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“Offered to discuss Balochistan as our hands are clean”
We exercised great restraint… but made it clear that Pakistan must act: Manmohan
‘Pakistan must defeat terrorism, before being consumed by it.’
A confident Manmohan opens space for flexible response
New Delhi: The Prime Minister’s authoritative statement in Parliament on relations with Pakistan accomplished the impossible: answering hardline critics in India fearful of the resumption of dialogue while not compromising the domestic ...
Anil Ambani to move Supreme Court today
Government may amend its petition, seeking to make it the main petitioner
Gaps in Pakistan’s 26/11 investigations worry India
Dossier contains little evidence linking low-level suspects to Lashkar command chain
Privilege motion against Hussain Baig
PDP rejects clean chit given to Abdullah by CBI
Nation’s honour pledged: Yashwant Sinha
Congress backs Manmohan on India-Pakistan joint statement
Pakistan Prime Minister hails Manmohan’s statement in Lok Sabha
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani has said that he reciprocated the sentiments for peace expressed by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in his address to the Lok Sabha on Wednesday. Mr. Gilani said: “At ...
Court rejects plea for curbs on media in sting operations
Regulation norms must come from inside, says Bench
AIADMK expels 2 of its MLAs
CHENNAI: Two MLAs have been expelled from of the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam. General secretary Jayalalithaa announced in a statement on Wednesday the expulsion of S.Ve. Shekher (representing Mylapore), and Anitha R. Radhakrishnan ...
Trial run begins on first standard gauge Metro line
NEW DELHI: On Wednesday, India’s first standard gauge Metro train rolled out for a trial run in the city. And as the sleek, shimmering contraption dashed past on the under-construction Inderlok-Mundka line, India found itself a place in ...
R.K. Anand guilty of contempt in BMW case, rules Supreme Court
I.U. Khan gets the benefit of the doubt as High Court verdict is upheld
Gayatri Devi passes away
She was known for her personality and dedication
Musharraf’s case: a damp squib
Neither the Ex-President nor his lawyer turns up
High input costs hit Tata Steel’s net profit
Merger of Hoogly Met Coke with Tata Steel gets board nod
Sushil, Vijender to get Khel Ratna
NEW DELHI: The Union Government has decided to honour the Beijing Olympic Games bronze medal-winners Sushil Kumar and Vijender Singh along with woman boxer M. C. Mary Kom with the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award. The official announcement ...
Flintoff key for England to keep it going
Mitchell Johnson likely to get one more chance to prove his worth
Judge’s order stayed on Raja’s appeal
CHENNAI: The Madras High Court on Wednesday granted an interim stay of a single Judge’s order that had dismissed an application by Union Minister A. Raja and his wife seeking to restrain Tamil bi-weekly Junior Vikatan ...
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