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She asks India to avoid “unintended consequences”
Zardari rules out returning fugitives
‘Stateless actors’ did it in Mumbai
Policeman injured as terror suspect opens fire
HYDERABAD: A terror suspect wanted in the Mecca Masjid blast case and his associates escaped after firing at three members of the police Counter Intelligence wing who tried to nab them near a bustling junction here on Wednesday. A ...
Maharashtra to get new Chief Minister
NEW DELHI: The Congress on Wednesday began the search for a new Chief Minister in Maharashtra after deciding to accept the resignation of Vilasrao Deshmukh. Defence Minister A.K. Antony, who is in charge of party affairs in the State, told ...
Visit us, Lashkar front organisation tells media
Manmohan: no terrorist or enemy can destroy India’s unity
Inaugurating IISc centenary celebrations, PM sends out strong message
Police now have more to do: PM
BANGALORE: Security in the information technology city of Bangalore appears to be high on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s list of priorities. Soon after his arrival here on a daylong visit on Wednesday, Dr. Singh ...
India issues stern warning to Pakistan
Pranab: strongest possible measures to prevent Mumbai-type attacks
India will not be cowed down, says Sonia
URI: Congress president and United Progressive Alliance chairperson Sonia Gandhi asserted on Wednesday that India would not be cowed down by acts of terror. “We are ready to give a fitting reply to terrorists,” she said at ...
Retracing the CST attack
MUMBAI: Wednesday, November 26, will be remembered by railway commuters as a wild gory night when two terrorists entered the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) and killed 56 people, apart from injuring 98. Around 8 p.m., Mohammad Ajmal ...
Antony warns of airborne terror threat
NEW DELHI: With India’s coastal security already breached in Mumbai by terrorists, Defence Minister A.K. Antony on Wednesday warned the armed forces of possible terror attacks from airborne platforms similar to the ‘9/11’ ...
U.S. promises India full cooperation
Washington: The United States on Wednesday promised “full cooperation [with] and support” to India at various levels to deal with the consequences of the Mumbai terror attacks even as the two sides asserted that the perpetrators of ...
8 kg of RDX found amid luggage near CST
MUMBAI: Eight kg of RDX, fitted with a timer, was found near the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) here a little after 6.15 p.m. on Wednesday, Railway Police Commissioner A.K. Sharma said. Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh had visited ...
Advani sees Pakistan agencies’ role in attacks
NEW DELHI: At a meeting with United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Wednesday, Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha and senior BJP leader L.K. Advani emphasised that the Mumbai attacks could not have been carried out without ...
They took on terrorists with lathis
Mumbai: It was not a crack police team which eventually got the two suspected terrorists who were trying to escape in a silver Skoda on the night of November 26. The real heroes who captured one of the terrorists alive were the ordinary ...
India, Russia to step up defence cooperation
Focus on trade during Medvedev’s visit
Duma condemns Mumbai attacks
MOSCOW: The Russian Parliament voiced indignation at the Mumbai terror attack and called for early approval of an India-drafted anti-terrorist convention. “There can be no justification for the atrocities committed by ...
He lucks out on the burning hotel floor
CHENNAI: On the night of November 26, luck and disaster courted Chennai’s chartered accountant P.B. Srinivasan alternately in Mumbai. He still cannot figure out why he changed his mind and asked the taxi driver to take him to the ...
I feel extremely sorry, says Achuthanandan
THIRUVANATHAPURAM: Kerala Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan has expressed regret for having caused anguish to the family of slain National Security Guard commando Sandeep Unnikrishnan and others on account of a remark of his and expressed ...
A closed chapter, says friend of Sandeep’s family
Bangalore: The controversy generated by Kerala Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan’s remarks against the family of slain Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan appears to have blown over. “Absolutely, there is no problem ...
U.S., India see link to militants in Pakistan
Important to find out who was responsible, says Gates
We’ll fight against India, says Taliban
Islamabad: Pakistani Taliban commanders have offered their men and suicide bombers to fight alongside the armed forces in the event of hostilities. Militant commanders have called on Pakistan’s security establishment to end ...
LTTE targets hit: Colombo
COLOMBO: Amid air raids on “identified” LTTE targets on the Kilinochchi battle front, the military on Wednesday claimed to be “pushing their forward boundaries” towards the town which houses the administrative ...
Terror insurance pool corpus set to increase
Products are bound to be upgraded, says IRDA chief
A week after, Mumbai groundswell against terror
A rally with feeling converges on Gateway of India area
Dickason reviews security arrangements
ECB’s CSO visits MAC Stadium, inspects ground and dressing room
Website-based stem cell therapy rapped
NEW YORK: Consumers should be wary of websites from clinics that offer stem cell treatments, according to a study that found a lack of firm medical evidence to back up their claims. The websites in the study generally portrayed their ...
Sun TV petition against RCV withdrawn
A President and ‘enemies’ all around
White House archival records show how Richard Nixon felt under siege
FIVE POINTS: A hardy but pedestrian plant is doing triple duty in California. Farmers, water managers and agriculture researchers are closely watching an experiment using canola plants to absorb the salt from soil and water. The seeds ...
New light on 16th century explosion
NEW YORK: More than 400 years after Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe challenged established wisdom about the heavens by analysing a strange light in the sky, scientists say they have determined just what he saw. It is no big surprise. ...
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