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Red alert sounded after incident outside Jama Masjid
One more killed as CRPF opens fire in Sopore
State government trying to sabotage all-party delegation's visit: Mehbooba
Chidambaram visits victims in hospital
NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram visited the Lok Nayak Jaya Prakash Narayan Hospital on Sunday afternoon to enquire about the condition of the two Taiwanese tourists who were injured in a shooting near the Jama Masjid. Mr. ...
Blockade suspended in Manipur
IMPHAL: The indefinite blockade imposed by the United Naga Council (UNC) against Manipur from Saturday has been ‘suspended.' A UNC spokesman said the blockade was suspended because there was a glimmer of hope that the Union ...
Kanishka bomb-maker Reyat found guilty of perjury
TORONTO: Inderjit Singh Reyat, the sole person convicted in the 1985 bombing of Air India's Kanishka flight that killed 329 people, has been found guilty of perjury by a Canadian court for lying under oath during the trial of the world's ...
Prohibitory orders in U.P.
Processions and public meetings have been banned
Attack linked to Batla House encounter?
A threat purporting to be from Indian Mujahideen vows to avenge 2008 killing of 2 militants
All-party team will focus on resuming talks
NEW DELHI: An all-party delegation, led by Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram, is set to visit Jammu and Kashmir on Monday to assess the ground situation and find out ways of hitting upon that “elusive” point to restart the process ...
Bopanna is India's hero
Devvarman sets the stage for a famous win
WADA decision gives dope-accused hope
Mumbai Indians knocked out
Durban: Mumbai Indians was knocked out of the Champions League Twenty20 tournament despite its two-run win over Royal Challengers Bangalore in a group ‘B' encounter here on Sunday. Mumbai ended its tournament with two wins, the ...
Protest planned in favour of caste enumeration
Husain's works fetch Rs.11.69 crore
NEW YORK: Fifteen works of art by painter M.F. Husain, including a canvas work he gifted to Italian film director Roberto Rossellini and his Indian wife, have fetched Rs.11.69 crore at a Sotheby's auction here. The highlight of the South ...
Russian drought, Pakistan floods will impact prices: WFP official
“If countries impose export ban, import duty, there will be an inflationary trend”
Guidelines for TDR for evictees cleared
Pakistan film industry seeks Indian help
Glaciers: weaknesses in IPCC review to the fore
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