You are here: Rediff Home » India » News » Photo Gallery » Slide Show Archives
Search: The Web
  Email this Page
April 29, 2010
Window to 'truth,' the Bhutanese way   Sheela Bhatt
On location to cover the ongoing SAARC summit, Sheela Bhatt strolls through the valleys of this tranquil wonderland called Thimphu; and meets interesting personalities amidst ethereal surroundings.

INS Shivalik commissioned   Sahil Salvi
The 143-metre-long warship, with 6,000-tonne displacement, has "versatile control systems with signature management and radar cross-section reduction features."

How female spies changed the course of history   
When Madhuri Gupta was arrested by the Indian agencies, it brought back memories of the women spies like Mata Hari and Virginia Hall. Intelligence services from across the world have always used woman spies since it is believed that they are better at gaining access to information, than their male counterparts.

'Justice for victims of communal violence is slow'   Reuters
Putting India on the 'watch list' for the second year in succession, the US Commission for International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) in its report said the Indian government at various levels recognised the problem of communal violence and created some structures to address these issues.

PM, Gilani discuss bilateral issues for 50 minutes   Reuters
In a few minutes from now, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his Pakistani counterparty Yousaf Raza Gilani will hold a one-on-one meeting in the neutral venue of Bhutan House in Thimphu. A lot of excitement is generated whenever the governments of India and Pakistan hold talks, a as a result of pre-summit exchanges of expectations, spins and charges.However, since the Parliament session is on in India and Pakistan is in the middle of far-reaching changes.
April 28, 2010
Pak's poltical googly   Reuters
In an apparent bid to drive a wedge between Indian government and the ruling party, Pakistan has said that "well-meaning" Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was keen to normalise ties with it but "elements in Congress" did not support him.

Maoists extort up to Rs 2,000 crore across India   Reuters
To carry on their violent activities across 223 districts in India, Maoists need a massive annual budget of Rs 200 crore to procure latest arms, perpetuate jungle warfare, continue propaganda and recruit new cadres. Ajit Kumar Singh and Sachin Bansidhar Diwan reveal how the Left-wing extremists gather their 'revenues' via a complicated network of extortion, threats and narcotic cultivation.
April 27, 2010
SAARC diary: Tiny Thimphu takes a giant leap   Reuters
The first thing that struck Sheela Bhatt, in Thimphu to cover the summit, was that whiff of fresh air -- opulent and serene. Here are her first impressions on the eve of the summit.

Pakistan getting US missile frigate for free?   
A Pakistan Navy spokesman said that the transfer of USS McInerney, an Oliver Perry class frigate, is being done under the Foreign Military Funding, according to which Pakistan would 'not have to pay a single dollar for the frigate.'

Chile earthquake kills 70, triggers tsunami   Reuters
A massive 8.8-magnitude earthquake capable of tremendous damage struck southern Chile on Saturday, shaking buildings in the capital, the US Geological Survey said.
April 26, 2010
'Is each disadvantaged person entitled to reservation?'   Reuters
In an interview with Neerja Chowdhury, Union Minister of State for Minority and Corporate Affairs Salman Khurshid explores the arguments for and against reservation for Muslims, and concludes that it is necessary to implement such a step.

The school dropout with a PhD   Vicky Nanjappa
V Kathiresan had to drop out of school to support his family. Today he has a PhD and is a college lecturer. Continuing our series on Extraordinary Indians.

Politicians love to rule our sports administration   
The perks are an obvious attraction, never mind India's mostly poor global sporting performance.

Obama's Entrepreneurship summit kicks off today   Reuters
A motley group of Indian entrepreneurs, an economics professor and a leading Indian Muslim leader and industrialist are among more than 250 from nearly 60 countries, who have descended on Washington, DC on the invitation of the White House to attend the two-day Presidential Summit on Entrepreneurship hosted by President Barack Obama beginning today.

Sikhs celebrate New Year in Toronto   Reuters
Thousands of people have celebrated the Sikh New Year in Toronto, amid tension that a fresh outbreak of violence within the community could spoil the function.
April 25, 2010
'We are not against Muslims'   Reuters
Bharatiya Janata Party president Nitin Gadkari said his party is not against the community but was unfortunately caught in an image warp.

