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Stresses need for resolving Kashmir dispute for peace in the region
Will not allow safe havens for Al-Qaeda in Pakistan: U.S.
Washington: United States President Barack Obama on Tuesday made it clear that his country will not allow “safe havens” for Al-Qaeda and Taliban in the tribal areas bordering Afghanistan, and asked Islamabad to take “control ...
Al-Qaeda leader warns India of more attacks
“Don’t try to harm Pakistan”
Court raps CBI in Mulayam assets case
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday reserved its verdict on the Central Bureau of Investigation’s applications whether to submit its report of the inquiry into the disproportionate assets of the former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, ...
Efforts on to bring home Simon’s body: Vayalar Ravi
NEW DELHI: The Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs, in coordination with the External Affairs Ministry, is trying to locate and bring home the body of Simon Paranthaman of Tamil Nadu, who was reported “dead” while in captivity in ...
Tamil Nadu dubs Kerala law on Mullaperiyar dam unconstitutional
Counsel questions neighbouring State’s legislative competence to enact it
Sources say copters did not get clearance; IAF disputes claim
Only DGCA probe will unravel mystery of Mumbai mix-up
Underworld threat to Ajmal’s life
Joint Commissioner of Police confirms receiving ‘regular intelligence reports’
Court: no clubbing of trial against Advani, kar sevaks
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed a writ petition for consolidation of the two trials being held against leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha L.K. Advani and seven others in the Babri masjid demolition case in a Rae Bareli ...
Bhimsen Joshi presented with Bharat Ratna
Pune: Noted Hindustani classical vocalist Pandit Bhimsen Joshi (87) was presented with Bharat Ratna, country’s highest civilian award, at his residence here on Tuesday. The award comprises a certificate signed by the President of ...
PDS shops begin using handheld billing machines
CHENNAI: The Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection Department is planning to introduce 1,500 handheld billing machines at public distribution system (PDS) shops in Chennai by next month. A senior official of the department said that the ...
Pathan brothers power India home
In a dramatic encounter, the Lankans lose the plot in the final stretch
Hard-fought win for Sania Mirza
Leander Paes & Lukas Dlouhy get past the first hurdle in Rotterdam
Prakash, Koechlin win MetroPlus Playwright Award
CHENNAI: Prashant Prakash and Kalki Koechlin are the winners of the MetroPlus Playwright Award 2009 for their co-authored entry ‘Skeleton Woman.’ Instituted by The Hindu for the best original, unpublished and ...
New version of Amazon’s Kindle reader set to arrive
The device has seven times the memory of the original version
Octuplets make TV debut as row continues
Los Angeles: Malia, Noah, Jonah, Isaiah, Nariah, Jeremiah, Mccai and Josiah made their television debut on Monday even as the row over their birth continued. The octuplets, born two weeks ago, were introduced to an expectant world by ...
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