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Misunderstandings abound over the summit agenda
Nuclear Summit agenda is to ensure terrorists don't get the bomb
Non-proliferation targets states; nuclear security targets non-state actors
Fearing CRPF backlash, villagers abandon homes for forests
Security forces killed my brother, says villager
Probe into massacre begins
RAIPUR/JAGDALPUR: A one-man commission of inquiry to probe the April 6 massacre of 76 CRPF personnel in Chhattisgarh by Maoists has begun its investigation, even as a manhunt is on to nab those who planned the ambush. E.N. Rammohan, ...
Indian found dead in Sydney
MELBOURNE: An Indian hailing from Punjab was found dead by the road in Sydney on Sunday. The police have sent the body of Dharmendar Singh for post-mortem. He is believed to be in the age group of 30-35. “The cause of death ...
“All bets off if U.S. comes under biological attack”
WASHINGTON: United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Sunday that the U.S. could not rule out using nuclear weapons if it came under biological attack, saying that in that case, “all bets are off.” “If we ...
Mumbai Indians in semifinals
Vintage Tendulkar trumps Warne's men
Polish President's body brought to Warsaw
WARSAW: Tens of thousands of Poles softly sang the national anthem and tossed flowers at the hearse carrying the body of President Lech Kaczynski to the presidential palace on Sunday after it was returned from Russia, where he and dozens of ...
Thailand Army morale in focus
Following clashes with the anti-government protesters
China's social security fund to double
BOAO (Hainan): China's national Social Security Fund (SSF) will be more than doubled to $300 billion in 2015, said Fund chief Dai Xianglong on Sunday. The Fund's current size is $130 billion, said Mr. Dai at the annual conference of Boao ...
Kings XI Punjab triumphs in a one-sided affair
NEW DELHI: Out of contention but capable of compounding the problems of those aspiring for a place in the semifinals, Kings XI Punjab is busy getting vicarious pleasure. After embarrassing Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians, Punjab ...
Mycobacterium tuberculosis genome mapping released
Findings may result in development of urgently needed new TB drugs
Heat wave sweeps north India
Ganganagar in Rajasthan records 44.8 degree Celsius
Hottest April in a decade
Long hours of power-cuts worsen the situation in West Bengal
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