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“Krishna was echoing nation’s sentiment”
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Monday criticised Pakistan for dubbing as “immature” External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna’s statement that any future terror attack on India could impact bilateral ties. Making a suo motu ...

Tandon task force draws up road map to protect students
CHENNAI: The Tandon Committee, which has recommended de-recognition of 44 deemed universities, has also drawn up a road map to safeguard the interests of the students of the institutions. On submission of the Committee’s original ...

130 persons chosen for Padma awards 2010
Six Padma Vibhushans, 43 Padma Bhushans and 81 Padma Shris

Curb money, muscle power in polls: Sonia
NEW DELHI: Congress president and United Progressive Alliance chairperson Sonia Gandhi on Monday called for challenging the influence of money and muscle power [in elections] and strive for greater transparency. Ms. Gandhi also ...

Ashok Chakra for Havildar Rajesh Kumar
NEW DELHI: Havildar Rajesh Kumar of 11th Battalion, Rajputana Rifles, who laid down his life battling terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir, has been awarded the Ashok Chakra, the highest peacetime gallantry award. He is on top of the list that ...

Gilani statement on terror very irresponsible: Chidambaram
If 26/11 recurs, the whole world will hold Pakistan responsible, he says

A disservice to cricket: Chidambaram
NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Monday chided the Indian Premier League (IPL) for ignoring Pakistani players, terming their exclusion “a disservice to cricket” and maintaining that the government had no role in ...

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