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Attack comes ahead of massive offensive against the naxals
Manmohan to attend nuclear security summit
It is aimed at checking trafficking in nuclear material
India won't hand over Kasab, Ansari to Pakistan: Nirupama
NEW DELHI: India on Sunday ruled out handing over Ajmal Kasab, the lone terrorist caught during the 26/11 strikes, or his associate Fahim Ansari to Pakistan, saying “justice” was taking its course in the case. “We are ...
All-party meeting on women's Bill today
After the recent ruckus in Rajya Sabha, the government wants to play it safe
House listing operations for Census 2011 progressing well
Census Commissioner allays apprehensions about intrusion in privacy through fingerprinting and photographs
Chidambaram renews talks offer
Requests people not to extend support to the Maoists
How can we fight them, ask Lalgarh residents
LALGARH: “He asked us to get united and drive away the Maoists from the area. But tell me how are we going to do that? We have been living on the edge for the past one year,” – middle-aged Arati Dhar said, while talking about ...
Another vessel released
AHMEDABAD: One more Indian vessel, hijacked by Somali pirates, was released on Sunday. Al Kadri, registered at Mandvi in Kutch district in Gujarat, was hijacked about a week ago with 11 crew members, while it was on its way from Dubai to ...
Sania knows the truth: Shoaib
“Family members from both sides are happy about our marriage scheduled to take place in Hyderabad on April 15”
Jayawardene century sees Kings XI Punjab through to its second win
The Sri Lankan's 59-ball 110 guides the visitors to victory with 10 balls to spare
Ayesha's father lodges complaint against Shoaib
Hyderabad: The Shoaib-Ayesha Siddiqui controversy turned murkier, with her father Mohammad Siddiqui lodging a complaint with the Banjara Hills police on Sunday evening. In his complaint, Mr. Siddiqui said Shoaib was threatening her to ...
A crucial match for both teams
Nagpur: Deccan Chargers has looked out of sorts right through its campaign in the third edition of the DLF-IPL. As a team, the last season's winner has not been able to hold its nerves in all the departments of the game against all ...
NMR trial run on April 14
It is a World Heritage site declared by UNESCO in 2005Estimated cost of restoration put at Rs.12.45 crore
Delhi Daredevils tames Royal Challengers again
Collingwood and Sangwan sparkle in victory
Sebastian Vettel wins Malaysian GP
1-2 finish for Red Bull; Sutil finishes fifth
Benazir covered up my father's murder, says Fatima Bhutto
Alleges Zardari also involved in the killing of Murtaza Bhutto
India-Bangladesh Sunderbans Ecosystem Forum to be launched
Criminal case booked against Shoaib Malik
HYDERABAD: The city police on Sunday booked a criminal case against Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik. The case under Sections 420 (cheating), 498-A (harassment) and 506 (criminal intimidation) were booked against Shoaib based on a complaint ...
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