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Cry for ‘empty grave’ for Afzal at home

Afzal Guru’s burial in Tihar jail has triggered a clamour for reserving an empty grave for him at the “martyrs’ graveyard” in Srinagar, like that for Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front founder Maqbool Bhat. ...   | Read..
 

Saeed twists SC order to fan fire

Lashkar-e-Toiba founder and suspected 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed has found an opportunity to stoke trouble in Kashmir by selectively quoting from the Supreme Court judg...   | Read..
 

Line drawn on legal aid

Afzal Guru had pleaded that he was not granted sufficient legal help in defending himself — an issue that has been raised afresh by human rights groups after he was...   | Read..
 

‘Lightning speed’ probe

Four key arrests, including that of Afzal Guru, within two days and his clinching confession on the ninth day....   | Read..
 

Rights groups rue lost ‘right’

Human rights organisations across the country have condemned the hanging of Afzal Guru, complaining that the government carried out the execution without allowing him to ...   | Read..
 
Ruskin Bond at the World Book Fair in New Delhi on Sunday. Picture by Prem Singh
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Modi shows off November invite from EU

Narendra Modi has been invited to a session of European Parliament, his website claimed today, ...   | Read..

Judge’s references to Suryanelli girl spark furore

A high court judge who was in the division bench that acquitted the accused in the Suryanelli s...   | Read..
 

Speed post stirs doubts

A controversy erupted today over the purported communication from the Centre to the family of Parliament attack convict Afza...   | Read..

Pranab gets taste of leisure

From a key player in politics, President Pranab Mukherjee has turned into a spectator. From sitting in the Lok SabhaR...   | Read..

Modi shuns scheme, Delhi taps NGOs

The minority affairs ministry is all set to get NGOs to implement a pre-matriculation scholarship for minority community...   | Read..

No terror tag minus proof of violence: HC

Merely being attracted to the communist philosophy doesn’t make someone a terrorist or criminal, Bombay High Court...   | Read..

Bangla graft-hit bridge loan

India today allowed the diversion of a $200-million grant from a $1-billion (Rs 5,400cr) credit line given to Banglades...   | Read..