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Kashmir leaders back PM's call
NEW DELHI/SRINAGAR: Key political leaders in Jammu and Kashmir have said they hope Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's call to the Opposition PDP to attend Monday's all-party meeting will lead to its reversing its stand. On Friday, PDP ...
James Jones coming next week
Washington: The U.S. National Security Adviser, General James Jones, will travel to India between July 14 and 16, the White House confirmed on Saturday. In a statement, Mike Hammer, National Security Council spokesman, said that after ...
Iran, AfPak loom large on agenda
New Delhi: India will use the visit of U.S. National Security Adviser James Jones here next week to press home its concerns about the extra-territoriality of American sanctions on Iran as well as the ongoing situation in Afghanistan and ...
RJD-LJP bandh against price rise hits life in Bihar
Lalu, Paswan and thousands of party activists arrested
Army may be withdrawn next week: Omar
Srinagar: The Army, which was deployed in certain parts of Srinagar four days ago to assist the civil administration, may be withdrawn from the streets early next week, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah told PTI on ...
Pakistani court issues arrest warrant against Kasab, Ansari
ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani court, conducting the trial of the seven accused in the 2008 Mumbai terror case, including Lashkar-e-Taiba operations chief Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi, has issued arrest warrants against Ajmal Kasab and Fahim Ansari after New ...
PDP's response to charges made against it
C.K. Abdul Aziz, chairman of the policy formation committee of the People's Democratic Party, writes: The comments made by Teesta Setalvad that appeared in TheHindu on June 6 picturising the People's Democratic Party as an outfit engaged ...
All prayers were held at Hazratbal Shrine
Zaffar Ahmad, Director Information, Jammu & Kashmir Government, Srinagar, writes: Apropos the news item published on July 9, 2010 in The Hindu captioned “Clashes in Kashmir as curfew is relaxed” by Shujaat Bukhari wherein ...
Over 1,000 ‘honour killings' take place every year: report
Approach TRAI to surrender 2G: Raja
CHENNAI: Union Minister for Communications and Information Technology A. Raja on Saturday said the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India would look into refunding the entry fee for operators who wanted to surrender allotted 2G ...
PSLV countdown progressing smoothly
Launch scheduled for 9.22 a.m. on Monday
India to test Interceptor missile in August
As part of efforts to build a ballistic missile defence shield
No opening up of legal sector to U.K. yet: Moily
LONDON:Union Minister for Law and Justice Veerappa Moily on Saturday ruled out an early decision on Britain's long-standing demand for access to India's legal market, saying that the government could not bulldoze the country's more than one ...
Singapore offered access to India's investment zone
SINGAPORE: India has invited Singapore to participate in the development of the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor and the proposed national manufacturing zones, said Union Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma. It is a new aspect of ...
Sri Lankan Minister ends fast
COLOMBO: A Sri Lankan Cabinet Minister who was on a fast unto death outside the United Nations office ended his protest after President Mahinda Rajapaksa visited him. Housing Minister Wimal Weerawansa went on fast on Thursday demanding ...
FIFA WORLD CUP 2010
Bommel's tenacity will be crucial for Holland
Victory on Sunday would cap a fine personal tournament for the Dutch midfielder
Surprises reign as superstars flop and unwanted Dutch top
The likes of Kaka and Ronaldo have failed, while Sneijder and Robben have triumphed
In Shanghai's bicycle revolution, lessons for India
Sunita Williams to take to space again in 2012
Washington: Indian-American astronaut Sunita Williams would travel to space for the second time in June 2012, the NASA announced on Saturday. Born of Gujarati parents in Euclid, Ohio, Williams, 44, holds the longest space flight of 195 ...
P2PU organises learning outside institutional walls
It has courses ranging from digital journalism to civic hacking
Access to 37 TV channels on mobiles
Service confined to iPhone and iPad
Durai Murugan hints at tough law to check speeches affecting national integration
CHENNAI: State Law Minister Durai Murugan on Saturday warned those who speak against national integration. Participating in the inauguration of ‘Holiday Family Courts' on the Madras High Court premises here on Saturday, Mr.Durai ...
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