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Azad says crisis is over; agitators want order to be revoked
CPI(M) warns Centre again
‘Will pull out if government goes ahead with nuclear deal’
32 constables missing after naxalite attack
VISAKHAPATNAM: Thirty two Greyhound constables of the Andhra Pradesh police were missing and 10 injured after the banned CPI (Maoist) attacked a motor launch carrying a police team in the Chitrakonda reservoir in Orissa, close to the Andhra ...
Anatomy of the Shrine Board crisis
How and why did the Jammu and Kashmir government allow the Board use of forest land?
Prachanda for stronger relations with India on the basis of new realities
Two bomb blasts in Assam kill five
80 people injured; police suspect hand of ULFA battalions that do not approve of the truce
Seek trust vote: Advani
Rourkela: With the CPI(M) openly threatening to withdraw support to the UPA government if it went ahead with the Indo-U.S. nuclear deal, the BJP on Sunday asked the Manmohan Singh government to seek a vote of confidence in the Lok Sabha on the ...
BJP asks Centre to rush Central forces to Kashmir
NEW DELHI: The opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday asked the Centre to rush adequate para-military forces to Jammu and Kashmir to contain the situation there and threatened that any surrender to “separatists and ...
Fuel-efficient plane unveiled in China
XI’AN: The first China-made regional aircraft Modem Ark (MA)600 was completed on Sunday, marking a milestone in the nation’s drive to be one of the world’s leading providers of turboprop regional aircraft. The ...
Interesting week ahead at Wimbledon
Federer finds himself with something to prove — to himself and to the doubters
Sri Lanka scores a facile win
Karachi: Misbah-ul-Haq kept sending a few missives up and the cricketing gods while approving his sixes, ruled in favour of Sri Lanka’s consistent game-plan as the islanders defeated the host by 64 runs in a STAR Cricket Asia Cup ...
New link for Agartala
Trial run of full-fledged passenger train today
Life term for Indian-origin man in U.S.
Washington: A businessman of Indian origin in the U.S. has been sentenced to life in prison without parole for hiring hitmen to kill his son’s black wife as he was enraged at the inter-racial marriage. Prosecution had sought the ...
Centre to consider State’s demand to absorb farm loans
SIVAGANGA: The Centre will consider Tamil Nadu’s demand to absorb Rs.7,000-crore cooperative farm loans that it had written off, Union Finance Minister P. Chidambaram said. Speaking to The Hindu after opening an ...
Man responsible for twin murders held
CHENNAI: The police on Sunday arrested the man behind two murders in the Vadapalani area that had instilled fear among local residents. On June 25, two men, who were sleeping on the pavement, were murdered in the same fashion. ...
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