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One stand in Delhi, another at NSG
I was asked to take hostages at CST, Ajmal tells court
Media barred from highlighting part of confession pertaining to purpose of attack
Gangubai Hangal passes away
HUBLI: The doyenne of Hindustani classical music and one of the foremost exponents of the Kirana Gharana, Gangubai Hangal, died at a private hospital here on Tuesday morning following cardiac arrest. She was 96. A recipient of more than ...
The matriarch of the Kirana Gharana
Gangubai’s music was true and unpretentious
“India’s sovereignty compromised”
NEW DELHI: A government statement on the End-Use Monitoring Agreement (EUMA) between India and the United States in Parliament on Tuesday failed to satisfy Opposition parties, leading to a walkout after they charged the government with ...
Frisking of Kalam unpardonable: Praful
Preliminary inquiry ordered; show-cause issued to Continental Airlines
FIR filed against airline staff
NEW DELHI: As the controversy over the frisking of the former President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here echoed in Parliament, the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security on Tuesday registered a First Information ...
Ajmal’s confession may revive extradition demand
If his statement is used as evidence by Pakistan prosecution, he will have to be cross-examined
Mahatma Gandhi Peace award conferred on Aung San Suu Kyi
Durban: The pro-democracy Myanmar leader and Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi has been felicitated with the Mahatma Gandhi International Award for Peace and Reconciliation here. The award was bestowed by the South African-based Mahatma ...
Mettur water release from August 7
Police crack down on fancy number plates
CHENNAI: The Chennai City Traffic Police have launched a drive against vehicles with number plates that do not conform to the norms. According to Additional Commissioner of Police (Traffic) M. Shakeel Akhter, about 400 cases are booked ...
‘Retarded rape victim can bear child’
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed a mentally retarded rape victim to bear her child, by refusing medical termination of her 19-week-old pregnancy. The girl is staying in a home for the mentally challenged in Chandigarh. A ...
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