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Incidents against students termed “opportunistic crime”
Sarabjit’s petitions dismissed
But lawyer is confident of filing restoration petition in Pakistan’s Supreme Court
‘Below normal’ rainfall forecast
NEW DELHI: The Union government on Wednesday announced a downward revision in its estimates for the rainfall in the southwest monsoon season. The rainfall will be “below normal,” at 93 per cent of the long period average (LPA) with ...
Sarabjit’s family pleads for his release
Asks Union government to work with Pakistan
H.R. Bhardwaj, new Karnataka Governor
NEW DELHI: The former Union Law Minister, Hans Raj Bhardwaj, was appointed Governor of Karnataka on Wednesday, a Rashtrapati Bhavan press communiqué said. Mr. Bhardwaj replaces Rameshwar Thakur, who has been appointed Madhya ...
Pakistan: no extradition of our nationals
ISLAMABAD: Two Pakistani Ministers on Wednesday ruled out extradition of any Pakistani national to India in connection with the Mumbai terror case, a day after a special court hearing the case in Mumbai issued warrants for 22 Pakistanis wanted ...
Maoist leader leads PSBJC rally near Lalgarh
Even as Chief Secretary Ashok Mohan Chakraborty was holding discussions with senior officials on the joint operation
Maoist death squads executed dozens around Lalgarh
Killing campaign focused on eliminating CPI(M) activists and other political opponents
Sibal: Yash Pal panel report will be implemented in 100 days
It recommends a National Commission for Higher Education and Research
Manmohan assures support to Air India
But it should become leaner, trimmer
Take sympathetic view, Krishna tells Pakistan
NEW DELHI: External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna said India had consistently urged Pakistan to take a sympathetic and humanitarian view of the Sarabjit Singh case and hoped Islamabad would find it possible to do so. “We have seen ...
Dulko grounds Sharapova; Cirstea defeats Sania
Devvarman & Anderson stretch Bhupathi & Knowles; Amritraj & Qureshi pull off upset victory
Saina Nehwal enters pre-quarterfinals
Johor Bahru: Fresh from her Indonesian Open Super Series win, India’s Saina Nehwal stormed into the pre-quarterfinals of the Malaysian Open Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament with a straight-game victory over Porntip Buranaprasertsuk ...
Brazil starts favourite
South Africa banking on home support
India would seek to settle scores: Gayle
Kingston: Bested in the ICC World Twenty20, revenge-thirsty India would come down hard on West Indies in the forthcoming ODI series, believes home side captain Chris Gayle. West Indies not only beat India in the Super Eight stage of ...
Road safety tax for new vehicles
CHENNAI: The State government will levy a road safety tax on new automobiles from August 1 during registration. For two-wheelers this will be Rs. 250, for cars Rs. 1,500 and lorries Rs.2,000, K. N. Nehru, Transport Minister, told the Assembly ...
Pavement shops at T. Nagar removed
CHENNAI: Around 100 pavement shops and five bunks on several streets at T.Nagar were removed by the Chennai Corporation on Wednesday. Encroachments on South Usman Road, Rangan Street, Madley Road, Railway Border Road, Mangesh Street, ...
Tharoor for close ties with Gulf
DUBAI: On his first overseas assignment, Minister of State for External Affairs Shashi Tharoor impressed upon senior leaders of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) that India, abounding with youthful energy, visualised a high-octane relationship ...
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