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Indian family of four found dead in Australia
Indian family of four found dead in Australia

A young Indian family, including two children aged five and three, was found dead Tuesday in their home in this Australian city. The bodies of accountant Nilesh Sharma (36), his wife Pritika (32), and children Divesh (5) and Divya (3) were found Tuesday morning in their home in a leafy

Jet Airways flight averts mid-air collision
Jet Airways flight averts mid-air collision

A Jet Airways flight with 134 passengers on board narrowly averted a mid-air collision on Thursday, triggering panic aboard, passengers said. Jet Airways Flight number 9W 2280 from New Delhi to Guwahati was probably flying over Patna when it abruptly lost control,

Image makeover plan: PM to meet editors on Wednesday
Image makeover plan: PM to meet editors on Wednesday

Under attack from civil society activists, the media and some of his own party members, over perceived communication gap over critical issues, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has decided on a media outreach plan that kicks off with a meeting with some senior editors on Wednesday.

Sathya Sai Baba’s death leaves question mark on Rs 40,000 crore  empire
Sathya Sai Baba’s death leaves question mark on Rs 40,000 crore empire

The death of spiritual leader Sathya Sai Baba has left a question mark on the future of the Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust (SSSCT), estimated to have assets worth Rs 40,000 crore ($9 billion). As Baba, who was

33 die in Indonesia train collision
33 die in Indonesia train collision

At least 33 people were killed and a dozen injured early Saturday when two trains collided in Indonesia’s central Java province, officials said.

I welcome HC decision, says oldest litigant
I welcome HC decision, says oldest litigant

Mohammed Hashim Ansari, 90, the oldest litigant in the Ayodhya land dispute Thursday welcomed the High Court verdict

PM appeals for peace after Ayodhya verdict
PM appeals for peace after Ayodhya verdict

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday appealed for "peace and harmony" after the Ayodhya verdict on September 30.

Games security extensive, well organised: Australia
Games security extensive, well organised: Australia

Finally there is some appreciation for the beleaguered Commonwealth Games organisers from visiting teams.

India third most powerful nation: US report
India third most powerful nation: US report

India is listed as the third most powerful country in the world after the US and China and the fourth most powerful bloc after the US, China and the European Union

MPs’ pay hike: Pranab helps break deadlock
MPs’ pay hike: Pranab helps break deadlock

The deadlock over MPs’ salary hike ended on Saturday after the Government’s trouble-shooter Pranab Mukherjee met agitating parliamentarians

Cabinet approves 300% salary hike, MPs still unhappy
Cabinet approves 300% salary hike, MPs still unhappy

The cabinet on Friday approved a 300 percent salary hike from Rs 16,000 to Rs 50,000 for MPs but this was not enough for members from various parties as they stalled Lok Sabha proceedings

Now, Govt steps in to take control of CWG OC
Now, Govt steps in to take control of CWG OC

Just 45 days to go, now the Government has stepped in to take control of the Commonwealth Games Organising Committee (CWG OC) mess.

Tata becomes India’s most valued business group
Tata becomes India’s most valued business group

Coinciding with the beginning of a search for chairman Ratan Tata’s successor, the Tata Group has become the country’s wealthiest, with a market value of about Rs 3,71,000 crore

Severe floods eclipse Pakistan’s I-D celebrations
Severe floods eclipse Pakistan’s I-D celebrations

One of the worst floods in the history of Pakistan eclipsed the Independence Day celebrations on Saturday, even as Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani appealed to the world

Wife of Infosys employee found murdered at her home
Wife of Infosys employee found murdered at her home

The 25-year-old wife of an Infosys Technologies Ltd employee was found dead in her flat early on Tuesday, with her throat slit and her hands and legs tied, police said.

Congress’ rally reaches Bellary, vows to end illegal mining
Congress’ rally reaches Bellary, vows to end illegal mining

The Congress Monday marked the culmination of its 320-km march to the iron ore rich district of Bellary with a huge rally in Bellary city and vowed to end illegal mining in Karnataka. Central ministers hailing from Karnataka, S.M. Krishna, external affairs, M. Veerappa Moily, law, Mallikarjun Kharge

India wins patent against China for flu medicine
India wins patent against China for flu medicine

India has won a crucial patent dispute against China for treating influenza and epidemic fever through medicinal formulations using ’pudina’ (mint) and ’kalamegha’ (andrographis),

Tens of thousands of tomato fighters paint Spanish town red
Tens of thousands of tomato fighters paint Spanish town red

Nobody in the eastern Spanish village of Bunol knows for sure how the world’s biggest tomato war began. In August 1945, a scuffle broke out between young members of a carnival crowd, the official version has it. Fruit stalls were overturned, and one of them happened to be full of tomatoes...

Rajdhani Exp engine catches fire, passengers safe
Rajdhani Exp engine catches fire, passengers safe

A fire broke out in the engine of a Rajdhani Express on the outskirts of this Uttar Pradesh capital Wednesday, disrupting the busy Sultanpur-Lucknow rail route

Visa on arrival scrapped for Indians in Malaysia
Visa on arrival scrapped for Indians in Malaysia

Malaysia revoked its visa on arrival (VOA) facility for Indians after 40,000 visitors from that country "abused" it and "disappeared",

3rd Test: SL take day-one honours
3rd Test: SL take day-one honours

Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara top-scored with 75 as the hosts prospered against an untidy Indian attack on the opening day

Angel of Death destroying Taliban
Angel of Death destroying Taliban

The ’Angel of Death’ is the world’s biggest flying artillery gun -- the latest weapon being used by the British and US Special Forces to defeat Taliban insurgents

Kashmir erupts again; 7 killed in a day
Kashmir erupts again; 7 killed in a day

Seven people, including two 17-year-olds, were killed on Sunday in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district as escalating violence engulfed the Kashmir Valley

Shooter Narang qualifies for London Olympics
Shooter Narang qualifies for London Olympics

A day after he was overlooked for the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, shooter Gagan Narang won the bronze in the 10 metre air rifle event at the World Championship

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