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But it is also wary of walking into trap of escalating hostility
Replacement for Deshmukh today
Zardari promises action
Islamabad focussed on fighting terror: Rice
All steps taken to ensure air passenger safety
NEW DELHI: With major airports across the country continuing to be in a state of “high alert,” the government said all measures were taken to ensure the safety and security of travellers. “There is a threat perception ...
Nuclear business to top Medvedev agenda
Both sides are also attempting to stitch some defence deals
‘Pakistani Army wants diversion from Afghan war’
America has levers of influence but will not necessarily do what suits India
Details emerge on CIA terror plot warnings
September alerts suggest U.S. was monitoring LeT plans
Kluge Prize for Romila Thapar
CHENNAI: Historian Romila Thapar has been chosen for the 2008 Kluge Prize for Lifetime Achievement in the Study of Humanity instituted by the United States Library of Congress. Dr. Thapar, who is Emeritus Professor of History at Jawaharlal ...
Pranab to visit Sri Lanka
Manmohan’s assurance to all-party delegation
CPI(M) opposes military strikes on PoK targets
NEW DELHI: Attacking the Bharatiya Janata Party and a section of the media for advocating a U.S.-type response to the Mumbai terror attacks, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Thursday said such a move would only result in what terror ...
Stray violence mars Rajasthan polling
JAIPUR: Stray incidents of violence and clashes among political and caste groups marred polling for the 200-member Rajasthan Assembly on Thursday, when an estimated 65-68 per cent of the 3.62 crore electorate exercised their franchise. ...
68.22 per cent voting in 3rd phase in J&K
Ready to counter aerial attacks: Air Chief
NEW DELHI: The Indian Air Force on Thursday asserted that it was prepared to ward off attempts of aerial attacks by terrorists. The Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal F. H. Major, told journalists that the report of such possible ...
Provide unequivocal help to India, Rice tells Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice asked the Pakistan government to provide “unequivocal assistance” to India in investigating the Mumbai attacks and to act “sincerely and quickly” in the matter during ...
“At the cemetery, we told the child your parents are here”
Muslim family loses six members in the CST massacre
India tightens visa procedures for Pakistanis
ISLAMABAD: India has made it more difficult for Pakistanis to obtain visas in the wake of the Mumbai attacks. A press release from the Indian High Commission here said that on account of the additional security measures ...
No early exit for investors in close-ended mutual fund schemes
All such schemes must be listed on the stock exchanges, says SEBI Chairman
Rowling’s latest is here
Book of fairy tales penned for friends hits shops
China, U.S. focus on global economic system
Beijing’s stress on investor confidence, Third World
1500 MW of nuclear power to be added by 2009
Kakodkar says the aim is to generate 20,000 MW by 2020; half of this to come from PHWR
BJP offers support for stern steps against Pakistan
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party has conveyed to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee that the party will “stand by the government” if effective steps are taken against ...
Inflation at 7-month low
NEW DELHI: The rate of inflation dipped further to 8.40 per cent for the week ended November 22 from 8.84 per cent in the previous week on account of lower prices of non-administered fuel products and certain manufactured food items even as ...
Mumbai attacks will remain etched in my memory: Deshmukh
Mumbai: The outgoing Maharashtra Chief Minister, Vilasrao Deshmukh, said on Thursday that the recent terror attacks, which led to his resignation, would remain etched in his memory. “We cannot take away the sorrow, we can only ...
Yuvraj Singh back in Test squad
Pragyan Ojha returns with the selectors picking horses for courses
You can smell fear, say scientists
The smell of fear, one of the most terrible cliches of pulp fiction, is actually founded in fact, scientists claimed on Thursday. People can unconsciously detect whether someone is stressed or scared by smelling a chemical pheromone ...
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