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Delhi in Lebanon hot water
The navy last night asked four of its warships to stand by in the eastern Mediterranean to ferry thousands of Indians in Lebanon to safer places but New Delhi is late off the starting block in mounting efforts to evacuate its citizens from embattled Beirut. ...  | Read.. 
 
PM plays down deal differences
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is confident that India’s concerns about draft US legislation to facilitate civilian nuclear cooperation between the two countries will be met and is against blowing the differences out ...  | Read.. 
 
Gentleman' Can’t be a bomber
Recognising terrorists is easy ' it’s written on their faces. So believe railway police in Mumbai. ...  | Read.. 
 
Army finds dark deeds in dal
Two generals, eight other officers found guilty of corruption
Army headquarters today announced it was punishing two generals and eight other officers after an internal investigation revealed that they were creaming the military procure ...  | Read.. 
 
Mumbai commuters returning home stand in silence to remember those who died in the serial train blasts on July 11. (AP)
 
 
Setting one up is not as easy as simply lifting your hand

AN INDONESIAN
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on establishing a tsunami warning centre
Lynch after carnage
The survivors of yesterday’s Maoist massacre in Chhattisgarh turned violent, lynching thr ...  | Read..
Armed with G8 words, PM pursues peace
Admitting that the India-Pakistan dialogue process had “suffered” in the wake of the ...  | Read..