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Manmohan: half-hearted steps by Pakistan won't do
Our vision is growth that would improve the life of common man
Naxalites gun down Congress MLA, 8 others
There was a burst of gunfire and the victims lay dead in a heap
Tearful farewell to Kadirgamar
Sri Lankan Prime Minister calls upon all countries to join together to wipe out terrorism
Five-point scheme to bring about qualitative change in people's lives
Dharam Singh says the Independence Day gift will be implemented over five months
In a Delhi vault lies the treasure of the Republic
NEW DELHI: Well over half a century after independence, a high-security cell in the sprawling state-of-the-art Parliament Library here treasures the first copy of the Republic's most precious book -- The Constitution. Not the small version of the ...
Nine-point programme for the poor
State will strive for 100 per cent growth in three years, says Chief Minister
Four killed in accident on highway
Van rams parked lorry near Parassala; victims were returning from Thirunelveli
Social security scheme for farm workers
51 lakh small and marginal ryots can also avail themselves of the benefits
Re-imposition of ban on Maoists likely: YSR
Condemns MLA's killing; vows to get tough with extremists
IED explodes near Srinagar stadium
Militants make bid to disrupt Independence Day celebrations
Australia digs deep to save Test
MANCHESTER: A heroic innings of 156 by skipper Ricky Ponting, who batted almost all day, saved the third Test of the Ashes series for Australia which finished with nine wickets down and 52 runs short of the target set by England. It was ...
I-Day fete proves tragic for schoolgirl
Suffers burns as flag pole comes into contact with live wire
Nine killed in road accident
WARANGAL: Nine persons were killed when a lorry and an RTC bus collided head-on near Jangaon on Monday. Twenty-two others were injured in the accident. According to the police and eyewitnesses, the bus carrying 45 passengers was on its way to ...
Chinese troops participate
JAMMU: A meeting between the Indian and Chinese troops guarding the border was organised in eastern Ladakh on the occasion of Independence Day. The Chinese delegation, led by Senior Col. Awang Dauji, was received by Brig. Manvendra Singh, leader ...
HYDERABAD: A decision on the re-imposition of ban on naxalite outfits is likely to be taken at Tuesday's Cabinet meeting. Ban or no ban, the Government is bound to follow "a stringent policy of hot pursuit," it is learnt. Chief Minister Y.S. ...
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