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“Vast potential” for bilateral relationship
Michael Jackson is dead
The 50-year-old king of pop was on the verge of another comeback
Heavy firing near Lalgarh
KOLKATA: There was heavy exchange of fire between the security forces and Maoists in areas adjacent to Lalgarh on Friday, the ninth day of the joint operation by the paramilitary forces and the West Bengal police against Maoists and the ...
Chidambaram offers apology at Kandhamal
PHULBANI (KANDHAMAL DISTRICT): Moved by the plight of violence-affected families living in tented accommodation in three relief camps here since last August, Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Friday apologised “for certain wrong ...
Declaring victory, Maoists begin retreat
Under-staffed West Bengal police will face serious post-operation challenges
Maoists reject appeal
KOLKATA: The leadership of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) has rejected the appeal of the West Bengal government to lay down arms, and warned that the ban on the outfit under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act “will only ...
NSA to NSA: India is more than AfPak
U.S. President Barack Obama invites Manmohan Singh to visit in fall
Jackson loved India, says Rahman
CHENNAI: Music maestro A.R. Rahman, who is now in Los Angeles, said he was shocked at the “untimely passing away” of Michael Jackson, who he described as “one of the greatest musicians of our time.” In a tribute ...
Victoria private schools under scrutiny
MELBOURNE: The recent attacks on Indian students in Australia have turned the spotlight on the mushrooming of private education providers Down Under over the past couple of years, with the Victorian Government undertaking a rapid audit of such ...
Federer drops a set to Kohlschreiber
It’s a stroll in the park for Serena Williams against Roberta Vinci
Yuvraj Singh’s power play takes India to a big total
KINGSTON: Yuvraj Singh’s blistering 131 off 102 balls helped India pile up 339 for six against West Indies in the opening one-day cricket international at Sabina Park on Friday. Yuvraj slammed 10 fours and seven sixes in ...
Daniel Alves’s strike saves Brazil’s blushes
South Africa gives the defending champion a run for its money
Engineering application process to precede Plus-Two results
Students to apply sans marks; Directorate of Technical Education to source them
Burglary at Santhome Basilica
Wooden collection boxes broken and emptied in overnight crime
Iranian Government contains unrest
DUBAI: After wresting control over the streets of Tehran, the Iranian government is working on two tracks - keeping the door open for talks with the opposition and sharpening its accusations of a foreign hand behind some of the worst violence ...
Militants set ablaze 115 houses in N.C. Hills
Guwahati: Suspected militants set ablaze 115 houses, gunned down one person and injured two others during an attack at Dimasa, a remote village in the troubled North Cachar Hills district, late on Thursday afternoon. The attack came ...
Sensex up 419 points
Fresh buying in pivotals, strong global cues boost sentiment
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