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Prime accused in German Bakery case found to have lived under ‘multiple identities'
Himayat never looked like he had jihadi sentiments, says his brother
Advani calls up Chidambaram
New Delhi: BJP Parliamentary Party chief L.K. Advani called up Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Sunday to discuss the firing outside the Jama Masjid in which two foreign tourists were injured, and enquired about the steps being taken to ...
25 villages in north Bihar flooded
41 die as rains batter Uttarakhand; seven people trapped under debris in cloudburst-hit villages
Interpol to provide database during Games
NEW DELHI: A team of experts from the Interpol is all set to establish its centre here to make its database available to India's law enforcement agencies for the duration of the Commonwealth Games, to be held in the Capital from October ...
Tourists shaken, eager to go home
Condition of one stable but critical; the other conscious and under observation
Not contempt of court, says Prashant Bhushan
New Delhi: Advocate Prashant Bhushan, facing contempt of court proceedings for his interview in Tehelka magazine levelling allegations of corruption against some of the Supreme Court judges has in a fresh affidavit reiterated the charges and ...
E-mail warns against hosting Commonwealth Games
NEW DELHI: Hours after the firing on a group of foreign nationals outside the Jama Masjid in the Walled City of Delhi on Sunday, an e-mail purportedly sent by the Indian Mujahideen claimed responsibility for the attack and warned the ...
We have no control over Army: Minister
SRINAGAR: The Jammu and Kashmir government said on Sunday that neither did it have control over the Army nor was it deployed on its direction. A statement to this effect came from Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs Ali Mohammad ...
Naga leaders vow to end hostilities
GUWAHATI: Top leaders of three Naga insurgent outfits met at Ikishe village, on the outskirts of Dimapur, on Saturday and expressed their commitment to cessation of hostilities and territorial expansion and to strengthening Naga ...
Stray tigress caught in the Sunderbans
KOLKATA: A tigress that had strayed into a village and taken shelter in a hut in the Sunderbans created panic before it was tranquillised and caught by the authorities of the Tiger Reserve early Sunday morning. The tigress had strayed ...
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