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Signs of rebel casualties: DIG
India “saved” China from isolation at Copenhagen: Jairam
Hits out at criticism from West on China, India “blocking” climate deal
Tanker with 19 Indians hijacked
NAIROBI: Somali pirates, armed with rocket-propelled grenades and automatic guns, hijacked a chemical tanker off East Africa with 22 crew members, mostly Indians, the European Union naval force said on Sunday. Cmdr John Harbour of the ...
Rana to appear before court
CHICAGO: Pakistani-Canadian terror suspect Tahawwur Hussain Rana, who is under investigation for his role in the Mumbai attacks of 2008, has stuck to his ‘not guilty' plea to the terror charges. He will appear before a court here on May ...
‘Tagore found painting to be another open medium for his creative mind'
Manmohan inaugurates exhibition of paintings of the Nobel laureate
Helicopter services in Ooty soon
Udhagamandalam: Helicopter services are likely to be introduced in this holiday destination soon. This was announced by Khadi Board Minister K. Ramachandran, who was addressing the valedictory function of the two-day 9th Rose Show organised by ...
Two Hizb militants killed in J&K
JAMMU: Two Hizb-ul Mujahideen militants, one of them a self-styled district commander, were killed in a gun-battle with security forces in Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir, the police said on Sunday. On a tip-off that some militants ...
Tsunami alert issued, withdrawn
CHENNAI: State officials issued a tsunami alert along the coast on Sunday after an earthquake off the Indonesian coast in the morning, but withdrew it later in the day. Fishermen were advised not to put out to sea and police cleared the ...
India on the brink of elemination
Gayle leads from the front for the host; poor batting costs India dear
25 killed in U.S. drone attack in Pakistan
Peshawar: Twenty-five people, including 21 militants, were killed in Pakistan's northwest where a U.S. drone targeted insurgent hideouts and the military stepped up ground attacks on militants in the region today. Ten people, including ...
Rich lists do not matter to me: Mittal
New Delhi:Numerous rankings of the rich frequently brought out by publications such as Forbesand The Sunday Timesdo not matter to steel magnate Lakshmi Niwas Mittal, a permanent fixture on such charts. “For me, this is not the news ...
Zakir Hussain performs in Melbourne
Melbourne: The east and the west met in a musical harmony when Indian tabla virtuoso Zakir Hussain played the ‘ Sangam' along with American saxophonist Charles Lloyd and drummer Eric Harland at the Melbourne Jazz Festival here. The ...
On rivers and glaciers, India, China walk on thin ice
Brahmaputra diversion unacceptable, says Jairam in China
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