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Headley's commanders now locked in war against Pakistan
CHICAGO: Even as the Pakistani-American jihadist David Headley resumes his testimony before a jury in Chicago on Tuesday, the commander he worked for has emerged as the central figure in a war that threatens to tear Pakistan apart. Last ...
Missing Pakistani journalist murdered
ISLAMABAD: Syed Saleem Shahzad, the Pakistani journalist reported missing from Islamabad since Sunday evening, was found dead 150 km south of the federal capital 48 hours after he disappeared. His body bore torture marks and news of his ...
Youth held for sending e-mail on terror threat
Mumbai: The Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad has picked up a youth who allegedly sent an e-mail to the Central Bureau of Investigation giving information about future terror strikes in 10 large cities of India, including Mumbai and ...
State opposes Palar reservoir proposal
CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu government has conveyed its opposition to the proposal of Andhra Pradesh to build a reservoir across the Palar. At a trilateral meeting convened by the Union Water Resources Ministry last week in New Delhi on the ...
Centre justifies preliminary probe against Justice Dinakaran before framing of charges
“Committee not bound to accept Rajya Sabha motion as it is”
Did Sun Network benefit from pay-offs during Maran's tenure as Telecom Minister, asks BJP
Irregularities, if any, can be looked into by JPC: Congress
We will persuade Ramdev to give up hunger strike plan: Manmohan
“Lokpal Bill will be taken up in monsoon session”
Start talks, Gadkari writes to PM
NEW DELHI: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday wrote to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh asking him to open a “meaningful dialogue” with yoga expert Ramdev, who is threatening to start a fast-unto-death ...
India, Germany differ on UNSC expansion
Germany is inclined to opt for an interim solution; India wants to settle issue once and for all
‘A chance to test depth of talent'
MUMBAI: Duncan Fletcher looks forward to working with a new-look Indian squad in West Indies. “This is a young group and it is a pleasure to blood them in the one-dayers, rather than in Tests,” said the coach, on the eve of the ...
Reforms still a long way off as FIFA crisis deepens
President Joseph Blatter dismisses calls to have Wednesday's election postponed
Murray and Schiavone rally strongly
Bopanna & Qureshi make it to the round-of-eight in the men's doubles
Buddhadeb demands immediate end to violence
KOLKATA: Claiming that an alarming situation had been created in West Bengal since the results of the Assembly elections were announced on May 13, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, member of the Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) on ...
UPA-II report card shows no pass marks: Buddhadeb
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