Maoist bandh: Rajdhanis to run at reduced speed   
The left-wing extremists have called a shutdown in West Bengal, Bihar and Jharkhand on April 26 and 27. During these period, all the Rajdhani express trains passing through Bihar and Jharkhand will run at a restricted speed of 75 kmph during night hours instead of their original speed of 110-120 kmph, said sources in Railways.

Pak receives 2nd AWAC system from Sweden   
A statement issued by the Pakistan Air Force said the Saab-2000 aircraft landed at an operational base on Saturday and would shortly be inducted into the fleet.

Frequent-flyer Alagiri adds to UPA's woes   
Union Chemicals and Fertilisers Minister M K Alagiri who has been criticised in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha for his prolonged absence during Parliament's ongoing budget session has, in fact, been flying off to Chennai or Madurai every third day.

Turbulence rocks Emirates flight to Kochi, 20 hurt   
The Boeing aircraft EK530 with 350 passengers and 14 crewmembers on board encountered a weather cloud near Bangalore. A short period of heavy turbulence prior to descent into India caused minor injuries to about 20 persons, Emirates said in a statement.

Navy begins hunt for Chetak's replacement   
"We are on the look out for a twin-engined helicopter of modern airframe design and fully integrated advanced avionics to replace our existing fleet of Chetak helicopters, which were inducted about 30-35 years ago," Navy officials said in New Delhi.
April 24, 2010
Mammoth deception by money-hungry businessmen   Reuters
Sheela Bhatt explores the tangled web of deception, lies and money woven in IPL row.

Provide access to Kasab, Rehman Malik asks India   
Pakistan's Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Saturday asked India to provide access to Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone terrorist arrested for the 2008 Mumbai attacks, to facilitate the trial in the country of seven suspects charged with involvement in the terrorist carnage.
April 23, 2010
When literary figures came alive in Parliament   Reuters
When leaders quote literary figures in Parliament.

India sweats under relentless heat wave   Reuters
India continued to sweat it out as heat wave conditions persisted in northern, eastern, western and central parts of the country.

Kalam at home in US   Mathew Karmel
Former president Dr A P J Abdul Kalam, visiting Washington, DC, did what he does best and likes the most in recent years.

Gadkari has arrived, the hard tasks begin now   
'India needs new enthusiasm, and a bold youthful energy unburdened with the prejudices of the past that takes Bharat beyond the faultlines of religious bigotry and caste-based discrimination. A tall order? Seemingly impossible? But then who says leaders must have a cakewalk.'

Does IPL controversy need a JPC probe? Tell us!   
The Indian Premier League scandal gets murkier and murkier by the day.

Parsi genome project to probe mysteries of longevity, cancer   Reuters
More than 4,200 Parsis have so far given their blood samples for a genome project that aims at a comprehensive study of Zoroastrian individuals to explore the genetic basis of their longevity and higher incidence of breast cancer among their women.The first focus of the analysis would be breast cancer and diabetes. "The output of this work should be visible in 2011 on these two specific areas," said Dr Villoo Morawala-Patell, a Parsi and the brain behind the project.
April 22, 2010
Why true progress will elude some nations   Reuters
Between 1997 and 2008, aid commitments for sanitation and water fell from eight per cent of total development aid to five cent per cent, according to the latest UN-Water Global Annual Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking-Water (GLAAS) report.

World is in greater peril than ever   Reuters
Earth Day 2010 can be a turning point to advance climate policy, energy efficiency, renewable energy and green jobs. Earth Day Network is galvanising millions who make personal commitments to sustainability.

The Komagata Maru is also a Hindu issue   
New Democratic Party Leader Jack Layton has presented a petition, calling on the government to officially apologize in Canada's House of Commons for the 1914 Komagata Maru tragedy.

'The Taliban wanted me to cut my hair'   
Robin Singh, who was abducted by the Taliban in Peshawar February 12, 2010 escaped from their custody on April 11. He has now taken refuge at the Panje Sahib gurdwara, about 160 km from Peshawar, along with his family and elder brother Rajan.

'US, corrupt Karzai have stoked angry insurgency'   
And for any solution to work, Pakistan could not be excluded, the writer Tahir Ali said, not least because a great many Pashtuns, who live within Pakistan but don't recognise the Afghan-Pakistan border, would be up in arms. The Pakistan military would be a key player in any decision taken on Afghanistan -- along with Iran, Russia and China.

