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Geelani to parents: don't send children to school
Uttar Pradesh votes for peace on Ayodhya
Any violence will not be from our side, it has to be politically engineered, say people
CPI(M) says political exercise alone can sustain dialogue
NEW DELHI: The eight-point proposal announced by the Centre for Jammu and Kashmir is a step in the right direction. However, it is insufficient. More needs to be done to instil confidence in the people and help to restore peace and normality, ...
Sheila Dikshit, Cabinet Secretary inspect progress of Village clean-up
Snake found in athlete's room, claims South African High Commissioner
Manmohan reviews job plan for Jammu and Kashmir
Ensure that all regions of the State are adequately represented, Prime Minister tells expert group
Six more die in Uttar Pradesh
LUCKNOW: Six more persons have died in rain-related incidents in Uttar Pradesh since Saturday, taking the death toll to 392. Major rivers started receding at a number of places. Four children were drowned in Ballia, while two persons ...
India, Pakistan for talks despite differences
New York: Ahead of a possible meeting of their Foreign Ministers here, India and Pakistan have underlined that despite their differences on issues such as Kashmir and terrorism, they have no other alternative but to engage in ...
EMU services hit by cable break
CHENNAI: Suburban EMU services were disrupted for over an hour on Sunday morning after an overhead electricity cable between Chennai Egmore and Park railway stations snapped. Ten services were cancelled. Breakage of link Southern ...
Stamp, coin to mark Big Temple millennium
THANJAVUR: The curtains came down on the five-day-long millennium celebration of the Big Temple here on Sunday with Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi making a slew of announcements and the release of a special postal stamp and a five- rupee ...
Chennai Super Kings is champion
Ashwin, Muralitharan set up the victory with five for 32 off their eight overs
Pranab launches pension scheme for unorganised sector workers
‘Will help those not covered under social security scheme'
3 women chosen for Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize
New Delhi: For the first time three women figure in the list of nine scientists chosen for the prestigious Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize 2010. The awards were announced at a function to mark the foundation day of the Council of ...
Rushdie terms monarchy stupid, archaic
LONDON: Indian-origin author Salman Rushdie has termed the British monarchy and its traditions “stupid” and “archaic.” “The monarchy and its traditions are archaic… stupid... a British oddity,” ...
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