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“They put pressure on me; I was driven out”
Centre shifts Taslima to undisclosed location
NEW DELHI: Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen was shifted out of the Rajasthan House here to an undisclosed location by Central intelligence sleuths late on Monday night. She had been a guest of the State government since ...
Sanjay Dutt, 16 others get bail
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday granted bail to actor Sanjay Dutt, convicted and sentenced to six-year imprisonment in the 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts case. It also gave bail to 16 others, sentenced to imprisonment for different periods by ...
Taslima welcome to stay in Gujarat: Modi
AHMEDABAD: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday promised a “safe home” for Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen in the State and invited her if the Union government could not provide necessary protection to her. ...
Karunanidhi writes to Manmohan
Seeks action to end “sufferings and bad treatment” of Tamils in Malaysia
Court rejects plea against churidar in Guruvayur temple
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday upheld the Guruvayur Krishna temple’s decision to allow entry of women wearing churidar. A Bench comprising Chief Justice K.G. Balakrishnan and Justices R.V. Raveendran and J.M. Panchal ...
Traffic curbs near schools suggested
CHENNAI: The traffic police are considering restricting and regulating movement of private vehicles near educational institutions to ensure the safety of schoolchildren. Staggered school timings and car pools to pick up and drop them ...
Make local bodies citizen-centric: ARC
Report presented to Manmohan; recommends effective devolution of functions and powers
Musharraf bids farewell to troops
To hand over charge to Gen. Kayani
Identified criminals under police scrutiny
Prabakaran faults world on support to Colombo
Appeals to international community to change the approach
Kiran Bedi seeks voluntary retirement
NEW DELHI: Kiran Bedi, the first woman Indian Police Service officer, has put in her papers seeking voluntary retirement, almost two years ahead of her superannuation, to “focus on her social work commitments and academics.” ...
Heavy security for teams
Kumble, Rajput satisfied with pitch
All out for Madhuri Dixit
M.F. Husain books all seats for ‘Aaja Nachle’ matinee show in Dubai
Delivered: 4 sets of twins in 24 hours
LA CROSSE: You can excuse Kenneth Merkitch if he is seeing double these days. He has been an obstetrician-gynaecologist at the Gundersen Lutheran Medical Centre here in Wisconsin, United States, for 19 years, but he said he has never ...
Mobile Bible: £6 a testament
London: God moves not only in mysterious ways but increasingly in technological ones as Christians have come to embrace the latest gadgets. British believers, already able to get daily passages from the scriptures delivered as messages on ...
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