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Pakistan may use U.S. arms against India, says Pranab
“Aid is often justified as playing a role in the war on terrorism”

Probe charges, Antony tells Army Chief
NEW DELHI: In the wake of two recent charges against Army personnel, Defence Minister A.K. Antony has directed Chief of the Army Staff General J.J. Singh to submit reports on the incidents. In the first instance, a senior officer ...

Prestigious award for Kasturirangan
BANGALORE: Eminent scientist K. Kasturirangan, Director of the National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore, and the former Chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation, has been awarded the prestigious Theodore von Karman Award of ...

New body to streamline drug licensing, imports
CHENNAI: The Central government is set to introduce a bill in the monsoon session of Parliament to bring about changes to the body that regulates the manufacture, import, storage, promotion and use of medicines, cosmetics and other ...

Mounting public outcry on garbage: Jayalalithaa
With reference to the editorial on the garbage accumulation in Chennai (‘Politicising garbage’, September 5) AIADMK General Secretary Jayalalithaa writes: “The hillocks of garbage rotting for days together of which ...

Taj Mahal turning yellow due to pollution
New Delhi: Taj Mahal, the 17th century white marble monument of love, is turning yellow due to dust and dirt. Due to a high level of Suspended Particulate Matter (SPM) in the air, the white marble surface of the Taj Mahal has acquired ...

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