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Acquitted of involvement in Mumbai attack
Tahawwur Rana was Mumbai terror minnow
Little evidence in Chicago trial that he had direct role in facilitating 26/11 attacks
India disappointed at acquittal
NEW DELHI: The Union government has expressed “disappointment” at the acquittal of Tahawwur Hussain Rana by a U.S. court on the count of conspiracy to provide material support for the Mumbai terror attacks in November ...
We put our evidence forward: prosecutors
Chicago: The verdict of a Chicago court jury to acquit Pakistani-Canadian Tahawwur Husain Rana from charges that he was involved in the Mumbai terror attacks was disappointing, a top U.S. government Attorney said on Friday. “We are ...
Little significance for victims
Mumbai: The U.S. court's acquittal of Pakistani-Canadian Tahawwur Hussain Rana on charges of abetting the Mumbai terror attacks could be a critical development in the 26/11 terror trial. But for the families and victims of the attacks, it ...
Ramdev shifted to hospital, stable
Yoga guru's followers raise slogans against Sonia, resort to road blockade
Alliance with Congress to continue, says DMK chief
Congress mouthpiece blames DMK for poll defeat
New Delhi: Sandesh, a Congress magazine, holds the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) responsible for the joint defeat of the two parties in the recent Assembly elections in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. There is need for a ...
Kanimozhi moves Supreme Court for bail
New Delhi: Denied bail by the Delhi High Court, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam MP Kanimozhi and promoter and director of Kalaignar TV Sharad Kumar, both accused in the 2G spectrum case, on Friday moved the Supreme Court, seeking bail. Both ...
M.F. Husain laid to rest in London
LONDON: M.F. Husain was on Friday buried according to Muslim religious rites at the Brookwood cemetery in Surrey, on the outskirts of London, as grieving family members and close friends prayed in silence. The acclaimed artist passed ...
CPI(M) for inclusion of Prime Minister in Lokpal purview
Polit Bureau discusses reports of West Bengal, Kerala State Committees on Assembly elections
Singur ordinance not to be notified
KOLKATA: A day after it announced issuing an ordinance to reclaim disputed land at Singur, the Mamata Banerjee government on Friday said it would not notify the ordinance, but would instead place it as a Bill in the ensuing Assembly session. ...
Left slams ordinance to reclaim Singur land
KOLKATA: A day after West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced that her government had issued an ordinance to reclaim the land at Singur that had been acquired for the since-relocated Tata Motors small car project, a delegation of ...
Congress plans publicity blitz to focus on sangh parivar's ‘nefarious design'
Party leaders' mandate is to deconstruct Baba Ramdev's anti-corruption campaign
10 policemen killed as Naxals blow up vehicle
Raipur: In the second brazen attack in as many days, Naxals on Friday blew up an anti-landmine vehicle, killing 10 security personnel in Chhattisgarh's Dantewada district. The vehicle was approaching a bridge near Gatan when the Naxals ...
Indian ‘troika' holds talks with Sri Lankan officials
COLOMBO: An Indian government delegation, led by National Security Adviser Shivshankar Menon, held broad-ranging discussions with Sri Lankan officials on outstanding issues, including the progress in rehabilitation of Tamils in the Northern ...
Syria raids flashpoint town
Turkey, U.S. accuse Assad regime of atrocities
Industrial growth halves in April
Pranab Mukherjee says he will wait for more data to ascertain the trend
Indians primed to go for the kill
West Indies fighting for survival in series
New CBSE Class X certificates to be descriptive
Will grade the children in scholastic and co-scholastic areas: Sibal
Ministry orders action against Lavasa
NEW DELHI: Almost five months since having declared that Lavasa's hill city project near Pune violated the Environment Protection Act, the Union Environment Ministry has finally told the Maharashtra government to take “necessary ...
Monsoon may be active at least for next two weeks
NEW DELHI: The India Meteorological Department [IMD] on Friday forecast that the monsoon was likely to remain active at least for the next two weeks. It could cover the entire peninsular region, as also advance over most parts of Central India ...
Dog with $12 million inheritance dead
New York: “Trouble,” the pampered pooch, who inherited $12 million from a real estate mogul and received about 30 death and kidnapping threats, died at the age of 12. Leona Helmsley, who owned the Helmsley hotel chain, left the ...
Abhishek, Aishwarya not to attend IIFA
Mumbai: Clearing the air over whether the Bachchan family would attend the 12th International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) awards this year, Abhishek Bachchan on Friday said that he and his wife Aishwarya are not flying to Toronto for the ...
HC stays Samacheer Kalvi Thittam postponement
CHENNAI: The Madras High Court on Friday stayed the operation of an amendment to the Tamil Nadu Uniform System of School Education Act indefinitely postponing the implementation of the “Samacheer Kalvi Thittam (uniform system of ...
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