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U.S. and U.K. diplomats warn of terrorists getting hold of fissile material and of Pakistan-India nuclear exchange
Supreme Court seeks Centre's stand on plea for preserving tapes
Counsel fears they will be destroyed or will disappear
All-party meet fails to break deadlock
Non-Congress, non-BJP parties seek President's intervention
Houses of four Kalmadi aides searched
NEW DELHI: Widening the scope of its probe into the allegations of irregularities in the Commonwealth Games, the Central Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday carried out searches on 11 premises here, including the houses of four aides of CWG ...
Supreme Court notice to Yeddyurappa, Speaker
Speaker's order perverse: disqualified BJP MLAs
Scam-struck BJP takes it out on Gowda
BANGALORE: The Bharatiya Janata Party government and Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa in particular are going all out to root out the Janata Dal (Secular) from Karnataka, they having been rattled by its consistently highlighting what has been ...
Steady progress in border talks: Menon
India and China discuss resuming defence exchanges, suspended after stapled visa row
On opening day, ‘Cancun can' is the buzzword
CANCUN: The opening day of the U.N. climate change conference on Monday laid great emphasis on achieving a package of decisions at the end of the 10-day deliberations. “Cancun can,” quipped Danish Minister for Climate Change Lykke ...
“We can cut emissions and still grow productively”
CANCUN: Mexican President Felipe Calderon opened the United Nations climate change conference here on Monday with a fervent plea to all nations to set aside differences and find a mechanism to fight climate change and poverty. Nearly 200 ...
TAPI gas pipeline project poised for breakthrough
DUBAI: The long-awaited Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan- India (TAPI) gas pipeline project is heading for a breakthrough during a proposed four nation summit at Ashgabat in Turkmenistan next month, a senior Afghan Minister has ...
Most parties demand one-day Assembly poll
Tributes paid to Nirmal Pandey, Vishnuvardhan
“Niyamgiri You Are Still Alive,” “Kaippad” share award
Short films play an important role in dissemination of information: Vijay Mallya
Mira Nair plans to return to India
PANAJI: Renowned United States-based filmmaker Mira Nair is planning to return to India and, looks forward to contributing in imparting training to the upcoming filmmakers in the country for making cinema better and rich. The 41st ...
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