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Take fight against terror to world stage: Pratibha
Collectively defeat it, don’t deflect responsibility on to non-state actors
Sikh diaspora seeks explanation for injustice to victims of 1984 carnage
CHANDIGARH: On the eve of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s arrival in the U.S., different advocacy, human rights groups, networks and Sikh organisations, have put up a coordinated campaign across North America and Europe to expose the ...
Shourie: allow IITs to work autonomously
MUMBAI: The former Union Minister, Arun Shourie, said on Saturday that academic institutions of excellence such as the Indian Institutes of Technology should be left to work autonomously without government interference. He was speaking ...
Naidu criticises Rosaiah, Yeddyurappa
HYDERABAD: The recommendation of the Central Empowered Committee of the Supreme Court to put a stop to illegal mining in six iron ore mines in Anantapur district and its observation that the Andhra Pradesh government is ‘shockingly ...
Try cross-border terror attacks in ICC: Balakrishnan
Italy faces growing jihadist threat
NEW DELHI: Like other European states, Italy has become increasingly fearful that the Lashkar’s infrastructure could support operations by autonomous Islamist cells on its soil. In October, Libyan national Mohamed Game attacked an ...
Concern at global doctrine of right to first use of military
NEW DELHI: Having declared socialism as the only alternative to fight the might of the capital world, the 11th meeting of the International Communist and Workers Parties expressed concern over the emerging global doctrine of right to first use ...
He popularised handlooms, Indian tea
NEW DELHI: The eminent musicologist, noted administrator and Chairman of the National Cultural Organisation, Dr. N.P. Seshadri, passed away here on November 16 after a brief illness. He was 81. He is survived by his sister Kamala ...
No decision yet on next CIC
New Delhi: A crucial meeting to decide a successor to Wajahat Habibullah, who resigned recently as head of the Central Information Commission, remained inconclusive on Friday, suggesting stumbling blocks in the appointment to the topmost Right ...
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