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The mother of former MDLR airhostess Geetika Sharma committed suicide in North West Delhi\'s Bharat Nagar on Friday. She hung herself in the family apartment. The family was allegedly under pressure to
Suryanelli rape: Abscondingaccused arrested  (15 February 03:43 pm) 
Dharmarajan, the absconding accused in the Suryanelli gangrape case over which Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman PJ Kurien is facing heat, was on Friday arrested by Kerala Police from Sagar in
Dharmarajan, the absconding convict in the Suryanelli gangrape case over which Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman PJ Kurien is facing heat, was on Friday arrested by Kerala Police from Sagar in Karnataka.
Curfew re-imposed in Kashmir Valley  (15 February 11:00 am) 
Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah today defended curfew in the Valley saying restrictions would not have been needed if no one tried to create trouble after the hanging of Parliament
Anand Jon pleads guilty in molestation case  (15 February 09:05 am) 
Indian-American fashion designer Anand Jon, facing a 59 years prison sentence in California for sexually abusing aspiring models, has pleaded guilty in a federal court in New York to molesting a woman
The DNA samples of the 13 bone extracts recovered from a site at Nerul have matched with those of the son and husband of Sandhya Singh, 50, thus confirming that the remains are hers, said the police.
AA, US Airways announce $11-bn merger  (15 February 12:42 am) 
American Airlines and US Airways agreed Thursday to merge in an $11 billion deal that would create the world’s biggest airline.
Former Indian Air Force chief SP Tyagi was wrong when he said the controversial decisions in Choppergate were taken during the NDA regime and before his tenure, suggest new revelations. Rahul Singh
Copter deal during Tyagi, UPA tenure  (15 February 12:39 am) 
The defence ministry press statement says, changes in the Rs. 3,760-crore tender were made when ex-IAF chief SP Tyagi was in the hot seat in 2005-06. Pranab Mukherjee was then the defence
When arms dealers Carlo Gerosa and Ralph Haschkhe spoke to each other on November 19, 2012, they knew that Italian investigators were pursuing them. Charu Sudan Kasturi reports. The Italian job | They
When arms dealers Carlo Gerosa and Ralph Haschkhe spoke to each other on November 19, 2012, they knew that Italian investigators were pursuing them. Charu Sudan Kasturi reports. The Italian job | They
New Delhi: One more dies of swine flu  (14 February 09:54 pm) 
One more person died of the H1N1 swine flu virus in the Capital, taking the total number of deaths due to the viral infection in Delhi to five.
Consent of the victim will no more be alibi to escape punishment for trafficking as the government in the recent promulgated ordinance on criminal law says that any trafficking willingly or forced is
Soon, you won\'t have to go through the trouble of searching for a vacant auto on the streets and then haggling with the driver to down the meter in order to commute. HT reports.
Though the internet services continue to remain barred in Kashmir valley for the sixth day in a row, the authorities relaxed curfew in several districts after improvement in situation following the
In the letter to his family written just  before the end came, Afzal Guru “hoped that peace will prevail after he has gone”. A source close to the family revealed this, although HT could not
Notwithstanding jail manuals prescribing remission of sentence, a convicted criminal sentenced to life imprisonment will have to spend his entire life in jail.
Vajpayee PMO tweaked deal: former air chief  (13 February 09:37 pm) 
Former air chief SP Tyagi claimed on Wednesday that tender parameters were changed by the NDA regime at the behest of Vajpayee’s PMO in 2003 —  before he took over as the air chief — to
Former air chief SP Tyagi claimed yesterday tender parameters were changed by the NDA regime at the behest of Vajpayee’s PMO in 2003 — before he took over as the air chief — to favour
We'll live and let Valentines live: VHP  (13 February 05:10 pm) 
Right-wing groups who have been known to play spoilsport each Valentine\'s Day have said that this year they will let Feb 14 pass and only launch a  helpline for women in distress from Wednesday.
Anti-riots police have surrounded the Indian High Commission in Male after former president Mohamed Nasheed went there, soon after an arrest warrant was issued against him by a Maldivian
A woman was injured when her mother-in-law allegedly pushed her off the roof of the house in Shivpuri, more than 300 kilometers north of Bhopal on Tuesday.
Curfew relaxed in parts of Srinagar  (13 February 10:39 am) 
Newspapers hit stands today while curfew was lifted from three police station areas in Srinagar and relaxed \"indefinitely\" in five other police station areas while rest of Valley remained
Under fire over allegations of kickbacks in the Rs. 3600 crore VVIP chopper deal, government today asserted that nobody found guilty will be spared and if wrongdoings were found by the CBI, the
Former air chief marshal SP Tyagi, whose name has surfaced in the VVIP helicopter scam, today admitted having met one of the alleged middlemen but claimed innocence. Will India ever know the truth