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Militants want to destabilise peace: Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: The Mumbai terror attacks and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s statement that the attackers came from a “neighbouring country” have spread widespread gloom here. They have spurred fears for the future of ...

Lashkar tested sea route to Mumbai in 2007 dry run


V.P. Singh a champion of social justice
His empathy for weaker sections will always be etched in national consciousness: Manmohan

Terrorists were prepared for a long siege
MUMBAI: The Maharashtra Police said on Thursday that the rucksacks of the terrorists killed and arrested during the attacks in Mumbai contained dry fruits, suggesting they were prepared for a long siege. Investigators, however, ...

Experts blame lax hotel security
MUMBAI: With a little over a dozen gunmen holding the financial capital of the country to ransom, the hotel industry has come in for criticism for security lapses. Two of the iconic landmark hotels in Mumbai, the Taj and Trident ...

60 p.c. polling in Madhya Pradesh
Bhopal: The Assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh saw an estimated 60 per cent turnout on Thursday, but the exercise was marred by the killing of a BJP candidate, stabbing of a presiding officer and disruptions. Briefing reporters, Chief ...

Goa steps up security at IFFI
PANAJI: The Goa government has stepped up security at the ongoing International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in the light of the Mumbai terror attacks. Two extra companies of the Central Industrial Security Force have been requisitioned for ...

An irreparable loss: Mayawati
Three-day mourning in Uttar Pradesh

India was a soft target: Meghnad
PANAJI: Renowned economist Lord Meghnad Desai has hit out at the Indian state, calling it “a soft target” for terrorists. Speaking to The Hindu on the sidelines of the International Film Festival of India ...

Husain’s film screened at festival
PANAJI: Amidst all the gloom, there was a little but hard-fought victory for secular forces as the authorities finally screened on Thursday M.F. Husain’s 40-year-old documentary, Through the eyes of a ...

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