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Pakistan may get pass even as ENR rules tighten
India shifts from ‘accusatory' to ‘exploratory' mode
Pakistan can build trust by accepting progress made on back channel
Alleged killers of Indian engineer held
WASHINGTON: Five persons who allegedly killed an Indian software engineer in the U.S. have been arrested at a motel near Detroit. Venkata Subba Reddy Cuttamanchi, 35, a native of Chittoor in Andhra Pradesh, was robbed and shot dead on ...
Centre to pay Rs. 250 crore to clean up toxic waste in Bhopal
GoM meet focuses on environmental aspects of the gas disaster
Srinagar on the boil as youth is killed in police firing
Protesters turn violent, say police; Geelani detained as Hurriyat calls for bandh on Monday
Rainfall impacts of climate warming to persist
Prime accused held in train derailment case
KOLKATA: The police on Sunday arrested Bapi Mahato, one of the main accused in the May 28 Jnaneswari Express derailment case, in Jamshedpur. This is the fifth arrest in the case. Mr. Mahato, who is a member of the Maoist-backed Police ...
Saina clinches Singapore Open title
Singapore: Indian badminton ace Saina Nehwal clinched the second Super Series title of her career by winning the Singapore Open with a straight-game win over qualifier Tzu Ying Tai in the final here on Sunday. Top-seeded Saina took just ...
Chief Minister's response to statement on Sri Lankan Tamils
CHENNAI: Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi on Saturday said he had no difference of opinion with the proposition that the organisers of the Classical Tamil Conference in Coimbatore had the responsibility of securing justice for the Sri Lankan ...
Inclusion of new areas in digital mapping under study
CHENNAI: Even as the Chennai Corporation is taking measures on digital mapping of the city to develop a Geographical Information System (GIS), the civic body is considering expanding the initiative to include localities that would be part of ...
“Sad” editing ruined Abhishek's role, tweets Amitabh
Audience the ultimate judge, says Vikram; director's prerogative cannot be questioned, says Sivan
Sankaracharya, Muslim leaders emphasise communal harmony
‘Hindus, Muslims are like brothers and should stand united'
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