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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.
Telecom cos give mixed response to Budget
March 1, 2003
Some Indian telecom companies welcomed a cut in customs
on capital goods, but others said they wanted more action ...
May 12, 2006
There are some things which only mothers can teach us, says Yojana Sharma.
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 Balach
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 sc
al was on Thursday ...
All Hell Let Loose
July 17, 2003
This is a story about a family in chaos. Serb
i, a middle-aged man, has lost control of the women in his home. They ig ...
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
also India's representative at the UN on the ECOSOC, Human Righ ...
Right to have rights!
September 23, 2005
Would I still defend your opinion if your opinion leads directly to my death, asks Dr Bhaskar Dasgupta in his column.
Rape victim recalls nightmare
November 1, 2003
Gayatri was raped by a bureaucrat
a police officer. She had organised the tribals to dem
Plumbing the Rights - Part I
May 7, 2003
One out of six people on Earth has to struggle for water. In this documentary people talk about their ideas on solving t ...
April 19, 2004
Working as an educationalist in Assam, her campaigning for women's
have also lead to her political arrest.
IAF copters on poll duty
April 19, 2004
Alarmed by a spurt in violence by Maoist rebels,
hra Pradesh Police have stepped up security
pressed air force he ...
F.R.I.E.N.D.S celebrates 20 yrs, we rank 20 best episodes! Did your favourite make it?
Within days, $1 million raised for Modi’s Madison Square event
I'm not jobless: Karishma Tanna on entering 'Bigg Boss 8'
Registering property gets more expensive as circle rates go up in Delhi
Asian Games: Historic squash show by India, shooters add another bronze
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
Mangalyaan engine test-fire successful, all set for Mars now
Movie review by Anupama Chopra: Daawat-e-Ishq is a flavourless feast
Isro successfully test-fires Mangalyaan engine, all set for Mars now
PM Modi wants 2 lakh MW more from sun, wind with US help
Seat sharing row: BJP, Sena soften stand, alliance hopes still alive
PLA ordered to follow Xi's orders, respect chain of command
UP Muslims see hope in Modi’s ‘patriotism’ remark
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