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Replaces Iftikhar Chaudhry as Chief Justice citing judicial interference; new provisional constitution in place
Delhi regrets development
New Delhi: New Delhi on Saturday regretted the imposition of emergency in Pakistan. The External Affairs Ministry said India hoped that normality would soon return to allow the transition to democracy. “We regret the difficult ...
Round-the-clock dharna by BJP
BANGALORE: The Bharatiya Janata Party on Saturday launched a three-day, round-the-clock dharna here to pressure Karnataka Governor Rameshwar Thakur to invite its leader B.S. Yeddyurappa to form a government. The former BJP president M. ...
Internal problem of Pakistan: India
NEW DELHI: “Watchful” and “on the alert,” India on Saturday night decided to treat the declaration of Emergency in Pakistan as an internal problem of that country. This was the line taken by the government after Prime ...
Two held for BPO employee’s murder
Pune: A woman, employed with a BPO as an associate, was murdered after being sexually assaulted, allegedly by the driver of a pick-up car and his friend in a paddy field near Gahunje village, about 50 km from here, police said. The ...
Girl, 2 suspected rebels die in gunbattle
SRINAGAR: Thousands of villagers protested on Saturday in Jammu and Kashmir, blaming government forces for the death of a girl. Chanting slogans like “We want freedom” and “We support militants,” thousands of ...
BJP shamelessly dragging Lord Ram’s name: Sonia
Kick-starting poll campaign, she asks women to rise and unite to vote out BJP
Kissinger optimistic about nuclear deal
‘Hurdles did not end India, U.S. cooperation ’
BJP in no mood to oblige Gowda
JD(S)’s demands are seen as pressure tactics to tie down BJP
Bullets fired from rock-top felled Chhattisgarh policemen
Many of them, though armed, died without firing a shot
Home sweet, techno-home
A full-scale model is all-in-one solution for security, safety and convenience
Dravid’s omission would help us: Younis Khan
NEW DELHI: Younis Khan is far from an ‘oldie’ in this young Pakistan side but sounds like a wise man speaking from experience. Whether it is the subject of excluding Rahul Dravid or the obsession of the two nations to replace ...
Guwahati ready to host a run feast
Tight security at the Nehru Stadium for the ODI
Yuki Bhambri bags a double
Poojashree- Kolesnichenko pair emerges champion
Speaker will decide: Karunanidhi
CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu Assembly Speaker R. Avudaiappan will take a decision on whether to receive the notice issued by the Madras High Court in a case filed by the AIADMK general secretary Jayalalithaa on the basis of the powers vested in him, ...
Work on to implement common syllabus for schools in State
CHENNAI: Work on implementing a common syllabus for different streams of school education in the State has begun, according to School Education Minister Thangam Thennarasu. As a first step, the School Education Department is working to ensure ...
Complaints can now be SMSed to Corporation
Chennai: Chennai residents can now send complaints on civic problems via SMS to the Corporation. Mayor M. Subramanian, who inaugurated the facility on Saturday, said the SMS-based complaints helpline was a progressive scheme that would ...
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