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Contents of a quarter million diplomatic cables spilled; possible reverberations around the world
Focus on the global espionage network
LONDON: The cables published on Sunday reveal how the U.S. uses its embassies as part of a global espionage network, with diplomats tasked to obtain not just information from the people they meet, but personal details, such as frequent flyer ...
We aim to evolve a dialogue structure: J&K interlocutor
Ground situation in the Valley has to change for moving towards a political solution, says Professor Radha Kumar
2G deadlock : Opposition spurns Pranab's initiative
NEW DELHI: A fresh attempt on Sunday to end the over two-week impasse in Parliament over the 2G spectrum allocation issue made no headway with the Union government sticking to its “no JPC” stand and the Opposition insisting on ...
Environmental clearance for Jaitapur nuclear project
Climate change conference begins today in Cancun
CANCUN (MEXICO): This beach resort, swarming with tourists and sports utility vehicles and having opulent hotels and evident unsustainability, may not be the ideal place for a climate change conference but the real issues of climate change are ...
Syria pins hopes on India to highlight Arab cause at U.N. Security Council
DAMASCUS: For Syria, India's upcoming non-permanent membership of the United Nations Security Council presents an opportunity. And the Syrian leadership lost no opportunity to underscore this. At the state banquet hosted for visiting ...
Krishna sees commercial potential in Hambantota
COLOMBO: External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna on Sunday inaugurated the office of the Indian consulate in Hambantota, the coastal town in the south and home constituency of Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa. Hambantota has been in ...
India starts off with an emphatic win
Kohli sets it up with century; Ashwin, Yuvraj chip in with wickets
India-China border talks today
BEIJING: India and China will begin on Monday the 14th round of talks between their special representatives on the border dispute. During the talks, the two sides will also lay the groundwork for Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's visit to India ...
Rain havoc in three districts
CHENNAI: Paddy cultivated in thousands of hectares in Tiruvavur, Madurai and Thanjavur was flooded after heavy rain lashed these districts. In Tiruvarur alone 10,000 hectares are under water while 6,000 hectares are submerged in Thanjavur. In ...
ONGC, WTI join hands to save swamp deer
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