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‘Our armed forces are making rapid progress’
Gun battle enters fourth day
Jammu: The gun battle between the security forces and militants near the Line of Control in the Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir entered the fourth day on Sunday. So far, three security personnel and four ultras have been killed. ...
Pakistan will not hand over suspects to India: Qureshi
Islamabad: Pakistan on Sunday rejected India’s demand to hand over terror suspects linked to the Mumbai strikes, insisting that there was no extradition treaty between the two countries. There can be no comparison between ...
Heavy fighting as Israeli troops enter Gaza
High Palestinian casualties in incursion
Chidambaram seeks “cast iron guarantees” from Pakistan
“It will have to pay an enormous price if Mumbai-like strike is repeated”
Pakistan’s civil society urges government to come out of denial
Calls upon New Delhi, Islamabad not to take peace for granted
Truckers to strike work
NEW DELHI: The All-India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC) has decided to go ahead with its indefinite strike from midnight of January 5, after its third round of talks with the Central government failed to break the ice on Sunday. The ...
PDP pulls out of UPA
JAMMU: The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) on Sunday formally dissociated itself from the United Progressive Alliance (UPA). In a letter to UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, PDP president Mehbooba Mufti said: “In view of your ...
First batch of paramilitary forces in Madurai
Chennai Open gets underway today
With hopes that a Schuettler or a Moya may go deep
Australia posts best score of the series
Sydney: South Africa got off to a sedate start after Michael Clarke’s sterling century and some spectacular rearguard action powered Australia to its best score of the series so far on day two of the third and final cricket Test here on ...
Michelle Obama, daughters move to Washington
Washington: The future First Lady Michelle Obama along with daughters Malia and Sasha has arrived here ahead of her husband Barack Obama’s inauguration as the 44th President of the U.S. on January 20. Landing on Saturday ...
Agreement eludes LPG tanker owners, oil firms
CHENNAI: Yet another round of negotiations to end the strike by tanker owners transporting bulk LPG remained inconclusive on Sunday. The tankers are on strike since the midnight of December 31. Though the negotiations between the tanker ...
Kamal Haasan and Mohanlal may join hands
CHENNAI: It could be one of the most interesting partnerships in Indian cinema. Actors Kamal Haasan and Mohanlal may work together very soon, it is reliably learnt from Kollywood sources. The latest buzz is that the two may work together on ...
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