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We want permanent political solution in Sri Lanka: Moily
Demand could be looked into by next government, says Congress
Diaspora cash fed domestic jihad
Kerala computer engineer’s story casts light on Indian Mujahideen funding
Encounter specialist Sharma reinstated
MUMBAI: Controversial encounter specialist Pradeep Sharma, who was dismissed by Mumbai police for his alleged links with underworld gangs, was on Thursday ordered reinstated by the Maharashtra Administrative Tribunal (MAT), which held that ...
Advani sees mishandling of foreign policy
Wants India to intervene immediately and effectively in affairs of Sri Lanka
Karat to meet Naveen
NEW DELHI: Taking forward plans to shape a non-Congress secular government at the Centre in the 15th Lok Sabha, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) general secretary Prakash Karat is travelling to Bhubaneswar, Orissa on Friday. Mr. ...
Another naval ship heads for Seychelles
NEW DELHI: With sea pirates spreading their wings beyond the Gulf of Aden and activity being reported off Seychelles, the Indian Navy has dispatched a second ship to the region as it delivers a refurbished fast-attack craft to that ...
Rajnath: we will form government
NEW DELHI: Bharatiya Janata Party president Rajnath Singh on Thursday expressed confidence that the party would emerge as the single largest party in the new Lok Sabha and the NDA that it leads would get a majority or “near ...
SI gets life term for ordering fire on Dalits
“No response to Swiss request”
NEW DELHI: Swiss authorities have told an Indian news magazine that Indian authorities submitted in the case of Pune-based stud farm owner Hassan Ali Khan, who has a Swiss bank account, a request in January 2007 for legal assistance to the ...
Songster’s poll plunge
MISSION STATEMENT: Let new thoughts from new people make the difference in the running of the State Hans Raj Hans is a household name in Punjab, a folk singer who can hold audiences spellbound with his Sufi, Punjabi and Indipop ...
No bottles for ballots
In an effort to curb free distribution of alcohol, a Ludhiana-based non-governmental organisation has embarked on a novel campaign by enrolling party candidates and schoolchildren. The Guru Gobind Singh Study Circle has roped in more than 50,000 ...
Banking on Manmohan
In Ludhiana, Congress candidate seeks vote in the name of PM
Mapping for vulnerability
How the Election Commission assesses the sensitiveness of booths
A cottage for Ms. Vadra
Priyanka Vadra, the daughter of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, took time off from a hectic round of campaigning in Uttar Pradesh to make a short visit to the cooler climes of Himachal Pradesh on Monday. Without informing local ...
It’s raining discounts
Radhika Sharma, a 19-year-old student had two reasons to rejoice on Thursday. One, she cast her vote for the first time and second, her inked index finger is all she needs to avail of the ‘democracy discounts’ being offered by retail ...
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