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From the Print Edition
Lahore High Court orders release of Hafiz Saeed
Chief of Jamaat-ud-Dawa off the hook on technical grounds

India to mobilise global community

Way clear for Meira to become Speaker
14 sets of nominations filed; no opposing candidate

Brazilian Army discovers plane debris in Atlantic
In the region where Air France flight 447 emitted its last desperate signals, but mystery of what happened to aircraft remains

Saeed’s release raises fears of fresh terror wave
Pakistan’s military establishment sees the Lashkar as a partner and strategic asset, not a threat that must be crushed

“Misplaced criticism”

The flaw that let Saeed off the hook
ISLAMABAD: Arguments by A.K. Dogar, counsel for Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed, in the Lahore High Court that led to Tuesday’s order for his release from detention centred on the failure of the government to provide the JuD chief with ...

Chidambaram: 26/11 probe won’t be affected
NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram said on Tuesday the release of Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed was a commentary on Pakistan’s commitment to act against the perpetrators of the Mumbai terror attacks. ...

Stir continues; Mehbooba, MLAs detained
Repeal Armed Forces Special Powers Act: PDP leader

50 students and two teachers still being held captive by Taliban
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s sense of relief that the military managed to rescue the schoolchildren who were abducted by militants in the tribal area bordering Afghanistan could prove short-lived as reports were coming in late on Tuesday that ...

Bonhomie, smiles as cousins take oath in the Lok Sabha

Strong contingent of new faces in new Lok Sabha
NEW DELHI: The 15th Lok Sabha has turned up a very strong contingent of new faces, with first-timers accounting for over 50 per cent of the House. As per a rough count, close to 300 of those elected to the new Lok Sabha are on their maiden ...

MPs meet Krishna, Ravi
Seek security for students; Australia to set up task force

U.S.-India ties a three-stage rocket, says Obama official
Singapore: In an informal interaction with The Hindu on the sidelines of the Shangri La Asian Security Dialogue, a senior official in the Obama administration said the strategic partnership with India continued to remain a ...

U.S.-China strategic talks in July
An important platform for both, says Hu

BoA approves 10 SEZs
Mukesh Ambani’s Rewas Ports, Raheja group given extension

Gonzalez shuts the door on Murray
Cibulkova to meet Safina in semifinals; Soderling swats away Davydenko

Manipur shocks holder Punjab
Punjab fell to the brilliant scheming of its rival

Tamil Nadu holds Bengal
CHENNAI: For 73 minutes including three minutes of injury time, Tamil Nadu, with ten men, led 1-0 against Bengal but lost the plot there. Nonetheless by finishing on level terms (1-1), Tamil Nadu did itself proud and kept its chances ...

Victorian universities launch awareness exercise on security
Plan to reschedule classes in such a way that they end earlier

Swine flu: search on for co-passengers

Kidnapped children rescued
CHENNAI: In a swift operation, the Chennai Suburban Police on Monday night rescued two children who were kidnapped in their car by a person who drove about aimlessly. The man was in an inebriated state when he was held. According to ...

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