Liberal democrat leader Nick Clegg is all set to change UK's politics   
Just a week ago, the leader of the United Kingdom's opposition Conservative Party was an overwhelming favourite to topple Gordon Brown's ruling Labour government in the 2010 UK general elections on April 6.

Mega rally: BJP apologises to Delhi residents   
In a statement released in New Delhi, Gadkari said: "I personally apologise on behalf of the BJP to the people of Delhi for the inconvenience caused to them due to traffic disruptions during the rally."
April 17, 2010
Tharoor has become a liability: Congress   
Shashi Tharoor, who is in the midst of a controversy regarding his role in the Kochi Indian Premier League franchise, has become a liability for the Congress party.
April 16, 2010
Deadly storm leaves a trail of destruction in WB   Dipak Chakrabarty
As many as 45 people have been killed by the storm in North Dinajpur, and over two lakh people have been rendered homeless.

Fire and Ice   
An ice glacier in Iceland erupted on Tuesday gushing out towering fountains of hot lava, ash and steam on April 12.
April 15, 2010
PM meets Chinese president in Brazil; discusses bilateral issues   Jay Mandal
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday met Chinese President Hu Jintao and discussed the entire gamut of bilateral issues, particularly trade and investments.
April 14, 2010
Won't let nukes fall in wrong hands, pledge nations   
47 countries, including India, have vowed to prevent non-state actors from obtaining information or atomic technology.

Nation pays homage to Ambedkar on his birth anniversary   Sahil Salvi
The nation on Wednesday paid rich tribute to Dr B R Ambedkar, the architect of the Indian Constitution, on his 119th birth anniversary. President Pratibha Patil, Vice President Hamid Ansari and Congress president Sonia Gandhi were present at a function held in Delhi.Several functions are being organised in different parts of the country to mark the occasion.Dr Ambedkar spent his life fighting untouchability and the Indian caste system.

Army to purchase more lethal Arjun tanks   
New Arjuns will fire anti-tank missiles; have extra armour protection.
April 13, 2010
Striking, breathtaking visuals from Kumbh Mela   Reuben NV
The Purna Kumbh Mela in Haridwar, considered to be the world's largest religious gathering, is nearing its end.

Making Lord Krishna and Kautilya relevant today   
Lord Krishna, Alexander The Great and Kautilya play stellar parts in Amartya Sen's discussion with Arthur J Pais.

Have no fear, we have no sinister designs: US to Pakistan   Reuters
United States President Barack Obama has assured Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani that Washington has no plans to control Islamabad's nuclear programme.

PM meets Gilani on the sidelines of Nuclear Security Summit   Paresh Gandhi
Pakistan Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani, who had arrived 10 minutes earlier than Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, on seeing the latter, scooted over, greeted him with a firm handshake and could be seen exchanging pleasantries.After Obama welcomed the last guest at 6.30 pm, all the leaders moved into another cavernous room in the Convention Centre for the dinner that was closed to the press.

AP: TRS postpones resignations till JAC meet   SnapsIndia
Telangana Rashtra Samiti has postponed submission of resignations by its MLAs to the assembly speaker N Kirankumar Reddy by a few hours on the appeal of Telangana Joint Action Committee convenor Prof Kodandaram.

Terror strikes Pune: 9 killed in blast at popular bakery   Reuters
Terror struck Pune on Saturday night as a powerful bomb ripped apart a popular bakery near a Jewish prayer house, killing nine people, including five women and a foreigner, and injuring 32 others, in the first major attack since the 26/11 carnage. The improvised explosive device, kept in an unattended packet outside the kitchen of the German bakery, exploded at approximately 7.30 pm, when a waiter attempted to open it.
April 12, 2010
No India-type N-deal: Obama to Pakistan   Reuters
US President Barack Obama on Sunday asked Pakistani Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani to bring the perpetrators of the Mumbai terrorist attacks to justice, saying this would help improve the security situation in the region. Obama also did not commit any civilian nuclear deal with Pakistan on the lines of that of India.

