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New issues, old ties mark Pratibha’s visit to Indonesia, Vietnam
Indonesia is India’s third largest trading partner in ASEAN
Battle royale in the strongholds of the Scindias
SHIVPURI: Part of the troika districts in Madhya Pradesh where the royal Scindia family has held its sway, the area is important for both Gwalior MP Yashodhara Raje and Guna MP Jyotiraditya Scindia in their own ways. The Gwalior-Shivpuri-Guna ...
Path to the polling stations in Ganderbal was paved with grief
GANDERBAL (J&K): Early on Sunday morning, Abdul Khaliq Bhat brushed past a gaggle of young people who were shouting anti-India slogans near the Khir Bhawani temple, and lined up to vote. Given that almost half of Ganderbal’s ...
“Why not apply MCOCA to Delhi blasts accused?”
NEW DELHI: Criticising the invocation of the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crimes Act (MCOCA) against the Malegaon blast accused, the Bharatiya Janata Party on Sunday attacked the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government at the ...
A poll stunt: RSS chief
LUCKNOW: The ‘Sarsanghchalak’ of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, K.S. Sudarshan, on Sunday dismissed the term ‘Hindu terrorism’ as an election stunt of the UPA government. Mr. Sudarshan said there was no such thing as ...
Locals wary of calm ahead of Madhya Pradesh elections
The last two Assembly elections were preceded by a round of trouble
Church leaders educate voters on free, fair polls
Mizoram forum issues norms
Need to cut dependency on agriculture: Swaminathan
MUMBAI: Alluding to the risks involved in agriculture and the lack of a safety net for the poor, agriculture scientist M.S. Swaminathan called for reducing the dependency on agriculture by half and creating employment in other sectors to push ...
Bipolar structure under threat in M.P.
SATNA: The November 27 Assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh will decide whether the bipolar political structure will be retained or a new political order will surface. The BJP and the Congress, for the first time, are faced with the ...
“Take up prisoners’ issue with Delhi”
Rights panel urges Qureshi to pursue the matter during his visit to India
India consulting Russia, Japan on piracy
NEW DELHI: With the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) unwilling to put its ships under the command of a United Nations operation to control piracy in the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Aden, India is looking for cooperation with Russia ...
Jnanpith for Kelekar
PANAJI: People from different walks of life on Sunday congratulated eminent Goan writer in Konkani,Ravindra Rajaram Kelekar, 83, who bagged the Jnanpith award. The octogenarian Gandhian writer, credited with promoting the literary ...
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