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US plane slips off aircraft carrier during landing
April 1, 2003
An American warplane veered off the USS Constellation's
deck and slipped into the water during landing on Tuesday ...
Indian's Bangkok-Kolkata flight postponed
January 4, 2006
The Indian, formerly Indian Airlines, postponed its
from Bangkok to the city on Tuesday evening due to some techn ...
PM Deuba comes under fire from party
January 3, 2005
Members criticised Deuba for failing to narrow the gap between the party cadres and the ministers because of ?inefficien ...
Explosions rock Nepal as ceasefire ends
January 3, 2006
The explosions took place just hours after the four-month ceasefire was called off. No casualties were reported.
Nepal king on three-week tour as ceasefire ends
January 2, 2006
With a four-month ceasefire called by Maoists coming to a close, King Gyanendra continued to turn a deaf ear to pleading ...
US concerned over resumption of Nepal insurgency
January 4, 2006
The United States has expressed concern over the resumption of an insurgency in
, urging Maoist rebels to abandon v ...
Annan presses Nepal to match rebel ceasefire
December 31, 2005
Annan also called on the rebels to extend the unilateral ceasefire they put in place four months ago, which is due to ex ...
15 pilgrims injured in accident in Nepal
January 1, 2006
At least 15 Hindu pilgrims were injured when the jeep they were travelling in skidded off in
Leaders begin arriving in Islamabad for SAARC Summit
January 3, 2004
Prime Ministers of
and Bhutan, Surya Bahadur Thapa and Lyonbo Jigmi Thilley were among the first to arrive.
Nepal begins testing soft drinks for hazardous ingredients
August 12, 2003
has begun testing five major soft drinks for hazardous ingredients following claims in India that they are contami ...
Europe rolls out red carpet for Indian IT firms
November 2, 2003
European trade missions want Indian firms to open offices in their countries to arrest
Flight With Birdy
August 29, 2005
This book is a wonderful presentation that blends reality with fantasy, writes Yojana Sharma.
Moderate intensity quake at Sikkim-Nepal border
March 27, 2005
The tremor, measuring 5.1 on the Richter scale, was recorded at 2.02 am and was epicentred at 27.7 degrees North latitud ...
Monsoons hit South Asia, 180 dead, 400,000 homeless
July 11, 2003
Monsoon rains have killed more than 180 people and forced about 400,000 from their homes in eastern India,
and Ban ...
Skipper in good form on domestic front
December 2, 2003
The reception, on landing at Brisbane early in the morning after an eight-hour
from Kuala Lumpur, could not have ...
Ugly review: Anurag Kashyap's best movie shows mirror to human follies
Travellers' paradise: Top 20 destinations Indians loved in 2014
Egypt bans Christian Bale-starrer Exodus, calls it historically inaccurate
Viral video: Gujarat cop in uniform dances with bar girl, gets suspended
Salman Khan: The Bollywood brat who finally re-branded himself
Bigg Boss 8: Now Karishma Tanna trains her guns on Gautam Gulati
J-K, Jharkhand poll results: BJP wins one, and a half
Results in, guessing game begins in J-K
In pics: Massive 27-car pile-up on Yamuna Expressway, 2 killed
Assam killings take on ethnic hue: Over 70 killed in Bodo attacks, 250 missing
J-K: PDP says 'options open' on forming govt, Article 370 and AFSPA issues non-negotiable
Assam violence: Army chief visits state, border security stepped up
Sony hacking row: Now, North Korea compares US prez Obama to monkey
Pakistan army kills 55 militants near Afghan border in fresh assault
Sun TV network’s top official held for ‘harassment’
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