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Key foreign jihadists aided by systemic gaps in security
Nepal bandh turns violent
KATHMANDU: Although Maoists had claimed that their three-day general strike would be peaceful, the first day of their Nepal bandh here on Sunday turned violent with clashes between Maoist cadres and the police that left a Deputy Superintendent ...
States should take price rise seriously, says Pawar
NEW DELHI: Unless the States take price rise seriously and protect the interests of consumers, the situation will become difficult, Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar cautioned on Sunday. Though soaring prices were a global ...
Trying to catch up with lost time: Gill
NEW DELHI: Union Sports Minister M.S. Gill on Sunday asserted that the government and organisers of the 2010 Commonwealth Games were busy doing the catching-up job and came out with the promise that everything would be in place well before the ...
Jairam to make statement on Copenhagen accord today
Briefs Sonia Gandhi on climate conference talks
MNCs will eat up small States, warns Karat
“Centre will become more powerful”
Include criminal charges in Babri cases: AIMPLB
LUCKNOW: The All-India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) on Sunday demanded that the Centre instruct the Central Bureau of Investigation to include charges of criminal conspiracy in the Babri cases pending in the Rae Bareli and Lucknow ...
Press for deep cuts by developed countries: CPI (M)
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Sunday said India should press for deep and immediate emission cuts by the U.S. and other developed countries, and work with other developing countries to ensure sustainable development and ...
“Congress, Rao will not be forgiven”
LUCKNOW: The Congress and the former Prime Minister, P.V. Narasimha Rao, would not be forgiven for their role in the demolition of the Babri Masjid and the former Prime Minister, A.B. Vajpayee, should have been given notice to appear before ...
Germany keen on closer defence, civil nuclear ties
NEW DELHI: Germany intends to step up its engagements in a wide range of fields from solar energy to intelligence sharing and even civil nuclear cooperation with several high-level bilateral engagements lined up in the coming months. ...
China slams Copenhagen critics
U.S. cautious; have to do more, says Obama
Doing research with open source tools
Statistical software R can be installed without licensing worries
Indians entering U.K. on illegal student visas: report
London: Thousands of young Indians, mainly from Punjab, are entering Britain on falsely obtained student visas, a media report claimed on Sunday. Undercover reporters found foreign agents offering would-be students £10,500 loans so ...
All set for another interesting tussle
Dhoni will be missed both as captain and batsman; Yuvraj likely to be fit
Australia completes the formalities
Bollinger finishes with eight wickets; Gayle adjudged Man-of-the-Match
3.75 kg of gold ornaments seized
PUDUCHERRY: The Orleanpet Police on Sunday arrested two persons and seized 3.75 kg of gold ornaments, worth Rs. 50 lakh, in their possession. They were picked up by a police team from the New Bus Stand during a routine check. The ...
Beautified Marina to become more tourist-friendly
CHENNAI: The renovated Marina Beach was formally declared open by Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi on Sunday with the Chennai Corporation completing the Rs.25.92-crore beautification project. “Apart from the beautification project, ...
Four arrested for soldier’s murder
Three are Defence College soldiers
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