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“Progress in talks depends on terror-free environment”
99 Indian prisoners to be freed
ISLAMABAD: As a goodwill gesture, Pakistan announced the release of 96 Indian fishermen and three other prisoners as External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee arrived here on Tuesday for talks with his Pakistan counterpart, Shah Mahmood ...
Barak probe stalls project
Tel Aviv denied foothold in key sector
Use dialogue to move forward on Kashmir: Zardari
Pakistan for a just settlement as per U.N. resolutions
Pilgrimage put off
NEW DELHI: The Kailash Mansarovar pilgrimage this year has been postponed by nearly two weeks after China said it would be unable to receive the pilgrims due to “domestic reasons.” The yatra traditionally begins from June 1. ...
ISC, ICSE: girls outperform boys
NEW DELHI: Girls have outperformed boys in the Indian School Certificate (ISC) Class XII and the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) Class X examinations, the results of which were declared by the Council for the Indian School ...
Sarabjit is not India’s only focus
India to seek humane treatment and release of all its prisoners in Pakistan
‘Current level of inflation unacceptable’
Y. V. Reddy expresses hope that it may start moderating following various government steps
Rajasthan Royals storms into the semifinals
Knight Riders falls by the wayside
Food for the poor from President
NEW DELHI: An adherent to unpretentious living, President Pratibha Patil does not believe in extravagance or wastage. And at a time when the country’s poor are fighting a losing battle against inflation, the President is keen to make the ...
Paris museum to celebrate Bollywood legends
Cannes: ‘Indian Summer,’ an annual film festival hosted by the Guimet Museum of Asian Arts in Paris, will mark its fifth year in September-October 2008 with a full-fledged celebration of “the stars of Bollywood.” ...
Government revises admission norms for arts, science colleges
Poongothai Aladi Aruna’s resignation accepted
CHENNAI: Governor Surjit Singh Barnala accepted the resignation of Social Welfare Minister Poongothai Aladi Aruna on the recommendation of Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi on Tuesday. She had submitted her resignation on May 14 following ...
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