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U.S. didn't warn India despite ‘information & concerns'
Washington: The United States had “information and concerns” on the terror-related activities of the 2008 Mumbai attacks mastermind David Coleman Headley, based on communications received from his spouses. However the U.S. did not ...

Cardiff varsity's M.A. top-up scheme for ACJ students
Chennai: Diplomates from the Asian College of Journalism will be awarded the M.A. degree from the U.K.'s prestigious Cardiff University on successful completion of an additional dissertation at the university over a period of three ...

Mercurial political temperament in Bihar
PATNA: A series of events and developments in the past six months or so has left Bihar in the grip of a mercurial political temperament ahead of the six-phase Assembly elections that begin on Thursday. The situation is fluid, to say the ...

World Bank, IMF have accepted debt relief proposals: D. Raja
Washington: The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund have agreed to the proposals for debt relief made on behalf of the Least Developed Countries (LDC), according to D. Raja, the national secretary of the Communist Party of ...

Nirupama Rao: Pakistan's overreach thwarted Foreign Secretary-level talks
NEW DELHI: Defending India's advocacy of an incremental and graduated approach to addressing the deficit of trust with Pakistan, Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao has said this is not meant to avoid tackling the “substantive ...

Difference in BPL figures startling: judge
Supreme Court questions the norms and method adopted by Centre to identify such families

“Our mandate is for one year”
We will hold largest possible consultations, says J&K interlocutor Padgaonkar

Rohinton Mistry protests withdrawal of book
Mumbai: Rohinton Mistry, whose book was withdrawn by the Mumbai University after the Shiv Sena's protest, has written an open letter expressing “profound dismay at the expeditious decision by the University.” He said the ...

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