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13 dead in clashes with Mubarak supporters; Prime Minister apologises for attack on peaceful demonstrators
Five-day CBI custody for Raja
NEW DELHI: A court here on Thursday gave the Central Bureau of Investigation five-day custody of the former Telecommunications Minister, A. Raja; his former private secretary, R.K. Chandolia; and the former Secretary in the Telecommunications ...
AK-47 seized on leads given by Maoists held in Trinamool camp
KOLKATA: The police claimed to have recovered on Thursday a sophisticated firearm and several rounds of ammunition and explosives from Kanyabali village in West Bengal's Paschim Medinipur district based on information provided by two suspected ...
EC to Assam: execute 14,000 pending warrants
GUWAHATI: The Election Commission has asked the Assam government to immediately execute 14,000 non-bailable warrants that are still pending and seize all unlicensed arms through smart intelligence gathering and raids to ensure peaceful ...
The Battle for Egypt
Vicious battles rage between thugs unleashed by the government and pro-democracy activists
Karunanidhi defends Raja, says party a ‘little rattled'
CHENNAI: Alluding to the arrest of Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam propaganda secretary and former Communications Minister A. Raja in the 2G spectrum allocation case, party president and Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi acknowledged on Thursday that ...
Karzai, Manmohan discuss wide-ranging issues
NEW DELHI: Visiting Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai held talks on several subjects with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh here on Thursday. “Generally everything was discussed. All issues, economical and political, were discussed,” ...
Government softening on JPC?
Jairam ready to fight States for wetland protection
BHARATPUR (Rajasthan): Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh is prepared to go on the warpath yet again. His latest battleground: the endangered wetlands. Over the next few months, he intends working proactively and aggressively with States ...
Pinarayi case for another Bench as Justice Raveendran opts out
CPI(M) leader challenges sanction for prosecution
Centre plans website for Indians studying abroad
NEW DELHI: Concerned over the fate of Indian students who were enrolled in the now-derecognised Tri-Valley University (TVU) in the United States, the Human Resource Development Ministry has asked Educational Consultants India Limited (EdCIL) ...
A musical tribute to the Master
Pune: Pandit Bhimsen Joshi passed away ten days back, leaving a void in the country's music community. On Thursday, more than 40 artistes united to pay tribute to the Master, in the only way possible: through music. The day-long ‘Swara ...
IIM-A ranked 11th among global business schools
NEW DELHI: The Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, has been placed 11th in The Financial Times Global MBA Ranking of the world's top 100 business schools in 2011. This debutant showing of the institute's postgraduate programme in ...
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