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Talk of restraint amid firing on LoC

The Pakistan Army has asked its troops to maintain ceasefire on the Line of Control “strictly”, an Indian Army source said after talks between top officers of the two countries. ...   | Read..
 

Troops occupy, Maoists demolish schools

Enter, schools as theatres of war. The continuing conflict between government forces and Maoists in the border regions of Bihar and Jharkhand has turned school buildings into ...   | Read..
 

Collective samadhi plan for VIPs

The cabinet will tomorrow take a decision on allotting a common cremation ground in Delhi for Presidents, Vice-Presidents and Prime Ministers, both former and those who d...   | Read..
 

Office space sale to be out of real estate bill ambit

The real estate bill is likely to be tabled in Parliament during the budget session, but with changes. Sale of space for commercial purposes, such as offices or shops, will n...   | Read..
 

Congress to look within, not at Pak

Congress chief Sonia Gandhi was engrossed in fine-tuning position papers and holding meetings with chairpersons of five committees a day before leaving for Jaipur for the...   | Read..
 
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Chautala, son in jail for graft

Two generations of a political dynasty today lost for the time being their right to contest pol...   | Read..

Rice at Re 1 in Andhra

Rice politics is back in Andhra Pradesh, packaged in a new attractive offer of Re 1 a kilo. Tha...   | Read..
 

Urban mission on hold till polls

The government has decided to put on hold the second phase of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission till n...   | Read..

Smoke and lecture on screen

The next time you see your favourite actor smoking on screen, don’t be stunned if he lectures you on the ill effec...   | Read..

Uncovered: mines in Poonch

The Indian Army today showcased photographic evidence of anti-personnel mines with Pakistani markings allegedly planted ...   | Read..