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This man has lost the right of humanitarian treatment: judge Tahaliyani
Shah Faesal is first Kashmiri to top civil services exam
NEW DELHI: Transforming a hurdle into an opportunity, Dr. Shah Faesal coped with personal tragedy to become the first from Kashmir to top the Union Public Service Commission 2009 examinations. The untimely death of his father in 2002 at ...
Verdict a message to Pakistan and terrorists, says Moily
New Delhi: Union Law Minister M. Veerappa Moily on Thursday said the verdict in the 26/11 case was a message to Pakistan that it cannot meddle in India's affairs and to terrorists that they would face the same fate as Mohammad Ajmal Amir ...
Court won't stop admissions to deemed varsities
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday declined to restrain the 44 deemed universities recommended by the Tandon Committee to be de-recognised, from making fresh admissions for the academic year 2010-2011. A Bench of Justice Dalveer ...
At NGOs' instance, Muivah puts off visit to ancestral village
3 killed in stampede as police fire teargas to disperse restive, waiting crowd
Nothing unconstitutional about MPLAD scheme, rules Supreme Court
Mere allegation of misuse of funds by some MPs in itself may not be a ground for scrapping it
I did not put any restriction and he did whatever he wanted to do: mother
Kashmir Valley erupts in celebration as news of Faesal's feat spread
Long hours, time management did the trick
Second time lucky IITian attracted by greater job satisfaction and chance for public service
No chance of reformation of such a person: judge
“He was anxious to attack India. He asked the wanted accused [of Lashkar] why there was a delay”
Krishna sets the ball rolling on dialogue
He will speak to Shah Mehmood Qureshi soon
U.K. elections on a knife edge
Millions of undecided voters hold the fate of leaders
‘Faisal arrest in United States vindicates India's stand'
NEW DELHI: The arrest of a Pakistan-origin person in the New York car bomb attack bid vindicated India's stand that Pakistan is the epicentre of all terrorist activities. This was stated by External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna while ...
India plays Australia in a crucial Super Eights clash
Bridgetown: The ball flew around at the Kensington Oval on Wednesday. There was good carry for the pacemen and the bounce assisted the spin bowlers too. This suggests strong back-footed players who can unleash the horizontal bat shots and ...
Karunanidhi rules out hike in power tariff
Pietersen stars in England's easy win
Flurry of wickets after a brisk start and poor catching do Pakistan in
Sand artist Pattnaik wins gold in Russia
At the second World Sand Sculpture Championship
India barely escapes embarrassment against China
Ipoh: Surviving plenty of embarrassing moments and with defeat looming large by the second, India managed a pathetic 1-1 verdict against China, the equaliser from rookie Ravi Pal coming 17 seconds before the hooter in the Azlan Shah hockey ...
India Post is on Twitter
First government organisation to be on the site
Google enters digital book war
Tagore's school to celebrate birth anniversary
Poet penned down memories of time spent at St. Xavier's School
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