Af-Pak situation, a concern to entire world: Putin   Reuters
Russian Federation Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on Friday expressed concern over terror groups operating from within Afghanistan and Pakistan, saying it was a threat to the entire world.

India will get access to Headley, Obama tells PM   Reuters
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh raised the issue of India getting access to 26/11 plotter David Headley with President Barack Obama, who said the US was fully supportive of the request and working through legal processes for giving it.

PM & Obama: 'Endearing prof and diligent student'   Paresh Gandhi
Senior American administration and diplomatic sources who sat in on the 50-minute mini-bilateral summit between President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh, spoke animatedly how the "atmospherics were excellent," and what "a delight it was to watch the substantive interactions between these two extremely cerebral individuals".

'Tribals don't have sympathy but chilling fear for the Naxals'   Seema Pant
'No one is saying that the police can become the solution, the police have to become the first respondent to create a situation where other people can enter,' says Chhattisgarh DGP Vishwa Ranjan.

China's real competition is within, and not outside   Reuters
China is facing a competition, not with India, but between two ideologies within its own country.

Security drill at Siddhivinayak temple bewilders devotees   Abhishek Mande
On Monday afternoon, devotees at the Mumbai famed Siddhivinayak Temple were in for a surprise, when cops armed with machine guns cordoned off the temple and the surroundings to conduct a mock drill.

PM directs ministers not to comment on Naxal issue   
Not only did Prime Minister Manmohan Singh reject Union Home Minister P Chidambaram letter of resignation, but the PM also stood solidly behind him, by directing Cabinet Secretary K M Chandrasekhar to write to all Union Ministers not to criticise the government's handling of the Maoist issue and not to vent their feelings on Left Wing extremism in public fora.
April 11, 2010
PM to meet Obama at nuke summit   Reuters
US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will meet in Washington on Sunday, during which the two leaders will discuss the civil nuclear deal and other bilateral and regional issues.

PM arrives in Washington for nuke security summit   Reuters
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrived in Washington on Sunday, on a four-day visit during which he will attend the Nuclear Security Summit on Monday and meet President Barack Obama and some other world leaders. At the Nuclear Summit to be attended by leaders of 46 other countries also, Singh is expected to pitch for firm response to the challenges of proliferation and possibility of terrorists gaining access to atomic material.

Dr Singh meets Obama in Washington, DC   
While the Indian delegation comprised National Security Adviser Shiv Shankar Menon, Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao and Indian Ambassador Meera Shankar, the US team included Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel and Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs William Burns.
April 10, 2010
Polish president, 130 others killed in plane crash in Russia   Reuters
A plane carrying Polish President Lech Kaczynski crashed near a Russian airport on Saturday. According to media reports, the plane was carrying 87 passengers.Kaczynski, who was on his way to Smolensk from Moscow, was accompanied by his wife.Kaczynski was reportedly traveling to Smolensk to mark the 70th anniversary of the Katyn massacre, when thousands of Poles were killed by Soviet troops.
April 09, 2009
Inside the Naga Sadhus' camp at Kumbh Mela   Reuben N V
The Naga Sadhus at happen to be the most reclusive bunch of saints at the religious gathering.

Naxal movement has shown tremendous grit   
From Naxalbari to Jan Militia, the Naxal movement has assumed worrying proportions today. Veteran cop Mahendra Kumawat assesses the Naxal phenomena and states that negating the romantic appeal of Maoism and convincing the teeming millions that their problems would be addressed could lead to a lasting solution to the Naxal issue.

'Kasab has realised the inevitability of his fate'   
26/11 attacks prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam speaks about the unique trial of Ajmal Kasab and two other accused in the case.

China, Nepal resolve Mt Everest height row   Reuters
Ending a long-standing dispute about the height of world's tallest mountain, Nepal and China have agreed to recognise the snow and rock height of Mount Everest, official sources said on Thursday, a report in Telegraph UK stated.
April 08, 2010
'The last time he called, he said he would come home in April'   Krishnakumar P met some of their family members, who continue to pray fervently for the safe return of their sons.

India is hunting for these Naxal leaders   
The Dantewada massacre is a stark reminder of the murderous power that the Maoist terrorists wield today.

