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THE INDIA CABLES
A pink box that India would not give to FBI
CHENNAI: United States officials believed that a pink foam-covered box found at one of the 26/11 Mumbai attack sites was crucial to proving the Pakistani links to the attacks, but complained that India was “not forthcoming” about ...

India hangs up on hotline to Pentagon
NEW DELHI: One metric in the Pentagon's quest for a deeper military-to-military engagement with countries is their willingness to post permanent “liaison officers” at the headquarters of specified U.S. command centres. India is ...

Status of Forces Agreement, not so near
‘Don't push for immunity for U.S. personnel right now,' India told U.S.

A community scared of both Muslim and Hindu extremists
A 2006 cable talks about the Muslims of north India being nervous and fearful after the serial train blasts in Mumbai

Why India stopped 2005 Dhaka SAARC summit
“Sustained anti-India sentiment”: MEA complaint to U.S. officials

India-Pakistan talks begin on a positive note
Progress made in the right direction: G.K. Pillai

Timely opportunity, says Gilani
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani on Monday billed the Premier-level engagement with India in Mohali, along the sidelines of the India-Pakistan semi-final match of the cricket World Cup, as a timely opportunity to show ...

Dinner diplomacy at Mohali
NEW DELHI: The much-anticipated summit meeting between the Prime Ministers of India and Pakistan will take place over an early dinner on Wednesday, said government sources. After watching the India-Pakistan Cricket World Cup semi-final ...

Writ plea against EC treated as closed
CHENNAI: The Madras High Court on Monday treated as closed a writ petition taken up suo motu by the court on March 23 on a news item relating to the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister's statement that the Election Commission (EC) has imposed ...

“No objection to India inviting Gilani”


Somalia promises all help to get 53 Indians freed from pirates
NEW DELHI: Somalia has promised all possible assistance to get 53 Indians freed from pirates, External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna said here on Monday. India, in return, had offered help to implement job-generating projects to tackle piracy, ...

Techie held for selling Rs.250 ticket for Rs.24,000
CHANDIGARH: The Cyber Crime Investigation Cell of the Chandigarh Police on Saturday night arrested a software engineer, who was inviting bids for his tickets on eBay for the ICC cricket World Cup semifinal match at Mohali at 100 times the ...

ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS 2011
Tamil Nadu: the local vs. the general
It is the small details that will make up the big picture in the State, says SURESH NAMBATH

ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS 2011
92 not out: a force called K.R. Gouri
This is Kunjamma's 17th election — three of them took place before Kerala was born

ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS 2011
The battle for minority support
Both fronts are aggressively wooing the Muslim community, which holds the balance in West Bengal, says ANANYA DUTTAPOLL THEMETHE MUSLIM VOTE

ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS 2011
Quest for star power
Ever since the iconic M.G. Ramachandaran (MGR) broke away from it, the DMK has fretted about not having ‘star value' in its ranks. DMK leader and Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi tried promoting his son Mu.Ka. Muthu, but it didn't work. ...

ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS 2011
‘Only a regional party can solve Assam's problems'
As a student, he led one of the most powerful mass movements in India — the six-year-long anti-foreigners movement in Assam from 1979 to 1985. Prafulla Kumar Mahanta went on to become the youngest ever Chief Minister in India at the age ...

ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS 2011
POCKET WATCH Surendra


ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS 2011
POLL POURRI
Grey or black? It is literally a ‘hair-splitting' choice for voters in West Bengal's Howrah Central Assembly segment between the candidates of the Communist party of India (Marxist) and the Trinamool Congress. Bearing the same name ...

ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2011
Both teams could take calculated risks
Shoaib Akhtar is capable of adding teeth to the Pakistan attack

ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS 2011
SOUND BYTES
Tarun Gogoi is Assam’s Lalu Prasad. Instead of taking lessons from the developed States, Mr. Gogoi, like Lalu Prasad, used the reverse gear to push Assam backward. Shahnawaz Hussain BJP ...

ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2011
Enthralling encounters and exciting finishes
NEW DELHI: Without doubt, nothing gives the majority of Indian fans more joy than the country's conquests over Pakistan. The two former Worldchampions have fought several enthralling battles and given immense joy, by turns, to their fanatic ...

ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2011
Sri Lanka has history and momentum in its favour
New Zealand will look to buck the odds and upset the host's applecart

Riots cannot be justified, but no question of apology: Advani
MUMBAI: Bharatiya Janata Party leader L.K. Advani on Monday offered no clear-cut apology for the 2002 Gujarat riots, but said communal riots cannot be justified under any circumstances. On whether the BJP regrets the riots and is willing to ...

The tiger census counts 1,706; finds 12 per cent growth
NEW DELHI: There is reason for tiger enthusiasts to celebrate: India's wild tiger population has grown 12 per cent in the last four years. According to the 2010 tiger census, whose results were declared on Monday, there are approximately ...

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