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Ayodhya: CJI to head Bench
New Delhi: Chief Justice of India S.H. Kapadia will head a three-judge Bench to hear the Ayodhya dispute case in the Supreme Court on Tuesday. On September 23 the Supreme Court by an interim order, stayed the pronouncement of verdict by the ...
Omar welcomes Centre's formula
Terming it eye-wash, Geelani says India is adopting time-buying tactics
Package may include release of stone-pelters
SRINAGAR: A total of 265 youth are in jail after being booked as stone-pelters since June last year. In addition, over 100 political activists have also been arrested during the three months of turmoil, which saw widespread violence claiming ...
Chidambaram yet to get accreditation card
NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram, who is the head of the police forces that provide security cover for the Commonwealth Games, said on Saturday that he had not received an accreditation card yet for the event. “I don't ...
Advani “surprised” at deferment of verdict
“None of the litigant parties wanted a further deferment and the people were anxiously awaiting the judgment”
The good, the bad, the ugly: facts about cholesterol
It is often said that the tongue knows not what cholesterol can do to the heart. The high rates of death from heart attack testify to this. Lipid (fat) measurement is important to predict and help prevent heart attacks. Blood lipids are ...
1,000 dancers pay tribute to Big Temple
THANJAVUR: The 1,000-year-old Big Temple, built by the emperor Rajaraja Chola in Thanjavur and regarded as an architectural wonder, was the venue of a spectacular Bharatanatyam performance on Saturday. As the highlight of the millennium ...
Ten tips for a healthy heart
• Avoid excessive dietary fats, particularly saturated fats. Avoid fast food, meat, beef, pork, crab, prawns, egg yolk, and deep fried food. It is best to restrict these from a young age • Maintain ideal body ...
Actor Lindsay Lohan out of jail on bail
LOS ANGELES: U.S. starlet Lindsay Lohan has bailed out of jail where she spent only about 15 hours for failing another court-ordered drug test, a celebrity website reported. The 24-year-old was led from a court in handcuffs on Friday ...
Indoctrination into terror network a slow process: ATS
PUNE: Interrogation in the German Bakery blast case is in full swing after the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) arrested prime accused Mirza Himayat Inayat Baig on September 8. Apart from the ATS squads in Mumbai and Pune, units in ...
CPI activists in Chhattisgarh being targeted, says D. Raja
NEW DELHI: Communist Party of India national secretary D. Raja will tour Dantewada and Jagdalpur in Chhattisgarh where the police are targeting his party cadres in the name of combating Maoists. Besides interacting with key CPI ...
Rousing welcome for Mary Kom
IMPHAL: The people and the government of Manipur gave a rousing welcome to M.C. Mary Kom, the five-time world boxing champion, when she arrived here on Saturday. During the reception function held at the Khuman Lampak sports complex, ...
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