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RDX used in high intensity blasts, police obtain slender leads: Vasundhara Raje
Similar to Hyderabad, Varanasi blasts: Jaiswal
NEW DELHI: Tuesday’s serial blasts in Jaipur were similar to the ones that rocked Varanasi, Faizabad, Ajmer and Hyderabad in the recent past, Minister of State for Home Sriprakash Jaiswal said. Terrorist organisations which had roots and ...
Pakistan troops open fire
Srinagar/Islamabad: In the first violation of the five-year-old ceasefire, Pakistan troops opened unprovoked fire on an Indian border post in Tangdhar region in north Kashmir on Tuesday night but no casualty was reported. Using heavy ...
Poongothai submits resignation
CHENNAI: Social Welfare Minister Poongothai Aladi Aruna, who was caught in the controversy over the telephone conversation with the vigilance authorities about a corruption case involving her relative, has submitted her ...
Supreme Court rejects Shaukat plea for release
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday declined to entertain a writ petition filed by Shaukat Hussain Guru for his release. Guru was convicted and sentenced to 10-year imprisonment in the Parliament attack case. He contended that his ...
IIMC interviews stayed
Kolkata: The Calcutta High Court on Wednesday stayed a memorandum by the Union Human Resource Development Ministry granting reservation for candidates belonging to the other backward classes (OBC) in postgraduate courses in Central ...
Centre to compensate oil marketing companies
Bonds worth Rs. 35,300 crore to be issued
Call to drop all charges against Binayak Sen
His detention is a vengeful act against a public spirited doctor, say intellectuals
Jayasuriya ambushes Super Kings
The Lankan smashes 11 sixes in his unbeaten century
BCCI bans Harbhajan for five one-dayers
Mumbai: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Wednesday brought to an end the disciplinary process relating to the Harbhajan Singh–S. Sreesanth slapping incident by banning the off-spinner for five One Day Internationals. ...
Sehwag crucial to Daredevils’ hopes
Team needs to recoup after a string of losses
Justine Henin calls it a day
LIMELETTE: Top-ranked Justine Henin retired from tennis on Wednesday at the age of 25, ending a career in which she won seven Grand Slam titles. “This is the end of a child’s dream,” Henin said in announcing her ...
Jaipur attacks could herald a new terror offensive
Experts fear jihadi groups in Pakistan army reasserting influence
Vaughan under pressure as series begins
England’s most successful Test captain seems to be struggling for runs
Menon: terrorism on agenda in Islamabad talks
NEW DELHI: Foreign Secretary Shiv Shankar Menon on Wednesday declined to speculate on the organisations or countries behind the Jaipur blasts, but said terrorism and infiltration would be high on the agenda when he met his Pakistani ...
Man behind five murders surrenders
KANCHEEPURAM: A man who surrendered before the Deputy Tahsildar here on Tuesday has confessed to have committed five murders between August 2006 and October 2007. Three of the bodies were exhumed by the police from a grove on the ...
Rupee hits 13-month low
MUMBAI: The Indian rupee lost another 34 paise against the U.S. dollar at the end of the trading on Wednesday, recording a 13-month low of 42.44/45 against the previous day’s close of 42.10/12 at the inter-bank foreign exchange market ...
Blasts aimed at creating communal discord: PM
NEW DELHI: While declining to name any country for the Jaipur blasts, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday denied there was any lack of firmness on the part of the government in dealing with the menace. Dr. Singh also pointed out ...
5 die in panchayat poll violence
CPI(M) and RSP groups hurl bombs at each other and exchange fire
Relief effort picks up pace
Death toll 15,000; Premier Wen oversees work
South Asians earn laurels
CHENNAI: Eight South Asians are among this year’s proud winners of the National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career Development awards in the United States. The programme, CAREER, is described by the NSF thus: “A ...
Jaiswal promises Rajasthan all help in probe
Conductor on semiconductor
Robot conducts Detroit Symphony Orchestra, live
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