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Dalai Lama an ‘honoured guest,’ Manmohan tells Wen Jiabao at dinner
Quiet diplomacy to consider all issues: Chidambaram
New Delhi: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Sunday said the “quiet diplomacy” promised with “every shade of political opinion” in Jammu and Kashmir will consider “everything that is brought to the ...
Asian integration process an ‘act of foresight’: India
“The world’s eyes are now focused on Asia as the region which can lead the global economic revival from the front”
136 die in Baghdad twin blasts
Devastating attacks near U.S. Embassy, Premier’s office
Hold unconditional talks with Maoists: Arundhati
New Delhi: Supporting unconditional talks with Maoists, Booker Prize winner and activist Arundhati Roy has alleged that “economic interests” in mineral-rich States have driven the government and establishment to launch action ...
India, China need to move cautiously, says Krishna
MANGALORE: External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna on Sunday said India and China need to move cautiously as the two had emerged as global players. On Friday night’s appeal by the Chinese embassy in Delhi asking his Ministry to ...
Karat says Maoists will be fought politically
NEW DELHI: Even as the West Bengal government is battling the Maoist menace, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) has decided to counter them politically and ideologically. “We have decided to conduct a vigorous campaign against ...
Tamil magazine editor arrested
MADURAI: A.S. Mani, editor of Naveena Netrikan , a Tamil magazine, was arrested by the Madurai City Police and produced before a judicial magistrate here on Sunday. Following a complaint from Suresh of Doraisamy Road, ...
Collegium defers decision on Dinakaran
New Delhi: The Supreme Court collegium headed by Chief Justice of India K.G. Balakrishnan on Sunday deferred for the time being its decision with regard to the allegations against Chief Justice of the Karnataka High Court P.D. Dinakaran, whose ...
Israeli police storm holy site
Jewish conquest, say Muslim leaders; compound is closed
Two naxalites shot dead in Bastar
Raipur: Two naxalites, including a woman, were gunned down by the police in two separate encounters in the Bijapur and Kanker districts of Bastar region on Sunday. Arms and ammunition were recovered from the sites, senior police ...
Nine lose vision after surgery
Free eye check-up camp organised by a corporate hospital
Three militants killed in Manipur
IMPHAL: Three unidentified militants were killed in two encounters in Imphal east district of Manipur on Saturday night, the police said on Sunday. An unidentified militant was killed in an encounter with police commandos, attached to ...
Polio immunisation for migrant children
Study on problems ailing Corporation schools
It will assess issues such as infrastructure and the teaching methods
Foreign pilots a burden on AI, says guild
BANGALORE: The Indian Pilots’ Guild (IPG), which represents around 450 pilots engaged in international operations and belonging to the National Aviation Company of India Limited (Air India), has proposed that the national carrier ...
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