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New wave of violence sparked by desecration of the Holy Koran in New York
CCS convenes all-party meet on Wednesday
NEW DELHI: A crucial meeting of the high-level Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) on Monday put on hold any decision on the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act (AFSPA) . It also and decided to convene an all-party meeting on Wednesday to ...
Maoist bandh claims eight lives
RAIPUR/JHARGRAM/RANCHI: A two-day bandh called by Maoists in six States, demanding a probe into the death of one of their leaders, began on a violent note on Monday. Maoists killed two policemen in Chhattisgarh, five CPI(M) supporters in West ...
Flights to Srinagar suspended
SRINAGAR: All flights to and from Srinagar have been suspended for three days because of the unrest in the Kashmir Valley. The decision was made on after a security review which concluded that ferrying the airport staff and passengers to ...
J&K government bans TV channel, appeals for calm
Cabinet condemns desecration of Holy Koran, sees a conspiracy
Central team to visit Leh
NEW DELHI: A 10-member Central team, comprising officials from various ministries, will visit Leh and Ladakh to assess the damage caused by cloud burst and torrential rains. The team has been formed by drawing officials from the ...
What Rahul's West Bengal visit could mean
It is expected to give the much-needed fillip to the Congress party
Filmmaker Vijay Kumar leaving for India
Sushil Kumar on top of the world
The first Indian to bag Olympic and World championship medals
Woman, 2 children charred to death
CHENNAI: A woman and her two children in Ennore were charred to death in a fire that engulfed their house on Monday afternoon. Police are investigating whether it was an accident or a case of immolation. Ennore police identified the dead ...
Interim order on bandh still in force: court
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday made it clear that its interim order passed in September 2007 restraining the DMK and some other political parties from organising a bandh in Tamil Nadu will continue to remain in force. A Bench of ...
Naidu faces violent protests
HYDERABAD: TDP president N. Chandrababu Naidu faced a series of angry and violent protests by TRS and BJP activists on Monday as he forayed into Mahabubnagar in Telangana to highlight the problem of acute shortage of fertilizers in the ...
Dabbawallahs become multi-skilled
They are learning English, basic computing to improve business prospects
Documentary to aid anti-tobacco campaign ready
KOCHI: The story, in visual form, of a sustained campaign by a legal luminary against the corrosive effects of tobacco is ready for release. ‘Battling the Epidemic,' a 26-minute documentary produced in electronic formats under the ...
They pick up English as they carry lunch
Mumbai's dabbawallahs are also learning basic computing skills
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