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Purohit’s improbable path to becoming a terrorist
Neighbours wonder why the soft-spoken man would want blood on his hands
CPI(M) for reforms in Centre-State relations
NEW DELHI: Attempting to initiate a debate on Centre-State relations, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Wednesday prepared an approach paper to restructure legal, administrative, financial, institutional and other matters, strongly ...
U.P. police confusing CBI: Rajesh Talwar
Aarushi’s father seeks to intervene in PIL for restraining media
VHP worker shot dead in Kandhamal
BHUBANESWAR: Tension prevailed in riot-hit Kandhamal district of the Orissa on Wednesday following the killing of a Vishwa Hindu Parishad worker by suspected Maoists. Assailants fired 18 rounds at the VHP worker Dhanurjay Pradhani (36) ...
He is the founder of Hindutva terror group, say investigators
NEW DELHI: Investigators believe that Lieutenant Colonel Prasad Shrikant Purohit, the first serving Indian Army officer to ever be arrested for terrorism-related crimes, was the overall architect of the September 29 bombing in ...
IED blast: notice to seven police officers
KOLKATA: Seven police officials including an Additional Superintendent of Police of Purbo Medinipur district were issued show cause notices on Wednesday. They were asked to explain their role in the supervision of security along the ...
B.R. Chopra passes away
Mumbai: Legendary film-maker B.R. Chopra, who made immortal classics highlighting socially relevant issues and produced the popular Hindi TV serial ‘Mahabharat,’ died on Wednesday at his home here following prolonged illness. ...
Railways to decide later on fresh exam in Mumbai
To wait for tempers to cool down after violence
Bhimsen rewarded for thirst for music
NEW DELHI/PUNE: Renowned Hindustani classical vocalist Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, who is credited with leading the renaissance of Indian classical music with the passion and power of a one-man chorus, is only the sixth person from the art and ...
‘DreamSpark’ for students
NEW DELHI: Providing students access to technical software, Microsoft on Wednesday unveiled ‘DreamSpark,’ a software giveaway for over 10 million qualified students in the country. DreamSpark will give students access to the ...
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