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‘They slapped me and dragged me out of the bus’
‘Talibanisation is happening’
New Delhi: Women and Child Development Minister Renuka Chowdhury said on Saturday there was a “breakdown” of law and order in the Karnataka where “Talibanisation” was happening. “All instruments of ...
Vajpayee continues to be on ventilator
NEW DELHI: The former Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, 84, continued to be on a mechanical ventilator at the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences here for the second day on Saturday. “His condition has neither improved nor ...
Hillary’s concern at A.Q. Khan’s release
Washington: U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has expressed concern over the release of Pakistan’s nuclear scientist A.Q. Khan from house arrest. “I am very much concerned,” Ms. Clinton told journalists in ...
U.S. curbs on banks hiring foreign workers
WASHINGTON: The U.S. Senate on Friday voted to restrict the hiring of foreign workers by banks that receive government bailout money while undergoing vast layoffs. The legislation by Senators Bernie Sanders, an independent, and ...
9 arrested in Bangalore serial blasts case
They belong to a radical group in Kerala; several “incriminating documents” seized
U.S. law will have 2-year life
WASHINGTON: The legislation passed by U.S. Senate on Friday to restrict hiring of foreign workers by banks that receive government bailout money has a two-year life. If signed into law, the measure would apply to more than 300 banks receiving ...
Rajnath raises Hindutva pitch
“We will build a temple at Ayodhya if given the opportunity”
Global dismay at A.Q. Khan release
He is involved in leaking nuclear secrets, says Hillary
Political settlement of Palestine is the real issue, says convention
Speakers criticise pro-Israeli tilt in India’s foreign and security policies
‘Siege continues, Israelis still in command’
New Delhi: A resolution adopted at the convention for ‘Solidarity with Palestine’ here on Saturday among other things said: The savage military aggression by Israel on the 1.5 million Palestinians in Gaza ...
Congress, DMK join hands on Sri Lankan Tamils issue
CHENNAI: The Sri Lankan Tamils Welfare and Liberty Peravai, an umbrella organisation formed by the DMK, on Saturday launched a campaign with the active participation of the Congress, demanding a political solution to the crisis in Sri Lanka. ...
Building violations on the rise
Stop-work notice issued to commercial building on Usman Road
Cyber zones in flight
Wi-Fi is in the air, but not all are cheering
Ansari prays at Bahadur Shah Zafar’s Yangon tomb
Yangon: The tragic fate of the respective last kings of India and Myanmar has left the history of the two nations “intertwined,” Vice President Hamid Ansari indicated on Saturday as he paid homage to the last Mughal emperor Bahadur ...
Chance for India to make history
One last opportunity for Sri Lanka to salvage some pride
India sets up title clash with the Netherlands
Mapmakers of the world unite!
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Browser-based games set to become prominent
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