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It seeks independent enquiry into Lahore attack
Taliban blows up poet’s shrine
PESHAWAR: Islamist terrorists on Thursday blew up the mausoleum of a 17th century poet in Peshawar, apparently because women visited it. It was revered in both Pakistan and Afghanistan. Dedicated to Pashto poet Abdul Rehman, commonly ...
Pakistan rules out Indian hand
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan said on Thursday the attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in Lahore could have been the work of the Al Qaeda and dismissed suggestions that the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam or India was behind it. Rehman Malik, ...
NRIs to bid for Gandhi memorabilia
NEW DELHI: Hours before Mahatma Gandhi’s memorabilia was scheduled to be auctioned in New York, the government on Thursday ruled out bidding for them directly and indicated that it would try to get its Non-Resident Indian (NRI) community ...
Reprocessing request is the first test of nuclear deal under Obama
India, U.S. have till August 2010 to work out ‘arrangements and procedures’
Bike dancer recovering
Full-face helmet, cardiopulmonary resuscitation saved her
CEC: no compromise in U.P.
Commission will look into opposition complaints
Mahatma memorabilia owner withdraws from auction
New York: The United States-based owner of Mahatma Gandhi’s five personal objects, including the iconic round eye glasses, on Thursday decided to withdraw from the controversial auction of the prized memorabilia hours before they were ...
Jayalalithaa to go on fast
CHENNAI: All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam general secretary Jayalalithaa will observe a fast here on Tuesday (March 10) on the Sri Lankan Tamils issue. Announcing this, the AIADMK leader, in a statement on Thursday, blamed Chief ...
Indian team sports a settled look
Ishant and McCullum’s fitness worries India and New Zealand
U.S. urged to expand cooperation with India
Washington: The Obama administration should make further military aid to Pakistan conditional on its progress in uprooting terrorist organisations, a former U.S. diplomat has said. This was important as the U.S. needs to show India that ...
Inflation slips to 3.03%
NEW DELHI: The rate of inflation dropped further to over a six-year low at 3.03 per cent for the week ended February 21 from 3.36 per cent in the previous week mainly on account of declining prices of most food, fuel and manufactured products. ...
BJP, AGP finalise seat-sharing
NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party and the Asom Gana Parishad on Thursday formally finalised seat-sharing for the Lok Sabha elections, under which the former will contest eight seats and the latter six. After some tough talking by the ...
New rock art scenes
Finds in Tamil Nadu’s lower Palani hill ranges
“I don’t belong, I always felt the sense of otherness”
Pamuk says if he felt at home he wouldn’t be able to write
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