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BJP-JMM clinch power sharing deal; agree upon 28:28 formula
Our attack targeted SPOs, says Maoist leader
Dantewada: Monday's blasting of a bus by Maoists, in which 15 civilians, an equal number of Special Police Officers (SPOs) and a constable of the Sashastra Seema Bal were killed in Chhattisgarh's Dantewada district, was a calculated attack ...
The day after, grief replaces confusion in Dantewada
Police say they are unable to guard against attacks such as Monday's ambush
Afzal Guru's mercy petition sent to Delhi Lieutenant-Governor
NEW DELHI: Four years after receiving the file on the mercy petition of the Parliament attack case accused, Afzal Guru, Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Tuesday forwarded it to Lieutenant-Governor Tejendra Khanna. The Delhi ...
6 Indians indicted in Vienna shooting
VIENNA: The Austrian authorities have indicted six Indian men in connection with the shooting at a temple in Vienna in May last year. A Sikh preacher was killed and more than a dozen were wounded in the incident. The rampage triggered ...
Depression in Bay of Bengal intensifies into cyclone
Likely to cross Andhra Pradesh coast by Thursday morning
New twist to Rizwanur case
KOLKATA: The death of computer graphics teacher Rizwanur Rahman, which rocked West Bengal in 2007, took a new turn on Tuesday with the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) being directed to conduct fresh investigations treating it as a murder ...
Centre tilts towards caste census
Under pressure from the Cabinet
Major powers have deal on Iran sanctions: U.S.
A sharp repudiation of Monday's Tehran deal
China welcomes fuel swap but open to sanctions
G-15 deplores imposition of sanctions on developing countries
Bank of Rajasthan to merge with ICICI Bank
Merger to take effect with a swap of 118: 25
South Africa — joker in the pack
Group A has two former champions in France and Uruguay
Devvarman clears first qualifying hurdle
Paris: Sixth-seeded Somdev Devvarman overcame an indifferent start to beat Jiri Vanek 2-6, 6-2, 6-4 to progress to the second qualifying round at Roland Garros here on Tuesday. Devvarman next plays New Zealand's Daniel King-Turner. USA ...
Senior bureaucrats reshuffled in State
Malathi posted as Commissioner of Vigilance, Administrative Reforms
Cyclonic storm brings rain to city
It is expected to move in northerly direction and cross AP coast on Thursday
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