Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, commenting on the bail granted to Lakhvi, on Thursday said
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Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, commenting on the bail granted to Lakhvi, on Thursday said "The Pakistan government may have been lax or made a mistake in the case, but India has provided Pakistan all evidence."
Former TN Chief Minister Jayalalithaa. File photo.

Karnataka CJ to decide on size of Bench

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Passage of crucial Bills uncertain

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Activists of the Thanthai Periyar Dravidar Kazhagam pelt stones on Sri Aurobindo Ashram in puducherry on Thursday. Photo: T. Singaravelou

3 expelled from Ashram commit suicide

The incident sparked off protests by political leaders and the Ashram too came under attack by miscreants. »


The 53-year-old theatre will be brought down soon, and the new complex will include a multiplex with smaller screens. Photo: V. Ganesan

Shanti theatre goes the multiplex way too

The gentle strains of ‘En Mannava’ from the Rajinikanth-starrer Lingaa fill the lobby of Shanti theatre on Anna Salai. The film may probably be last to be screened at the icon... »
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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. »    

The trailer of director Shankar’s magnum opus 'I' was released on Thursday. The movie features Vikram and Amy Jackson in lead roles and is reportedly made on a budget of Rs.180 crore. Set to relea... »

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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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