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Army to lodge protest with Pakistan
LoC fighting sparks fears of bloody summer
Jawan killed in 20-minute assault
Nuclear deal is not dead but down to last days: Mulford
CHENNAI: While the New Delhi-Washington civilian nuclear deal is “not dead,” it is “down to the last days,” David Mulford, U.S. Ambassador to India, said on Monday. If Indian approval came through by June, the U.S. ...
It is a ‘great opportunity’ for India and Pakistan: Qureshi
“Both sides have a better understanding of each other’s point of view”
Army to lodge protest
NEW DELHI: Monday’s attack on the Army post in Jammu and Kashmir comes a day before External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee is scheduled to reach Islamabad to resume peace talks. A soldier of the Gorkha Rifles was killed in the attack ...
“Insinuations will vitiate atmosphere”
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Monday that India and Pakistan had come “closer” and developed a “better understanding” of each other through the peace process, and stressed that ...
Tents are our top need: China
BEIJING: China has requested the international community to offer tents among other relief donations to survivors in quake-hit Sichuan. Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said on Monday: “China would like the international community to ...
‘Nuclear deal will have little effect on broad framework of bilateral ties’
India has in many ways captured the imagination of America, saysDavid Mulford
Access to dug-outs for team owners
Mumbai: A day after Shah Rukh Khan was barred entry to his team’s dressing room, the Indian Premier League authorities issued fresh guidelines which has cleared the deck for the presence of a franchise owner in the team dug-out for the ...
Akhtar doubtful for crunch game
Royals eyes its ninth win as Knight Riders tries to stay afloat
5-wkt. win for Daredevils
Sehwag, Gambhir provide the ideal platform
Jet-sharing for the eco-conscious
Was it Van Gogh’s last work?
Athens: A portrait stashed in a bank vault in Athens could be the last painting Vincent van Gogh produced, according to some art experts and collectors who are attempting to determine the authenticity of the picture found among the possessions ...
Abhishek Majumdar wins the MetroPlus Playwright Award
The winning play explores issues of immigration and identity
Liquor tragedy: death toll in two States rises to 68
All the affected areas report fresh cases
Sand quarries to be leased out
CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu government on Monday announced that sand quarries in the State would be leased out through tenders and open auction, thus ending its monopoly. The District Collectors have been empowered to float tenders and ...
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