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Wednesday , February 13 , 2013
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Cong unease on ‘unfair’ hanging
finds voice

Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh today gave voice to murmurs in the party about the way Afzal Guru’s execution was handled, saying it was “unfair” if the Parliament attack convict was denied a chance of meeting his family....   | Read..

Empty grave near Bhat’s

A grave has been reserved for Afzal Guru near an empty slot meant for the burial of Maqbool Bhat at the martyrs’ graveyard in Srinagar....   | Read..

Family spurns prayer offer, asks for body

Afzal Guru’s family today spurned Union home secretary R.K Singh’s offer to let them visit his grave in Tihar jail and demanded that his body be handed over s...   | Read..

Arrest in Italy, helicopters on hold in India

Italian police arrested the head of a defence aerospace giant over allegations that bribes of about Rs 362 crore were paid to secure the sale of 12 helicopters to India....   | Read..

City duo spot Alzheimer’s

Two computer scientists in Calcutta have spotted previously unknown changes in the brains of patients with Alzheimer’s disease that they say could hold clues about ...   | Read..
Rani Mukherji and Karisma Kapoor at a women’s safety programme organised by Mumbai police, where commissioner Satyapal Singh suggested women should sl ...  | Read
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‘Pro-poor’ chant makes PC job tougher

P. Chidambaram’s job of budget-making at a time when growth has slumped to the lowest rat...   | Read..

Anoushka cry against abuse

Anoushka Shankar has thrown her weight behind an online campaign demanding an end to crime against ...   | Read..

Duo held in city for murder in Bangalore

Two security guards accused of murdering a corporate lawyer after an extortion bid went wrong have been sent to 15 days&...   | Read..

Travel agents want airline fee ban off

Travel agents in the country have decided to move the Supreme Court seeking a review of its January 23 directive banning...   | Read..

Pen, postcards & patience win a teacher

In this e-age, the pen can still be a potent weapon. The good old writing instrument, mightier than a sword in the hands...   | Read..

Acid attack nips young life

A 23-year-old woman who was attacked with acid last Diwali by a spurned admirer died in a Chennai hospital today of a ca...   | Read..

Lalit Kala Akademi chairman

India’s most prestigious state-run art body has finally got a chairman. President Pranab Mukherjee today cleared former IAS officer Kalyan Chakravarty...   | Read..

Indian raped in Maldives

A 24-year-old Indian was brutally gang-raped at her home in the Maldives on Sunday night and is now in a “very ...   | Read..

Plea to sack NHRC chief rejected

The Centre has rejected a plea for removal of K.G. Balakrishnan as National Human Rights Commission chairperson for alle...   | Read..

Delhi ‘open’ mind on juvenile law

Law minister Ashwani Kumar today said the government had an “open” mind on changes in the juvenile justice act a...   | Read..