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Balochistan heads for human rights crisis
January 3, 2006
It seems another bloody year replete with violence awaits the region itching to break free from Islamabad's control.
Koenigs is new UN special envoy for Kabul
January 4, 2006
Tom Koenigs, who serves as a commissioner for human
policy in Germany, succeeds Jean Arnault of France.
Big Boys play with millions
February 18, 2006
THE GREATEST story ever told in Indian sport might be about the greatest amount ever sold. Such is the magnitude of what ...
SL Muslim group warns of arms struggle
February 19, 2006
He said that CFA put Muslims at on the backfoot, a position they did not suffer from before, writes PK Balachandran.
Fur flies as sultry activists bare skin
January 7, 2005
activists stripped down in freezing weather to try to save the hides of animals.
April 19, 2004
Working as an educationalist in Assam, her campaigning for women's
have also lead to her political arrest.
March 24, 2004
The writer is working on ActionAid India's project with Musahar community in Maharajganj district of Eastern Uttar Prade ...
Thousands find names missing from voters' list
April 20, 2004
A former CM, his wife and several prominent personalities are among thousands of voters who were deprived of their votin ...
Women groups say it's not fair
April 19, 2004
Calling political parties hypocritical, women
groups have demanded more representation for women candidates in th ...
Will conversion of LoC into Intl border solve Kashmir issue?
September 16, 2002
Who is right - Musharraf or Vajpayee? - "Musharraf's views on J&K are based on facts already acknowledged by the ...
January 26, 2003
Today?s the Niwasi Bharatiya Diwas. The PIOs may have been given dual citizenship, but we POIs are poised to demand much ...
J&K polls: A disappointment or a call for peace?
September 18, 2002
Are elections in J&K a rebuff to separatists or a farce?: There was a considerable enthusiasm among Kashmiri peop ...
Jailed Chinese doctor gets AIDS-fighting prize
September 13, 2002
A Chinese doctor imprisoned for exposing his government's efforts to cover up an AIDS infection scandal was on Thursday ...
FDCI takes up labour rights cause
July 24, 2003
After rescuing 13 young boys from forced labour, the Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) is starting a major campaign ...
'No expansion in a hurry'
November 19, 2003
S.K. Singh, former Foreign Secretary of India and also India's representative at the UN on the ECOSOC, Human Righ ...
Asian Games: Indian women win bronze in 25m pistol event, but cyclists disappoint
Bigg Boss 8 starts with a bang, expect more fun this time
Second apparent leak of hacked celebrity nude pictures: US media
Actor Shashi Kapoor hospitalised due to chest infection
Africa, Oceania eager to join Asian Games; event to get bigger
Movie review: Fawad Khan, Kirron Kher impress but fail to save Khoobsurat
Better Together with UK: Scotland votes against independence
$100bn to $20bn: What missing billions say about Sino-India ties
Delhi: 2 held for raping woman in moving car
Movie review: Daawat-e-Ishq is a delicious invite you shouldn't say no to
Crucial ‘wake-up’ call for Isro's Mangalyaan today ahead of entry into Mars orbit
BJP rejects Sena's 'final' offer, Amit Shah urges Uddhav not to break ties
RSS rewrites history: Dalits 'created' by Muslim invaders
Nadal out, Swiss great Federer may play in Bhupathi's tennis league
India, US work on WTO deal ahead of Modi visit
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