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Saturday , June 21 , 2014

Iraq hostages unharmed, says Delhi

Indian interlocutors today managed to communicate with the construction workers abducted by militants in Iraq’s Mosul, confirming they are unharmed, on a day Prime Minister Narendra Modi took charge of what is his government’s biggest foreign policy crisis yet....   | Read..

Dhaka push for water and land deals

Bangladesh high commissioner Tariq Karim met India’s ministers in charge of water resources and territorial security this week to push two key pacts New Delhi has f...   | Read..

Delhi, Assam versions vary on visa plan

The Centre’s proposal to relax visa norms for Bangladesh citizens that has upset Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi is rooted in a 17-month-old roadmap prepared by th...   | Read..

Centre set to grant Jaya cable plea

The Centre is set to allow the Jayalalithaa government-owned multi-system operator Arasu Cable TV Corporation to go digital, in a move that appears to be aimed at pleasin...   | Read..

Court raps absent Shah

Amit Shah got a rap on the knuckles from a CBI court judge here today....   | Read..
A man prays at an Ahmedabad mosque on Friday for the safe return of the Indian workers kidnapped in Iraq. (AFP)
Iraq hostages unharmed, says Delhi
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Cong off beaten track on economy

The Congress today said hard decisions were necessary to sustain the economy’s health in a vo...   | Read..

UP drops laptops for toilets

Akhilesh Yadav has wrapped up his free laptop scheme and instead pledged funds for building toi...   | Read..

Jaya nudges, Centre clears air on Hindi

The Centre today clarified it had not adopted a “new” policy to propagate the use of Hindi nationally, nor w...   | Read..

Campa residents do an action replay

Residents of Campa Cola Compound’s 102 illegal flats facing demolition shut out civic officials today for the seco...   | Read..

Twitter tutorials lined up for babus

Bureaucrats will be trained to “effectively” use Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to put out information on pol...   | Read..

Preity statement

Preity Zinta, who has accused ex-boyfriend Ness Wadia of molestation, is likely to record her supplementary statement in the...   | Read..

Over 550 people die in southern scorcher

At least 581 people have died of heat in the past month in Andhra and Telangana, but weather officials held out hope of ...   | Read..

No pretence in pariah order

The personal staff of UPA ministers are untouchable for ministers in the Narendra Modi government, it is official....   | Read..