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Head cut, another sprouts

May 29, 2017
One's shot dead, another swiftly moves to assume charge of the trigger - the Hizbul Mujahideen, Kashmir's indigenous militancy regime, seems never short of commanders willing to put their lives on...   | Read..

Govt line: Bullet for bullet

May 29, 2017
Anyone raising the gun will be dealt with the bullet and there is no question of going soft in Kashmir, a top source associated with the government said today.   | Read..

Riddles on Zika delay

May 29, 2017
India's first set of documented Zika virus infections has thrown up what medical experts say are two puzzles: why were only three cases found among 34,000-plus blood...   | Read..

BA faces long haul

May 29, 2017
Analysts say the disruption to British Airways flights "could last several days" at Heathrow, where today a third of the services were cancelled -- a distinct...   | Read..

On ground, full stop

May 29, 2017
The Centre's May 23 notification was meant to stop animal markets from trading in cattle and buffalo for slaughter. Instead, it seems to have closed these markets...   | Read..

ASI strikes it rich on riverbank

May 29, 2017
The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has discovered remains of human civilisation dating back to Chalcolithic or Copper Age on the banks of Prachi, considered to be one...   | Read..
A budding cricketer caught running happily in the rain after a game on the Maidan on Sunday evening. After a sweltering fortnight, the rain was...   | Read..
Quote of the Day

This is a proxy war, and proxy war is a dirty war. It is played in a dirty way


Army chief

on Kashmir

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