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Face ‘light interrogation’ on day one in CID office
Pakistan gives probe team 10 days
“Nothing done under foreign pressure”
Lashkar offers to end jihad
NEW DELHI: In a statement released to Srinagar-based journalists on Saturday, a Lashkar-e-Taiba spokesperson said it was willing to terminate its terror campaign in return for international intervention on the Kashmir issue. “If ...
Turn words into action, Antony tells Pakistan
PALAKKAD (Kerala): Defence Minister A.K. Antony on Sunday asked the Pakistan government to “act against terrorism instead of [making] mere promises on India’s demand for stern action against the terrorists operating from that ...
Ramalinga Raju’s plans were well laid out
Wanted empire divided equally between IT and infrastructure
Probe Satyam-Maytas nexus: Karat
“Some of the land dealings were obviously irregular and violative of law”
Hamas announces ceasefire
DAMASCUS: Palestinian group Hamas and its allies announced on Sunday a week-long ceasefire in Gaza within which they expect Israel to pull out its forces and lift the blockade on the coastal strip. The move follows Israel’s ...
Pakistan law allows transfer of fugitives
New Delhi: Pakistan, which is claiming it has no legal arrangement with India for handing over terror suspects following the Mumbai attacks, is forgetting one of its own Acts which provides for transfer of such people to a country with which ...
4 ULFA militants killed, arms seized
Rangiya (Assam): Four United Liberation Front of Asom militants were killed in two operations and huge quantities of arms and ammunition seized from them in Kamrup (Rural) district on Sunday. Two militants were killed in a joint ...
Thirumavalavan calls off fast
Accepts Ramadoss’ suggestion for indefinite bandh till ceasefire is announced
Two MTC buses damaged, 13 arrested
CHENNAI: Security at the bus terminus in Koyambedu has been intensified after two Metropolitan Transport Corporation buses, including one near the terminus, were damaged on Saturday by cadres of a political party. A total of 13 members ...
Ravindra Jadeja gets the big break
Hamstring injury rules out Harbhajan’s selection; Praveen recalled
Bahrain-based company acquires stake in S Tel
Batelco says acquisition will provide significant growth opportunities
Heart disease gene variant widespread in South Asians
Pre-flight drill gets close attention
Following miraculous escape after plane ditches onto Hudson river
Centre approves plan to study Toto tribe in north Bengal
It is on the brink of extinction
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