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Notice to Centre, A.P. on encounter killing of Azad and journalist
Over 55 die as tragedy strikes Sabarimala pilgrims in Idukki
SABARIMALA/THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Over 55 people were killed at Pulmedu near Vandiperiyar in Kerala's Idukki district on Friday night, the climactic day of the Sabarimala pilgrimage season, in a series of tragic incidents. The bizarre sequence ...
State to open vegetable sales counters
CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu government on Friday decided to implement immediately a slew of measures to rein in the spiralling prices of essential commodities and vegetables. A large number of sales counters will be opened in Chennai and ...
Rajapaksa denies firing by Sri Lankan Navy
Asks Commander to conduct probe into incident off Pudukottai
Sri Lankan President rules out police powers for north
COLOMBO: Reaffirming his commitment to the “13-plus” (13th amendment with additional powers) formula to bring about an amicable political solution to the Tamil question, Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa insisted that ...
What is holding back information on black money, asks court
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday asked the Centre to consider revealing the names of those who have deposited their black money in the Liechtenstein Bank in Germany now that the German government had furnished the details. Justice ...
‘Gajraj' lands in Colombo with relief
COLOMBO: On Friday noon, a “Gajraj,” carrying 25 tonnes of relief materials, landed at the Bandaranaike International Airport here. It took nearly five hours to clear the insides of “Gajraj,” Indian Air Force's IL ...
Seeing double with “live” interviews
World Bank agrees to support national programme to mitigate cyclone impact
NEW DELHI: More relief is on the way for the over one million people living in the coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh and Orissa, who face the wrath of cyclones year after year. India and World Bank on Friday signed an agreement through ...
Pope John Paul II to be beatified on May 1
“A French nun's recovery from Parkinson's disease was miraculous”
New training centre not for combating Naxals: Army Chief
Centre urged to clarify ‘Rules of Engagement'
2010 was the warmest year since 1901: IMD
Darbari gets bail in CWG scam case
NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Friday granted bail to T.S. Darbari, one of the officials of the Organising Committee of the Commonwealth Games, in the Queen's Baton Relay scam case on a technical ground. Justice Hima Kohli granted ...
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