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U.S. pushed for Pasha's India visit
‘Will show seriousness of Islamabad's intent to cooperate in 26/11 investigation'
‘We have some contacts with bad guys and perhaps one of them did it'
Pakistan's National Security Adviser to the Prime Minister, Mahmud Ali Durrani, on the 2008 bombing of the Indian Embassy in Kabul
‘If Mumbai attack suspects in Pakistan are freed, India is at fault'
CHENNAI: United States officials were worried about the possibility that the top three Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants arrested by Pakistan in connection with the 26/11 Mumbai attacks could be acquitted and let free by the court for want of ...
U.S. feared LeT attack in India in mid-2009; warned Pakistan
CHENNAI: In June 2009, the United States had “credible reports” that the Lashkar-e-Taiba was planning another attack in India and asked Pakistan to disrupt those plans. The U.S. also warned that if such an attack happened, it could ...
It was Shahbaz vs. Malik in court, while Hafiz Saeed walked free
CHENNAI: The Chief Minister of Pakistan's Punjab province and the federal Interior Minister blamed each other for jeopardising appeals filed by the government before the Supreme Court against the June 2009 Lahore High Court order releasing ...
After Mumbai attacks, U.S. initiated steps to help Pakistan military address ‘conventional disadvantage' against India
NEW DELHI: Less than a year after the Mumbai terrorist attacks, the United States Mission in Islamabad urged Washington to commit $2 billion over a five-year period beginning April 2011 to enable the Pakistan military to address, among other ...
Another goof-up in list given to Pakistan
Rashid Khan is lodged in Mumbai jail
Will prove innocence, says Strauss-Kahn
Lipsky is acting IMF chief
CBI sends valid arrest warrant against Davy to Copenhagen
Warrant issued by a special court in Kolkata last year expired in January
A. Raja on Time list of ‘ignominious club of leaders who stepped too far'
New York: The former Telecom Minister, A. Raja, in jail in connection with the 2G spectrum allocation scam, has earned the dubious distinction of figuring in the list of Time magazine's “an ignominious club of privileged leaders who ...
Poverty, caste and religion to be simultaneously mapped for census
Government has redefined what constitutes poverty
Second goof-up: CBI cracks the whip
Suspends inspector, transfers SP, DSP after ‘fugitive' on list is found in Mumbai Arthur Road Jail
Chidambaram must quit: BJP
NEW DELHI: The errors in the list of India's “most wanted” sent to Pakistan soon after the killing of al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden were on Thursday cited by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to demand the resignation of Home ...
Ultimatum to Bhardwaj
BANGALORE: The confrontation between Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa and Governor H.R. Bhardwaj has resurfaced, a day after the two met here and patched up their differences. Following the non-receipt of reply to a Cabinet ...
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
No breaching Super Kings' castle
The defending champion books a place in the play-offs
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
Mumbai Indians looks for a crucial win
Mumbai: On the eve of the match against Deccan Chargers, Mumbai Indians mentor Shaun Pollock looked puzzled when a question was shot at him suggesting the certainty of his team advancing to the play-offs of the DLF-IPL-IV. The former ...
31 Myanmarese ‘freedom fighters' released
KOLKATA: Thirty-one Arakanese and Karen ‘freedom fighters' from Myanmar were released from the Alipore Presidency Correctional Home here on Thursday, having been detained for more than 13 years on the charge of waging war against ...
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
Knight Riders canters to a win
Gambhir and Yusuf help the visitor chase down a small target
South hogs limelight at 58th National Film Awards
12 awards for Tamil films, Malayalam film Adaminte Makan Abu bags four
Rajinikanth put on dialysis, doing well
Fluid overload necessitated advanced treatment: Dr. Thanikachalam
GSAT-8 launch on May 21
Top U.K. award for Indian doctors
CHENNAI: Two teams of medical professionals from India were awarded top honours at the British Medical Journal Group Awards distributed on Wednesday. The award for ‘Medical Team in a Crisis Zone' went to ‘Doctors for You' for ...
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