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Omar talks of ‘political package,' urges people to ‘break this cycle of violence'
Thousands defy curfew; 7 more civilians killed
SRINAGAR: Seven civilians died in continuing violence in the Kashmir Valley on Monday as thousands of people defied curfew at several places. At least 50 people were injured. Mobs set on fire several government buildings. A youth, ...
Deadlock over prices issue ends
NEW DELHI: With some give and take between the Opposition and ruling parties, an agreement to end the week-long parliamentary impasse over how to discuss the prices issue was reached here on Monday. In each of the two Houses, a ...
Situation has taken a serious turn: Chidambaram
“Government will make a statement in Parliament at the earliest on happenings in the Valley”
Kalmadi calls emergency meeting on Thursday
NEW DELHI: Under fire from all sides, chairman of the Organising Committee of the Commonwealth Games, Suresh Kalmadi, has called an emergency meeting on Thursday of the Executive Board as demanded by the Indian Olympic Association ...
Karunanidhi calls upon officials to prepare files in Tamil
1,500 CRPF men arrive in the Valley
SRINAGAR: The Jammu and Kashmir government is mulling over tough measures to enforce curfew to put brakes on the unending cycle of violence and people taking “law into their own hands.” Chief Minister Omar Abdullah reviewed ...
Abducted IFS officer released after 83 days
Guwahati: Senior Indian Forest Service officer of Maharashtra cadre Vilas Bardekar, who was abducted by suspected cadres of insurgent National Democratic Front of Boroland (Ranjan Daimary faction) near Assam-Arunachal Pradesh border, was ...
Jaipur's Jantar Mantar inscribed in the World Heritage List
Thirty-three countries submitted 32 sites for consideration this year
Two panthers on the prowl
TIRUPATI: There are two panthers on the prowl near the Tirumala first ghat road – not one as feared by the devotees. The duo, said to be a mother and its cub, was sighted by the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) employees ...
Anti-Maoist operations may have hit elephant migration
NACO for free condoms at C'wealth Games
Tharoor-Sunanda wedding on August 22
PALAKKAD: Shashi Tharoor, Member of Parliament from Thiruvananthapuram and the former Minister of State for External Affairs, will marry Sunanda Pushkar at his ancestral Mundarath Tharavad at Elavanchery, near here, on August 22, the first ...
Friendship day bash lands students in trouble
Pune: A ‘Friendship Day' party went haywire here late on Sunday night when the Pune Rural Police busted the party and detained more than 400 students. The youngsters were consuming liquor without prior ...
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