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Captors last-minute demand mars talks
August 8, 2004
With abductors putting a fresh demand in the last minute, efforts to secure the
of 3 Indians have suffered a set ...
PM to secure Meghalaya foresters' release from B'desh
December 20, 2005
The assurance was given to Meghalaya CM, who took up the matter with Singh and Union Home minister Shivraj Patil during ...
Meghalaya BJP unit attacks Lapang Govt
December 19, 2005
If nothing is done at this juncture to stop infiltration, the state's future would be similar to that of Assam, the part ...
'Indo-Pak peace talks not to be affected'
January 2, 2006
talks between the foreign secretaries will mark the fifth meeting under composite dialogue framework.
Harbhajan cleared to play in Pak series
February 18, 2005
Off-spinner is all set to play in the
series against Pakistan with the ICC reportedly finding his bowling actio ...
Jackson furor not seen boosting sales of her CD
February 9, 2004
Singer Jackson embarked on a major promotional tour for her
CD, "Damita Jo," with a halftime appearance at Sund ...
PM to inaugurate AIDS youth convention
February 12, 2004
The convention to be held on Dec 1 is meant to sensitise the youth on HIV/AIDS, an official
said here on Monday.
US military to release 472 prisoners from Abu Ghraib
May 19, 2004
The US military will
472 prisoners on May 21 from the Abu Ghraib jail, center of a scandal involving abuse of de ...
N. Korea urges US to show 'good faith' for six-way talks
February 23, 2004
N. Korea urged the US to demonstrate good faith in
six-way talks in Beijing to end the 16-month-old nuclear cri ...
41 PoWs in Pak jails: Benazir to Rajiv
January 13, 2004
Former Pakistani premier Benazir Bhutto had confirmed to the then Indian prime minister Late Rajiv Gandhi, the presence ...
Truce on borders cheers Kashmiris
January 31, 2004
With violence lessening, Kashmiri Muslims have been crowding markets to shop for
AMD, Intel put antivirus technology into chips
January 9, 2004
Advanced Micro Devices and Intel plan to soon
technology that will allow processors to stop many attacks before ...
Afghans prepare for Eid
January 31, 2004
Despite two suicide attacks, people of Kabul is undeterred as they prepare to celebrate the biggest Muslim festival.
Malaysia to release details of nuclear investigation
February 20, 2004
Police have finished investigating a Malaysian company's role in supplying parts to an alleged international nuke traffi ...
Beijing hopes results in N. Korean nuke talks
February 17, 2004
A senior Chinese official expressed hope that
multilateral talks would produce "tangible" progress toward defus ...
Iranian woman defies country's laws, dances to 'Little Mix' without hijab
Touching #putoutyourbats Phil Hughes tribute goes viral
Hunger Games Mockingjay review: This film is strangely satisfying
Ungli review: This Emraan Hashmi starrer gives a big thumbs up to clichéd dialogues
World's biggest animal sacrifice fair begins in Nepal
DDA mega housing scheme draw list declared, check results online
Veena Malik and husband sentenced to 26 years in jail for blasphemy in TV show
PM Modi's wife files RTI over her security cover
Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes loses his fight for life
Pakistan blocks Saarc deals; PM Modi says things will still get done
ISIS recruit from Kalyan returns home, taken into NIA custody
Pak violates ceasefire along IB just hours before Modi reaches Jammu
Aligarh Muslim University warns Smriti Irani of 'massive unrest'
Nursery admissions: Delhi HC quashes guidelines issued by L-G
Modi seeks clear mandate for J-K development
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