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India loses contact with its embassy in Baghdad
April 1, 2003
All contact with the embassy has been cut off and there is no word on some 14 Indians living in Iraq.
Power cut victims gang up on Orkut
February 21, 2007
The ‘Anti Power
’ web community wants politicians to get a taste of ‘power’-less life, reports Sweta ...
No proposal to sign water treaty with China, says Minister
May 7, 2003
Ruling out signing of any water
with China, the Government informed the Rajya Sabha that it would hold talks with ...
September 8, 2002
Gulab Singh began as a soldier under Maharaja Ranjit Singh (1792-1839) and rose to a position of prominence in the latte ...
India, Pakistan hold "cordial" talks on river treaty
May 29, 2003
Indian and Pakistani officials began annual talks on sharing the waters of the Indus river and its tributaries, an offic ...
India, Pak hint joint inspection of projects under IWT
May 31, 2003
Apparently in sync with the new-found thaw between the two countries, India and Pakistan today hinted at the possibility ...
Flood fury on, Dhemaji cut off
July 3, 2003
Assam continued to reel under the fury of the mighty Brahmaputra and its tributaries as Dhemaji district was cut off and ...
Dacoit gang support BJP in Shivpuri
November 28, 2003
including banners and flags supporting BJP have been distributed by the notorious dacoit Gadaria gang in s ...
SAFTA to boost Indo-Pak trade
January 5, 2004
Since India and Pakistan are looked as emerging leaders in regional trade, some argue that bilateral trade between the t ...
Campaign against global small arms trade launched
January 17, 2004
Former Ireland president Mary Robinson said development and human rights groups had launched an international campaign f ...
US should ask Pak to account for secret leak: Indian experts
February 18, 2004
Indian security experts have called upon the US not to "shy away" from asking Pak to account for leak of n-
Madonna's kiss unlike a virgin
February 9, 2004
Madonna may be 45 and a mother of two, but Thursday's MTV music video awards ceremony proved that the
Girl has ...
South Korean scientists clone human embryo
February 13, 2004
Researchers in South Korea have created cloned human embryos to yield stem cells, touted as miracle
against man ...
Brit-Indian indicted for 'dirty bomb' deal
January 16, 2004
Hemant Lakhani faces 25 years in jail for attempting to provide
support for terror.
Radioactive nation: Opinion
February 17, 2004
Abdul Qadir Khan, publicly confessing on February 4 that he had clandestinely sent nuclear weapons
and informat ...
British mystery novelist PD James dies aged 94
Black Friday deals: Here's how to be a smart shopper
In pics: Modi, Sharif cold shoulders to handshakes at Saarc
DDA goes for image makeover with luxury housing in west Delhi
Stuart Little helps lost Hungarian painting come home
DDA mega housing scheme draw list declared, check results online
Wait over: DDA draw to be finally held today
PM Modi's wife files RTI over her security cover
Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes loses his fight for life
Bigg Boss 8: Wild card entry Nigaar Khan evicted, says she is glad
IPL spot-fixing: Chennai Super Kings should be disqualified, observes Supreme Court
WTO clinches first global trade deal in its history: easier customs rules
A boy from the bush who made it to the top: The story of Phillip Hughes
One man, 98 voter cards: Delhi poll body lens on bogus electors
Saarc summit salvaged after Modi-Sharif handshake
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