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Her house set on fire; Congress workers stage protests
Sonia regrets remarks
NEW DELHI: Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Thursday expressed “deep pain and anguish” over Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee president Rita Bahuguna Joshi’s remarks against Chief Minister Mayawati and the sequence of events ...
India and Pakistan to ‘delink’ action on terror from dialogue
But no resumption of composite dialogue yet; Foreign Secretaries to meet again
Joint statement flowed from meeting of Prime Ministers
Foreign Secretaries asked to discuss ties and report back to Foreign Ministers
Where is Kashmir, ask Pakistani media
ISLAMABAD: The true import of the India-Pakistan joint statement following the meeting of the Prime Ministers of the two countries in Sharm-el-Sheikh seemed not to have sunk in fully here yet, with immediate reactions tending to pick instead ...
Pattammal passes away
CHENNAI: Her music was known as much for its technical brilliance, as for its emotional appeal. One of the celebrated icons of Indian classical music, D.K. Pattammal, passed away at her residence here on Thursday following a brief illness. She ...
In shorter declaration, NAM hopes for bigger role
Leaders stress need for collective action on principal global issues
Police bust LeT module in Jammu & Kashmir
SRINAGAR: The Jammu and Kashmir police on Thursday claimed to have busted a module of the Lashkar-e-Taiba, with the arrest of two workers planning to carry out a “major strike” here. Fayaz Ahmad Bhat, a resident of Kishtwar, ...
After 47 days, normality returns to Shopian
SHOPIAN: Normality is slowly returning to Shopian, following the arrest, on court orders, of four police officers in connection with the alleged rape and murder of two women. The town witnessed violence during the last 47 days over the ...
Violence marks protests in West Bengal
KOLKATA: Violence broke out in different parts of Kolkata and some districts of West Bengal on Thursday when Congress supporters, some armed with sticks, went on the rampage. They attacked buses and put up roadblocks. At least three buses were ...
Gujarat to re-adopt State bill against organised crime
U.S. “fully committed” to nuclear deal
AICTE brass in CBI net
NEW DELHI: The CBI on Thursday arrested a Member-Secretary of the All-India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)and a middleman for allegedly demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs.5 lakh from the owner of an engineering college in Andhra ...
Saeed case adjourned on Pakistan government’s request
The bench will fix the next date of hearing after two weeks, says Chief Justice
GJM bandh in Darjeeling continues
It will be relaxed for 12 hours on Saturday along NH 31A linking Sikkim to the plains
26/11 attacks: video screened in court
Mumbai: Footage showing Mohammad Ajmal Amir ‘Kasab’ and his partner Abu Ismail outside the Times of India (TOI) building, opposite to the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST), was screened in the special sessions ...
Indian, French Navies secure release of Indian dhow
‘mv Nafeya’ was hijacked off Boosaaso, Somalia, last Friday
China records strong growth
Economy still faces fundamental challenges
Maran to woo Japanese investment in textiles
Leads a delegation of government, industry representatives
Skipper Strauss stands solid
London: An Australia fight back on the first day of the second Ashes test at Lord's today undermined a flying start by England and an unbeaten 161 by its captain Andrew Strauss. England stumbled from an opening stand of 196 to 364 for six ...
Concern over forest policy
NEW DELHI: The Campaign for Survival and Dignity, a national platform of tribal and forest dwellers organisations, has expressed concern over the Union government’s recent decision to spend huge sums of money collected in the name of ...
Bahl film to firm up Buddhist bonds with South East Asia
NEW DELHI: Ancient Buddhist bonds which linked India to South East Asian countries form the subject of a new film and exhibition that will seek to strengthen ties with the ASEAN nations. “The entire purpose of the film and ...
Medicos call off protest
By-elections on August 18
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