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Three kidnapped Britons released in Gaza
December 31, 2005
The abductors threatened to abduct more foreigners if Israel
to end its "no-go" zone in the Strip.
Five held in Pune for selling leaked CAT papers
November 23, 2003
Police nabbed five persons in Pune on Sunday in connection with the sale of leaked papers of Combined
Pakistan Islamists refuse to expel foreign students
December 31, 2005
Islamists ruling a Pakistani province have
to obey a Govt order to expel foreign students enrolled in Islamic sc ...
Uranium may enrich job market, if Naidu trashes people?s health
March 2, 2004
Though the Uranium Corporation was
mining rights in various parts of India, Andhra Pradesh may still say yes to ...
Are the militants getting desperate?
September 21, 2002
Young jehadis - who is training them?: - I am sure Pak will continue to aid militancy in Kashmir. It is utterly r ...
Scrap episode, urge Muslims; BBC unruffled
December 24, 2003
Muslims are incensed that despite protests, BBC has
to scrap Spooks' latest episode.
Gomti can't meet its demands
June 23, 2003
In Lucknow the water level in the river Gomti recedes during summer, affecting the capacity at the raw water pumping sta ...
Jeetendra dares Dutt
April 21, 2004
Jeetendra is one of the few film stars who are willing to campaign against Sunil Dutt when even the likes of Vinod Khann ...
What makes Australia a hot destination?
July 23, 2004
In 1994, 273 visas were issued to Indian students seeking
to Australian universities. A decade later, by this ...
Nick Berg had been advised to leave Iraq
May 12, 2004
An American civilian who was beheaded in a grisly video posted on an al-Qaida-linked Web site had been warned to leave I ...
Blair apologises for British abuse
May 11, 2004
Prime Minister Tony Blair has apologised for British soldiers' mistreatment of prisoners in Iraq as Britain admitted it ...
Rowling is a Scrooge when it comes to charity!
January 3, 2006
Author JK Rowling has been labelled a 'Scrooge' after she
to donate a 16.99 pound book to a charity auction.
Sharma's final solution
October 14, 2004
Final Solution, which Anupam Kher as Censor Board Chief had
clearance, is now set to be screened soon.
A brush with the spirit world
September 27, 2003
The spirit had been answering their questions fine when suddenly it fell silent and
to answer one particular que ...
Interviews -- no laughing matter
September 26, 2005
interviews here are unlike farcical power plays of India, writes Sunil Lala in Boston Diary.
Bigg Boss 8: Nigaar Khan evicted, says she is glad
Indians, Chavara and Euphrasia conferred sainthood by Pope Francis
Federer, Wawrinka fire Switzerland to Davis Cup victory
Gandhi statue in London: Don’t stir up apathy, says Meghnad
Babus get instructions on how to deal with MPs
Delhi girl marries outside caste, parents murder her
Miss Honduras Alvarado shot dead by sister's jealous boyfriend
Anand vs Carlsen: Chess World Championship game 10 ends in a draw
Happy Ending review: This Saif flick is a mixture of films it criticises
DDA’s much-delayed draw of lots likely on Monday
Winter session starts today: NDA lines up bills, Opposition set to play hardball
Afghanistan: Suicide bomber kills over 45 at volleyball match
Chess: Carlsen crowned world champion, Anand vows return
Saarc summit may break Modi, Sharif ice
'Zero tolerance to error must for India’s security'
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