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Prachanda: Nepal’s ties with India unassailable
NEW DELHI: Nepalese Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal (Prachanda) on Monday said his country’s relationship with India was “unassailable” and could not be compared with any other country. With history having created a ...
Hunt on for 5 Indian Mujahideen cadre
Police trying to get the custody of Abul Bashar Qasmi from Uttar Pradesh
A slew of schemes to mark birth centenary of Annadurai
CHENNAI: Launch of the ‘Re.1 a kg rice’ scheme through the public distribution system, a new integrated emergency response service in the public-private partnership mode, release of convicts who had completed a certain period in ...
Christian groups retaliate
Four policemen injured and one person stabbed in Dakshina Kannada district
Woman, infant run over by electric train
Global financial crisis sends Sensex tumbling
Realty stocks lead the fall with a loss of 7.65 %
No evidence for conviction under Atrocities Act: judge
“Khairlanji was a case of murder spurred by revenge for an earlier case of assault involving the police patil of a nearby village”
Kayani harps on “national consensus” on Kashmir
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani has once again spoken of a “national consensus” on the Kashmir issue as already in existing, without elaborating what it is. A military statement said Gen. Kayani, ...
Acquittal of three persons disappoints Bhaiyyalal
BHANDARA(Maharashtra): Bhaiyyalal Bhotmange reacted with shock and disappointment on Monday to the acquittal of three persons in the case of the murder of his family at Khairlanji nearly two years ago. He lost his wife, ...
Emphatic victory for New Zealand ‘A’
Bowlers defend modest total with élan; skittle out Australia ‘A’ for 106
Court refuses to stay Amarinder’s expulsion
CHANDIGARH: The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Monday refused to stay the September 10 resolution of the Punjab Assembly through which it had unseated former Chief Minister Amarinder Singh after a special committee of the House indicted him ...
Colombo asked to ensure safety of Tamil civilians
NEW DELHI: India has asked Colombo to ensure the safety and security of Tamil civilians caught in the conflict between the Sri Lankan Army and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) militants, Defence Minister A. K. Antony said here on ...
A leap of faith in England
The U.K.’s first state-funded Hindu faith school opens
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