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Admits Rao government made a wrong political judgment
TRS chief’s condition worsens, must end fast: doctors
HYDERABAD: The condition of the fasting Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) president, K. Chandrasekhara Rao, worsened on Tuesday and the medical team attending on him said it could no longer sustain him on artificial medical management. As ...
Mumbai police to file charge sheet against Headley
Mumbai/Washington: David Headley, the terror suspect arrested by the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, will soon be charged separately by the Mumbai police for allegedly conducting reconnaissance of targets hit by Lashkar-e-Taiba ...
Baghdad bombings kill 112
DUBAI: A string of car bombings in Baghdad on Tuesday left 112 persons dead and 207 injured. A police patrol in Dora district was the first target. This was followed within minutes by four blasts near official buildings. Car bombs ...
As Mumbai carnage unfolded, Headley planned next strike
Temperamental Lashkar operative broke ranks with commanders to focus on attack in Europe
Little men re-enact Ayodhya chaos inside Parliament
Challenge for Chidambaram will be to go from jaw-jaw to law-law
India not acting under pressure, says Saran
COPENHAGEN: As delegates of 193 nations started tough negotiations on a climate change deal here, India said it was not acting under pressure to help work out a new agreement and that it would stick to the fundamental elements of its position. ...
India likely to access vast resources in eastern Siberia and far eastern Russia
Medvedev indicated enhanced partnerships in energy sector, says Nirupama Rao
India eager to question Headley: Nirupama Rao
ABOARD PRIME MINISTER’S SPECIAL AIRCRAFT: India would like to have access to David Headley who, the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation claims, was involved in the Mumbai terror attacks. “The matter is under investigation and I ...
U.P. takes exception to Rahul “breaching” security norms
Never once have I flouted rules; visibility was good for landing at Sitapur: Amethi MP
‘I have great respect for Vajpayee’
LUCKNOW: While refusing to comment on the indirect indictment of the former Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, by the Liberhan Commission, Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi said on Tuesday that he had great respect for the senior ...
No load shedding for Chennai
Eco-restoration of the Cooum is on
CHENNAI: Eco-restoration of the Cooum river here formally started on Tuesday with the Public Works Department handing over 10,000 sq m of land along its banks to the Chennai Corporation. Participating in a function to mark the launch, ...
‘Is there a virus?’
NEW DELHI: An unusual scenario emerged in the Rajya Sabha as members against whom questions were listed were not present during question hour prompting Chairman Mohammad Hamid Ansari to wonder if the ‘virus’ had reached the ...
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