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Bhardwaj: new anti-terror law coming
New Delhi: The Centre will soon come out with a new comprehensive law to specifically deal with terrorist attacks, Law Minister H.R. Bhardwaj said here on Saturday. He was addressing an international conference on terrorism. Later ...

IISc must be among world’s top 10 by 2030: Kalam
BANGALORE: Ten Nobel laureates, a hyper-plane for inter-planetary exploration and a second green revolution are some of the thoughts the former President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, has penned in his wish-list for the Indian Institute of Science ...

Tragedy behind boycott
SHOPIAN: Nazir Ahmad Ganai’s family and neighbours on Saturday had a reason not to vote. This town is considered to be a stronghold of separatist politics. Ganai has lost all his three sons in the past five years. His house is ...

CJI assails media coverage of attacks
New Delhi: The live coverage of the Mumbai terrorist attacks and the subsequent events by the media, in particular television news channels, drew critical observations from Chief Justice of India K.G. Balakrishnan here on ...

Vasundhara Raje told to change her ways
NEW DELHI: The former Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje is believed to have been told by the Bharatiya Janata Party leadership here that she would have to change her ways to ensure a better rapport between the state leaders and the ...

Politicians agree to come to consensus over national security
KOLKATA: Senior members of major national political parties agreed here on Saturday that national security was non-negotiable and all political parties, irrespective of their ideologies, should come to a consensus while formulating ...

Only a handful of MPs pay homage to 2001 martyrs
Leaders pay floral tributes at plaque put up on encounter spot

Acid-attack accused shot dead
The three youths attacked police, says Warangal SP after ’encounter’

PIL: why are police still using World War II rifles?
New Delhi: The Supreme Court has issued notice to the Centre on a public interest litigation petition filed by the former Attorney-General, Soli Sorabjee, for a direction that it equip the police and security forces with modern weapons for ...

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