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Advani against “bigoted anti-Muslim” interpretation
Moots impartial federal agency
NEW DELHI: The BJP on Sunday favoured the idea of a “federal agency” to deal with terrorism and naxalism, but it should be politically impartial. Senior party leader M. Venkaiah Naidu made this point here while drawing the ...
Lalgarh tense, says Chidambaram
In a letter to Manmohan, Left MPs protest Ministers’ visit
Consider people’s safety: Mahato
LALGARH (West Bengal): As the joint operation launched by the Central paramilitary forces and the State Armed Police against Maoists and the Maoist-backed Police Santrash Birodhi Janasadharoner Committee (PSBJC) entered its fourth day on ...
Our Editor: a remembrance
Today, June 22, 2009, commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of the death of one of The Hindu ’s great Editors, Kasturi Srinivasan. Born on August 7, 1887 at Coimbatore, he was near or at the helm of the newspaper between 1905 — ...
Police kill 7 supporters of Maoists
KHAMMAM: Maoists unleashed a fresh wave of violence in Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh, while seven tribal youths — suspected to be their supporters — were gunned down by the police in the aftermath of the Thongpal landmine ...
PSJBC leader calls for ceasefire
“Common people harassed by security forces”
Mamata wants Centre to act against CPI(M)
Communist Party of India (Marxist) activists spreading terror, alleges Trinamool chief
Afridi inspires Pakistan to a memorable triumph
Sri Lankans fail to deliver when it mattered most; Sangakkara’s gritty effort goes in vain
Federer’s quest for Grand Slam greatness continues
Centre Court roof a significant change
Saina Nehwal claims Indonesian Open
First Indian to win a Super Series event
The biggest of my career: Saina
HYDERABAD: Harvir Singh, Saina Nehwal’s father could not have got a better gift from his daughter on this Father’s Day. The champion became the first-ever woman shuttler from India to win a Super Series title. “I ...
Papers containing code words for admission to colleges seized
TRS chief withdraws resignation
HYDERABAD: As expected, the Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) president, K. Chandrasekhar Rao, on Sunday evening withdrew his resignation which he tendered two days ago. When he resigned he claimed that he was anguished by the tirade ...
Student dies nine months after attack
CHENNAI: A second year undergraduate student of engineering who had been in coma for the last nine months, after being attacked by his classmate, died here on Sunday. Sriperumbudur police have registered a case of murder against the ...
Maoists urged to lay down arms
FAO warns of global hunger crisis
New Delhi: The number of hungry people in the world may cross one billion in 2009 due to the shocks of the global economic crisis combined with high food prices in a few countries, the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) said. “The ...
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