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5 NRIs killed in cold blood
November 9, 2004
London-based businessman Amarjit Chohan, his mother-in-law, wife and two children, were victims of a plot to hijack a fi ...
Drug use increasing among youths
January 3, 2005
The country recognized as the leading producer of the opium used in other parts of the world is now facing a
Diego Maradona fighting for life after heart failure
April 19, 2004
The 43-yr-old Argentine soccer legend, who has a history of
abuse, is under intensive care in a Buenos Aires clinic ...
'Convictions needed to combat piracy'
February 21, 2004
As part of the crusade against book piracy, the Federation of Publishers and Booksellers Associations in India (FPBAI) o ...
Beware of date rape drugs
June 8, 2004
The most common
used to vicitimise unwitting young girls into
-facilitated sexual assault is Roofies, writes
Pros & cons of Viagra
August 17, 2004
Besides curing impotence, the wonder
can also prevent lung problems, writes Dr KK Aggarwal.
Naxal menace top on CEC agenda
April 8, 2004
CEC T Krishnamurthy will review the LS poll preparedness on Friday with the top officials and leaders of political parti ...
Activists say bureaucracy blocks AIDS drug goal
November 30, 2005
At least 4 million people still desperately need anti-retroviral (ARV)
s, the International Treatment Preparedness C ...
Drug, prostitution spreading AIDS in West Pacific
December 4, 2003
WHO regional director Shigeru Omi, in a statement marking World Aids Day on Thursday, called on member states "to act bo ...
Dravid's heart goes out to AIDS-affected kids
December 2, 2003
Rahul Dravid on Thursday urged cricketers to play their roles in combating the dreaded HIV/AIDS and reach out to the chi ...
Terror cannot be justified on any ground: SAARC
January 6, 2004
SAARC has declared that terrorism could not be justified on any ground and committed itself to fully implement internati ...
April 19, 2004
She has headed a variety of portfolios, from womens' health to communications,
control and public accounts. In 198 ...
US probes cloning claims
December 30, 2002
"We want to check and see first, whether the cloning did take place, and second if it violated any of our laws," the US ...
Warne to arrive in South Africa after World Cup final
March 21, 2003
Shane Warne, banned from cricket due to a positive
test, will travel to South Africa for commercial commitments but ...
Government hits back at Naxalites
May 9, 2003
With the affected states failing to crush leftist extremism on their own, a joint war has been mounted against the 'mena ...
PK review: Aamir Khan steals the show, it's a winner all the way
Peshawar school attack survivors vow to fail militants by continuing their studies
Farah Khan to replace Salman Khan as Bigg Boss host
Japanese scientist resigns over stem cell scandal
Surat partners Microsoft to become a smart city
Peshawar school attack: More than 130, mostly children, massacred by Taliban militants
Pakistan in mourning as parents bury children killed by Taliban
132 children killed as Taliban gunmen storm Peshawar school
Sydney cafe siege ends; gunman, 2 others killed
Bigg Boss 8: Upen Patel threatens to kill Gautam Gulati
India cries shame, red-faced Pak keeps Lakhvi locked
BJP washes hands off conversion row, says 'nothing to do with it'
Pakistan hits back, kills 59 Talibans near Afghan border
India's Johnson goading tactics backfires badly
8 kids dead in Australia in reported mass stabbing
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