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Congress, BJP, Left parties issue whip
Pursue politics, Kalam tells women
CHENNAI: The former President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, is looking forward to the passage of the Women's Reservation Bill in Parliament next week. He told The Hindu on Friday: “Today, I addressed and interacted with 6,000 students at ...
Indian child found dead in Melbourne
Kevin Rudd pledges to get to the bottom of the “horrible” incident
Dialogue with Pakistan only way ahead, says Manmohan
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday told both Houses of Parliament that the only way ahead to resolve contentious issues with Pakistan was to engage it in dialogue, even as he asserted that Saudi Arabia's intervention was not ...
Support Women's Reservation Bill, Manmohan urges MPs
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday announced the government's intention to press for a discussion on the Women's Reservation Bill in the current session of Parliament and appealed to Members of Parliament to support the cause ...
Holbrooke regrets remarks
Washington DC: United States' Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Holbrooke has apologised for any misunderstanding arising from the remarks he made here on Tuesday, suggesting that Indians were not targeted in the ...
Karzai assures India of steps to protect Indians
Shiv Shankar Menon discusses security situation in the wake of attacks
NSA interacts with Indians in Kabul
KABUL: National Security Adviser Shiv Shankar Menon on Friday interacted with a group of Indians working in Kabul. At the closed-door meeting inside the fortress-like Indian mission here, these representatives informed him of the issues they ...
PMK cadres attack CPI(M) office in retaliation
CHENNAI: The State committee office of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) was attacked on Friday by cadres of the Pattali Makkal Katchi in retaliation to an attack on the office of Makkal TV, a satellite channel affiliated to the ...
U.K. visa centres in South to be closed for six days
M.F. Husain, Indira Gandhi & a portrait
M.F. Husain had, by 1970, made his reputation as India's leading painter. He was keen to do a portrait of Indira Gandhi. I knew Husain well from 1958. In the mid-1960s he had twice stayed with me in New York. He arrived un-announced. He left ...
Use latest technology in autism research, says Abdul Kalam
‘There is need to infuse a sense of equality into the life of these children'
Escape route near royal harem found at Bidar Fort
Recent excavations reveal 150-meter-long tunnel
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