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Islamabad registers case of terrorism against eight suspects; six of them in custody
New Delhi sees a positive development
‘But Pakistan should take credible action against terror infrastructure’
Nithari killings: Pandher, Koli convicted
Ghaziabad: Businessman Moninder Singh Pandher and his servant Surinder Koli, both accused in the Nithari serial killings, were pronounced guilty on Thursday of murder and rape of a 14-year-old girl. Earlier, the CBI had given a clean chit to ...
Tamil Nadu against expert panel on Mullaperiyar dam
Airlines asked to explain fare hike
NEW DELHI: The Directorate-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has written to all scheduled domestic airlines, asking for information on the recent fare increase by them and the need for transparency in fare advertising. Referring to the ...
Time for India to think of carrots too, not just sticks
Now that the Mumbai terror probe has crossed the hurdle of Pakistani denial, India must shed its distrust
Russian, American satellites collide
ISS safe; threat from debris to other satellites and Hubble telescope
‘Craft new order to counter meltdown’
NEW DELHI: India on Thursday called for crafting a new international economic order to counter the meltdown and put the global economy on a sound footing. Minister for External Affairs Minister and Finance (in-charge) Pranab Mukherjee ...
Facile win puts Sania in last eight
Nadal rallies to overcome Bolelli; Leander-Dlouhy in semifinals
Encroachments on three streets removed
CHENNAI: The Chennai Corporation on Thursday removed encroachments on Ranganathan Street, Natesan Street and Madley Road in T.Nagar. The civic body removed protruding sign boards, awnings, display boards, extended platforms and concrete ...
Mangalore suicide: affiliation being probed
MANGALORE: The police are looking into all aspects of the suicide of a 16-year-old girl on Wednesday in Mulky in Dakshina Kannada, after her public humiliation allegedly by a Hindutva fringe group on February 10, according to Inspector-General ...
Geological landmark in the red
Question mark over unique sand formations near Visakhapatnam
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