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New Delhi Opens World’s Largest Free Literary Festival
William Dalrymple, author and co-Director said that this year's programme will achieve this better than ever and it looks like a particularly vintage year.
Indian-Kashmir: Health care needs Check-up
After the recent incidents at the G.B. Pant hospital, the local media took up the issue proactively. Continuous reportage by Kashmir's leading newspapers, played an important role which forced the State government to act.
Manu Joseph Announced Verdict: Kashmir is Happy?
No one would and can deny that the development is the foremost mantra for any state or any nation and same is the case with Kashmir. I can assure this that no one in the Valley will say that they don't need KFC or McDonalds or glitzy shopping malls
Indo-Pak Relations and Zardari’s Visit: Implications for Kashmir
Kashmiris would be eagerly watching this visit, given the recent talk of both countries relegating the Kashmir issue to the backburner.
Is Media Safe From Interference In India?
The arrest of eminent Indian journalist, Syed Kazmi and a midnight police raid of Frontline magazine Delhi Bureau chief begs the question, is media safe?
Israeli Embassy Vehicle Targeted in India, 4 Injured
New Delhi: At least four people were injured including the wife of a senior Israeli diplomat when a car belonging to the Israeli Embassy exploded in the VVIP area of Indian capital-Delhi on Monday.
Indian Parliament Strongly Condemns Assault on Minister
New Delhi: Indian Parliament today strongly condemned the assault on ICC president and Indian Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar at a public function in New Delhi.
Angry With Inflation, Corruption ‘Youth’ Slapped Indian Union Minister
New Delhi: Indian Agriculture minister Sharad Pawar was slapped today by a youth at a public function. The assailant was identified as Harwinder Singh. He claimed that he was angry and dissatisfied with corruption and inflation issues.
Amid Clashes in Indian Kashmir, Muslims Across India Celebrate ‘Eid-ul-Adha’
Indian Administrated Kashmir: Eid-ul-Adha, the festival of sacrifice, is being celebrated across the India with full fervor.
Diwali, The Festival of Lights, Celebrated Across India, A Sign Of...
Diwali, the Festival of lights, was celebrated across India today, with full zeal and enthusiasm.
Top Kashmiri Separatist Leader Ready to Hold Talks
The latest stance of the top Hurriyat leader came just days after the centre appointed interlocutors for Kashmir submitted their report to the Indian Home Ministry.
Another Team Anna Member Attacked in India
Newsblaze, New Delhi: Just a week after Prashant Bhushan was attacked in the Supreme Court, another team Anna member, Arvind Kejriwal was attacked in a public meeting in Jhulelal Park in Lucknow on Tuesday evening.
‘Kashmir’ Issue Complex: Removal of Prashant Bhushan Denied
Speaking to the media, the noted RTI Kejriwal activist said, 'There is no question of removing Prashant Bhushan from Anna Hazare's team for airing his personal views on the Kashmir issue. We stand united and what ever happens will happen.'
India’s Major Cities on Terror Alert
Following the recovery of an explosive laden car in the Indian city of Ambala on Wednesday, the center government on Friday issued a terror alert for the national capital of Delhi, Mumbai and other major metropolitan cities.
Terrorist Attack Foiled: Delhi Police
Police last evening seized a car, full of explosives after some inputs provided by central intelligence agencies that a car was headed to Delhi through Ambala with explosives and detonators.
Senior Indian Lawyer Beaten Inside Supreme Court, Over Kashmir Remark
Senior Indian lawyer Prashant Bhushan, and close aide of anti corruption activist of Anna Hazare, was beaten up by two men on Wednesday, in his chamber inside the Supreme Court
Top Indian Opposition Leader Begins Yatra
The top opposition leader said there is growing anger and resentment among people against leaders coming into power.
Breaking: Indian Court Stays Execution of Pak Terrorist Ajmal Kasab
The Indian Supreme Court on Monday stayed the execution of Pakistani terrorist Ajmal Kasab, who was convicted for the 26/11 Mumbai terror blasts.
Famous Indian Singer Passes Away
Singh was admitted to the Lilavati hospital, Mumbai on September 23 following a brain hemorrhage and had undergone dual life saving surgeries.
India: Recordings of Jan Lokpal Meetings to Go Public
In a major development, the Indian government on Sunday agreed to make the audio recordings public of the proceedings of the Joint Drafting Committee constituted to draft the Lokpal Bill.
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