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100 injured in marketplace blasts; Indian Mujahideen claims responsibility for terror attacks
Terror mail threatens to “stop India’s heartbeat”
Author believed to be top Students Islamic Movement of India bomb-maker Abdul Subhan Qureshi
IEDs similar to those used in Ahmedabad
NEW DELHI: The improvised explosive devices (IEDs) used in the Delhi serial blasts were similar to those used in the recent explosions in Jaipur, Bangalore and Ahmedabad, indicating the involvement of the same group. The bombs were planted at ...
Rs.5 lakh ex gratia announced
NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Saturday announced an ex gratia of Rs.5 lakh for each of the dead and Rs. 50,000 for those injured in the serial blasts. The Chief Minister said that her government would bear all ...
Relatives throng government hospitals
NEW DELHI: Anxious relatives thronged various government hospitals in the city where victims of the serial blasts on Saturday were taken by the Delhi police and ambulances. At least 20 people were killed and about a 100 injured in the blasts. ...
Two blasts rock M-Block market
NEW DELHI: It was a normal day at the M-Block market in Greater Kailash-1 here on a busy Saturday evening when shoppers were jolted with the impact of two low intensity bombs that ripped across the market within a gap of about 10 ...
With a brick, constable defuses bomb
NEW DELHI: A major tragedy was averted when constable Suresh Kumar defused a bomb planted in a dustbin outside Regal cinema in Connaught Place on Saturday. Dinesh Bhatnagar, a gatekeeper at Regal cinema, said: “The ...
India won’t wait for 123 to sign deals with France, Russia
Riders, amendments will jeopardise nuclear agreement with U.S.
PM appeals for calm
NEW DELHI: The Union Home Ministry issued a nationwide alert on Saturday night after serial blasts rocked the Capital. All States and Union Territories have been asked to remain vigilant and beef up security. Meanwhile, the blasts drew ...
e-mail traced to Mumbai
NEW DELHI: The e-mail sent by terrorist outfit Indian Mujahideen to media organisations minutes before the blasts in the Capital on Saturday has been traced to a firm in Mumbai. Investigations so far have revealed that the e-mail that ...
Advani: Centre ignored Modi’s tip-off on terror
BANGALORE: Condemning the bomb blasts in Delhi, the Bharatiya Janata Party leader L. K. Advani on Saturday maintained that the United Progressive Alliance government had failed to act, though Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi had ...
Trinamool calls for “march to Singur”
KOLKATA: The future of the Tata Motors project at Singur continues to remain under a cloud with leaders of both the ruling Left Front and the Trinamool Congress announcing here on Saturday programmes in support of their respective agendas in ...
Air-to-air missile Astra test-fired successfully
HYDERABAD: An important milestone in the pre-operational phase of Beyond-Visual-Range air-to-air missile, Astra was achieved on Saturday with the successful test-firing of the weapon system at Chandipur-on-sea, off the Orissa ...
A weekend turns a nightmare
NEW DELHI: As usual scores of families have gathered at Central Park in Connaught Place on Saturday evening in anticipation of a memorable weekend. But alas that was not to be. Little did they realise what destiny had in store for ...
Don’t rush vote on nuclear deal: Democrats
Washington: A small group of senior Democratic lawmakers has cautioned against rushing with an expedited vote on the India-U.S. nuclear deal that could unsettle administration plans for a quick approval of the pact before the end of the ...
Party ticket on factional quotas no more: Sonia
Selection will be done purely on the basis of competence
BMW accident case: comatose victim dies
Police have pressed more charges against the driver
Indian Mujahideen claims responsibility
NEW DELHI: Indian Mujahideen on Saturday claimed responsibility for the serial blasts in the Capital. The same militant outfit had also owned up the recent blasts in Ahmedabad, Jaipur and Bangalore. Immediately after the ...
Jharkhand Front slams Soren
Jamshedpur: The Jharkhand Front, comprising three State-based political parties, on Saturday criticised Chief Minister Shibu Soren’s invitation to Tata Motors to set up the small car plant in the State. While the Chief Minister ...
Babel’s strike sinks Manchester United
He capitalises on a mistake by Giggs to score in the 77th minute
Siddle and Bollinger hope to make a mark
HYDERABAD: Peter Siddle, the 23-year-old fast bowler from Victoria, is chasing a dream. This rookie fast bowler named in the Australian squad to take on India in the four-match Test series next month, says that few things can be as good in ...
New scheme to be introduced
On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanthi, says Karunanidhi
New grid of transport corridors recommended
Increase in Floor Space Index along them also suggested
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