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From the Print Edition
Patil quits, Chidambaram takes charge of Home
Prime Minister Manmohan to look after Finance Ministry

‘It is too little, too late’
NEW DELHI: Major political parties have described the Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil’s resignation as “too little, too late,” and said the decision should have been made earlier. The parties include the main Opposition ...

Pakistan now holds the key to probe: investigators
MUMBAI: Investigators probing last week’s massacre in Mumbai have reached a point where little progress can now be made unless Pakistan arrests key suspects based in that country, police and intelligence officials have told The ...

No evidence so far of local involvement
MUMBAI: Sources in the joint Mumbai Police-Intelligence Bureau investigation team, probing last week’s terror attack, said efforts to harvest further evidence through exploring the Lashkar’s possible local infrastructure have so ...

Federal agency to fight terror planned

‘Army not mobilising troops on border’
New Delhi: The Army is not mobilising troops on the border with Pakistan in the wake of Mumbai terror strikes, a senior Army official said on Sunday, scotching speculation in this regard. “We have not received any orders from the ...

Terror mail analysis supports claim of Lashkar authorship
Spelling errors, style show author was not native Hindi-speaker

Cleaning operation begins in Oberoi and Trident Hotels
Mumbai: The staff and executives of The Oberoi and the Trident Hotels on Sunday started what could be a long and arduous task of cleaning up the twin towers, which was one of the main targets of the terror attack in Mumbai. Thirty two ...

Lashkar honed fidayeen skills in Srinagar attacks
Jammu and Kashmir Police trained local assets to defeat terror offensive

AK-47s vs. service revolver
MUMBAI: Forty-seven-year-old head constable Mohan Shinde from Azad Maidan police station, near Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST), can barely speak. He has deep shrapnel wounds in his stomach, which have perforated his intestines and his right ...

Calm announcer saved thousands of lives

Jewish baby in safe hands
Mumbai: The Jewish baby from Nariman House, which escaped the fate of her family members killed in the terror attack, is in safe hands. “A lady from Israel came down to take her,” said a source at the Colaba police station. ...

Crucial meet

Terrorists did not plan to bring down Taj hotel: NSG
“We have not found that amount of explosives”

Terror attack death toll 172: Health Department
MUMBAI: The Health Department has confirmed the death of 172 people in the recent terror attacks in the city. The number of injured in hospitals is 248. Another 44 have taken treatment in the outpatient departments, said a ...

62 per cent polling in J&K
Kupwara: Ignoring a boycott call in the separatists’ stronghold of Kupwara in the Kashmir valley on Sunday, nearly 62 per cent of the electorate voted in the third phase of Assembly elections. — PTI ...

Pakistan media declare war on Indian counterparts

Mumbai needs political will to find its feet
The terror attacks will not fundamentally destabilise the Indian economy. Yet, the loss in business confidence will have an impact

United is ‘King of Manchester’
Villa squanders a golden opportunity against Fulham

BCCI must introduce ranking system
We cannot have two sets of selectors going in two different directions, writes Makarand Waingankar

Vijay Kumar chosen to head National Police Academy
Says he will incorporate jungle warfare at induction level

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