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'Revoking AFSPA will aid Kashmir terror groups'
January 1, 2012
Indian Army chief Gen VK Singh has opposed the withdrawal of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) from parts of J ...
Man allegedly set afire by Delhi cops dies
November 13, 2013
A south Delhi resident, who was set allegedly afire by two policemen after he intervened in a confrontation between them ...
Sikhs in Canadian raspberry farms
July 17, 2007
Many Sikhs and Mexicans are being employed in raspberry
across Canada where they earn $8 an hour.
Israeli planes violate Lebanese air space
December 28, 2008
The Lebanese army says that four Israeli warplanes violated the country's airspace and flew for more than an hour over L ...
Farmers'outfit pins hope on Maya
May 12, 2007
Farmers hope that the Mayawati Govt will cancel the proposed hi-tech city project in the interest of the farmers, report ...
Dadar villagers to SEZ it up themselves
October 2, 2007
About 550 families in the village with
averaging two acres have signed up for Kalbhairav’s proposed project, repor ...
Himachal farmers are gunning for monkeys
July 18, 2007
Fed up with the damage done to their
by monkeys, farmers in Himachal Pradesh have taken to guns to fight the menac ...
Man alleges Delhi cops set father on fire after row
November 10, 2013
A 48-year-old man has alleged that he was set ablaze by two policemen as a reaction to intervening in a confrontation be ...
Barbed wires still a death trap for blackbucks in Fatehabad
November 10, 2013
Barbed wires along the Gorakhpur nuclear power plant and
in Fatehabad, which are a death trap for unsuspecting bla ...
British farms inspired Bond girls’ names
June 25, 2008
James Bond historian Graham Rye has revealed that some of the Bond girls' names were inspired by the names of
in s ...
35,000 birds die of bird flu in Russia
December 12, 2007
Nearly 35,000 birds have died from bird flu since late November at a poultry farm in southern Russia.
Pakistan confirms fifth H5N1 outbreak
May 25, 2007
Pakistani authorities detect the H5N1 strain of bird flu at two more poultry
on the outskirts of Islamabad.
Pak confirms new cases of H5N1 bird flu
May 23, 2007
Pakistani authorities have discovered the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu at three poultry
on the outskirts of Isla ...
Bangladesh culls more bird flu infected chickens
May 13, 2007
Bangladesh villagers have culled 15,000 more chickens over the last two days at small
in the north of the country.
What we can learn from China’s river of sorrow
September 8, 2008
China takes flood control to space, with the launch of two natural disaster-monitoring satellites. From June to August, ...
Whodunit: Removing HT market copies to win ‘morning challenge’?
For J-K cricketer Parvez Rasool, this productive bat was worth taking a risk
D-Day nears: Isro prepares for crucial Mangalyaan insertion
Android One launched; Google enters the low-cost smartphone game
‘Murdered’ woman found alive with new boyfriend — and her husband is relieved
I have breasts, you got a problem? Deepika Padukone tweets reaction to ‘news’ post
Deepika Padukone's cleavage post a 'compliment'? Tweeple don't agree
After beheading Foley, Sotloff and Haines, IS parades British aid worker Alan Hening
Movie review by Anupama Chopra: Bipasha Basu's Creature 3D is foolish
Kashmir floods: Come 'hell' or rain, army won't stop until last man is rescued
Traffickers 'sink' ship carrying migrants in Mediterranean, 500 feared dead off Malta coast
Incursion shadow on Xi Jinping visit; China, India in 5-day skirmish
Bridging the gap: When waters rose, Muslims in Srinagar rescued Pandits
India slams Pak for clean chit to Hafiz Saeed
Manish Tewari, Rashid Alvi defy Cong gag order
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