It felt great to get Padma award, says Chatwal   PIB
New York businessman Sant Singh Chatwal received his Padma award from President Pratibha Patil at a colourful ceremony in Rashtrapati Bhavan. Chatwal's name was read out after 19 distinguished figures had been conferred the Padma awards.

'5,000 hardcore Maoists with armed militia in Chhattisgarh'   Seema Pant
'Naxalites have armed platoons and companies. Now they are planning to constitute a battalion in the Bastar area,' says Inspector General of Police R K Vij.

Kyrgyzstan PM flees country as people seize power   Reuters
Usenov signed his cabinet's resignation and handed over the powers to the leader of parliamentary opposition, ex-Foreign Minister Roza Otunbayeva, Interfax news agency reported from capital Bishkek.

It felt great to get Padma award, says Chatwal   PIB
New York businessman Sant Singh Chatwal received his Padma award from President Pratibha Patil at a colourful ceremony in Rashtrapati Bhavan. Chatwal's name was read out after 19 distinguished figures had been conferred the Padma awards.

US, Russia ink landmark treaty to reduce nukes   Reuters
The new treaty will require the United States and Russia to reduce -- by 30 per cent below the levels in a treaty signed in 2002 -- the number of nuclear warheads they have deployed on intercontinental ballistic missiles, submarine-based ballistic missiles, and bombers.
April 07, 2010
Tragedy strikes CRPF team on Maoist mission   Reuters
Naxals trapped and gunned down 76 security personnel during Operation Green Hunt.

When flashbulbs popped at Saif, Sant Chatwal   PIB
NRI hotelier Sant Singh Chatwal, music composer Ilaiyaraaja were conferred the Padma Bhushan awards.

'Road mines and ambushes cause us most casualties'   
'Because of the paucity of force, we have to be extremely creative in your ops. You can't go for an all out war,' says Chhattisgarh DGP Vishwa Ranjan.

Wish Ravi Shankar on his 90th birthday   IA Archive
Ravi Shankar turns 90 today. Wish him.

Graphic: The tentacles of Red terror   KBK
Following is a graphic on the Naxal menace in India.

China willing to narrow down differences: India   Reuters
India on Wednesday inked an agreement with China to set up a hotline between Prime Ministers of the two countries as it conveyed its serious concerns to the Chinese leadership over Beijing's issuance of stapled visas to Kashmiris and plans to undertake projects in Pakistan occupied Kashmir.

'Sania-Shoaib defamed Islamic institutions'   
The end of an 'ugly episode' revolving around Indian tennis star Sania Mirza, Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik and Hyderabad girl Ayesha Siddiqui is a great relief for the country and the Muslim community, says senior politicians and powerful community leaders of Hyderabad city. Reports Sheela Bhatt.
April 06, 2010
We must keep pushing the pace of our relationship, Krishna tells China   
On the 60th anniversary of diplomatic ties between India and China, External Affairs Minister SM Krishna spoke of the historic ties between the two counties and pitched for a strong and stable relationship between the two most populous nations on the planet.

'Maoists have totally militarised themselves'   Seema Pant
'When Maoists say that a protracted, violent, armed way is the only way to capture power then what is the way out except confronting them as a state,' asks Chhattisgarh DGP Vishwa Ranjan.

Dantewada: 75 CRPF men killed in deadliest Maoist strike   KBK
Forty personnel from the Central Reserve Police Force, involved in Operation Green Hunt, were killed on Tuesday morning when they walked into a trap laid by Maoists at Dantewada district in Chhattisgarh.The attack took place when a CRPF patrol party was returning from a road opening duty in the Naxalite-infested Mukrana forest in the district, at approximately 6 am. The CRPF patrol party was totally taken aback by the Maoists.

'Hands up' sadhu does it for world peace   Reuben N V
Thirty two years ago, Sadhu Amar Bharati felt disenchanted and disillusioned at the fighting and anger in the world around him. He felt that it was time for him to do something about it. So he raised his right hand.He has not lowered his hand even once till now, says Sadhu Amar Bharati Urdhavaahu, and explains that it was imperative for world peace. Some sadhus of his sect have adopted his credo -- they have also raised their right hands to protest against war and violence.
April 05, 2010
Is Europe turning intolerant to Islam?   Reuters
Europe is shutting the door tight on its minorities and doing all it can to 'perhaps' feel protected.

