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Rahul told U.S. of threats from radical Hindu groups
WikiLeaks disclosure puts Congress in damage control mode

India condoned “torture” of prisoners in Kashmir: Mulford
NEW DELHI: The Government of India “condoned” the “widespread severe torture” of prisoners in Jammu and Kashmir, North-East and other parts of the country during 2002-2004, the then Ambassador of the United States in ...

Rahul's comments utterly irresponsible, says BJP
NEW DELHI: To compare the Lashkar-e-Taiba to the so-called extremist Hindu terror groups is to trivialise an important issue and to say the Hindu extremist groups are a bigger threat than the LeT are “utterly irresponsible,” the ...

7 Forward Bloc members shot dead in West Bengal
KOLKATA: Seven local leaders and workers of the All-India Forward Bloc (AIFB), including a woman, were gunned down by suspected Maoists in four separate incidents in the Jhalda area of West Bengal's Purulia district late on Thursday. With the ...

Oklahoma Penitentiary uses animal drug to execute inmate
It was used in place of sodium thiopental, one of the three chemicals injected as part of the procedure

Left parties condemn killing of tribal leaders in Purulia


NASA fuels Discovery in test for cracks
Cape Canaveral (Florida): The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is fuelling space shuttle ‘Discovery' at the launch pad. But the shuttle won't be flying anywhere, at least not anytime soon. Discovery is grounded until ...

India a “true partner” but “not without limits:” Roemer cables
Latest cables touch upon numerous areas of friction between U.S., India

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Kallis and Amla score centuries
South Africa off to a flier; India fails to add to its overnight score of 136

“Spectrum scam indicates deeply entrenched crony capitalism”
KOLKATA: Stating that the Rs. 1.7 lakh-crore scam in 2G spectrum allocation, in which politicians, bureaucrats and businessmen are allegedly involved, was indicative of deeply-entrenched crony capitalism in the country, Sitaram Yechury, Polit ...

Thiru Vi Ka Park to be closed for 3 years
CHENNAI: One of the major lung spaces in the city, Thiru Vi Ka Park in Shenoy Nagar, will be closed for three years from April next year to facilitate construction of a Metro Rail underground station. “Construction of the station ...

Indian-born actor gets life term for murder bid
Los Angeles: An Indian-born actor, convicted of stabbing his ex-girlfriend more than 20 times in a murder attempt in 2008, has been sentenced to life in prison in the U.S. Judge Harry Elias's sentencing of Shelley Malil, best known for ...

Medical varsity to introduce rating system for colleges


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