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“Ready to discuss Balochistan as we have a clear conscience”
Now SIT can question Modi as High Court rejects plea
Judge also rejects former MLA’s request for time to move Supreme Court
Bill Gates against U.S. keeping out talent
NEW DELHI: Microsoft Corporation co-founder and Chairman Bill Gates on Friday warned the Indian information technology industry that U.S. immigration laws could get tougher. Addressing a CEOs Forum here, Mr. Gates said: “The U.S. ...
Supreme Court directive on bail in Shopian case
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday asked the two senior police officers arrested in connection with the alleged rape and murder of two women in Shopian to approach the Sessions Court in Jammu and Kashmir for bail. A Bench, comprising ...
Woman stripped on Patna street; Nitish orders probe
Assailant arrested, ASI suspended dereliction
My action against judges was legal, says Musharraf
New Delhi: The former Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has said that his action in 2007 of removing over 60 judges was absolutely “constitutional and legal,” even as he faces a summons from the Pakistan Supreme Court to ...
26/11: court sees discrepancies in Jadhav’s statement
Ajmal agitated by constable’s testimony on the death of top police officers
Ignored for the Khel Ratna
Olympic medal not good enough for Sushil Kumar and Vijender?
‘Ask children with cold to keep away from school’
NEW DELHI: The Centre will shortly send out an advisory to schools asking them to instruct parents to keep their children away from school if suffering from common cold and cough, even without any history of having contact with an A ...
Mob attacks newspaper office in Gulbarga; three seriously injured
The protesters were upset at a report against the head of a dargah
CPI and CPI (M) to contest two seats each in the by-elections
TIRUCHI: The CPI and the CPI (M) on Friday decided to contest the by-elections to the Assembly, taking two seats each and leaving one to a “friendly” party, even as they requested the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam to ...
Jewellery broker murder case solved
2 Chinese teams break new ground in stem cell research
Live mice created from cells derived from skin tissue
India can be model for rest of the world: Gates
NEW DELHI: Bill Gates, co-chairman of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, has said India’s leadership on HIV/AIDS prevention can be a model for the rest of the world. He said this on Friday during a meeting with Union Health ...
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