potential: Advani
India can lead battle against climate change: Blair
This country is the right place to strike a right global deal
Action plan coming
NEW DELHI: The government is preparing a “National Action Plan” to deal with issues of climate change including measures to mitigate the impact on foodgrains production, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh announced in the Rajya Sabha on ...
Fine on organisations for persons smoking in office
NEW DELHI: The government proposes to impose a fine on institutions allowing their staff to smoke within their premises. A penalty of Rs 5,000 will be levied per person on the institutions Health and Family Welfare Minister Anbumani ...
Hizb militant killed in encounter
Srinagar: A self-styled battalion commander of the Hizb-ul Mujahideen was killed in an encounter with security forces in Bandipora district of Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday. The militant has been identified as Muneer Ahmed Lali. ...
My umpiring attitude will not change, says Hair
Sydney: After winning back his position in the ICC Elite Panel of Umpires, Darrell Hair has made it clear that his umpiring attitude will not change drastically but admitted that he has been learning a few things to improve his communication. ...
Nadal holds off Tsonga; Federer cruises
Sharapova extends her unbeaten run this year with a win over Hantuchova
Gurkha war veterans protest ‘discrimination’
LONDON: In a symbolic protest against what they called “immoral discrimination” 50 Gurkha veterans, who served in the British army, have returned their medals as part of their campaign to be treated on par with their fellow British ...
Vellore to become Corporation
CHENNAI: Vellore will be a Municipal Corporation from April, said Finance Minister K. Anbazhagan in the Assembly on Thursday. “In the coming financial year, Vellore, will be upgraded a Municipal Corporation.” The town will ...
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