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Australian diplomats saw attacks on students as racially driven
CHENNAI: Even as Australian Ministers, politicians and officials were taking the position in public that there was no racial motivation behind the spate of attacks on Indian students in Australia, chiefly in and around Melbourne in the State ...
‘U.S. activism in Kashmir will be counterproductive'
Indian government hypersensitive to third party involvement, New Delhi Embassy cautions Washington in 2009 cable
‘Unforgettable' Lalu assured U.S. he would work for N-deal
CHENNAI: Minister of Railways and Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Lalu Prasad assured U.S. Ambassador David C. Mulford that he supported the nuclear deal, at a December 2007 meeting that even the seasoned diplomat described as “an ...
‘No planning' went into action against JuD, says U.S. official
Though Pakistan cooperated in the UN designation of the outfit, the move left diplomats unconvinced
Pakistan to allow visit of Indian probe commission
‘Talks help reduce trust deficit'
The much awaited match today
Manmohan, Gilani will watch semi-final at Mohali; security stepped up
Sadhvi to be produced in Madhya Pradesh court on Wednesday
Mumbai: Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur, prime accused in the 2008 Malegaon bomb blast case, will be presented before the judicial magistrate in Devas, Madhya Pradesh, on Wednesday. The special Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) ...
Extra flights to Chandigarh today
New Delhi: Jet Airways and Kingfisher will operate two additional flights from Delhi and Mumbai to Chandigarh on Wednesday in view of the Cricket World Cup semi-final between India and Pakistan at Mohali. — ...
10-more days of judicial custody for Bhanot, Verma
NEW DELHI: A Delhi court on Tuesday sent the former Commonwealth Games Organising Committee Secretary-General, Lalit Bhanot, and the former Director-General, V.K. Verma, to the Tihar Central Jail for 10 more days of judicial custody in the ...
DMK MP held for assaulting Dalit, 7 others
RAMANATHAPURAM: DMK Member of Parliament J.K. Ritheesh and seven others were arrested for allegedly assaulting and abusing a Dalit and others when a clash broke out on Monday night between his supporters and a group over an issue of relaying a ...
M.S. Ananth to step down as Director of IIT-Madras
CHENNAI: After a ten-year stint, M.S. Ananth will step down as Director of Indian Institute of Technology-Madras by June. Mr. Ananth said on the sidelines of a lecture at IIT-M on Tuesday that he had conveyed this to Union Minister of ...
T.K. Rajendran replaces Jaffer Sait
Court orders protection to Hasan Ali
No decent effort to trace source of money: Justice Sudershan Reddy
CBI to file 80,000-page charge sheet against Raja, others on April 2
New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday informed the Supreme Court that it would file an 80,000-page charge sheet in the 2G spectrum allocation scam against the former Communications Minister A. Raja, four former Telecom ...
CBI arrests Balwa's brother and another
NEW DELHI: Even as it is all set to file a voluminous charge sheet in the 2G spectrum allocation scam case, the Central Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday arrested Asif Balwa and Rajeev B. Agarwal here for their alleged involvement in ...
Talks set stage for various areas of cooperation
NEW DELHI: A joint statement issued at the end of the two-day Home/Interior Secretary level talks between India and Pakistan here on Tuesday flagged various areas of cooperation, including countering drug and human trafficking, streamlining ...
ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2011
A high-voltage encounter between two subcontinental giants
The pitch, of late, has favoured the batsmen; dew factor may come into play
ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2011
Sri Lanka stutters into the final
Dilshan and Sangakkara lay the foundation in pursuit of a modest target
ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2011
It's just cricket, not a matter of life and death
NEW DELHI: “Bhaijaan, yeh bhi le loon (Brother, May I have this too?).” Younis Khan was pleading like a fan. Having grabbed a bat and a pair of new gloves, he was now eyeing a T-shirt as souvenir! Rahul Dravid parted with his ...
We are keeping away from the hype: Dhoni
Mohali: Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni said his side was keeping away from the hype surrounding an India-Pakistan duel and staying focussed on the match. “Our thoughts are on playing good cricket. We are trying to shut ...
Nizam's ‘Ghost' creates quite a stir
Priceless Rolls Royce is to be on display at Chowmahalla Palace
Work on housing project from July: Rajapaksa
COLOMBO: Work on the India-supported pilot housing project for displaced Tamil people of the Northern Province would commence in July in Kilinochi, Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa said here on Monday. At an interaction over ...
Sai Baba's condition stable
PUTTAPARTHI: The condition of Sri Sathya Sai Baba, who was admitted to the hospital for lung and chest congestion, was stable on Tuesday after doctors implanted a pacemaker, said Dr. A.N. Safaya, Medical Director of the Sri Sathya Sai ...
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