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‘Armed Forces Act is not the single-point agenda'
Mehbooba to attend meeting
SRINAGAR: President of the People's Democratic Party (PDP) Mehbooba Mufti will lead a three-member delegation to attend the all-party meeting convened by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday to discuss the crisis in ...
National Conference panel discusses strategy
NEW DELHI/SRINAGAR: Barring minor clashes which left three people injured, Jammu and Kashmir saw little violence on Tuesday — a day after murderous violence sparked by reports of the desecration of the Holy Koran in New York led to the ...
Jats defer agitation, says Hooda
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Tuesday claimed that following negotiations by his government, the All-India Jat Aarakshan Sangarsh Samiti deferred its ongoing agitation seeking reservation in government jobs and ...
Omar to skip all-party meeting
‘Party will not keep mum if decision is averse to our demands'
Arjun Munda wins trust vote
RANCHI: Jharkhand Chief Minister Arjun Munda, heading a BJP-led coalition government, won the trust vote in the Assembly on Tuesday, three days after he was sworn in. He secured 45 votes, and 30 members voted against the ...
Sohrabuddin case witness shot at, injured
AHMEDABAD: Mohammad Azam Khan, an accomplice of Sohrabuddin Sheikh and Tulsiram Prajapati and the Central Bureau of Investigation's prime witness in the Sohrabuddin Sheikh–Kausar Bi murder case, was injured when he was shot by two ...
Pakistan calls for restraint
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Tuesday urged India to abandon its policy of “violence'' against the people of Kashmir and “procrastination” on their demand for self-determination. Instead of using force, India should exercise ...
Case filed against NC leader
SRINAGAR: The police have registered a case against a National Conference (NC) leader from Tangmarg on the charge of inciting violence in the town on Monday. The violence resulted in the death of five persons. In acts of arson, several ...
Anti-trafficking aid to India drops
Washington: The United States' support to India and other countries for the purpose of combating the trafficking in persons (TIP) has dropped from its highs in 2004 and 2005, a recent report has revealed. A Congressional Research Service ...
It's a special feeling, says Sushil
The World champion gets a rousing reception on his arrival
Cambodia seeks continued assistance from India
Phnom Penh: Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, who called on President Pratibha Patil on Monday, said Cambodia looked forward to continued assistance from India on providing lines of credit, particularly for agriculture that remains a priority ...
Relentless Nadal completes career Grand Slam
The champion has all the capabilities to be the greatest ever, says Djokovic
Fee structure of private schools in State stayed
Public libraries get a big push
The government is improving infrastructural facilities in the 4,028 libraries in the State
Two cubs still missing after fighting between relocated tigers in Panna
NEW DELHI: Two fighting big cats, one wounded tigress, and two missing cubs at the Panna reserve have raised questions about some aspects of the tiger relocation programme – and the level up to which concerned humans can interfere in ...
A fun-filled, tastefully designed zone for tiny tots
The children's section enables them to browse without adults' help
Pioneering facilities for the visually challenged
The Braille section of the Anna Centenary Library to be opened soon will help people with visual impairment access books. “This is one of the first public libraries in India to have these facilities introduced for the visually ...
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