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Court Notice - Dr.P.Anu Sudha
Hours before vote, BSP comes to UPA's rescue
Indian diplomat held for ‘spying'
Madhuri Gupta arrested for leaking sensitive information to Pakistani agencies
Union Carbide followed safety norms, court told
BHOPAL: Union Carbide submitted on Tuesday that its factory in Bhopal had adhered to the safety norms and denied the charge that the company had decided to shift the “plant in bad shape” prior to the 1984 tragedy. Denying the ...
Delhi court approves CBI's clean chit to Tytler
NEW DELHI: A court here on Tuesday accepted the CBI's report that senior Congress leader Jagdish Tytler played no role in a 1984 anti-Sikh riot near a gurdwara at Pulbangash in north Delhi in the aftermath of the assassination of Prime ...
Mixed signals about India-Pakistan talks
“Scheduling of bilaterals still under way and any answer would be given after Manmohan lands in Thimphu”
Final document likely to demonstrate SAARC efficacy
THIMPHU: Bhutan, which has declined thrice to host the summit of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC), has finally decked itself up for the 16th summit beginning here on Wednesday. Though overshadowed by the ...
BSP rescue of Congress most likely a one-off act
As long as Congress was a minor player, BSP could afford periodically to dally with it
Krishna discusses settlement issue with Colombo
THIMPHU: External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna met his Sri Lankan counterpart G.L. Peiris here on Tuesday and discussed issues relating to a political settlement which ensures a “sense of participation and equality” among the ...
Partial response to strike
CHENNAI: The general strike called by the Opposition parties to highlight the spiralling prices of essential commodities “due to the wrong economic policies of the Congerss-led United Progressive Alliance government at the Centre” ...
Constable hacked to death
VIRUDHUNAGAR: A police constable, Nagarathinam (35), attached to the Sattur Taluk police station, was hacked to death near Sattur on Tuesday night. Nagarathinam, along with another policeman, was on bandobust duty at a temple function at ...
1 killed as lorry tank explodes in workshop
CHENNAI: One person died and three others were injured after the fuel tank of an old lorry exploded when it was being welded at a workshop in the congested Border Thottam area, off Anna Salai, here on Tuesday. According to police ...
Asiatic lion census at Gir completed
GANDHINAGAR: The four-day exercise to count the number of Asiatic Lions at its only abode in the Gir forest in the Saurashtra region of Gujarat, concluded on Tuesday. Officials engaged in the census, refused to be drawn into the number ...
OH! SHE DOES IT
First woman to conquer 14 peaks
Loch Ness monster existed: archive report
London: A top police officer believed that the fabled Loch Ness monster in Scotland existed “beyond doubt,” a file released from archives shows. William Fraser, the chief constable of Inverness-shire, expressed concerns about ...
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