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India sees increase in terrorist capabilities; avoiding major incident top priority
Advani likely to step down before winter session
Sushma Swaraj “almost certain” to become Opposition leader
Taro Aso concedes defeat in election
People’s considered choice, says Hatoyama
Chandrayaan-1 mission terminated
PANAJI: The Chandrayaan-1 moon mission has been formally called off, as the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has lost radio contact with the craft. There was no possibility of retrieving it, ISRO Chairman Madhavan Nair said here on ...
‘Sharm el-Sheikh was neither a step forward nor backward’
New Delhi: Seeking to draw a line under the controversy surrounding last month’s meeting between Manmohan Singh and Yusuf Raza Gilani, National Security Adviser M.K. Narayanan on Saturday replied in the negative when asked whether the ...
Advani will continue to be leader of the party, says Venkaiah Naidu
‘Pakistan illegally modified missiles’
New York: Validating New Delhi’s fears that Islamabad was using U.S. security aid to beef up its military against it, the Obama administration has accused Pakistan of illegally modifying the Harpoon anti-ship missile and maritime ...
Riyadh not to change terror policy
DUBAI: Saudi Arabia’s Interior Minister, Prince Naif bin Abdulaziz, has said a suicide bomber’s attempt on the life of his son on Thursday night will not change the Kingdom’s counter-terrorism strategy which leaves options ...
Fire breaks out in Gauhati refinery
GUWAHATI: A fire broke out in the Sulphur Recovery Unit of the Gauhati Refinery on Sunday afternoon during the start-up of the plant after a planned shutdown for 11 days. The fire broke out in an open channel carrying oil spillage. ...
Heavy rain lashes Delhi, north
NEW DELHI: Heavy rain lashed the national capital and most parts of the northern region on Sunday. The flood situation showed little sign of improvement in Bihar, affecting 1.5 million people. The mercury dipped appreciably across Punjab, ...
Fisichella brings home Force India’s first points
Kimi Raikkonen wins drama-laden Belgian Grand Prix
Devvarman qualifies for U.S. Open
Federer and Williams sisters figure in the first-day matches
Decision on equitable standard education not unilateral: Minister
Telegraph office at Chennai Central shut down
CHENNAI: The Central Telegraph Office operated by BSNL Chennai Telephones at the Central railway station here has been shut down after the telecom operator’s request for a rental rebate was turned down by the Railway ...
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