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Justice will be done, Buddhadeb assures Rahman’s mother
Chief Minister visits computer graphics teacher’s house in Kolkata

In south Kashmir, families divided by hatred united in grief
A tragic tale of two landless peasant families in Kulgam

U.S. visa processing likely to go paperless in 2008
Don’t approach middlemen : consular official

Committed to political solution, says Rajapaksa
“We respond when we are attacked”

PM, Sonia owe an explanation to nation, says Advani
NEW DELHI: Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha L.K. Advani said here on Saturday that the Bharatiya Janata Party’s criticism of the India-United States nuclear deal sprang from its perception that it would jeopardise the ...

UPA government’s ‘retreat’ pathetic, says Swamy
CHENNAI: The “retreat” by the United Progressive Alliance Government on the India-U.S. nuclear cooperation agreement is “pathetic and ignoble,” Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy said on Saturday. Though he ...

Karunanidhi lauds Prime Minister
CHENNAI: Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi on Saturday lauded Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress president Sonia Gandhi for their observations at an event in New Delhi on Friday on the political developments in the wake of the nuclear ...

489 Gujarat farmers have committed suicide since 2003
Social activist gets information taking recourse to the Right to Information Act

“Read Uma Devi’s case in conformity with Article 14”


Lalu gets a taste of the past
PATNA: Railway Minister Lalu Prasad on Saturday undertook a ride in a train pulled by a steam engine taken out of a museum to lay the foundation stone for the second largest diesel locomotive works factory in the country in his parliamentary ...

Ex-gratia for blast victims
CHENNAI: The Dargah committee of Dargah Khwaja Sahab, Ajmer, has sanctioned Rs.1 lakh ex-gratia to the kith and kin of the two persons killed in the blast in the Ajmer shrine of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti on October 11. The ...

Former SC judge Sarkaria dead
Chandigarh: The former Supreme Court judge, Justice Ranjit Singh Sarkaria, who defined Centre-State relations for over two decades, died after a prolonged illness here on Friday. He was 91. The former Chairman of the Press Council of ...

‘Kalaignar TV focus is on Tamil Nadu’
CHENNAI: The latest entrant to the Tamil free-to-air television channel scene, Kalaignar TV, will keep its focus firmly on Tamil Nadu, said Sharad Kumar, its Managing Director. “Currently, the focus will be on Tamil. My next task is to ...

Tata Motors plans armoured Safari for high net worth individuals
HYDERABAD: Tata Motors Limited has unveiled a range of armoured vehicles for specialised defence applications. The company also announced plans for manufacturing land mine and bullet proof vehicles on the Tata Safari platform for high ...

Shahrukh apologises for caricaturing politicians
NEW DELHI: Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan has described politics as “one of the most self-sacrificing kind of jobs” and apologised on behalf of the film industry for having “caricatured” politicians in movies. In ...

Activists seek land for the poor; protection of Yamuna
‘Compensation is no solution for displacement’

BJP readying for polls
NEW DELHI: The softening of the United Progressive Alliance government’s stand on the nuclear deal may have lifted the shadow of a mid-term Lok Sabha election, but the Bharatiya Janata Party will nevertheless go ahead with preparations ...

CD copies accepted as secondary evidence
AHMEDABAD: The G.T. Nanavati and K.G. Shah commission, probing the Godhra train carnage and the subsequent communal riots in Gujarat in 2002, on Friday agreed to accept copies of the two compact discs containing details of phone calls of some ...

Sri Chinmoy passes away
NEW YORK: Sri Chinmoy, spiritual leader who ran a meditation group at the United Nations and counted musician Carlos Santana among his followers, died at the age of 76, his organisation said on Friday. The Indian guru died of a heart ...

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