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India aspires for atomic weapons-free world: Ansari
NEW DELHI: India aspires for a non-violent, atomic weapons-free world and believes that the international community should conclude “universal, non-discriminatory and verifiable prohibitions on nuclear weapons” leading to their ...
Parties condemn attack on CPI(M) headquarters
It will be raised at various fora: Karat
Music Academy honours Lalgudi
CHENNAI: The Music Academy, on the occasion of its 80th anniversary, conferred a special ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ on violin maestro Lalgudi G. Jayaraman in recognition of his “monumental” contribution to Carnatic ...
Karnataka Congress heading for crisis?
With Assembly elections round the corner, the party is divided on communal lines
Can a separate Telangana turn into a Maoist haven? news analysis
HYDERABAD: An intense debate is raging in Andhra Pradesh over the propriety of forming a separate Telangana State, following the resignations of the Telangana Rashtra Samithi MPs, MLAs and MLCs. While the Congress government boasts of ensuring ...
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