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“He plotted a coup to overthrow Rajapaksa”
A.P. quota for sections of Muslims quashed
HYDERABAD: In a significant judgment having national ramifications, the Andhra Pradesh High Court on Monday struck down the four per cent reservation provided by the State government to selected sections of Muslims in education and public ...
Fonseka arrest could be poll issue
COLOMBO: With the dissolution of the Sri Lankan Parliament expected on Tuesday and the general election scheduled for the first half of April, the arrest of the former Army Chief and consensus Opposition presidential candidate, General Sarath ...
17 Army men killed in avalanches
JAMMU: Seventeen Army men, including an officer, were killed in avalanches near Gulmarg early on Monday. Out of the 400 men undergoing training at a high altitude warfare camp in Khilanmarg area, 80 were trapped and most of them ...
Tubular structures on lunar surface, ideal landing sites
Terrain Mapping Camera on-board Chandrayaan-1 revealed such a formation in the Oceanus Procellarum area
Student stabs Rathore outside court
Gadkari blames it on speculative activity
NEW DELHI: The government’s faulty policy that was failing to take note of the unprecedented spurt in prices of essential food items had led to a situation in which a majority of the population was unable to buy enough to eat, even as ...
Mirwaiz’s march foiled; shifts campaign to Internet
Unrest grows as life in Kashmir remains disrupted
South Africa in control after Steyn show
Following on, India is two wickets down, trailing by 259 runs
Sehwag hopes India will save game
The century-maker appreciates Steyn and Badrinath’s effort
Innovation the key to this low-budget animation film
It cost only Rs. 3 lakh to make the 22-minute-long Andha Viswas
Sachin roped in for new Mile Sur Mera Tumhara
337-year-old book to be reprinted
KOLKATA: Collectors of rare books will soon be able to lay their hands on a facsimile copy of 17th century book India and Persia by British cartographer John Ogilvie. It is being reprinted by the authorities of the Asiatic ...
Flight-testing of cryogenic stage of GSLV in April
TAMBARAM: Indian Space Research Organisation Chairman K. Radhakrishnan on Monday said the flight- testing of the indigenous cryogenic stage of the GSLV D3 would be conducted in April. The vehicle would carry GAST-4, a communication ...
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