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From the Print Edition
Lashkar is behind Mumbai attacks: Brown
“World must focus on choking the funding of non-state actors”

“Time for action, not words”
ISLAMABAD: British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Sunday delivered the bluntest public message yet from the international community to Pakistan, asking it to clean out terrorists operating from its territory in order to make the world a more ...

India: no air space intrusion
Technical incursion, says Pakistan

Bush visits Baghdad to sign security pact

Third alternative within two months, says Karat
“Global meltdown will hit India hard in coming months”

“Pakistan must ensure its soil is not used for terrorist activities”
We want solution to all problems through friendly relations, says Manmohan

Mount international pressure on Pakistan: CPI(M) tells Centre
“Instructions from the U.S. alone will not serve the purpose”

Jurists call for curbs on countries soft on terrorism

Jamat already transferred funds: report
New York: The Jamat-ud-Dawah (JuD), which was labelled a terrorist organisation by the United Nations Security Council for its links to the Mumbai carnage, has been able to transfer money out of most of its public bank accounts, negating the ...

No takers for seized pirates
NEW DELHI: The Navy is saddled with two-dozen pirates it captured in the Gulf of Aden on Saturday with no country willing to take them into custody till reports last came in. India has now approached Yemen asking whether it would like ...

Mumbai attacks may not derail ties
MANAMA: India-Pakistan relations are unlikely to derail notwithstanding the terror attacks in Mumbai, a leading Pakistani security analyst has said. In a conversation with The Hindu on the sidelines of the Manama ...

Zardari keeps up pressure on India
ISLAMABAD: Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari kept up the pressure on India to share evidence in the Mumbai attacks to help Pakistan investigate the carnage from its side and said it was “too much” to expect his government to ...

Buccaneer Sehwag sets up India’s chase
Strauss scores second century of the match; host needs 256 more on the last day

“Pakistan acted on U.N. resolution”
Lahore: Renewing its promise of cooperation with India in the Mumbai terror attacks probe, Pakistan on Sunday said it acted against Jamat-ud-Dawah in compliance with the U.N. resolution and had not succumbed to New Delhi’s pressure. ...

England has played with a simple plan

All four results seem possible
Strauss’s success constructed on “percentage cricket”

Ashwin and Mary are champions
CHENNAI: Ashwin Jayaram of Chennai and Mary Ann Gomes of Kolkata won the Sri Sai Ram Engineering Asian junior chess championship that concluded here at the Hotel Vijay Park on Sunday. Ashwin was relegated to second on tie-break last year ...

West Bengal stops movement of poultry products from Assam
KOLKATA: The death of some poultry birds over the past two days in the English Bazaar block of West Bengal’s Malda district has raised fears of an attack of avian flu in the district. “Samples from the dead birds have been ...

Final trials of Nag missiles from next week

Government school students’ uniforms may wear new look
MADURAI: School uniform being supplied free of cost to Government school students is set to change. The Department of School Education will propose changes in the uniform and supply of attractive material in new colours and pattern, ...

Toned-up security system for Assembly
PUDUCHERRY: New security arrangements will be in place in the Legislative Assembly. Entrance through the main gate has been restricted to Members of the Assembly, Secretaries to the government and the Director-General of ...

Miss Russia on top of the world
India’s Parvathy Omanakuttan finishes first runner-up

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