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Monday , July 21 , 2014
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10 with India roots on jinxed jet

At least 10 Indian-origin fliers were on the Malaysia Airlines plane brought down by a missile over eastern Ukraine on Thursday, Kuala Lumpur authorities have confirmed to New Delhi....   | Read..

Lorry load

A low-loading lorry carrying a radar-controlled missile system — known by the Russians as the Buk-M1 and by Nato forces as the SA-11 Gadfly — crosses the Russ...   | Read..

Bodies of crash victims in hands of rebels

Armed rebels forced emergency workers to hand over all 196 bodies recovered from the Malaysia Airlines crash site and then had them loaded onto refrigerated train cars bound ...   | Read..

Putin’s passing mention of plane

From the start, the telephone call did not go well. Dispensing with pleasantries, President Vladimir Putin launched into an edgy and long-winded complaint about the new A...   | Read..

Last chance Saloon? Putin shows no sign of change in tack

Russian President Vladimir Putin is in the “last chance saloon” over the Ukraine crisis but appears to be doing little to get out of it....   | Read..
Flowers and toys are left at the crash site in eastern Ukraine. (AFP)
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Iftar goes off political turf

The Gaza conflict and the change of guard since the general election seem to have taken a toll ...   | Read..

Shah works on Bengal blueprint

Amit Shah will start working for a “big breakthrough” in Bengal, Odisha, Assam and ...   | Read..

School rape cuffs on skating trainer

A school skating instructor who allegedly watched child rape videos for fun was arrested today on the charge of raping a...   | Read..