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Hold Pakistan to its promise to rein in terrorists: Manmohan
LONDON: Pakistan failed to deliver on its promise that it would not allow its territory to be used by terrorists to attack India, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on Wednesday, accusing Islamabad of taking “no effective action” ...
Winter infiltration tests LoC defences
Lashkar and Jaish cadres replenish terror ranks ahead of polls
Report on Jaswant under study: EC
NEW DELHI: The Election Commission on Wednesday announced that it would take an “appropriate decision” on the complaint against senior BJP leader Jaswant Singh relating to “money distribution” after going into the ...
Supreme Court to hear Varun’s petition today
NSA order politically motivated: Varun
CB CID may probe e-mail threats
CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu Crime Branch CID police may investigate the case of e-mail threats to the Fisherman’s Cove, a hotel of the Taj Group, near here. Two e-mails had warned of bomb blasts in the hotel located on the East Coast ...
Tornado havoc in 11 villages
Rajkanika (Orissa): The tornado that ripped across 11 villages in Kendrapara district of Orissa on Tuesday left behind a trail of devastation. Images of the destruction caused by the “super cyclone” about 10 years ago ...
No humour please, we’re Indians
Humour is not quite a strong point of Indians. BJP leader Arun Jaitley found that out when he tried to get some laughs in Ahmedabad a couple of days ago. “There was complete silence. No one laughed,” he said woefully ...
Cut-outs and campaigns
How digital photography and computers have changed the face of election art
ELECTIONS 2009 - LOOKOUT
Blood, sweat, sugar
Mission Statement: I see irrigation as the key to turning things around ‘Haribhau’ Rathod, the Congress’ colourful candidate for the Yavatmal-Washim Lok Sabha seat in Vidarbha, was the BJP MP from this ...
45 people to service just five voters
The district administration here is in a bit of a quandary with five tribals refusing to trek 10 km from remote Chowledu village to vote at Katapuram village in Tadvai mandal. The district administration has to deploy 15 polling personnel ...
Jalappa finally bows out
Four-time MP from Chickballapur and former Union Minister for Textiles, 85-year-old R.L. Jalappa, has finally kept his word. During the past few elections, the Congress leader had been repeatedly saying: “This will be my last.” When ...
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