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Promises to look into quality of education given to Indians
Swine flu is under control, says Azad
NEW DELHI: Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad on Friday said swine flu in the country was under control and there was no need to panic. “We are constantly monitoring the situation. We have enough medicine to treat the disease, while ...
Two put on ventilator
Mumbai: Two swine flu patients in Pune were moved to the Sassoon General Hospital and put on ventilator on Friday after their condition became critical. They are now stable. One of the two men is a 36-year-old doctor, while the other is ...
LTTE leader in military custody
Sri Lanka willing to consider request by other countries to question Kumaran Pathmanathan: Minister
India-China border talks begin
Special Representatives will also interact on issues of “mutual interest”
Mehsud killed in U.S. missile attack`?
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s most wanted man, Beithullah Mehsud, was possibly killed in a U.S. missile strike in the South Waziristan tribal area earlier this week. The 35-year-old Mehsud was the face of the Pakistani Taliban from 2007 ...
96 test positive, Tamiflu stocks decentralised
State governments told to rope in private laboratories and hospitals to tackle swine flu
Maharashtra says travel ban unwarranted
Pune: The Maharashtra government on Friday disapproved of the advisory issued by Tamil Nadu, advising people against travelling to Pune. “There is no need for panic and banning travel to Maharashtra is an unwarranted ...
“Only advisory, not ban, issued on travel”
CHENNAI: Principal Health Secretary V.K. Subburaj, in response to reports that the Maharashtra government was unhappy with the Tamil Nadu directive on travel, said the government had only issued an advisory, not a ban. Any State would ...
Verifying the facts: Pakistan
Information pouring that Mehsud is dead: Malik
Militants were sent to India on ‘important’ assignment
NEW DELHI: The two suspected Hizbul Mujahideen militants arrested in the Walled City on Thursday night had been sent to India by the outfit’s supreme commander, Syed Salahuddin, on an “important” assignment. They were ...
DVAC raids Vice-Chancellor’s premises in Coimbatore
Coimbatore: Sleuths of the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption on Friday conducted searches simultaneously on three premises belonging to Vice-Chancellor, Anna University-Coimbatore, R. Radhakrishnan. According to DVAC sources, ...
Gang pursues assaulted man in ambulance
KANCHEEPURAM: A group of armed persons on Friday attacked an ambulance that was carrying a man whom they had assaulted just a few hours earlier. According to police, Krishnan (33) of Punjarasanthangal was attacked by two unidentified ...
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