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Betrayal of people: TRS
HYDERABAD: Political parties and leaders in Andhra Pradesh are divided along regional lines on the Srikrishna Committee’s terms of reference. The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) termed it a “betrayal of the people” and ...
My Name is Khan off to a flying start
Mumbaikars defy Shiv Sena, throng theatres to watch Shah Rukh Khan starrer
Euro 1,000 a ticket on eBay
BERLIN: Tickets for Shah Rukh Khan starrer My Name is Khan were sold out in five seconds at the Berlin International Film Festival. Fans did not sleep at night to keep their places in the queue, braving the sub-zero ...
Talks on February 25, says Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan said on Friday that its Foreign Secretary would travel to New Delhi for talks with his Indian counterpart on February 25. Pakistan is hopeful that the talks will lead to the resumption of the composite dialogue ...
Another AIADMK MLA loses post
Shah Rukh’s fans defy Sena diktat
His wife Gauri watches My Name Is Khan at Fun Republic; frisking does not deter viewers
50 lakh take holy dip in Ganga on Maha Kumbh
“I am humbled by this show of love & kindness”
MUMBAI: Actor Shah Rukh Khan thanked his fans and apologised to them for causing so much stress in the last few days. On micro-blogging site Twitter, he said: “...& now truly know the meaning of being humbled. lov u all so ...
Teachers airlifted after locals attack school
GUWAHATI: Fourteen teachers of the Don Bosco School at Palin in Kurung Kumey district of Arunachal Pradesh were airlifted to Itanagar on Friday after the management closed the school indefinitely following an attack on the school by some ...
Agreement to end 59-day-long jute strike
KOLKATA: The 59-day-long jute strike was called off on Friday following an agreement reached at a tripartite meeting. The gates of the 50 units which came under the purview of the strike will open on Sunday and work will start in ...
Rathore’s attacker gets bail
CHANDIGARH: Utsav Sharma, who inflicted injuries on the former Haryana Director General of Police S.P.S. Rathore on Monday, was granted bail by a local court here on Friday. The 29-year-old, said to be suffering from a psychological ...
Court takes up problems of small parks
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