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‘Significant number of battalions will be pulled out’
Obama unveils new Afghan strategy
Pledges 30,000 more troops; vows to end war and begin pullout in 2011
India welcomes U.S. move
NEW DELHI: Despite India not finding a mention in U.S. President Barack Obama’s speech on the new policy for Afghanistan, New Delhi said it was “not complaining” while U.S. Ambassador Timothy J. Roemer said India would be a ...
ULFA chairman held in Dhaka?
Likely to be flown to Delhi to facilitate peace talks with the Centre
No school buses yet for muscular dystrophy afflicted
CHENNAI: Most students of the Chennai Corporation’s model school for students with muscular dystrophy are not able to attend classes. Out of the 42 students on the rolls, only seven are attending classes. “Many of them are ...
‘Entrepreneurial journalists on a par with traditional media’
Hyderabad: Journalists who have made the transition to independent online publishing measure themselves against the same professional bar that print journalists do, and are equally differentiated as credible sources in much the same way as ...
Police-lawyers clash: State opposes High Court judgment
54.3 % polling recorded in phase-II of Jharkhand elections
CISF jawan killed as Maoists attack foot patrol in Giridih district
Top honchos named in cases against Satyam
HYDERABAD: The former Cabinet Secretary T.R. Prasad, the former Director of IIT-Delhi and Madras, V.S. Raju, and the former Dean of the Indian School of Business (ISB) M. Rammohan Rao, have been named by the Serious Fraud Investigation Office ...
Central team leaves Kolkata without visiting affected areas
It will submit report to Union Home Ministry on returning to New Delhi
Dilshan steers Lanka to competitive score
Harbhajan Singh scalps four on a Brabourne wicket that eased out a touch after lunch
Court no to include film in IFFI Indian panorama
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected a demand to include the Malayalam film Pazhassi Raja in the Indian panorama section of the International Film Festival of India, which is to end on Thursday. A Bench ...
Curtains down on IFFI today
PANAJI: The curtains will come down on the 11-day 40th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) here on Thursday evening with the screening of Spanish film Broken Wings by Pedro Almodóvar. Malayalam actor ...
Documentary certification to be separate category
PANAJI: The Indian Cinematograph Act, 1952, is being reviewed to put documentaries on a separate footing for certification. Vinayak Azad, Regional Officer, Central Board of Film Certification, Western Zone, stated this at a seminar on ...
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