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Sarabjit ‘revenge’ on bagpiper bomber

A 65-year-old Pakistani militant who played the bagpipe for a prisoners’ band at a Jammu jail was attacked and critically injured by a fellow inmate today, apparently in retaliation for the fatal assault on Sarabjit Singh in a Lahore jail....   | Read..
 

Pak seeks consular access to Sanaullah

Pakistan has sought consular access for Sanaullah, who was attacked in a Jammu jail today and is comatose at a Chandigarh hospital....   | Read..
 

Gripes sour film centenary

The 100th birthday cake was ready but many guests were cut up with the hosts even before the knife touched the icing....   | Read..
 

Reasons to hold back viscera

Pakistan has kept back some of Sarabjit Singh’s vital organs including his heart, gall bladder, stomach and both kidneys, Indian doctors who conducted a second autopsy ...   | Read..
 

Govt rebuts ‘inaction’ slur

The UPA government today detailed its efforts to free Sarabjit Singh since 2005, countering the Opposition party’s offensive that his case had been mishandled....   | Read..
 
Sarabjitís cremation being performed with full state honours at his native village Bhikhiwind near Amritsar on Friday. (PTI)
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Kerala gets IAS crown, 22 years on

Kerala today had a civil service party after over two decades, with a lady engineer from the st...   | Read..

Pub curfew for women in Andhra

Andhra Pradesh has barred women from clubs, pubs and bars after 10 at night, prompting charges ...   | Read..
 

Bribery cuffs on railway minister nephew

The CBI arrested railway minister Pawan Bansal’s nephew Vijay Singla in Chandigarh tonight on the charge of receiv...   | Read..

Nap heat on AI pilots

Airline regulator DGCA has launched an inquiry to find out whether the pilot and co-pilot of an Air India flight last mo...   | Read..

NREGA a boon for water, crops: Study

The rural job guarantee programme has improved the levels of groundwater, crop production and organic carbon in soil at ...   | Read..

BJP call to abort Beijing trip

The BJP today renewed its call that foreign minister Salman Khurshid should cry off his visit to China next week, a dema...   | Read..

Khurshid calm on China

External affairs minister Salman Khurshid today said India would have liked a “much better response” from China ...   | Read..

Mutt mauls troops’ sleep

Locked eyeball to eyeball with the Chinese in icy eastern Ladakh, what’s giving Indian troops sleepless nights is ...   | Read..