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‘Engagement only way to create stable South Asia’
Chandrayaan falters as ‘star sensors’ fail
A handicap, but 90-95% of objectives accomplished: Madhavan Nair
Don’t disturb peace, Mayawati warns Congress
LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on Friday warned the Congress that attempts to disturb the peace or a repeat of the Lucknow-type arson would invite strict action from her government. The Bahujan Samaj Party leader also ...
Musharraf: India, Pakistan were close to agreement on 3 issues
New Delhi: India and Pakistan came tantalisingly close to an agreement on Kashmir and two other contentious bilateral issues when Pervez Musharraf was in power. Asked during an interview with Karan Thapar for the TV programme ...
Pakistan and the perils within
Pervez Musharrafsays the biggest threat to the country is extremism and terrorism by Taliban, Al-Qaeda, by the extremists in its society.
“Words unfortunate, anger justified”
Mayawati’s priority may be statues, but Congress’ priority is the poor: Rahul
No ‘sell-out’ at Sharm-el-Sheikh; Pakistan forced to admit terror link
New Delhi: Going by the hyper-reaction the Sharm-el-Sheikh meeting between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Yousaf Raza Geelani has generated in India as well as Pakistan, it is evident that the joint statement they issued could not have gone ...
We will not accept delinking: BJP
NEW DELHI: The “delinking” of action on terror from the composite dialogue between India and Pakistan is unacceptable to the Bharatiya Janata Party, which will continue to oppose it in and outside Parliament. Saying this, BJP ...
Baramulla quietly revolts against Islamist cleric
Leader of June street riots removed from powerful religious post
Pakistan’s queries an endless exercise: Chidambaram
NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Friday described as an “endless exercise” Pakistan seeking fresh clarifications on the Mumbai terror attack and said this would perhaps be the last time he would be answering ...
No pressure was put on India: Hillary
New Delhi: The United States did not pressure India to return to the negotiating table with Pakistan, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Friday. In an interview to CNN IBN, Ms. Clinton said she was “very impressed” ...
France eager on ‘full’ civilian nuclear relationship with India
Curbs on ENR technologies will hit India’s three-stage civil nuclear programme
Stray incidents mark bandh
KOLKATA: Stray incidents of violence marked the 12-hour bandh called by the Congress in West Bengal on Friday. The bandh was to protest against the attack on a team of Congress MLAs during their visit to Mangalkot in Bardhaman district on ...
Police want Central forces in Darjeeling
GJM’s strike cripples normal life in Darjeeling, Kurseong and Kalimpong
Ties depend on welfare of Tamils, Manmohan tells Rajapaksa
NEW DELHI: India has said that the manner in which Sri Lanka addresses the legitimate concerns of the Tamil population will have a bearing on the relationship between the two countries. “We are deeply concerned. I explained to him ...
Coastal Management Zone draft will be allowed to lapse
As recommended by Swaminathan panel; relief to fishermen
Rainfall may revive over Delhi
NEW DELHI: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Friday forecast that Delhi and other parts of northwest could get some good rains next week. “Scattered rainfall activity is likely over central, northwest and east India ...
Coastal Zone draft will be allowed to lapse
NEW DELHI: Bringing relief to the fishing community which feared displacement, the government on Friday announced that the draft Coastal Management Zone (CMZ) Notification, 2008 would be allowed to lapse on July 22. Instead, the ...
Mumbaikar gets first ‘Nano’
Delivery process of first one lakh cars begins
Indian American appointed to key agriculture post
Washington: The Obama administration has appointed Indian American Rajen Anand to a key agriculture post that will give him the responsibility to improve the nutrition status of 306 million people of the country. Dr. Anand has been ...
Nine killed in Jakarta blasts
Two luxury hotels targeted in suspected suicide bombings
TCS weathers difficult times
Posts 19 per cent growth year-on-year in first quarter
Heavy inflow into Mettur likely
CHENNAI/SALEM: The Stanley reservoir in Mettur, which recorded an inflow of about 36,000 cubic feet per second (cusecs) on Friday evening, is likely to receive around 50,000 cusecs by Sunday. At noon, Karnataka authorities in charge of ...
Krishna water release on October 1
HYDERABAD: The Andhra Pradesh government has decided to release water to Chennai from the Telugu Ganga canal from October 1. The flow will be continue for 2 to 3 months, depending on the water availability in the Kandaleru reservoir. ...
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