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Exchanges not suspended: China
BEIJING: China's Defence Ministry on Saturday said defence exchanges with India were not suspended in the wake of the visa row, adding that India had not notified China of any decision to stop military exchanges. On Friday, Indian ...
Asiya Andrabi arrested
SRINAGAR: In a big jolt to the hardline separatist camp, police on Saturday arrested one of the two most wanted leaders: Asiya Andrabi, head of the Dukhtaran-e-Millat (DeM), a radical women's organisation. Her close associate Fahmida Sofi has ...
India evaluating Chinese stand
“Defence exchanges put on hold from our side”
Indigo flight suffers bird-hit
BHUBANESWAR: Passengers of a Delhi-bound Indigo flight had a narrow escape when the aircraft suffered a bird-hit during take-off at the Biju Patnaik Airport here on Saturday and made an emergency landing. All the 154 passengers and crew ...
Elections are round the corner, says Karunanidhi
CHENNAI: The State is to face election very shortly, Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi said on Saturday. Under such circumstances, certain Opposition parties might be out to damage the image of the government and level baseless allegations ...
India's flood relief through U.N.
NEW DELHI/ ISLAMABAD: New Delhi has accepted Islamabad's suggestion to route its offer of $5 million in relief materials for flood victims through the United Nations system. This suggestion was officially made on Friday evening when Deputy ...
Sri Lanka proves too hot for India in summit clash
Dilshan delivers on the big occasion for the host; Indian bowlers, barring Munaf, disappoint
Jet pilot, crew suspended
MUMBAI: A preliminary probe by the Directorate-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) into Friday's fire emergency incident on a Jet Airways flight pointed to “serious procedural lapses in dealing with the emergency and evacuation ...
Pawar backs Navi Mumbai site for new airport
“Agencies' reports favour it over Kalyan as suitable location”
China to fund gallery at Tagore House
Railway projects will generate 10 lakh jobs for youth: Mamata
KOLKATA: Railway Minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee assured the youth of West Bengal here on Saturday that they would get sufficient job opportunities if her party came to power in the State. Ms. Banerjee also said ...
USAID chief left Pakistan relief camp following threats
WASHINGTON: Rajiv Shah, chief of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), has said that he had to leave a relief camp in flood-hit Pakistan in a hurry after being threatened by extremist elements. Mr. Shah was the ...
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