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Army personnel enter the Army Public School which was attacked on Tuesday by Taliban gunmen, in Peshawar on Wednesday.
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Army personnel enter the Army Public School which was attacked on Tuesday by Taliban gunmen, in Peshawar on Wednesday.

Pak’s political, military leadership rush to act

The best that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif could come up with was an announcement that by next week, there would be a plan in place to counter terrorism. »    
Former TN Chief Minister Jayalalithaa. File photo.

Supreme Court to hear Jayalalithaa case today

She has already filed appeal papers in Karnataka High Court in assets case »
Vyankatesh Abdeo, Central secretary, Vishva Hindu Parishad. Photo: Vivek Bendre

Converts to Hinduism can choose caste: VHP

‘They won’t be subjected to unfair treatment’ »

Opinion

Flight operations of cash-strapped SpiceJet were grounded on Wednesday due to non-supply of jet fuel by oil marketing companies. File photo: V.V. Krishnan

Airfares skyrocket as SpiceJet hits turbulence

Airfares shot up by 80-100 per cent on many routes as SpiceJet flights remained grounded during the first half of the day on Wednesday. Passengers who had to fly on short notice had to shell out a... »

Hyderabad

Shops on Yadagirigutta hill shrine remain closed in view of Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao's visit in Nalgonda district on Wednesday. Photo:Singam Venkataramana

Dreams big for temple town

Officials asked to explore the possibility of increasing ‘gopuram’ height to 40 ft. Speaking to news reporters after the Chief Minister's visit, the Sthapathi, Sundara Raja said that they would make t... »
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Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar is floored by Aamir Khan’s performance in the film "PK" and says it’s the best film that he has ever seen. »

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An Election of Competing Nationalisms

The ongoing Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir could see a keen contest between the Bharatiya Janata Party and the People's Democratic Party. The key to a domestic consensus on resolving the intractable Kashmir issue will depend on how these two parties, which represent competing nationalisms, forge a post-election compromise to quell the sense of widespread cynicism, writes Kaustav Chakrabarti. Read more. »

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