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“How to enforce the order against the outfit is our business”
Khanduri to be replaced
Pokhriyal, Prakash Pant front-runners
Lalgarh operation on go-slow mode
Lalgarh: Paramilitary forces and the West Bengal police, who are engaging the Maoists and the Maoist-backed Police Santrosh Birodhi Janasadharaner Committee (PSBJC) in Lalgarh, seemed to be adopting a go-slow approach as their operation ...
Manmohan: monitor monsoon situation closely
New Delhi: With the delay in monsoon raising concerns over farm output, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has asked officials to monitor the situation closely on a daily basis. The seasonal rain, which ought to have covered most parts of ...
Nun identifies third accused
Bhubaneswar: The Catholic nun allegedly raped during the 2008 riots in Orissa’s Kandhamal district on Tuesday identified a third person. A charge sheet is likely to be filed against all the three. Seventy people were produced at ...
Special court issues NBW against Hafiz Saeed, 21 others
Most of the accused found mention in the confessional statement of Ajmal
Five new cases of A (H1N1) reported
NEW DELHI: The total number of confirmed A (H1N1) influenza cases in the country has gone up to 68, with five more people testing positive in the last 24 hours. Of the new cases, three are from Delhi, and one each from Bangalore and Hyderabad. ...
Maoists attack police, free top leader from court premises
Bihar police seal borders, arrest two Maoists
“West Bengal needs to declare CPI (Maoist) an unlawful association”
NEW DELHI: While the Centre has listed the CPI (Maoist) as a terrorist organisation, there is still need for the West Bengal government to declare the outfit an “unlawful association,” highly placed sources in the Union Home ...
Fresh attacks on Indians in Australia
Student from Hyderabad, taxi driver assaulted in Melbourne
Court frees Algerian man
TAMBARAM: Saleem Abbasi, the 42-year-old Algeria-born man with a Qatar passport, who spent four days in the Puzhal prison, was set free by a court here on Tuesday evening after the police submitted that they were not pressing charges against ...
Venus gets past the first hurdle
TENNIS / Voegele was a tougher opponent than her ranking — or the scoreline — suggests
Bill to regulate school fees
CHENNAI: The State government would introduce the Unaided Private Schools Regulation Bill in the current session, School Education Minster Thangam Thennarasu told the Assembly on Tuesday. Two clauses The ...
Can USA stop Spain’s winning streak?
The Spaniards have a perfect record in the tournament so far
The games for the masses should be inexpensive, feels M.S. Gill
In the second part of the interview to The Hindu, the Union Cabinet Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs, M.S. Gill, speaks on anti-doping measures, the sanctity of awards ceremonies, Indian football, the controversial SMS game ...
Woman says hijack accused was her son
CHENNAI: The Crime Branch CID police investigating the train hijack case are close to achieving a breakthrough with a woman of Nellore, Andhra Pradesh, claiming that the unidentified dead person was her son. The case pertains to the ...
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