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Four killed, 70 injured as police open fire in Srinagar
Relations with China not externally driven: India
Menon raises Beijing's nuclear deal with Pakistan
Congress warns Jagan on yatra
NEW DELHI: As Kadapa MP Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy prepares to recommence his “odarpu yatra” from Thursday to meet and console the kin of those who died unable to bear the shock of the death of his father Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, the ...
“Samad not connected to German Bakery blast”
MUMBAI: The Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) did not arrest, detain or interrogate Abdul Samad Mohammed Zarrar Sidibapa in connection with the blast in Pune's German Bakery, and he was booked only under the Arms Act, counsel for Samad, ...
Souhrida Vedi award for N. Ram
THRISSUR: N. Ram, Editor-in-Chief of The Hindu and Group Publications, has been selected for the 2009 Mohammed Abdul Rahman Sahib Award for the Best Media Personality, instituted by the Qatar-based Thrissur Jilla Souhrida Vedi. The ...
Maoist bandh in 6 States from today
“CPI (Maoist) will specifically target iron ore-carrying goods trains in the Bastar region”
Centre, Railways sound alert
NEW DELHI: The Centre has issued an alert in the Naxal-affected States ahead of a two-day bandh called by Maoists in protest against the killing of rebel leader Cherukuri Rajkumar alias Azad in Andhra Pradesh last week. The Home Ministry ...
CMs of Naxal-hit States to meet on July 14
Manmohan will hear their views to finalise fresh strategy to counter Maoist violence
India, Japan revive bid for Security Council reforms
Both countries discuss security and strategic cooperation
Anantnag killings: Omar promises action in 24 hours
We'll monitor poll expenditure more closely: Navin Chawla
CHENNAI: The Election Commission (EC) will monitor poll expenditure more closely than ever before, Chief Election Commissioner Navin Chawla said on Tuesday. Addressing journalists at the end of a meeting with district election officers ...
Sarkozy linked to L'Oreal scandal
Paris: French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his Labour Minister Eric Woerth, who doubles up as the ruling right-wing party's treasurer, are alleged to have received cash payments from Lilian Bettencourt, Europe's wealthiest woman who owns the ...
Israeli soldier faces manslaughter charges
For killing civilians during 2008-2009 Gaza war
Murali to retire from Tests
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka's world record bowler Muttiah Muralitharan will retire from Test cricket after his country's first Test against India later this month, the governing body of the sport said Tuesday. “Muttiah Muralitharan has ...
Naval version of LCA rolled out
BANGALORE: India's first indigenous Light Combat Aircraft (LCA), designed specifically for the Navy, rolled out from the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) facility here on Tuesday. Defence Minister A.K. Antony described the milestone ...
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