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3-member committee to probe charges
New Delhi: The Commonwealth Games Organising Committee on Tuesday formed a three-member panel to probe allegations of irregular financial transactions with a little-known U.K.-based company. Organising Committee secretary-general Lalit ...
5 more die as violence continues in Kashmir
Army deployed to protect Srinagar-Jammu Highway
Exercise restraint: Qureshi
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Tuesday urged India to exercise restraint in Kashmir. In a statement, Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi articulated Pakistan's concern at the escalation of violence “against Kashmiri people that ...
Fourth swine flu death in West Bengal
KOLKATA: A 13-year-old boy died of swine flu here late on Monday, taking the number of those who died of the disease in West Bengal to four since July 1. According to Health Department officials, two new cases were detected on ...
Centre insensitive to people's plight: Opposition
“Hike in fuel prices has had an adverse impact on people”
Shyam Saran being sent as special envoy to Nepal
New Delhi: In an effort to end the stalemate in Nepal over the election of a new prime minister, India is sending its former Foreign Secretary, Shyam Saran, as special envoy to Kathmandu on Wednesday with a mandate to engage all political ...
ATS arrests 28 Bangladeshis in Nagpur
MUMBAI: The Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) arrested 28 Bangladeshi immigrants, working as labourers in Nagpur, on Tuesday for illegally staying in the city. They were remanded to custody till August 5. “Due to terror threat, we ...
Charges framed against Vaiko
CHENNAI: A sessions court on Tuesday framed charges against MDMK general secretary Vaiko in a case relating to a charge of sedition. The ‘Q' branch of the State Police filed a charge sheet against the MDMK leader for his speech at ...
Admission to professional courses stayed in Puducherry
CHENNAI: The Madras High Court on Tuesday stayed counselling and admission to professional courses in Puducherry Union Territory till the court delivered its judgment in a writ petition challenging the provision of regional reservation for ...
Nalanda University will take time to materialise, says Amartya Sen
NEW DELHI: The grand vision of resurrecting the ancient international glories of Nalanda University may take some time to fulfil as ambitions are being tailored to current financial limitations, admitted Amartya Sen, chairman of the Nalanda ...
Muziris Heritage Project launch by month-end
23 historic monuments in Ernakulam district to be renovated
KCHR, British Museum share award
LONDON: The British Museum here and the Thiruvananthapuram-based Kerala Council for Historical Research (KCHR) have been jointly awarded this year's international partnership award by the British Academy. The award, which carries a grant ...
No master key to intercept mail: RIM
NEW DELHI: Confusion prevailed over security issues linked to BlackBerry smartphone, with its Canada-based manufacturer Research In Motion (RIM) on Tuesday reiterating that it was not possible to give security agencies access to its encrypted ...
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