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How India kept Kashmir out of U.S. Af-Pak envoy's brief
CHENNAI: Weeks before the Obama administration appointed Richard Holbrooke as the Special Representative to Pakistan and Afghanistan, New Delhi sent an unequivocal message to the United States that any move to include India in his brief would ...
Once upon a time, Qureshi on Kashmir
NEW DELHI: Days after he was designated the Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Shah Mahmood Qureshi told U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Richard A. Boucher that India-Pakistan relations could not be held hostage to the issue of Kashmir ...
‘Many Pakistans, so we need many Pakistan policies'
‘India does not want to play into the hands of terrorists by shunning dialogue.'
Terror threats keep me awake, Manmohan Singh told U.S. official
CHENNAI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh told a visiting United States official in 2009 that he “did not sleep well at night” knowing there were threats of more terror attacks in India after the 2008 Mumbai carnage. In a June ...
U.S. confident of safety of nuclear weapons, despite al-Qaeda presence
NEW DELHI: A good 15 months before it killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, the United States was sure that al-Qaeda retained its presence in that country and was plotting “new attacks” against America and its allies from its safe ...
Mamata, 37 Ministers sworn in
She is the first woman Chief Minister of West Bengal
Bail denied, Kanimozhi sent to Tihar Jail
NEW DELHI: DMK Rajya Sabha member Kanimozhi and her fellow stakeholder in Kalaignar TV Sharad Kumar, who is also the network's managing director, on Friday were arrested and sent to the Tihar Central Jail here on judicial custody. This ...
Rangasamy appeals for Central aid
“Government does not wish to increase tax for the time being”
11 Arunachal Ministers sworn in
ITANAGAR: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jarbom Gamlin on Friday distributed portfolios among the 11 Cabinet Ministers, who were sworn in during the day. Immediately after the ceremony, Mr. Gamlin air-dashed to New Delhi to get the ...
After conquering Everest, schoolboy now scales Mt. Lhotse
Kathmandu: A schoolboy from Noida has achieved a rare double; after being the youngest Indian to scale Mount Everest, he has ascended the neighbouring peak Mt. Lhotse. Arjun Vajpayee, a class 12 student of the Ryan International School ...
Centre orders probe agencies to undertake update of fugitive list
CBI to undertake quarterly review
Strauss-Kahn indicted on all charges
Washington: The former Managing Director of the IMF, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, was on Thursday asked to post $1 million as bail money and $5 million as bond if he wished to leave Brooklyn's infamous Rikers Island prison, where he is being held ...
Centre puts off decision on Karnataka Governor's recommendation to Sunday
Bangalore: The political situation in Karnataka took a new twist on Friday with the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party staging a demonstration in Bangalore, demanding a session of the legislature and the recall of Governor H.R. ...
Karunanidhi to consult legal experts
“We have good relations with everybody,” he says on ties with Congress
I wish I could show her some consideration: judge
NEW DELHI: Special Judge O.P. Saini, who rejected the bail petitions of Rajya Sabha member Kanimozhi and Kalaignar TV managing director Sharad Kumar on Friday, made a detailed mention of the submissions by her counsel Ram Jethmalani, Mr. ...
Crowds go into a frenzy as Mamata walks to office
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
Kings XI hopes to stay afloat
Deccan Chargers looking to finish the tournament in style
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
Knight Riders canters to a win
Gambhir and Yusuf help the visitor chase down a small target
Royal send-off for skipper Warne
Watson smashed a 47-ball 89 to guide the visitor home in just 13.1 overs
CWG scam: Kalmadi named ‘main accused' in first CBI charge sheet
Special judge fixes May 23 for taking cognisance
Santosh Hegde happy about government response to the framing of Lokpal Bill
GSAT-8 to vastly augment DTH services, radio networking
Over 500 scientists, engineers worked for almost four years to build the satellite; costs Rs. 675 crore
BJP resigned to fighting for number three position in U.P.
NEW DELHI: Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, due exactly a year from now, are critical for the Bharatiya Janata Party if it wants to entertain any hopes of a chance to form a government at the Centre in 2014. The Hindi heartland has ...
Hazare's call to expand campaign
Pledges support to Manipur's ‘Iron Lady' Irom Sharmila
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