How I joined the Naxals, and why I left   Seema Pant and Chindhu Sridharan
Archana Masih meets a teenaged girl who spent two years with the Naxals and is trying to build her life all over again.

Sadhus have a blast at the Kumbh Mela   Reuben NV
Many of the Sadhus participated in the Chaitra Purnima Snan at Har ki Pauri, the main ghaat in Haridwar.

Taliban militants storm Peshawar US consulate   Reuters
Militants on Monday killed at least one person and injuring several others in Peshawar.

Russia: Suicide bomber blows up at police station, 2 cops killed   Reuters
A suicide bomber blew himself up in a police station on Monday killing two policemen and wounding 13 others in Russia's volatile Muslim-dominated north Caucasus region of Ingushetia, bordering insurgency-hit Chechnya.

Army war game in Rajasthan along Pak border this month   Reuters
The Army will hold a month-long war game in the Rajasthan desert along the border with Pakistan to validate its battle concepts including to plug gaps in the night vision capability of its mechanised forces.

Multiple blasts and gunfire rock Peshawar   Reuters
Multiple blasts and gunfire rocked this provincial capital of Pakistan's restive northwest, close to the US consulate and highly sensitive military installations, hours after 25 people were killed when a suicide bomber struck a political gathering in Timergara.

114 miners rescued from China's flooded mine   Reuters
In a miraculous rescue operation, 114 trapped workers were pulled out alive from a flooded mine in north China, nine days after water gushed into it, even as search continued for the 39 missing persons.
April 04, 2010
PC visits Lalgarh, makes fresh talks offer   Dipak Chakraborty
On his first visit to the heart of Naxal territory in West Bengal, Union Home Minister P Chidambaram ruled out the involvement of the military in anti-Maoist operations and made a fresh offer of dialogue with the left-wing extremists.

The Left's destiny is intertwined with India's, says Yechury   Jay Mandal
The future of India depends on the future the Left and its ideology, Sitaram Yechury, politburo member of the Communist Party of India-Marxist said. Speaking at Columbia University on 'Neo-Liberalism, Secularism, and the Future of the Left in India', Yechury said the destiny of both India and the the Left are intertwined and it was the left which realized the idea of India correctly.
April 02, 2010
The saddle-maker who breeds horses   Arvind J Bosmia
Arvind J Bosmia traveled to a small village in Gujarat to bring forth this fascinating story.

Purchasing education from private profit-making schools   Reuters
Could that change now?

No harm in tweeting govt policies: Tharoor   Reuters
Often surrounded with controversies over his use of words, Minister of State for External Affairs Shashi Tharoor has said he has been "brought down" as there were "elements in our society who rather revel in bringing down people as well".

Elusive white elephant could shape Myanmar's future   
Elephants hold a special place in the hearts of Southeast Asians. And if it's a white elephant, it becomes a matter of hope and good fortune.
April 01, 2010
Missile destroyer INS Chennai launched   
India has launched the indigenous warship with enhanced stealth features.

What is Census? How is it done?   Reuters tells you all that you need to know about the census.

India discussing nuke deal with New Mexico?   Reuters
Consul General in San Francisco Susmita Gongulee Thomas, during her visit to Santa Fe in New Mexico in February, reportedly discussed the possibility of exporting nuclear fuel to India with Governor Bill Richardson.An article in the Santa Fe Reporter quoted a local Indian community leader as saying that seeking enriched uranium and uranium ore for the country's nuclear plants was on Thomas's agenda.

Dancing alone at the Carnival   Illustration: Uttam Ghosh
'Where does the energy and the compulsive gaiety come from, I begin to wonder despite the mind numbing sounds.'

Curfew relaxed in parts of Hyderabad    SnapsIndia
The curfew in Hyderabad was relaxed for the first time on Thursday morning, in parts of the old city which witnessed communal clashes that left two persons dead since Saturday. The restrictions were eased to allow people to buy essential commodities under the limits of Charminar, Hussainialam, Kamatipura, Kalapathar, Bahadurpura, Madannapet, Santoshnagar, Kanchanbagh and Bhavaninagar police stations.
«  March 2010    May 2010  »
Get news updates: What's this?
(c) 2006 India Limited. All Rights Reserved. Disclaimer | Feedback