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Return Gujarat’s anti-terror Bill, says Cabinet
Recommendation to President

Khamenei endorses election results, warns protesters
“There is a difference of 11 million votes. How can one rig the polls?”

Security forces exchange fire with Maoists
KOLKATA: The crackle of gunfire could be heard across the fields at Kuldiha village, 12 kilometres from here, as an hour-long gun battle raged on Friday evening between the security forces and Maoist activists and their associates belonging to ...

Fire in ECIL unit, 10 injured
Company spokesman denies explosion, doctors say otherwise

No plan to build watchtower at Katchatheevu: Sri Lanka


Shocking, says Gujarat
“Foolproof law needed to keep anti-national forces at bay ”

Congress reaches out to Dalits
The aim is to regain party’s traditional vote bank

Six more swine flu cases reported


Koshiyari withdraws resignation
NEW DELHI: The former Uttarakhand Chief Minister and dissident BJP leader, Bhagat Singh Koshiyari, has withdrawn his resignation from the Rajya Sabha after meeting its chairman Hamid Ansari. He was persuaded to do so by BJP president Rajnath ...

Harish Khare to be Manmohan’s Media Adviser
New Delhi: Senior journalist Harish Khare will be the new Media Adviser to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. A well-known political columnist, Mr. Khare (62) is Senior Associate Editor and chief of the National Bureau of The ...

TRS president resigns
HYDERABAD: Barely a year after resigning from his post and withdrawing his letter after protests by party cadre in the wake of the byelections in mid-2008, Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) president K. Chandrasekhara Rao submitted his letter of ...

Boy slips and falls, comes under wheels of MTC bus
CHENNAI: A 13-year-old boy died after he came under the wheels of a Metropolitan Transport Corporation bus in Pozhichalur near Pallavaram on Friday morning. Tambaram Traffic police said K. Samuel, a resident of Pozhichalur, was studying ...

5 killed as man goes berserk
PUDUKOTTAI: Five persons, including two women, were murdered by a man in Melasivapuri village near here on Friday. The police said that R. Marudhupandi (38), went berserk in the morning. Using a wooden log, he attacked villagers who were ...

Steve Waugh opens India chapter of his foundation
To improve lives of children with rare diseases

Sarod maestro Ustad Ali Akbar Khan passes away
Kolkata: Sarod maestro Ustad Ali Akbar Khan died in San Francisco, U.S., on Friday after a prolonged kidney ailment, according to a family friend here. Khan, 88, died at his music centre, according to Rabin Pal, secretary of sitarist ...

Indian American shot dead at Indiana shop
Washington: A 26-year-old Indian origin youth working at a convenience store in Indiana, U.S., was shot dead by robbers. The police are still searching for suspects involved in the June 14 incident. They have released a video captured by ...

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