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Pakistani Brigadier held for extremist links
High-ranking arrest reflects zero tolerance, says Army
44 killed in Russian plane crash
Designers of Kudankulam nuclear reactors among dead
Michelle Obama meets Nelson Mandela
JOHANNESBURG: U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama and her family paid their respects on Tuesday to Nelson Mandela during a private visit at the home of the former South African President and revered statesman. It was the first meeting, and ...
22 killed in Iraq blasts
BAGHDAD: Twin explosions early on Tuesday near a government compound killed at least 22 people and wounded dozens in a rare attack in the Shia heartland, said Iraqi officials. The blasts came as Iraq's top political factions started to ...
Wal-Mart verdict a blow to big cases
With the dismissal of a sex-discrimination lawsuit brought on behalf of 1.5 million women who have worked at Wal-Mart, the Supreme Court on Monday significantly tightened the rules for how a large group of individuals can join together to sue ...
Yemeni troops battle al-Qaeda
Aden: Battles raged on Tuesday between Yemen's Army and suspected al-Qaeda militants for control of the southern city of Zinjibar, said a military official, as the number of soldiers killed passed the 100 mark. At least 100 soldiers have ...
Sri Lanka not isolated, says Peiris
Colombo: Despite a sustained campaign against Sri Lanka aided and abetted by some nations, the country did not stand isolated — this was the message from the St. Petersberg Economic Forum, said Sri Lankan Foreign Minister G.L. Peiris ...
The lost emperor
Antarctic penguin finds itself 3,200 km from home.
JuD in India warning
ISLAMABAD: Ratcheting up the rhetoric just ahead of the Foreign Secretary-level talks between the two countries in Islamabad later this week, the Jama'at-ud-Da'wah on Monday warned India against striking Pakistan and demanded that those ...
India & World
‘Dhaka for friendly ties with New Delhi'
DHAKA: Bangladesh Prime minister Sheikh Hasina has said the country believes in peaceful co-existence and friendly relations with India and its neighbours. Making the remarks to the visiting Indian Army Chief General V.K. Singh, who ...
An Indian yoga icon finds following in China
BEIJING: When B.K.S. Iyengar arrived in China last week on his first visit here, he did not know what to expect. He had vaguely heard of Chinese interest in yoga, and expected, at most, mild curiosity about his work when he reached the ...
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